Update (5/24): Samurai Jack: Season Two is now available, . WHV and mPRm have released the official press release for the upcoming second season of Samurai Jack on DVD. For full specs and package art, see the newspost. ______________ The stylized action series from the acclaimed creator Genndy Tartakovsky (Star Wars: Clone Wars, Dexter’s Laboratory) […]
WHV has sent Toon Zone the full press release for the upcoming ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Volume 3 and ‘Superfriends’ Volume 2 DVD collector sets, set to release on May 24th. Just a note to those reading the press release: WHV still lists “Batman: The Animated Series Vol. 4 (Multi-Title)” under it’s related titles for […]
Mark Young has been named to the newly created post of senior VP of animation production at PorchLight Entertainment, c21 Media reports. Young will supervise production of thirteen new episodes of Tutenstein for Discovery Kids. Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified Mark Young as “Mike Young.” We regret the error.
Voice actor and television personality Howard Morris has died, Cartoon Brew reports. He was 85. Morris was a regular performer for Hanna-Barbera, creating the roles of Atom Ant and Mr. Peebles, among others. He did the voice of Gopher for Disney’s Winnie the Pooh shorts and lent his voice to such contemporary cartoons as Cow […]
Cookie Jar Entertainment will partner with Japan’s Bee Train and Yomiko Advertising on the animated series Spider Riders, c21 Media reports. The series, to be based on the kid book series of the same name, will be about a boy who tunnels underground and finds warriors who ride giant spiders and defend their world from […]
Nerdcore rap artist MC Chris, best known among animation fans as the voice of Hesh on Sealab 2021 and the voice of MC Pee Pants on “Aqua Teen Hunger Force”, is currently concentrating on his musical career. Toon Zone had a chance to catch up with him after his performance at Mojo’s in Columbia, Missouri […]
As a kid, I grew up with the likes of Batman: The Animated Series, The New Batman/Superman Adventures and Batman Beyond. Whenever I would flip over to Cartoon Network and see Superfriends, I would quickly turn the channel. Even at a young age, I couldn’t stand its hokey dialogue and animation. Something must have happened […]
Over the course of its Japanese run, Dragonball Z had thirteen theatrical releases. Continuity was always a problem with these: the series, running simultaneously with the movies, tried to stay relatively close to the manga, so it was hard to fit the new stories in. Instead, for the movies the producers usually just created new […]