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CW Shows Off Their Superheroes

CW Shows Off Their Superheroes

by Alex Beanon May 20, 2016
Now that Supergirl has moved into the neighborhood, CW is showing off the superheroes they have coming at you in the autumn… Video credit: CW Television Network Discuss on the Toonzone Forums
Steven Universe Returns At Last On May 12

Steven Universe Returns At Last On May 12

by Peter Paltridgeon April 25, 2016
Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe hasn’t seen a new episode since last January. There were rumors that the series wouldn’t resume until June or July, but fortunately those have been proven false by this: a new trailer announcing the return of Steven and the Gems on May 12. It’s a great trailer too. “Something doesn’t feel […]

The Pokemon Super Bowl Commercial Is Now Online

The Pokemon Super Bowl Commercial Is Now Online

by Peter Paltridgeon January 25, 2016
As we previously reported, Pokemon are headed to the Super Bowl to run a special ad touting the 20th anniversary of their existence. Now The Pokemon Company has released the ad itself in its entirety — and it’s longer than what we’ll get in two weeks. Below is the 60-second version of the ad; what […]
The Bat Is Dead, Bury It – New Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

The Bat Is Dead, Bury It – New Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

by Alex Beanon January 25, 2016
The newest television spot for the upcoming “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” [release date: March 25, 2016] features Henry Cavill as Superman passing along some unfortunate news to Ben Affleck as Batman in the form of a signature tag line [mirroring Affleck’s previous tag line about Superman bleeding]…

Supergirl Sneak Peek

Supergirl Sneak Peek

by Alex Beanon January 17, 2016
Supergirl [Melissa Benoist] has a little chat with Toyman [Henry Czerny] in this sneak peek of the upcoming episode of the CBS television series on January 18, 2016…
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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Stopped By Conan’s Place Last Night

by Peter Paltridgeon January 12, 2016
Noted astronomer Neil DeGrasse Tyson, who’s become the Face of Science these days (eat it, Bill Nye) had a chat with Conan O’Briel at his desk last night. Tyson made a few pointed comments on Star Wars, accurately diagnosed the age of the CONAN moon, and sincerely discussed the time he helped Superman find Krypton […]

Batman, Superman Exchange Pleasantries In New TV Spot

Batman, Superman Exchange Pleasantries In New TV Spot

by Alex Beanon January 10, 2016
Batman and Superman are at it once again. This time, the two petulant superheroes exchange pleasantries in a brief 30-second television trailer where Superman appears to have caused the Batmobile to crash after Batman presumably tries to run him down then looks disdainfully at the Caped Crusader before flying off and leaving an embittered Batman […]
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Sony’s PlayStation Vue Brings Outside In

by Alex Beanon December 5, 2015
Sony has established a partnership with Outside Television – the video network arm of outdoor lifestyle enthusiast publication, Outside Magazine – for Outside’s programming to become available on Sony’s PlayStation Vue video programming lineup. While the partnership covers only PlayStation users in the USA, for now, Outside Television’s videos will only be accessible in the […]

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Supergirl Gets Lucky Seven From CBS

by Alex Beanon November 30, 2015
“Supergirl” has received seven additional episodes from CBS to bring its total up to 20 episodes for what is essentially a full first season. The superhero television series starring Melissa Benoist in the title role got off to a solid start when it launched last month but ratings for the series have generally dropped as […]
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Activision Launches Studio For Film And TV Adaptions Of Its Properties

by Peter Paltridgeon November 6, 2015
Is Activision a big spender this week or what? They just threw down 5.9 billion dollars to buy phone game maker King, and now they’ve announced the formation of an entire movie studio. While most game companies license their characters to established production companies to get their properties on the big screen, that’s not how […]