Posts Tagged ‘disney’

Review: “Wander Over Yonder” – You Should Wander Over Immediately

by KarlOlsonon September 13, 2013
It’s been awhile since we last saw Craig McCracken in action. The genius creator of The Powerpuff Girls and co-creator of Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends seemed to disappear as a wave of new talent spilled onto the US animation scene. While young blood like Pendleton Ward, J.G. Quintel and Alex Hirsch have been delivering […]

Review: “Wander Over Yonder” Worth the Trip

by Weathermanon September 13, 2013
Some shows have a great big high-minded purpose with massive casts and a sprawling epic story with dozens of intersecting plotlines. And some shows are Wander Over Yonder, where there’s just two main characters (so far anyway) and they mostly exist to make themselves laugh. Those two main characters are Wander, a happy-go-lucky guy who […]


Review: “Robin Hood” Blu-ray – A Slight But Enjoyable Effort

by Dr. Daedaluson September 6, 2013
Robin Hood isn’t often lumped in with the great Disney animated films, and while I wouldn’t pretend to claim it’s one of my all-time favorites, I genuinely like it and think it deserves some credit. I say this because when you consider much of the competition in the ’70s, it looks amazing. Sure, Ralph Bakshi […]

ComicsAlliance Interviews Cort Lane on “Hulk & the Agents of SMASH” Continuity

by Ed Liuon August 29, 2013
ComicsAlliance is continuing its interview series focusing on Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., with a second interview with supervising producer Cort Lane discussing the villains of the series, the guest-appearance of Iron Man, the secrets kept and revealed among different members of the cast, and continuity between this series and Marvel’s other animated shows Ultimate […]


Disney Bringing Marvel Traveling Circus To Towns

by Alex Beanon August 23, 2013
Disney’s Marvel unit has collaborated with a live entertainment production company called Hero Ventures to bring a traveling Marvel-themed show to a city or town near you. The show will essentially be a larger Cirque du Soleil-style attraction but with a superhero theme and featuring dozens of Marvel characters, multimedia technology, 3D animated movies and […]

Winners Announced for 2013 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Emmy Awards

by Ed Liuon August 23, 2013
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has named the six winners of the 2013 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Emmy Awards: Andy Ristaino, Character Design, Adventure Time, “Puhoy” (Cartoon Network) Jenny Gase-Baker, Background Paint, “Mickey Mouse in Croissant de Triomphe” (Disney) Joseph Holt, Art Direction, “Mickey Mouse in Croissant de Triomphe” (Disney) Alberto Mielgo, […]


Video Game Review: “DuckTales Remastered” Recaptures A Classic’s Charm

by Juu-kuchion August 23, 2013
If you’re a child of the 80s, you are well aware the city life in Duckberg’s like a hurricane.  What with its race cars, lasers, and aeroplanes, it is usually described to be, in a non-scientifically based term: a duck blur.  It’s a place where you might solve a mystery or rewrite history. DuckTales! Woo-oo. […]

New Disney Infinity Action App Arrives

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2013
The new Disney Infinity Action app has arrived for your Android or iOS devices – now allowing you to insert Jack Sparrow, Mr. Incredible or Sulley into virtually any situation you would like them to be in…


Star Wars Boots Phineas And Ferb

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2013
Disney had originally slated to have its “Phineas and Ferb”-based feature film debut last month. But that was before they purchased the Star Wars empire from George Lucas for four billion American dollars. Then Michael Arndt – who won an Academy Award for writing “Little Miss Sunshine” and was nominated for an Oscar for “Toy […]

ComicsAlliance Interviews Paul Dini and Cort Lane on “Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”

by Ed Liuon August 16, 2013
ComicsAlliance has interviewed Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.‘s Paul Dini and Cort Lane, writer/Creative Consultant and Supervising Producer, respectively. Among other topics, the pair discuss the reasons behind some of the creative decisions made for the show (like the absence of alter egos for the show’s Hulks or the alteration of backstories of characters […]