On the Saturday morning of May’s MCM London Comic Con Toonzone News was invited to take part in a roundtable interview with voice actress Hynden Walch. Having risen to fame as Starfire in Teen Titans, she has returned to the animated DC multiverse a few times to play Harley Quinn and is perhaps currently most […]
IDW Publishing has announced a partnership with Cartoon Network to turn several shows from the network’s stable of TV shows into comic books. Titles named in the press release include The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Jack, Johnny Bravo, and Generator Rex. Announcements on specific titles and creative teams are forthcoming.
Ben 10/Generator Rex “Heroes United” has been reviewed independently by two different Toonzone staff members. The verdict? Grant White: Ben 10 in its various forms (no pun intended) has been a hit for Cartoon Network for the last decade. However, original creators Man of Action were not involved with the two sequel series and instead […]
Ben 10 in its various forms (no pun intended) has been a hit for Cartoon Network for the last decade. However, original creators Man of Action were not involved with the two sequel series and instead came back with a different series: Generator Rex. Of course this has caused any number of fan debates, with […]
The plot is awfully straightforward and unsurprising. Ben and Rex meet and brawl for the fans, they learn what’s going on, they bond a bit, and then they have a grand showdown with the villain. The narrative does remember to have a little fun with its concept, at least. For instance the idea of a […]
The Cartoon Network Action panel on Sunday of the San Diego Comic-Con made a special announcement in regards to the future of Ben 10 and Generator Rex. The production crew behind both shows were in attendance and the panel was moderated by Yuri Lowenthal, the voice of teenaged Ben Tennyson. This Thanksgiving, Ben 10 will […]
Cartoon Network has ordered 32 more episodes of Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and 20 more episodes of Generator Rex, Animation Magazine reports. The orders come after both series debuted to strong ratings, placing as the top-rated programs for boys 6-11 and 9-14 in their time slots.