Posts Tagged ‘DC Animation’

PR: "Justice League: Doom" Coming to DVD and Blu-ray on February 28, 2012

by Ed Liuon December 12, 2011
ENEMIES AT EVERY TURN … EXECUTING A PLAN CONCEIVED FROM WITHIN GET READY FOR THE NEXT ALL-NEW DC UNIVERSE ANIMATED ORIGINAL MOVIE JUSTICE LEAGUE: DOOM COMING FEBRUARY 28, 2012 FROM WARNER HOME VIDEO Primetime TV stars & Justice League cartoon alums fill stellar voice cast led by Nathan Fillion, Tim Daly and Michael Rosenbaum; Available […]

World’s Finest Online Interviews Ben Jones on "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" Finale

by Ed Liuon November 15, 2011
In conjunction with the series finale “Mitefall,” the World’s Finest Online has interviewed director Ben Jones about Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Among other topics, Jones discusses how the episode came together, which episode was his favorite, why he thinks the show resonated with fans and critics, and what his next projects for Warner […]

Toonzone Interviews Josh Keaton on Being Hal Jordan for "Green Lantern: The Animated Series"

by Ed Liuon November 11, 2011
Fans of superhero cartoons may miss actor Josh Keaton’s portrayal of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the fan-favorite The Spectacular Spider-Man series, but the actor has been keeping busy with the superhero set in his voice-over career. Keaton reprised the role of Spider-Man in a variety of video games, including Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, several Marvel Super Hero […]

Toonzone Reviews "Green Lantern: The Animated Series"

by Ed Liuon November 11, 2011
The sneak preview premiere of Green Lantern: The Animated Series has been reviewed independently by two different Toonzone staff members. The verdict? Revelator: Green Lantern: The Animated Series: Beware Not My first impressions of Green Lantern: The Animated Series were formed at Comicon, and they weren’t good. The clips were action figure theater. But my […]

"Green Lantern: The Animated Series" Shines

by 90'sCartoonManon November 11, 2011
I’m not completely sold on the animation yet. CG animation can be a mixed bag, and when it comes to facial expressions and depicting various emotions, that’s where it falls on shaky ground. Luckily, the series is content to spend a lot of time on alien worlds where most characters on the show aren’t human, […]

Toonzone News Interviews Giancarlo Volpe, Producer of "Green Lantern: The Animated Series"

by Ed Liuon November 8, 2011
In a relatively short time in the animation industry, Giancarlo Volpe has made quite an impression. Volpe graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1997 and worked as an animator for video games such as Politically Correct Bedtime Stories, and Pajama Sam and Putt Putt games for Humongous Entertainment. From […]

"Young Justice" Season One Volume Two – Justice Rules

by Lelouchon November 4, 2011
Aquaboy gets his moment to shine in “Downtime,” which shows him in turmoil over whether he wishes to live on land or in Atlantis. While Aquaman is away on a Justice League mission, Atlantis is attacked by Black Manta in an attempt to retrieve a giant frozen starfish, and Aqualad must team up with Garth […]

PR: Official Trailer for "Justice League: Doom" Released

by Ed Liuon October 19, 2011
Warner Home Video has released the official trailer for Justice League: Doom, an all-new entry in the popular series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies due in early 2012 on Blu-ray, DVD, OnDemand and for Download. Justice League: Doom finds Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Cyborg and Batman on their heels when […]

New Clip & Stills from "Batman: Year One" and Interview with Bryan Cranston, Voice of Jim Gordon

by Ed Liuon October 19, 2011
In conjunction with the release of Batman: Year One on DVD and Blu-ray, Warner Home Video has released a video clip, stills, and an interview with actor Bryan Cranston, who portrays Lt. Jim Gordon in the movie: Click on any of the screenshots below to view full-size: The full interview follows. Don’t forget to check […]

"Batman: Year One": Great Adaptation. Great Movie…?

by Ed Liuon October 19, 2011
Adaptations of books in Hollywood baffle me. They can manage to mangle A Midsummer Night’s Dream so badly that the author’s name has to become part of the title or we wouldn’t be able to tell it’s an adaptation. They can manage to miss the entire point of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Meanwhile, the comic books and […]