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Early Justice League Impressions Range From Good To Bad

by Peter Paltridgeon November 10, 2017
It’s the question on everyone’s mind: will the first Justice League movie be worthy of the name? Can WB maintain the momentum gifted to them by last spring’s excellent Wonder Woman movie? Early impressions are coming out now from people who were shown an early screening of the film, and their reactions differ. The following […]

It Was Bound To Happen: The Joker Has Kidnapped Mark Hamill!

by Peter Paltridgeon October 27, 2017
What would happen if Mark Hamill met the Joker? Would the entire universe implode? It would be a question worth asking if it hadn’t already been answered, thanks to this excellent new Justice League Action short. Recognizing Hamill on the street, Joker poses as a cab driver in order to kidnap him and ransom him […]

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NYCC 2017: Watch The Trailer For Animated Constantine

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2017
Remember when we assumed The CW had no plans to put out a trailer for their Constantine cartoon yet? We were thankfully wrong. Care to check it out? This is just terrific. The artists behind these CW Seed shorts got to work to the full limits of their talent here — a lot more is […]
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NYCC 2017: Batman The Animated Series Coming To Blu-Ray

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2017
Is this the moment animation fans have been waiting for? Is one of the all-time greatest classics finally getting its high-definition due? Yup — it’s now been confirmed that Batman: The Animated Series, one of the most influential programs TV has ever aired period (let alone its influence on cartoons), is undergoing an HD transfer […]

The Final Dreamy Justice League Trailer

by Alex Beanon October 8, 2017
The final trailer for “Justice League” before the movie opens on November 17, 2017 has Lois Lane [Amy Adams] experiencing a flashback dream from the Kent farm with Clark Kent/Superman [Henry Cavill] in the background before the rest of the DC superhero universe are eventually shown to the tune of a slowed-down version of David Bowie’s “Heroes”…      
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NYCC 2017: Batmanime! First Look At Batman Ninja

by Peter Paltridgeon October 6, 2017
If Batman had enough time to prepare, could he defeat One Punch Man? How will the Dark Knight translate to anime in the first animated picture created by Warner Bros’ new Japanese studio? The plotline for Batman Ninja sounds suitably out there, with a time-traveling Batman chasing the Joker throughout history, wielding katanas and kunai […]

Vixen: The Movie Will Air On The CW Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon August 29, 2017
Did you miss Vixen’s cartoon series when it first appeared online? Did you know that series is finally getting a proper broadcast airing within 48 hours? Vixen: The Movie, which was released on Blu-Ray and DVD a few months ago (see our review) will premiere on The CW tomorrow. For those who have missed the […]
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Voiceover Director Andrea Romano Officially Retires

by Peter Paltridgeon August 1, 2017
Andrea Romano, one of the most influential figures in the modern animation industry, has announced her retirement. Romano directed the voice recordings for over 40 animated shows, over 50 movies and over 20 video games. Her resume includes the grand majority of quality cartoons made in the last thirty years, beginning with DuckTales and leading […]

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SDCC 2017: The Flash Movie Will Adapt The Flashpoint Comic

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2017
We’ll meet the movie version of The Flash in this fall’s Justice League, but what will he do for his first solo outing? How about….tear apart time and space? In 2011 DC published a Flash storyline called Flashpoint. In a fit of emotional rage, Barry lost it and did the one thing he swore he’d […]
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SDCC 2017: Previews From The CW’s Superhero Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2017
What’s happening this season in The CW’s ever-expanding line of DC-based programs? We’ve got the full scoop on three of them, including their SDCC trailers. Care to watch? If it’s goofy fun you want, Legends of Tomorrow delivers. Both Arrow and The Flash had lousy third seasons and it was partly because they started taking […]