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"Moral Orel" Volume 1 on DVD: Not Praiseworthy

Moral Orel is not a show I’d seen or heard much about before seeing its DVD announcement. I may have seen the name once or twice in passing on TV, but I never took much initiative in attempting to watch it. Still, that’s what DVDs are for—to catch up on what you missed on TV. […]

Scripting The Sensational: Stan Berkowitz Talks Spider-Man: The Animated Series

If you’re into your superhero cartoons, you’re probably all too aware of who Stan Berkowitz is. He was a writer for The New Batman/Superman Adventures, Batman Beyond and Justice League over the past decade, but he got his start on superhero animation with the 1990’s Spider-Man: The Animated Series. The Marvel Animation Age and Toon […]

Aliens of All Shapes Shift THE BATMAN's Universe For 2-Part Season Finale

The Caped Crusader pairs with the Martian Manhunter to combat alien destruction of Gotham City in the action-packed, two-part episode “The Joining,” beginning this Saturday, April 28th and concluding on Saturday, May 5th at 10:30 a.m. ET/PT on Kids’ WB!. In “The Joining,” Gotham faces its most devastating threat ever – an alien invasion. Simultaneously, […]

PR: Superheroes Fly Through the Skies as Corus Kids TV Ramps Up for Summer Vacation

SUPERHEROES FLY THROUGH THE SKIES AS CORUS KIDS TELEVISION RAMPS UP FOR SUMMER VACATION (April 23, 2007 – Toronto , Canada ) This June, YTV and Treehouse celebrate summer vacation with a jam-packed schedule of movies and specials. Highlights include: Superhero Saturday, MÄR and Last Day of School on YTV, and Treehouse special events Hello […]

PR: "The Batman" Season Finale Foreshadows Greater Adventures for 2007-2008

“THE BATMAN” SEASON FINALE FORESHADOWS GREATER ADVENTURES FOR 2007-2008 SEASON ON KIDS’ WB! ON THE CW Caped Crusader Pairs With Martian Manhunter to Combat Alien Destruction of Gotham in Two-Part Episode to Air on Consecutive Saturdays April 28 & May 5 BURBANK, CA (APRIL 20, 2007) – Three-time Emmy Award winner “The Batman” offers a […]

2007 Eisner Award Nominees Announced

The full list of the 2007 Eisner Award nominees has been released by the Eisner Awards Committee. Nominations with tie-ins to animation include: Best Short Story “Willie: Portrait of a Groundskeeper,” by Eric Powell, in Bart Simpsons’s Treehouse of Horror #12 (Bongo) Best Single Issue (or One-Shot) Batman/The Spirit #1: “Crime Convention,” by Jeph Loeb […]

"Sonic the Hedgehog": A Fan Looks Back

It’s a reviewer’s job to be objective, but you, the reader, are going to have a hard time perceiving my objectivity this time. As anybody with half a brain and the ability to Google can discover, I am, or at least was, a major Sonic SatAM fanboy. I haven’t been an active fan for quite […]

"Sonic The Hedgehog": A Classic, Or a Sign of Bad Games to Come?

Mobius is in a state of war. Julian Kintobor has usurped the throne of the Kingdom of Acorn and re-christened its capital “Robotropolis” and himself “Dr. Robotnik.” Using stolen technology, he is out to turn his enemies into mindless slaves and pollute the planet. One force stands in his way. The Freedom Fighters, with the […]

Alan Burnett on His "Superman/Batman" Story Arc

Writer Alan Burnett has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his upcoming six-issue story arc on DC Comics’ Superman/Batman, starting with issue #37. In addition to details about his story (including the tantalizing hint of “Zebra Batman”), Burnett briefly discusses his career in animation from SuperFriends to The Batman.

Marvel, Sony, Hasbro and Take-Two sued over "Ghost Rider" movie

The Reuters news agency has reported that Gary Freidrich, one of the creators of the character Ghost Rider, has filed suit against Marvel, Sony, Hasbro and Take-Two Interactive over the production of the recent Ghost Rider live-action movie and subsequent merchandising. Friedrich is claiming that the movie was unauthorized by him and that he has […]

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