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NYCC2011: "Justice League: Doom" Trailer Released

by Dan Collinson October 16, 2011
IGN has posted the trailer for the upcoming DC Universe animated film Justice League: Doom. which premiered at this year’s New York Comic Con. Based on Mark Waid’s story “Tower of Babel”, Batman’s secret plans to stop members of the Justice League if they go rogue have been stolen, and the team not only have […]

NYCC2011: DC Animation Panel Report – "Catwoman," "Justice League: Doom"

by Ed Liuon October 15, 2011
The DC Animated Panel at the 2011 New York Comic Con filled up the IGN Theater, kicking off with guests Bruce Timm and Andrea Romano who were greeted with thunderous applause from the audience. The panel began with a screening of the “Catwoman” short from the Batman: Year One animated DTV (available now in a […]

Toonzone Presents: An Interview/Tribute to Dwayne McDuffie

by on 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 […]

"Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths": One Plus One Equals Two-and-a-Half

by on February 23, 2010
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths is a nifty little gem of a movie, an unpretentious but thoroughly entertaining story that, probably, would have more appropriately been titled Justice League: When Archetypes Collide. It takes the old sci-fi trope about parallel worlds populated by moral mirror-images, and— Well, it doesn’t really do anything new or […]

"Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths" Premieres in NY and LA Feb 16 & 18, 2010

by Ed Liuon February 7, 2010
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths will premiere at the Paley Center for Media in New York and Los Angeles on February 16 and 18, 2010, respectively. At both premieres, a panel with the filmmakers and voice cast will follow. A limited number of free tickets are available to fans, who must RSVP at justiceleagueNY@newsarama.com […]

Lauren Montgomery and Sam Liu on Co-Directing "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths"

by Ed Liuon December 11, 2009
Warner Home Video has released a press release interview with Lauren Montgomery and Sam Liu (no relation), the two co-directors of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, the latest direct-to-video animated movie coming on DVD and Blu-ray disc on February 23, 2010. The subjects (interviewed separately) answer questions on what it was like to work […]

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

by on 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 […]

‘Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths’ Writer and Cast Interviewed

by on November 19, 2009
The recent print edition of “Life Story: Film Fantasy” magazine has buried in it a feature article on the upcoming “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths” animated film from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation. The “collectors edition” of this magazine focuses heavily on the “Twilight: New Moon” feature film and the Justice […]

Toons of the 2000s: The End of DCAU – A Retrospective

by on November 16, 2009
 Go back to the Toons of the 2000s Intro.   It begins under a full moon. Gotham is enjoying a rare, crime-free night. The cops in their patrol zeppelin are alone with the clouds and their boredom. Then, from nowhere, a swift, shadowy creature soars through the sky. “You see that?” one of the cops cries. Yes, we do. […]

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 […]