Posts Tagged ‘Nickelodeon Animation’

Toonzone Tours the Nickelodeon Animation Studios

by 90'sCartoonManon March 31, 2015
Over 20 years and 50+ different cartoon shows, Nickelodeon Animation is just as strong as it ever was. Situated in a white building with big orange letters in Burbank, California, Nickelodeon Animation Studio opened its doors to Toonzone News and other members of the press for a studio tour in anticipation of the latest addition […]

NYCC 2014: Toonzone Interviews Ciro Nieli on Season 3 of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

by Todd DuBoison October 22, 2014
With a third season on the air and a fourth already on the way, Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is sure to be a fixture on the network for quite some time to come. Once again the show had a strong presence at New York Comic Con this year, once again the show’s creators and […]


NYCC 2014: The “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Panel

by Todd DuBoison October 16, 2014
NY Comic Con once again included a panel dedicated to Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, which is now in the early part of its third season on television. Nickelodeon VP of Current Series Animation Megan Casey took the stage to indicate a panel of familiar and new faces. Executive producer Ciro Nieli and his […]

NYCC 2014: “The Legend of Korra” Book 4 Panel

by Todd DuBoison October 14, 2014
With the fourth and final season of The Legend of Korra underway the show’s panel at NYCC had an air of finality to it, and familiar guests were introduced by Nickelodeon VP of series animation Megan Casey: Executive producers Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko were joined by voice cast members Janet Varney (Korra), David Faustino […]


Nickelodeon Animation to Host Global LoopDeLoop Festival in Los Angeles

by Ed Liuon September 4, 2014
NICKELODEON ANIMATION OPENS DOORS TO HOST GLOBAL LOOPDELOOP FESTIVAL AT ITS CREATIVE HUB IN LOS ANGELES Collaboration Marks First Network Sponsorship for Program Run by Artists for Artists BURBANK, Calif. – Sept. 4, 2014 – Nickelodeon Animation Studio has teamed with LoopDeLoop, the bi-monthly animation challenge organization, to bring the ever-growing ranks of talented animators […]

Nickelodeon to Premiere “The Legend Of Korra” Book 3 on June 27

by Todd DuBoison June 21, 2014
Days after releasing the official trailer for Book 3 of The Legend of Korra, Nickelodeon has revealed that the television premiere for the season will be Friday, June 27 at 7 PM Eastern time. Production on the entire season has been completed, and the production of the unnamed Book 4 is underway. Nickelodeon will marathon […]

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Images From “The Legend of Korra” Book 3 Trailer

by Todd DuBoison June 12, 2014
The Legend of Korra‘s third season has been long awaited by its fans, and now as of Wednesday afternoon a new official trailer has been released by Nickelodeon to the public as reported and shown here on Toonzone. What follows is a gallery of screenshots from this new footage for The Legend of Korra Book 3: […]

The Legend of Korra – “Beginnings: Part 1 & 2” Episode 19 and 20 Recap

by Neo Yion October 21, 2013
The first Avatar guides an amnesiac Korra to find a way to stop the Dark Spirits.    Wow. Just wow. “Beginnings” is a masterpiece. I’ve been anticipating this one for a while, but it still blew me away and exceeded all my expectations. Its story, the characters, and the animation are in top form and […]

"CatDog" Season 1 Part 2: Bad Cat, Bad Dog

by Ed Liuon April 12, 2012
There are a few episodes, especially on the second disc, where the show begins to stretch beyond the comic misunderstandings and exaggerated mishaps that have been driving sitcoms for decades. Even then, though, the end results are more likely to elicit puzzled looks than genuine laughs. For example, in “Dog’s Strange Condition,” Dog ends up […]

"Hey Arnold": The Urban Jungle Gym

by Maxie Zeuson March 27, 2012
Hey Arnold! is one of those “classic” Nickelodeon series that I never watched when it was on the air. It’s from what I dismissed as the network’s “goody-goody” era: when it seemed to take its mandate as a “kid network” seriously and (after the Ren and Stimpy debacle) shied away from genuinely cartoony material, favoring […]