Comic book writer Dan Slott (Batman Adventures, She-Hulk) was interviewed by NJ.com as part of their coverage of the Mid-Jersey Comicon, held this past weekend in Bordentown, NJ. She-Hulk #1, the relaunch of Slott’s critically acclaimed series for Marvel Comics, is available for pre-order this month for an October street date.
Kids WB has changed their schedule for this coming weekend, adding an all-new episode of The Batman. The episode “The Butler Did It” will now be the 8:30am episode of The Batman following an 8:00am (ET) rerun of “Pets” on Saturday. As originally reported on The DC Animation Forum, the season premiere of The Batman […]
James Tucker has been working on Warner Bros. animated series in one way or another since the days of Tiny Toons and Animaniacs, but he is best known for his contributions to Bruce Timm’s DC animated universe. Currently, is a co-producer of Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Toon Zone had a chance to speak […]
After 58 days on the big screen, the film Batman Begins has crossed the $200 million mark in domestic grosses, becoming only the third film to do so this year. The comic-book inspired film has grossed $200,099,489 to date in the domestic market and is expected to gross around $205 million – $210 million overall […]
Nancy Spears, director of marketing for Warner Home Video, recently answered fan questions on the message board for Warner’s Classic Cartoons DVD website. The questions were mostly concerning future Animated DC Box sets. Spears states that not only are more Batman: The Animated Series/The New Batman Adventures and Superman: The Animated Series box sets coming, […]
Comic Book Resources has posted an in-depth look into the upcoming The Ultimate Avengers straight-to-DVD production. The first of a proposed series of direct-to-DVD animated releases featuring Marvel properties, The Ultimate Avengers — slated for release in February 2006 — is based on the first six issues of The Ultimates by Mark Millar and Bryan […]
Boomerang will spotlight Batman: The Animated Series and Superman in two five-hour marathons airing August 20 and 21. Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1994) will run on Saturday night, August 20, from 8:00pm – 1:00am (ET). Superman (1996-1997) will run on Sunday night, August 21, from 8:00pm – 1:00am (ET). [Source: Cartoon Network]
IGN DVD has released updated specs for the Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 DVD set, including a movie by movie breakdown of the extras. The set will be offered for the MSRP of $79.92, but each title will also be available individually for the price of $26.99. Click the link for more information.
A report on Newsrama.com states that IDW will be reprinting the Marvel and Dreamwave Transformers comic books in trade paperback form in 2006 in conjunction with the launch of their Transformers monthly comic book series. The trade paperbacks will not be connected to the new monthly comic, but will bring all older Transformers comic book […]
Often, the music in a television program will go unnoticed by the casual viewer or even the most rabid of fans. Fortunately, that’s not the case with the DC Animated shows dating back to Batman: The Animated Series in 1992. Every single subsequent series, from Superman to Justice League Unlimited and Teen Titans, has had […]