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Filling You In on the Fun: Chris Yost Talks "Next Avengers"

To celebrate the release of Next Avengers: Heroes Of Tomorrow, the Marvel Animation Age/Toon Zone News sat down with screen writer Chris Yost via email to talk about his work on the film and offer a few glimpses to his other future projects. Marvel Animation Age/Toon Zone News: How did you come to work on […]

Newsarama Interviews "Next Avengers" Voice Talent (UPDATED)

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed several members of the voice cast of Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow, including Tom Kane (Iron Man, Ultron), Fred Tatasciore (Hulk), Noah Crawford (James Rogers), Aidan Drummond (Pym), Dempsey Pappion (Azari), and Adrian Petriw (Hawkeye). Topics discussed include how they got into the business, how they recorded their parts in […]

"Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow": The Kids are Alright

In 2005, Marvel Comics announced that The O.C. writer Allan Heinberg was going to write a comic book series titled Young Avengers. The general reaction alternated between laughter and derision from superhero comic book fans across the Internet, which only grew louder and harsher after sketchbook information and character names were made available. However, the […]

Newsarama Interviews Gary Hartle on Directing "Next Avengers"

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed Gary Hartle, director of the upcoming Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow direct-to-video movie. The new movie centers on the children of Marvel’s iconic Avengers and the old threat that they must face down. Hartle discusses how he got the job to direct the DTV, how he approached several of the […]

Marvel Teams with Madhouse for Anime of Iconic Superheroes (UPDATED Aug 27, 2008)

The New York Times is reporting that Marvel Entertainment is teaming up with renowned Japanese animation studio Madhouse to develop four anime series that will re-vision several of Marvel’s iconic superheroes for the Japanese market (free registration required). The characters and back stories will be revamped to “reflect Japanese culture,” and “create an entire parallel […]

Newsarama Interviews Craig Kyle on Future of Marvel Animation (UPDATED July 27, 2008)

Newsarama has posted part 1 of an interview with Craig Kyle, VP of Marvel Animation, about the future of the group with TV shows like The Spectacular Spider-Man and direct-to-video projects like the upcoming Next Avengers. Kyle focuses on Next Avengers in this interview, talking about Gary Hartle’s work directing Next Avengers and giving some […]

Marvel Animation Age Posts 3 New Images from "Next Avengers" DTV

The Marvel Animation Age has received three screengrabs from the upcoming direct-to-video movie Next Avengers, inspired by the Avengers comic book franchise from Marvel. The screengrabs also came with information about the panel for the movie at San Diego Comic Con on Friday, July , 2008, at 8:30 PM in room 6A. The panel will […]

New Trailer for "Hulk Vs." DTV Unveiled

Comic Book Resources Comics Reel is revealing that a new trailer for the Hulk Vs. direct-to-video movie is now available in streaming video on-line. The DTV is currently scheduled for release in early 2009.

Chris Yost: Farewell, Fantastic Four

To celebrate the release of Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes on DVD, The Marvel Animation Age and Toon Zone News managed to catch up with the show’s story editor Chris Yost in an email interview to talk about his experiences on the show. MAA/TZN: How did you get your start in the animation business? CHRIS […]

Turning an Avenger Golden: Tom Tataranowicz Talks Iron Man

Realizing that their Iron Man and Fantastic Four cartoons were in dire need of a revamp, Marvel turned to Tom Tataranowicz and in turn, he and his crew revamped the shows from the ground up, turning poor shows into some of Marvel’s finest. The Marvel Animation Age and Toon Zone News caught up with Tom […]

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