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SDCC 2016: Breaking News On Daredevil, Luke Cage And The Defenders

SDCC 2016: Breaking News On Daredevil, Luke Cage And The Defenders

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
The Marvel Television panel at SDCC brought many presents for the fans. First thing, Daredevil has been officially renewed for Season 3. We all knew it would happen, and it has. They moved on to the first big trailer for Luke Cage, featuring all new clips from the upcoming series. Watching it, you may wonder: […]
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SDCC 2016: We’re Getting A Second Voltron Season In Record Time

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Big news from San Diego: a second season was just confirmed for Netflix’s Voltron Legendary Defender! The announcement came from the official Twitter account: Season 2 is coming late 2016! #Voltron #SDCC16 Not only was Season 2 confirmed, so was its release window…..FALL 2016. That’s fast! Obviously Netflix and DreamWorks could not have a second […]

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“Bottersnikes & Gumbles” to Debut on Netflix Worldwide on August 16, 2016

by Ed Liuon July 19, 2016
New CGI Animated Children’s Series Bottersnikes & Gumbles Set to Debut Across International Territories August 16, 2016 New York, July 19, 2016 – Bottersnikes & Gumbles, a new award-winning CGI animated series, is set to make its debut across international territories August 16 on Netflix, the world’s leading internet TV service. 26 episodes will premiere […]

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Exclusive “DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge” Artwork – New Episodes Coming June 24, 2016

by Ed Liuon June 21, 2016
The dracologists of DreamWorks Animation Television and Netflix have released several exclusive images of a newly discovered species of dragon they have dubbed the “Triple Stryke.” The dragon, and many more newly discovered species, will be revealed when the third season of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge begins on Netflix starting June 24, 2016. […]
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E3 2016: Activision Announces Skylanders TV Series

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
It had to happen: Activision’s popular Skylanders franchise is branching off into television. “Skylanders Academy” is the name of the animated series starring the video game characters that will premiere later this year. The series follows the more familiar members of the Skylanders team as they teach a younger generation of Skylanders how to defend […]

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Interview: All Hail Composer Frederik Wiedmann on “All Hail King Julien”!

by Christopher Glennonon June 13, 2016
Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Frederik Wiedmann came to Los Angeles in 2004 to become a film composer. Wiedmann was twice nominated for the Annie Award for his musical work on Green Lantern the Animated Series. He has also worked on the Beware the Batman TV Series as well as DC Animated movies Son of Batman, […]

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Review: “Voltron Legendary Defender” Forms a Not-That-Blazing Sword

by Chad Boninon June 10, 2016
Does the sword still blaze after 35 years? The five lions that form Voltron have converged yet again to form a new series, streaming exclusively on Netflix and produced by DreamWorks Animation Television. Still, this is a franchise that has had a number of missteps–entertaining or not–in America. Is the fourth time the charm? America […]
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Review: “Voltron Legendary Defender” is a Breakthrough Reinvention

by Todd DuBoison June 10, 2016
Amid all the promotion for Voltron Legendary Defender this spring, one thing struck me more than any other: a quote officially publicized from Executive Producer Joaquim Dos Santos that declared “We didn’t make the Voltron that we saw, we made the Voltron that we remembered.” In our age of countless sequels or reboots and elevated […]