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"Transformers Animated" Season One is "Teen Titans" for the Giant Robot Set

Teen Titans changed all the rules. Before Teen Titans debuted in 2003, American superhero cartoons were either played completely straight or completely silly. Teen Titans rejected this dichotomy, keeping one foot firmly in each camp. As a result, the show could encompass villains as diverse as the ludicrous Mad Mod and the sinister Slade, and […]

Alan Burnett and Greg Rucka on "Gotham Knight" with Comic Book Resources

Alan Burnett and Greg Rucka have spoken to Comic Book Resources about Batman Gotham Knight, the direct-to-video animated movie which both of them contributed to. Both discuss how they approached their individual segments and also comment on the final product, since neither one was able to see the entire movie until recently

Toon Zone Interviews Voice Actor Hynden Walch: Alien Girls and Killer Clowns

It was a very pleasant discovery to find that voice actor Hynden Walch is as delightfully energetic, outgoing, and endearing as many of the charcters she provides voices for. She may be best known as Starfire on Teen Titans, but in her 10 years in the voice acting business, she has provided voices for projects […]

"G.I. Joe DVD Battle Packs:" Return of the Real American Heroes

There aren’t going to be many American kids who grew up in the 1980’s who don’t remember G.I. Joe. My personal recollections of them (when I was but a young, impressionable lad of 14) mostly center on making fun of it with classmates for the characters’ astonishingly poor marksmanship and the bogus “Knowing is Half […]

Disney's "Bolt" Moves to November 21, 2008, after "Potter" Move

Warner Brothers has moved the release date of the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince film from November 21, 2008, to July 17, 2009, claiming that the Writers Guild of America strike earlier this year has impacted production and that the film is better suited for a summertime release. In response, Disney has moved the […]

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" Is a CG-Film Only a CG-Audience Could Love

The other day the phone rang, but I let the answering machine get it. The “caller,” it turned out, was an automated system from one of the big box stores. Their machine and our machine spent a merry few minutes trying to talk to each other, what with the one badgering the other to press […]

Newsarama Begins "Clone Wars Weekly" with Dave Filoni

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has begun a new feature called “Clone Wars Weekly,” inaugurating it with a chat with director Dave Filoni. Filoni discusses his way up in the animation industry from Mission Hill to Avatar the Last Airbender to Star Wars. Filoni also discusses the link (or lack of one) between this Clone Wars movie/series […]

LA Times on Dave Filoni Directing "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"

The Los Angeles Times has profiled Dave Filoni and his stewardship of the Star Wars legacy as the director of the upcoming Star Wars: The Clone Wars CGI animated feature film and TV series (free registration required). Filoni discusses how his work on Nickelodeon’s Avatar the Last Airbender led to his current job and what […]

"Smurfs" Season 1, Vol. 2 on DVD on October 7, 2008

Warner Home Video has released details about the Smurfs Season 1, Volume 2 DVD boxed set which will be released on October 7, 2008. The two-disc set will contain 20 more episodes of the hit TV series, along with a featurette titled “I Smurf the Smurfs!” which will “explore the childhood memories of the people […]

DisneyAnimation.com Opens Doors with "Princess and the Frog," "Home Theater"

Walt Disney Animation Studios has unveiled DisneyAnimation.com, which will showcase their current and upcoming projects. The page for The Princess and the Frog links to several new pieces of production artwork, as well as a clip from the new short film “How to Hook Up Your Home Theater.”

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