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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, […]

Nick Theme Park Coming to Mall of America

Nickelodeon and Mall of America will open Nickelodeon Universe, a new theme park, on Saturday, March 15, the network said today. The attraction, which is the first-ever Nickelodeon theme park in the world, will feature such Nick-themed rides as the SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge; Avatar Airbender; and Splat-O-Sphere. It will also have live shows, […]

"Avatar: The Last Airbender" Book 3 Vol. 3 Announced

The third volume of Avatar: The Last Airbender‘s third season has been announced by Nick and Paramount. It will contain these five episodes: -The Day of the Black Sun Part 2: The Eclipse -The Western Air Temple -The Firebending Masters -The Boiling Rock: Part 1 -The Boiling Rock: Part 2 The DVD will be released […]

"Aqua Teen Hunger Force": Still Gross, Still Great

It’s been awhile since I watched Aqua Teen Hunger Force regularly. That’s not a knock against the show and I never lost my taste for it—I just spent most of the last year living outside the US without cable or a regular internet connection. I also missed the feature film, and don’t remember the last […]

PULSE News Talks to Alan Burnett About Justice League in Comics and "The Batman"

Comicon.com’s PULSE News has interviewed writer Alan Burnett about his brief stint writing DC Comics’ Justice League of America, comparing the experience to his job writing for animated shows like Static Shock and The Batman. Burnett notes how his animation writing got him the job writing the comic, how he and regular series writer Dwayne […]

"Dragonlance" Is Just a Drag of a DVD

My name is Ed, and I am a Dungeons and Dragons geek. I’ve played four different versions of the pencil-and-paper game, and may have played every computer RPG version since the famous “Gold Box” games. However, despite the enduring popularity of the game, the franchise has never had much success in media other than novels […]

Mad For "Mushi-Shi"

It sometimes seems that Japanese animation ranges over a smaller field than you might hope. Fighting. Big breasts. Confused young protagonists. Big breasts. Naive females with big breasts. More fighting. Comical sweat drops, big breasts and some more fighting for the sake of naive women with big breasts. Smoking isn’t cool. Unless you’re Ginko. Remember […]

Animation Insider on "Avatar" Animator Oh Seung-hyun

Animation Insider has posted a summary of a profile of Avatar the Last Airbender animator Oh Seung-hyun, based on an article from Korea.net. The article covers Oh’s start in animation, working in an animation production office in Seoul for $95 a month, and follows his rise through the Korean animation industry and eventually to a […]

Dwayne McDuffie Working on "Ben 10" Revamp

In an article with Comic Book Resources, writer Dwayne McDuffie stated that he and Glen Murakami (Teen Titans) are working on a revamp of Cartoon Network’s Ben 10, which will be “set five years in the future from the show that is currently running” and stated that, “It’s pretty much unlike anything people have ever […]

"The New Adventures of Batman": Completely Batty, But Still a Classic

When I found out that Warner Bros. was releasing The New Adventures of Batman to DVD, I was really thrilled. I first saw the show when it was part of Tarzan & the Super 7, And when it showed up on In2TV a few years ago, I knew that a DVD would probably come out. […]

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