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Top 5 Things I Want to See in the Next "G.I. Joe" Cartoon

by Ed Liuon March 29, 2013
On October 10, 2010, Hasbro and Discovery Networks officially launched The Hub Network, with two crown jewels of Hasbro’s licensing crown getting animated TV shows soon afterwards: Transformers Prime rebooting the robots in disguise and G.I. Joe Renegades taking a fresh look at Hasbro’s Real American Heroes. However, while the Transformers are thriving on the […]
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Top 5 Best and Worst G.I. Joe Characters

by Juu-kuchion March 27, 2013
Like it’s counterpart series The Transformers, G.I. Joe is renowned to have a massive roster of heroes and villains, each with their own defining traits in both aesthetics and personality. Ranging from the highly memorable to the patently absurd, there is no shortage of characters in the everlasting battle to protect human freedom (or eliminate […]

Top 5 Martial Arts Fights of Animation

by Ed Liuon May 11, 2010
Hit with emotional content! Below, we’ve selected our picks for the Top 5 Animated Martial Arts Fights. Our main standard for judgment was that these fights had to work as both “Animation” and “Martial Arts.” It wasn’t enough for a bout to be well-choreographed and well-animated if it could have been done as well or […]

Top 5 Martial Artists of Animation

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison May 3, 2010
There have been many martial artists in animation. Some of these characters are the perfect embodiment of stealth and cunning, others wield remarkable power, and still others are remarkably skilled and look spectacularly awesome on the screen. As tough as it is to choose, the following is a list of five particularly impressive animated martial […]

Gundam Week: Top 5 Gundam Series

by Lelouchon March 14, 2010
As mentioned before, Gundam has been around for quite some time. It has managed to produce several different series with different styles, characters, and of course mobile suits. Some left the viewers wanting more, whether it be due to a weak plot, characters you couldn’t care for, or simply because the action wasn’t entertaining. Others, […]

Voice Actor for a Weekend: Top 5 More Lessons from Bob Bergen's Advanced Class

by Ed Liuon December 5, 2009
Last year, I took a beginner voice acting class with Bob Bergen when he brought it to New York City, and had so much fun doing it that I wanted to take his advanced class this year. Luckily, taking Bob’s class last year fooled him into thinking that I was qualified for the advanced class. […]

Toons of the 2000s: Top 5 Nicktoons

by Dudleyon November 25, 2009
 Go back to the Toons of the 2000s Intro.  Here we are, at the close of the second decade of Nicktoons. The first began in 1991 with Doug, Rugrats, and The Ren and Stimpy Show, three shows that are not only well-remembered, but whose memory lasted long after their initial run through spin-offs, movies, and changes of […]

Toons of the 2000s: Top 5 Anime That Made It To U.S. TV

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison November 22, 2009
 Go back to the Toons of the 2000s Intro.  Through all the ups and downs, the 2000’s have been a remarkable decade of opportunity for dedicated fans of Japanese animation. The success of Cartoon Network’s Toonami block was soon followed by other programming that featured anime. For a time, the former TechTV hosted its own Anime […]

Toons of the 2000s: Top 5 Animated Shorts

by Adam Tyneron November 18, 2009
Go back to the Toons of the 2000s Intro. Short films – that’s where the good stuff is. Sure, TV series and feature films get the mainstream glory, but they are – to crib shamelessly from Ambrose Bierce – merely short films padded. Just look at the things! Ideas good and bad alike get stretched mercilessly […]

Toons of the 2000s: Intro

by Eileen Cruzon November 8, 2009
Like what you’ve seen so far? Don’t forget to follow us on twitter. Blog and news updates are posted daily. Here we are, just a short while away from closing out the decade. It brings upon us a time of reflection, contemplation and lists. Tons and tons of lists and opinion articles. With this being […]