This is a review of the 1997 Pioneer Video DVD release, which is now out of print but available used, for purposes of comparison with the FUNimation new release. Ah, Dragonball Z movies. Many people are amazed when a franchise goes beyond four films, but the DBZ franchise produced over a dozen before the series […]
Goku’s son, Gohan, has been kidnapped for his Dragonball. Emperor Pilaf… er… Garlic Jr. is amassing Dragonballs so he can wish for eternal life. With this, he can take down Kami, become the new ruler of Earth, and unleash a new wave of demonic forces across the planet. Goku’s not going to let this pass, […]
Nickelodeon is licensing such characters as SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer to distributors of fresh produce, the company said today. The deal, which will put the characters on bags of carrots, spinach, and low-fat milk, is part of a broader push by Nickelodeon to encourage healthier diet and exercise for kids. Later this month, […]
Rapper David Banner will star in an animated cartoon for Adult Swim, MTV reports. Banner describes the series as being “about an older white family in Mississippi whose mind frame is still caught in the 1800s. Then along comes me, and then, wow!”
ADV Films will release Final Fantasy: Unlimited Complete Collection and DNAngel: The Light Breaks to DVD on August 23, the company said today. Final Fantasy: Unlimited Complete Collection will collect the entire 25-episode series in a single Thin-packed box set for $49.98. DNAngel: The Light Break will feature episodes 24 through 26 of the series […]
Teen Titans talent will be on hand for an exclusive autograph-signing event at the Bandai booth (3713) on Saturday, July 26, from 4:45pm to 6:45pm at Comic-Con, according to AWN. Voice actors Ron Perlman, Khary Payton, Greg Cipes, Hynden Walch, and Tara Strong will appear, along with producers David Slack and Glen Murakami. Fans will […]
Cartoon Network has donated a state-of-the-art animation studio to the UK’s Youth Culture Television (YCTV) educational charity, c21 Media reports. Cartoon Network will also use its contacts to get animation insiders to offer masterclasses to YCTV students.
The UK’s GMTV will bring Winx Club to British screens in early 2006, and Contender Entertainment Group will put the series on home video, World Screen reports. The series currently airs in Britain on Nickelodeon UK.