Quantcast

Ben Avery on "Lullaby", "The Imaginaries" (UPDATED with Lullaby #2 Preview)

Writer Ben Avery has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his two mini-series from Image Comics: Lullaby: Wisdom Seeker, which puts the lead characters of several children’s stories on a quest to defeat an encroaching evil, and The Imaginaries, a series about the land where imaginary friends go to retire. The first issue of […]

Robotech to Appear in Animated PSA for United Nations

A press release states that Robotech will appear in a special Public Service Announcement (PSA) commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the United Nations. It will be the first animated PSA for the UN in many years and will air side-by-side with PSAs starring Sean Connery, Michael Douglas, Colin Farrell, and Lenny Kravitz.

Jeph Loeb To Script "The Spirit"

Coming Soon reports that Jeph Loeb, supervising producer on Smallville, will script a feature film version of the late Will Eisner’s creation, The Spirit.

"Transformers" Attracting Michael Bay

Armageddon-director Michael Bay is in talks to direct the live-action version of The Transformers for DreamWorks/Paramount, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A Nov. 17, 2006, release date has been set for the film.

Redford Snared by "Charlotte's Web"

Robert Redford will join the voice cast of Charlotte’s Web, the producers announced today. Redford will voice Ike, the arachnophobic horse who tends to panic and faint at the sight of Charlotte. [Source: PR Newswire]

Classic Media Joins Hunt for HIT

Lions Gate Entertainment and Classic Media have approached HIT Entertainment with unsolicited takeover offers, according to New Ratings. HIT says that the offers are preliminary and there is no assurance that either company will make an offer. HIT has already agreed to be purchased by Apax Partners and has given its shareholders three weeks to […]

"Dragon Ball Z" Super Strength + Insanity = Badass Villian

The Dragon Ball Z movies are fickle. Some of them rock (World’s Strongest, Super Android 13!, the first Broly film), and some of them completely and utterly suck (Tree of Might, Lord Slug, Movie #11). Then there are those films that could have been something great but just weren’t (the Cooler Movies). In Broly Second […]

"Dragon Ball GT": Cash In, Tune Out

Ah, Dragon Ball GT, the red-headed stepchild of the franchise. Shunned by almost all Dragon Ball fans for throwing out any nuance the previous series might have had, this series survives on the Dragon Ball name alone. When FUNimation brought over the series to America, they cut the first sixteen episodes so they could get […]

"Dragon Ball Z" A Truly Great Awakening

Dragonball Z is probably one of the most iconic anime series ever created. Full of action and adventure, the series became was huge in Japan even before it migrated over to the U.S. and became even bigger. In fact, it grew so big that series creator Akira Toriyama was literally forced to continue the series […]

"Dragon Ball Z: Sacrifice" Fun Despite Pacing Problems

The Cell Saga is often regarded as the best saga in Dragonball, and it’s easy to see why. It has powerful, yet interesting, villains, the heroes grow, develop, and contribute to the plot, and the spotlight’s finally on Gohan. What more could you want or ask for? This disc sees the glory days winding down, […]

Single Sign On provided by vBSSO