Here is the Toonami lineup, starting half an hour earlier this week, for January 8, 2005. All times are Eastern. Note that schedules are subject to change without notice. Saturday, January 8 6:30pm Hot Wheels “Acceleracers: Ignition” 8:00pm Teen Titans “Bunny Raven…or….How to Make a Titananimal Disappear” 8:30pm Justice League Unlimited “Dark Heart” 9:00pm Megas […]
Here is the lineup of Marvel animated series for January 8 – 14, 2005. All times are Eastern. Note that schedules are subject to change without notice. Saturday, January 8 Toon Disney 10:00pm Spider-Man (1994) “Enter the Punisher” 10:30pm Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends “The Prison Plot” 11:00pm X-Men “The Phalanx Covenant, Part 1″ 11:30pm […]
Here is the lineup of DC animated series for January 8 – 14, 2005. All times are Eastern. Note that schedules are subject to change without notice. Saturday, January 8 Kids WB 09:00am Teen Titans “Only Human” 10:30am The Batman “The Big Dummy” Cartoon Network 12:00pm Teen Titans “Divide and Conquer” 12:30pm Teen Titans “Sisters” […]
PopCultureShock.com has posted a four-page preview of X-Men: Phoenix – Endsong #2, written by Greg Pak with art by Greg Land. Issue #1 of this 5-issue mini-series was released last Wednesday, Jan 5, and issue #2 is scheduled for release on Wednesday, January 26, 2005. Discuss this news on the Comic Book Culture Forum.
Writer Jeph Loeb has spoken to ComicBookResources.com about his plans for Kara Zor-el, the new Supergirl, in the Superman/Batman monthly comic and in her upcoming monthly comic series. Two pages of preview artwork by Michael Turner are linked in the article. Discuss this news on the Comic Book Culture Forum.
Cartoon Network will premiere Pet Alien, a new CGI comedy about aliens experiencing life on Earth, on Sunday, January 23, at 10:00am (ET/PT), the network said today. The series, which is based on a property created by Jeff Muncy of John Doze Studios, features Tommy, a video-game playing, taffy-eating 12-year-old, who gets help with his […]
Sprint will launch new independent mobile-TV content providers, the company said today. CellToons will feature one- to three-minute animated shorts from Vancouver Film School, Blur Studios and animators Bruno Bozzetto and Mike Wellins. Fun Little Movies will feature made-for-mobile comedy films and animation. [Source: ArriveNet]
The American Family Association is denouncing plans to distribute a new video to public schools, WorldNetDaily reports. The group charges that We Are Family (previous story), a video featuring cartoon characters promoting tolerance, is surreptitiously advancing a pro-homosexual agenda by linking to a document pledging tolerance for sexual orientation.