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"Wandaba Style" Stars To Chat Online

AnimationHQ will host an online chat with the stars of ADV’s Wandaba Style anime series on Friday, January 7, at 8:00pm ET/5:00pm PT. Monica Rial, Kira Vincent Davis, Nancy Novotny, Hilary Haag, and voice actor/series director John Swasey will appear during the moderated event. For instructions on how to reach the chatroom, visit AnimationHQ’s Current […]

FUNimation Giving Away "DBZ: Cell Games" DVD Set

FUNimation is holding a Dragon Ball Z Cell Games Giveaway at its website. One winner will receive a complete Dragon Ball Z Cell Games Starter Set including individual DVDs: Ultimatum, A Moment’s Peace, Guardian’s Return, The Games Begin, Surrender, Earth’s Last Hope, Awakening, Sacrifice, and Nightmare’s End. [Source: FUNimation]

Cartoon Network Ratings Report for 12/27 to 1/2

Following its record-setting prime time and kids’ total day performance in 2004, Cartoon Network launched into 2005 with a 41% prime time ratings increase and a 42% delivery jump among kids 6-11, according to Nielsen Media Research. Kids 2-11 and tweens 9-14 delivery and ratings also saw improvement in prime time, thanks primarily to the […]

Being Megatron: Toon Zone Talks to David Kaye

David Kaye has played countless memorable roles: various incarnations of Megatron from several Transformers series, Sesshoumaru from Inuyasha, Professor Xavier from X-Men Evolution, Soun Tendo from Ranma ½, General Hawk from G.I. Joe, and various others. He recently spoke to Toon Zone about his work. Toon Zone: What was it that first attracted you to […]

Avi Melman and Michael Reaves Talk "Guardians of Luna"

A new show is on the way from Avi Melman (Cybergraphix Animation) and Michael Reaves (Batman: The Animated Series, Gargoyles). It’s called Guardians of Luna, and Toon Zone sat down with Melman and Reaves for an exclusive first peek at this show, which, Reaves says, is “pushing the envelope the same way that Gargoyles and […]

"Bubblegum Crisis 2040 Volume 1": Punk-Rock Pops The Bubblegum Bubble

After a severe earthquake destroys most of Tokyo the city has to be rebuilt by mechanized machines and androids. These “boomers,” produced by a corporation called Genom, are programmed to obey humans but a little malfunction turns them deadly. The A.D. Police are no match for them, so the world must look for another bunch […]

"Gundam F91" Misfires Too Often

It’s a bad time to be a Universal Century fan. Your original series bombed on television, your movie had several questionable dub errors, and your most-requested title had more delays than the average Nintendo 64 video game. But you’ve got to admire that fire that resides in the original Gundam universe and how it refuses […]

"Neon Genesis Evangelion Platinum: 03" Can Platinum Tarnish?

Welcome to the world of Neon Genesis Evangelion. Whereas in the real world, Y2K brought us nothing but needless worrying, in the Evangelionverse, a mysterious destructive force blew up Tokyo. Skip ahead a decade or so, and three teenagers (one with a serious attitude problem) pilot giant constructs known as Evangelions to protect Tokyo-3 from […]

"Demon Lord Dante" Vol. 3, Wherein Dante Agonizes, "What the 'HELL' is going on?"

Ah, Ryo! Back for more Devil-trouncing fun eh? Yes, Ryo Utsugi is back for a third round of “old school” action with all the blatant nudity, violence, and sexual situations that you’d expect from Go Nagai! Much in the style (almost exactly, in fact) of Nagai’s Devilman, Ryo Utsugi has the ability to transform into […]

"Stellvia: Foundation 1": High-Grade Sci-Fi Anime For All Ages

Many anime deal with school life and mecha/space/spacemecha pilots, though not always in the same series. When they both show up, and they are explicitly connected, the result ranges from excellent and powerful (such as the often over-looked Twin Spica) to painfully horrific (Pilot Candidate, I’m looking in your direction). Geneon’s new title in this […]

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