Marvel Entertainment earned $11.7 million in the fourth quarter of 2006 on revenues of $85.2 million, the company said today. Both figures were down significantly from the fourth quarter of 2006, thanks to lower licensing fees. For the full year, Marvel earned $58.7 million on sales of $351.8 million, compared to profits of $117.1 million […]
The New York Comic Con was host to “The Black Panel” on Saturday afternoon, where a variety of black voices in comics and animation discussed their upcoming work. At the panel were BET’s Vice President of Animation Denys Cowan, musician Prodigal Sunn, AllHipHop.com CEO/Founder Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur, Jackie Ormes Society’s Cheryl Lynn, Blockhedz creators Mark […]
Wizard magazine has spoken to writer Paul Dini about DC’s new weekly comic book series Countdown, which will begin on May 9 and which Dini describes as “the ultimate tentpole movie.” Dini discusses his partners in the exercise, the driving plot behind the book, his selection of cast members, and what exactly the series is […]
Longtime readers of the Toon Zone Forums will remember the John Delaney sketch poll with fondness. Familiar to many readers as the artist for Justice League Adventures and other animated tie-in comics from DC, Delaney is now leading the team bringing Chaotic to the 4Kids! Network. Chaotic centers on two teenaged boys who discover a […]
Comicon.com’s PULSE News has spoken to artist Steve Uy about his covers and interior artwork on the upcoming Legion of Superheroes in the 31st Century tie-in comic, coming from DC in April. Uy discusses how he got the job, what his artistic influences are, and why he opted to do interiors for one issue.
Chances are if you’re looking at this interview, you’re more than aware of who Frank Paur is. He has served in a variety of roles in his illustrious career in animation and working on the likes of Batman: The Animated Series, Spawn and Men In Black: The Animated Series. The Marvel Animation Age teamed up […]
One of the Disney Channel’s most popular original series is Kim Possible, about a cheerleader who saves the world in her spare time. The show was created by Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley, who worked as entertainment managers at Sesame Place and in the mailroom at DIC Entertainment before embarking on a 16-year career at […]
The Batman will compete with Tutenstein, Growing Up Creepie, and Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Might Monster Trucks for Outstanding Special Class Animated Program at the Children’s Emmy Awards in June, it was announced yesterday. Nominees for Outstanding Children’s Animated Program include Arthur, Curious George, Peep and the Big Wide World, Time Warp Trio, and […]