Buena Vista Games, Inc. has acquired the video game publishing rights to the comic book property Turok. The original Turok property, created by Matthew H. Murphy, first appeared in comic books in 1954. The story was set around Turok and his young friend, Andar, who during a hunting expedition gone wrong, stumbled across a prehistoric […]
4Kids Entertainment, Inc. and Upper Deck Entertainment have created a new trading card game based on 4Kids’ animated series Winx Club. The Winx Club Magical Fairy Game, designed just for girls, will be available on May 15, 2005, at Toys “R” Us stores nationwide. The game will also be launched simultaneously throughout participating retail stores […]
Fred Grandinetti, a contributor to the International Popeye Fan Club and author of Popeye: An Illustrated Cultural History, has done an exclusive interview with DVDToons.com. The interview features some info on his book, Grandinetti’s take on the recent Popeye CGI special, and the possibilities of getting classic Popeye released on DVD. The full interview is […]
4Kids Entertainment, Inc. has acquired the worldwide licensing rights to Chaotic — a trading card game owned by Apex Marketing and Dracco Company Ltd. 4Kids will manage the licensing, marketing, and promotional initiatives for Chaotic and will join forces with Apex Marketing to develop and produce an animated series based on the property. 4Kids will […]
Cartoon Network has established an office in Singapore, World Screen reports, which the network hopes will help to increase its advertising sales, sponsorships, and promotions across Southeast Asia. Karen Tan, account manager of advertising sales for Cartoon Network, will be based in the new office.
The ten independent members of The Walt Disney Company board issued a strong rebuke on Thursday to Roy Disney and Stanley Gold, calling their charges “baseless and inaccurate.” Earlier this week, Disney and Gold filed a lawsuit against several of The Walt Disney Company board members, alleging that the process used to name a successor […]
Jake Tarbox, group editor of CMX, DC Comics’ manga line, has resigned from the company following a censorship controversy. Tarbox and CMX came under fire in March for heavily editing Tenjho Tenge, a new manga series, to remove explicit content. Fans mounted a boycott and called for the series to be released in its original […]