Posts Tagged ‘Samurai jack’
Rub your eyes and look again: you’re not dreaming, this is happening. Samurai Jack will return at an unspecified time next year with all-new episodes on Toonami. Everything you want to hear is in this announcement: the season will continue the storyline from where it left off; Genndy Tartakovsky himself will be executive producer (guess […]
IDW Teams with Cartoon Network for Comics Based on “Dexter’s Lab,” “Powerpuff Girls,” “Ben 10,” and More
IDW Publishing has announced a partnership with Cartoon Network to turn several shows from the network’s stable of TV shows into comic books. Titles named in the press release include The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Jack, Johnny Bravo, and Generator Rex. Announcements on specific titles and creative teams are forthcoming.
Boomerang will begin airing Samurai Jack on August 3, 2009, seven days a week at 11:00 PM (Eastern). The Emmy-winning Cartoon Network original series by Genndy Tartakovsky (Dexter’s Laboratory) followed the title character and his battles against the evil shapeshifting demon Aku in a dysfunctional future filled with bounty-hunting killer robots, strange alien creatures, and […]
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 […]
Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed Fred Seibert, head of the Frederator animation studio. Seibert describes a number of projects in progress, including a Samurai Jack movie, a project based on the Neverhood video game, an anthology film called Seven Deadly Sins, and the Random Cartoons short series for Nickelodeon.
In honor of Mother’s Day, the staff of Toon Zone News decided to put together a list of the top 5 animated mothers. This turned out to be a surprisingly challenging task. Single-parent families and orphans appear with great regularity in animation, and those parental figures that do make it into the final products are […]