Central Park Media will be photographing fans in their cosplay costumes at Otakon 2005, the company said today. The best pictures will be included in a special photo gallery on the DVD release of Eric Bresler’s anime fandom documentary Otaku Unite! Fans should come to the CPM booth (#1327) dressed as their favorite anime character […]
Disney Channel will present seven new episodes of its animated comedy Lilo & Stitch: The Series all week long, Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26 (1:00pm, ET/PT), as well as a primetime premiere of a “cross-over episode” featuring characters from the animated series Kim Possible. During the primetime cross-over episode, entitled “Rufus,” characters from […]
Naruto — the global anime series centering around Uzumaki Naruto, a rebellious ninja in training — makes its U.S. debut on Saturday, September 10, 2005, at 9:00pm (ET/PT) during Toonami on Cartoon Network. Its debut on Cartoon Network will mark the first time the series has been shown in English. The story of Naruto begins […]
Writer J. Torres (Teen Titans Go!, Love as a Foreign Language) has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about Alison Dare, his all-ages series described by its writer as, “Indiana Jones as a little girl stuck in a boarding school.” Several Sunday comic-strip style pages are included in the article.
The Great Curve weblog has interviewed Ted Mathot of E-Ville Press, a company composed of several Pixar employees self-publishing their own comic books. The interview covers the basics of the company and Rose and Isabel, their first comic book which centers on two sisters living during the Civil War. (via Heidi MacDonald’s The Beat weblog)
Dr. Buckaroo Banzai, esteemed neurosurgeon, astrophysicist, and rock musician, will be returning to comic book stands in December with a special 50-cent promotional issue. The comic book will be written by Earl Mac Rauch and W.D. Richter, official chroniclers of Dr. Banzai’s exploits since the 1984 docu-drama film, with artwork by Stephen Thompson and Keith […]
OK, you’ve got a mega-hit franchise that has revitalized interest in your company, you’re making tons of money off the various soundtracks, and you’re about to unleash this monstrosity overseas, with the sequel series already in production. What do you do to tide over your audience until said series debuts? Well, you take a chunk […]
Manga based on Gundam series are nothing new, even if we’ve only got a fraction of them here in the United States. While there have been manga stories that are supposedly set during the various series (such as The Last Outpost), very few of them effectively cross over into their respective anime series. Since Gundam […]