An article in The New York Times notes the changing demographics of late night TV, as young male viewers move from the broadcast networks to cable TV offerings. Cartoon Network’s Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Family Guy, and other Adult Swim shows are mentioned by name alongside Comedy Central’s Daily Show.
One thing I will say for The Batman Vol. 1 DVD: it’s much better than the [I]Justice League Unlimited: Saving The World DVD release. Even if it’s still a bit thin, it’s clear there was a generous amount of effort put in here, which elevates it a step above that bargain basement. Sadly, there aren’t […]
DC Comics has unveiled a new logo to replace its long-running bullet design, as seen here. The logo will premiere on The Return of Donna Troy, scheduled to ship May 25, and will premiere on the company’s full range of titles starting with issues shipping June 1. The new logo is designed to appear on […]
Major League Baseball Properties (MLBP) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) have joined with Cartoon Network for the second year of a program designed to promote youth interest in baseball and baseball card collecting. The partnership, designed to engage children in the game of baseball via nontraditional media partners that speak directly to […]
FUNimation Productions — the company that has brought Dragonball Z, Fullmetal Alchemist, and other anime properties to America — has launched their latest website, this time for Baki The Grappler. Located at www.bakithegrappler.com, the site features cast lists, voice actor interviews, the opening theme, trailers, and more.