USA Today is reporting that Disney will replace Christopher Robin with an as-yet-unnamed 6-year-old girl character in an animated Winnie the Pooh series to be released in 2007. The computer-generated series My Friends Tigger and Pooh will be only one of several events arranged for the 80th anniversary of the Pooh character.
Writer Adam Beechen has been interviewed by Comic Book Resources about his imminent takeover of DC Comics’ Robin solo comic book title in the wake of DC’s Infinite Crisis crossover. Beechen talks about his approach to the title and the character, describing it as “teenage CSI,” and the frustrations of not being able to talk […]
For the past season, Zixx and her compatriots, reptillian Flanngo, questioning Riley, nerdy Dwayne, and underused Meghan, have been attempting to defend The Keep against the all-purpose villainous bad guys headed by Onccalon, who wants to use it to take over the world. When Dwayne turns out to be the living key to the Golden […]
Labyrinth of Flames is a severely underrated comedy anime. As a big fan of Excel Saga, I’m not surprised I enjoyed it. But over the last year of comedy anime, I’ve been disappointed more times than I care to admit. With the exceptions of Full Metal Panic: FUMOFFU, Kodocha, and Cromartie High School, pretty much […]
Update (12/6): Front Cover Art (Widescreen) updated; Back Cover Art added. Warner Bros. Home Video has officially announced Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride for a January 31st release. Both full and wide screen versions are planned in a single-disc release. Synopsis: Set in a 19th century European village, this stop-motion, animated feature follows the story of […]
Central Park Media has announced the DVD release of the anime masterpiece Armored Trooper VOTOMS as well as an exclusive pre-order campaign enabling fans to purchase the entire VOTOMS series and bonus materials at a special price. The story of VOTOMS spans four story arcs spread across four vastly different worlds, and throughout 2006, CPM […]
Film critic and historian Leonard Maltin has been interviewed by DVD Talk Radio about the latest releases in the Walt Disney Treasures Collection. Maltin also talks about the state of animation and the relationship between Hayao Miyazaki and Walt Disney. A 7MB MP3 file of the 10-minute interview is available for downloading.
Devil’s Due Publishing has announced G.I. Joe Special Missions: Manhattan, a one-shot comic coming in February 2006 and available for pre-order now. The 48-page one-shot comic will feature a story involving a race for a biological weapon, with character profiles and a backup story introducing America’s Elite Pets.
Del Rey Manga has announced the acquisition of the English-language rights to Gundam Seed Destiny, the latest manga series in the Gundam franchise. The story revolves around subterfuge that threatens to re-ignite the war between the Naturals and the Coordinators. The first volume will go on sale in July 2006.