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"JL: New Frontier": Jeremy Sisto Describes Playing Batman

A year ago, Jeremy Sisto was starring as a private investigator with deep psychological scars in “Kidnapped.” This season, Sisto joined the “Law & Order” legacy of actors as a detective with a haunted past. It’s seem only natural that his next starring role would be as Batman. Warner Bros. has released another interview with […]

"Chowder" Creator C.H. Greenblatt Interviewed by Cartoonist Joe Meyer

C.H. Greenblatt, creator of Cartoon Networks’ new series Chowder, has been interviewed by cartoonist Joe Meyer at the kittysneezes.com website. The article covers subjects as diverse as the origins of the show, the plans in place if the lead child voice actors’ voices change during production, the use of stop-motion animation and puppetry in the […]

"Spectacular Spider-Man" to Debut on March 8, 2008, with Back-to-Back Episodes

Sony Pictures Television has announced that The Spectacular Spider-Man animated series will be debuting on March 8, 2008, on the Kids WB! programming block on the CW network. The premiere will consist of two back-to-back episodes starting at 10:00 AM (Eastern/Pacific). The newest animated incarnation of Marvel Comics’ famous wall-crawling superhero has Greg Weisman (Gargoyles) […]

PR: 35th Annual Annie Awards Winners And Nominees

PRODUCTION CATEGORIES Best Animated Feature Winner: Ratatouille – Pixar Animation Studios Bee Movie – DreamWorks Animation Persepolis – Sony Pictures Classics Surf’s Up – Sony Pictures Animation The Simpsons Movie – Twentieth Century Fox Best Home Entertainment Production Winner: Futurama “Bender’s Big Score” – The Curiosity Company in association with 20th Century Fox Television Doctor […]

"Shrek" Leads Toon Nominees at Kids Choice Awards

Ratatouille, Bee Movie, Shrek the Third, and The Simpsons Movie will battle it out for Favorite Animated Movie at Nickelodeon’s 21st Annual Kids’ Choice Awards, the network announced on Thursday. Alvin and the Chipmunks and Transformers are competing with each other and with Are We Done Yet? and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End […]

Nickelodeon's "Ni Hao, Kai-lan" is "Hen Bucùo"! (Not Bad!)

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One of the biggest beneficiaries of globalization has been China. Its growing financial, political, and military power are triggering reactions ranging from anxiety and open hostility to good old fashioned economic opportunism. However, assuming current trends continue, it is more than likely that this generation of American children will enter a world where understanding Chinese […]

"Oswald": Now We're All "Lucky"

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, surely, must have been one of the more challenging projects to cross the desks of Disney’s renowned marketing department. True, the company has in its “Walt Disney Treasures” format a product line designed to carry this kind of specialty content. But in Oswald we’re not talking about a famous, world-beloved character […]

Toon Zone Interviews Evan Baily on Digging Into "Turok Son of Stone"

In 1954, Dell Comics introduced Turok, Son of Stone. Who created him exactly is in dispute, with different sources giving Matthew H. Manning or Gaylord Du Bois the honor. What isn’t in dispute is the popularity of the pre-Colombian Indian and his companion, the young Andar, in their battles with dinosaurs and monstrous beasts in […]

"Phineas and Ferb": Spawn of Frankenstein

I am the seventh son of a seventh son of a seventh son. The blood of a dozen gypsy fortunetellers flows through my veins. Criswell was my uncle’s cousin’s third husband. I have second sight so bad I need a special prescription, and the DMV won’t let me drive 48 hours before an election, a […]

Newsarama Interviews "Phineas & Ferb" Co-Creators and "Mr. Men Show"'s Kurt Mueller

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts column has posted a double-set of interviews: one with Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, co-creators of Disney’s Phineas & Ferb; and the other with Kurt Mueller, one of three creators of Cartoon Network’s The Mr. Men Show. Povenmire and Marsh talk about how the pair have come through the industry together, […]

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