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"Beware the Batman" Teaser Reel Released

by Ed Liuon April 19, 2012
Warner Bros. Animation has released the following video teaser for Beware the Batman, the new CGI animated Batman TV series coming to Cartoon Network’s DC Nation block: OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS: A cool, new take on the classic Dark Knight franchise, Beware the Batman incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogues gallery of new villains not previously […]

DC Nation Clips & Stills for April 14, 2012: "DC World's Funnest," "Green Lantern," "Young Justice"

by Ed Liuon April 14, 2012
Warner Bros. Animation has released the following new video clips and stills from the newest episodes on the DC Nation programming block, premiering on Saturday, April 14, 2012, and beginning at 10:00 AM (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network. DC NATION SHORTS “DC World’s Funnest” from Aardman Studios (Movie native size: 1920 x 1080) – click “full-screen” […]

"Young Justice" Season 1 Vol. 3 - Just Whelmed by the Show, Really Underwhelmed by the DVD

by Ed Liuon March 6, 2012
However, the strength of “Home Front” is a disappointment in that it took the show 12 episodes to finally hook me and reel me in, and even then I think it’s largely for the superhero soap opera “and then what happened?” drive that’s reminiscent of the comics which occupied much of my misspent younger days. […]

DC Nation: Day One

by macattackon March 5, 2012
The first new block to premiere on Cartoon Network in a long time did so on Saturday, March 3rd, 2012. Unlike previous blocks, the programming centers exclusively around DC Comics superheroes. The block is meant to introduce a younger generation to some of the most famous superheroes of all time, or, rather, to elevate lesser-known […]

World's Finest Interviews Phil Bourassa on Designing "Young Justice"

by Ed Liuon March 5, 2012
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed character designer Phil Bourassa, focusing on his work for the Young Justice TV series, but also touching on some of his other work on DTV movies such as Planet Hulk, Thor: Tales of Asgard, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, and Justice League: Doom. Among other topics, Bourassa discusses […]

World's Finest Interviews "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" Producer Giancarlo Volpe

by Ed Liuon March 2, 2012
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed Giancarlo Volpe, producer of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, which begins airing regularly this weekend with the launch of the DC Nation block on Cartoon Network. Among other topics, Volpe discusses the show’s new timeslot, the edits made to the special sneak preview airing last November, what he knows […]

"Justice League: Doom" NYC Premiere Interviews with Phil Morris, Kevin Conroy, & Andrea Romano

by darkdetectiveon February 28, 2012
At the world premiere of Justice League: Doom at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, Toonzone News was able to speak with actors Phil Morris and Kevin Conroy, and voice director Andrea Romano in red-carpet interview sessions for the press. Questions asked by Toonzone News are marked. These interviews have been slightly […]

"Justice League: Doom": New Stills & Interview Clips with Actors Michael Rosenbaum and Nathan Fillion

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2012
In conjunction with the release of Justice League: Doom, Warner Bros. Animation has released the following interviews, interview video clips, and stills for Michael Rosenbaum (the Flash) and Nathan Fillion (Green Lantern). Click on any of the screenshots below to view full-size: The press release interviews follow, with interview clips interspersed within. Justice League: Doom […]

"Justice League: Doom" - The Ample, Abundant Joys of Doom

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2012
One of my favorite things about the late, great Dwayne McDuffie’s work was that it was almost always surprising, but in a way that made me feel like I could have seen the plot twists coming if I were only just a little bit smarter (and I’ve said so before). With Justice League: Doom, we’re […]

DC Nation and Marvel Universe: Animation Domination?

by macattackon February 26, 2012
It was inevitable. With the demise of Kids’ WB, the only place left for DC Comics characters to appear in animation was the Warner-affiliated Cartoon Network. After Disney purchased Marvel, Marvel no longer needed investors and pitches to networks to get cartoons on TV. Now all Marvel needs is Disney approval and all of a […]