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Nicktoons Renews "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" for Season 2 to Debut in 2011

The Nicktoons Network has announced that Iron Man: Armored Adventures has been renewed for a second season of 26 episodes, scheduled to debut in 2011. The show focuses on a teenaged Tony Stark and his adventures as the armored superhero Iron Man, and season 2 promises more iconic Marvel characters including Nick Fury, Whiplash, Dr. […]

"Avatar the Last Airbender" Bk 1 Collector's Edition DVD Coming Jun 22, '10 (UPDATED)

TVShowsOnDVD.com has revealed that Nickelodeon and Paramount Home Entertainment are preparing a 7-disc Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Complete Book 1: Collector’s Edition DVD set, slated for release on June 10, 2010, to capitalize on the live-action movie The Last Airbender directed by M. Night Shymalan. No information on bonus features or pricing is […]

Toonzone Presents a "Look on the Sunnyside" of "Toy Story 3" Video

Walt Disney Features and Pixar have released a new behind-the-scenes look at Toy Story 3, the latest movie in Pixar’s movie franchise that follows the secret life of toys which come to life when nobody’s looking. The following video takes a look at the Sunnyside Day Care Center, where Andy’s toys end up due to […]

"Blade of the Phantom Master" Is Style Without Sense

The title character of Blade of the Phantom Master doesn’t actually carry or use any blades, opting instead for guns, dynamite, and magical soldiers from beyond the grave. The title seems to identify a supporting character who gets about a dozen lines and is little more than a plot device, deus ex machina, or fan […]

Cool Stuff: Gaiking CG Teaser Trailer

This is an early pilot for a movie adaptation of Toei Animation’s Gaiking cartoon. It was produced by Jules Urbach, a developer of Light Stage. Light Stage uses advanced “scanning technology”; it is a powerful production tool that has notably been used for the Oscar-winning special effects in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and […]

"Iron Man": If You Love the Movies, You'll Moderately Enjoy the Cartoon Series

Although Iron Man’s popularity has gotten a boost from the recent movies starring Robert Downey Jr., he has always been one of the big guns in the Marvel Comics stable. Rather than drape himself in brightly colored spandex, Iron Man dons high tech armor equipped with an array of different powers, making him one of […]

Top 5 Martial Arts Fights of Animation

Hit with emotional content! Below, we’ve selected our picks for the Top 5 Animated Martial Arts Fights. Our main standard for judgment was that these fights had to work as both “Animation” and “Martial Arts.” It wasn’t enough for a bout to be well-choreographed and well-animated if it could have been done as well or […]

"X-Men Volume 5" Is It Bad the Best Episode Doesn't Even Star the X-Men?

The final battles of the X-Men are at hand. Mojo returns, the Phalanx Covent arrives, and the graduation day at Xavier’s School rolls around. In the real world, though, the final battles of X-Men are definitely not at hand. Volume 5 of the series’s DVD release mashes together random episodes and arcs, but no real […]

"Hong Kong Phooey": Kanine Kung-Fu

Rummaging through the 1970s for good Saturday morning cartoons is like rummaging through a plague-rat-infested garbage heap for old Twinkies: Even if you don’t get bitten and infected by something disgusting; even if you don’t come out needing a tetanus shot; and even if you actually find what you’re looking for, well … The thing […]

Cool Stuff: Red Dragon

Today’s Cool Stuff was created by Mike Kelly and features what I like to call 100% unadulterated awesomeness. It’s a flipbook animation of a fight sequence featuring Bruce Lee titled, Red Dragon. The animation, which was was not rotoscoped, is nice and fluid. His Bruce Lee moves like Bruce Lee. The key poses are dynamic. The choices of shots clearly […]

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