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Toonzone Presents New "Toy Story 3" Video: "The Great Escape"

Disney/Pixar has released another promotional video for Toy Story 3, focusing on the turn of events that drives the plot of the movie: the accident that sends Andy’s gang of toys to the Sunnyside Day Care Center: Toy Story 3 will be released on June 18, 2010. Check out some of Toonzone News’ other Toy […]

Cool Stuff: Work

Work follows young Aaron as he decides to get a job at a corporation so that he might be able to afford moon shoes. The short was created by Michael Rianda as his third year film at CalArts.  I watched this short and said, “Yes. That’s exactly how I feel inside my head.” I loved the […]

Cool Stuff: Dragon Ball Z In Nine Minutes

This collaborative AMV is an oldie by now, but the “Doomrider” project is still very good more than five years later. Full details about the video and the people who made it can be found here. Squeezing the events of 291 episodes into nine minutes is a formidable task; but the excellent editing hits the […]

"Saturday Morning Cartoons: The 1980's Vol. 1" - The Cartoon Equivalent of Mullets

A very wise man once said on the Internet: Nostalgia asks us to model the present on the golden past. It beckons us to look to yesterday, but to look through a veil of delusion that clouds our vision and robs us of our critical faculties. Nostalgia doesn’t want us to remember this simple fact: […]

Toonzone Presents New "Toy Story 3" Video: "Groovin' with Ken!"

Disney/Pixar has released a new promotional video for Toy Story 3, slated to hit theaters on June 18, 2010. “Groovin’ with Ken!” gives an intimate behind-the-scenes look at what life is like for the popular girls’ boys’ toy. BOYS’ toy. I don’t know why people keep saying that about Ken. Toy Story 3 will be […]

Warner Bros. Animation Announces New "ThunderCats" Series for CN in 2011

Warner Bros. Animation has announced that it has begun production on ThunderCats, a new animated series based on the original 1980′s cartoon about a tribe of fierce feline warriors battling against evil forces over the fabled Stones of Power. The series will be a creative collaboration between Warner Bros. Animation and Japan’s Studio4°C, which has […]

The New Thundercats and the Retro Revival

Today’s unexpected news about the development of Warner Bros’ new ThunderCats cartoon for a 2011 premiere is welcome and interesting for a few reasons worth noting. First of all, I think it’s fair to say that assorted animation news in the past nine months has introduced a fad of retro revival. What young adults grew […]

Cool Stuff: Leiji Matsumoto's Bohemian Rhapsody AMV

This fantastic and strange music video was produced by the famed anime & manga creator Leiji Matsumoto (Galaxy Express 999, Captain Harlock, Space Battlship Yamato) and released in Japan to commemorate the 18th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s death. The footage apparently uses some characters and concepts from Out of Galaxy Koshika, a digitally-distributed manga by […]

"Public Enemies": Suspense Goes South by Southwest

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies comes to the small screen with all of the snap and dazzle we’ve grown to expect from the Warner/DC direct-to-DVD product line, and in a few quiet moments it even dares to drop the usual biff-bam-pow stuff for some interesting character interplay. But professionalism can only take things so far, and as […]

"Max & Ruby: A Visit with Grandma" Comes to DVD on June 15, 2010

Nickelodeon Home Entertainment will release Max & Ruby: A Visit with Grandma on June 15, 2010. The DVD will contain four episodes of Nickelodeon’s animated comedy series about Max, a determined three-year old bunny, and his older sister, the seven-year old Ruby. Suggested retail price is $16.99. The full press release follows: MAX & RUBY!: […]

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