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Patton Oswalt Shall Be Ponified July 30

by Peter Paltridgeon July 13, 2016
You know you’ve finally made it as a celebrity when Hasbro makes a pony out of you. Comedian Patton Oswalt will be guest-starring in an upcoming episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. “Stranger Than Fan Fiction” is an episode aimed directly at the fans where Rainbow Dash attends the Equestria equivalent of Comic-Con, […]
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Mike Judge Considering A Live-Action Beavis And Butthead

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2016
Mike Judge, master satirist and creator of several hit shows over his long career, has a tendency to occasionally return to the original series that shot him to fame, Beavis and Butthead. The first run lasted six seasons on MTV and spawned a feature film. The show later returned in late 2011 funnier than ever, […]

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Histeria Finally Coming To DVD

by Peter Paltridgeon June 30, 2016
They’ll love this in Bulgaria. Until now, the biggest hole in the WB Silver Age library was Histeria, the 52-episode edutainment program that aired between 1998 and 2000 on Kids WB. Previously only available in bootleg form (and still rare at that), Warner Bros. is finally releasing the show in one go next month, with […]
Finding Dory Crowd Accidentally Shown Raunchy Rogen Trailer

Finding Dory Crowd Accidentally Shown Raunchy Rogen Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon June 29, 2016
People have a tendency to lump movies together based on how they look. The TVTropes page “All Animation Is Disney” contains plenty of examples. It resulted in a generation of children being traumatized by Watership Down being stocked in the kiddie section of video rental stores, and now the ol’ ignorance has struck again. Up […]

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“Amazing World Of Gumball” Renewed For Sixth Season

by Peter Paltridgeon June 23, 2016
Broadcasting and Cable reports that Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball has been renewed for a sixth season. According to CN, Gumball had over 165 million viewers¬†globally¬†in Q1 2016, and was viewed nearly 7 million times on app downloads, plus 8 million more times on its YouTube channel this year alone. Gumball Watterson is […]
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A New Animated Ghostbusters Show Is In The Works

by Peter Paltridgeon June 21, 2016
People have been asking if the attempted revival of the Ghostbusters franchise through the Paul Feig movie could possibly mean a new cartoon show as well. After all, if we have Ecto-Cooler back, why not go all the way? You should be happy to hear a new Ghostbusters animated series was, in fact, announced today! […]

Disney Lets Moana’s First Trailer Loose

Disney Lets Moana’s First Trailer Loose

by Peter Paltridgeon June 20, 2016
If you saw Finding Dory this weekend, then you also saw Disney’s very first trailer for their next animated feature, Moana. (You probably also saw the fifteen billionth appearance of the Secret Life of Pets trailer….if I have to watch that headbanging poodle ONE MORE TIME…but I digress.) Check out Maui! He’s got a giant […]
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Fresh Information On Samurai Jack’s New Season

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
The Annecy animation festival in France has brought us our first look at the new season of Samurai Jack, set to premiere during the Toonami block on Adult Swim. The first public image of Jack appeared during the festival, and….whoa: In addition to the image we now know more about the season itself. Here’s what […]

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Still Got The Touch! “Transformers: The Movie” Comes To Blu-ray

by Peter Paltridgeon June 9, 2016
Few movies are as beloved by children of the 80’s as Transformers: The Movie. The original 1986 movie, that is, not counting anything afterward. Until now, however, it’s gotten only token treatment in the home video market. Someone must finally be in charge who grew up with this movie, because it’s getting a digitally remastered […]
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USA Today Offers First Peek At Cars 3

by Peter Paltridgeon May 30, 2016
USA Today blew the four doors off Cars 3 with an exclusive interview with the director, Brian Fee, as well as the first-published sketches from the production. The theme of Cars 3 is obsolescence. By now Lightning McQueen has established himself as one of the Car-Dominated World’s top racers, and he’s been around the track […]