According to Superhero Hype!, a video game that takes place between X2 and X3 is being produced. The game will star Wolverine, Iceman, and Nightcrawler. It is being written by X2 writer Zak Penn and legendary X-Men comic writer Chris Claremont. Additionally, the game will answer some questions, most notably about Nightcrawler’s absence from the […]
Superhero Hype! reports that Michael Bay will begin filming the upcoming Transformers live-action movie in Vancouver this coming spring. Construction on sets will begin in February 2006.
UK broadband TV network Homechoice has signed a one-year content deal with Entertainment Rights (ER), adding several new titles to its pre-school kids channel, Scamp, according to C21Media. Titles include Budgie the Little Helicopter, The Cubeez, and Tangerine Bear.
Nigel Birrell, HIT Entertainment’s director of corporate development, has resigned after more than six years at HIT, C21Media reports. Birrell will now take a position as director of mergers and acquisitions at online gaming company PartyGaming.
The Simpsons swept the animation writing category for nominations from the Writers Guild of America, East & West, which jointly announced nominations for outstanding achievement in television writing during the 2005 season. AWN reports.
Designer/illustrator Charles O. McElmurry, who began his career in the animation industry at Walt Disney in 1942, died on December 5, 2005. He was 84 years old. AWN has more on his life.
DVDActive has cover art for the upcoming release of Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. The film will be available on DVD on February 7, 2006, with an SRP of $29.99. (via Animated-News)
The following comics previews are available on-line: COMICS AVAILABLE NOW – Telltale Games, makers of the Bone video game, are hosting new Sam and Max comics by Steve Purcell on the web to promote their new video game. – BrokenFrontier.com has a five-page preview of Hawaiian Dick: The Last Resort #3 by B. Clay Moore […]
You know, we’ve had giant robots in virtually every profession ever created. Guardians against evil giant monsters, construction tools, tools of war…. Heck, we’ve even had them as tools in a popularity contest. But few series have had the giant robots in the hands of the normal, everyday police. Thanks to Project Headgear’s Patlabor, that […]
Golden Age of Cartoons – Cartoons for Victory! and Golden Age of Cartoons – Cultoons! are both coming to DVD from Ventura on February 14, 2006, AnimatedBliss reports. Both DVDs will retail for $14.95 SRP. (hat tip: AndrewR)