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Powers Boothe

Powers Boothe, Actor, 1948 – 2017

by Dan Collinson May 15, 2017
Superhero Hype has reported that actor Powers Boothe passed away on Sunday in his sleep from natural causes. He was 68. Boothe’s credits include the TV shows Phillip Marlowe, Private Eye, Deadwood, 24, Nashville, Hatfields & McCoys, and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. His film credits include Red Dawn, Tombstone, Nixon, The Avengers, and was best […]

Toonzone Podcast Episode 13

by Eileen Cruzon April 13, 2017
Welcome to Episode 13 of the Toonzone Podcast! This episode is hosted by Todd “GWOtaku” DuBois. The podcast panel includes Eileen “Harley” Cruz, the legendary Jeff “Nemalki” Harris and Graham “Daikun” Finch. In this episode of the Toonzone Podcast the group discusses The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the Nintendo Switch, 20 years […]

Top 5 Most Shocking Moments In The DC Animated Universe

by Todd Blackon February 28, 2016
There was a time when DC Comics had a plethora of classic heroes on TV via their animated series. What started as one, became two, then became a team show, then a team show with an unlimited roster, a future version of a classic hero, and so on. This was the DC Animated Universe, and […]

NYCC 2015 Justice League

NYCC 2015: The Justice League (Voice Actors) Reunited!

by Ed Liuon October 10, 2015
New York Comic Con 2015 hosted a reunion for six of the seven voice actors from the iconic Justice League animated series, plus legendary voice director Andrea Romano. On Friday afternoon on the Empire Stage, moderator Shaun Lynch brought Ms. Romano together with Carl Lumbly (J’onn J’onzz), Phil LaMarr (Green Lantern), Maria Canals-Barrera (Hawkgirl), George […]
Elizabeth Peña

Elizabeth Peña, Actor, 1959 – 2014

by Ed Liuon October 16, 2014
Groundbreaking Hispanic actor Elizabeth Peña has passed away at the age of 55 of natural causes after a brief illness in Los Angeles, CA. Born in Elizabeth, NJ, on September 23, 1959, to Cuban immigrant parents, Peña’s career began early on the New York theater scene and graduation from the High School of Performing Arts, […]

The Five Worst Episodes of “Justice League”

by James Harveyon November 16, 2011
Justice League was an incredible animated series and, ten years after its debut, it is still considered the benchmark for super-hero animation. Stories were riveting, characters unforgettable, and clashes epic. This series still has fans talking to this day; debating and picking apart every episode, character and revelation. Justice League (and Justice League Unlimited) was […]

Toonzone Presents: An Interview/Tribute to Dwayne McDuffie

by Alex Weitzmanon March 9, 2011
Back in 2006, I briefly flirted with the notion of writing a book about superhero animation, its history and trajectory. It never came to fruition, partially because real life got in the way, and partially because I decided to refocus my energies on my biggest passion, which is voice acting. But I was fortunate enough […]

The Arc of the DC Universe Is Long, But It Bends Toward "Justice"

by Revelatoron November 23, 2009
Justice League is the crowning spire on the grand cathedral that is the DC Animated Universe, one of the greatest achievements of American television animation. And yet Bruce Timm, genius loci of the DCAU, initially abhorred the idea of making it. It would be hard enough to craft a suitably epic story for a half-dozen […]

Toon Zone Throwdown Final Round: Top 5 Takedowns

by Ed Liuon June 13, 2008
Here at Toon Zone News, we firmly believe that non-violent solutions to Real World problems are the ones that should be actively sought out and implemented. These solutions are harder to do, but if done correctly, they will tend to be more permanent, resulting in less ancillary suffering of innocent bystanders and more long-term happiness […]