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Animation Abroad – BES Animation’s Kitty Is Not A Cat

by Joshua Baileyon April 10, 2018
In 2009, The Amazing World Of Gumball was first announced. I fell in love with the show right away and I followed its development as closely as I could, regularly doing numerous searches online for any scrap of information about it. When it premiered in 2011, I was not disappointed, and the show went on […]

Anime Limited Announces “Code Geass” Films For UK Release; First Film In Cinemas This Month

by Grant Whiteon March 4, 2018
Anime Limited, in partnership with National Amusements, have announced they have licensed the Code Geass anniversary movies for release in the United Kingdom. The trilogy of films are being created like many such compilation movies in the Sunrise library, repurposing footage from the original television version alongside a selection of new footage/scenes and a brand […]

Oscar Academy Award Best Animated Short Film

Review: The 2018 Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts

by slaion March 2, 2018
This year, Shorts.TV provided numerous venues, besides going to the theater, for everyone to enjoy this year’s Oscar nominated animated shorts offerings which include on-demand via the various cable and satellite companies and online, so there really is no excuse not to watch them anymore. This year’s batch is a lot less dark than the […]
The Breadwinner

Review: “The Breadwinner” Reveals Harsh Realities

by slaion February 28, 2018
I admit I was a bit reluctant to even watch The Breadwinner because it definitely is not your typical happy go-lucky kiddie animated movie. Like Schindler’s List in animated form, it was a very eye-opening experience and a must-watch, especially now. The Breadwinner tells the tale of a girl named Parvana and her struggling family […]

Hands On At Bandai Namco UK With “Ni no Kuni II”, “Soulcalibur VI”, “Little Witch Academia” & “New Gundam Breaker”

by Grant Whiteon February 25, 2018
This past Wednesday I was invited to represent Toonzone at a special evening hosted by Bandai Namco UK, allowing attendees to get hands on with the current builds of four major upcoming games. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom I’ve never really got into the RPG scene for one reason or another. However they hold […]
Space Chickens in Space

CAKE, Anima, and Studio Moshi Start Production of “Space Chickens in Space” for Disney EMEA and Channel 9 Australia

by Ed Liuon February 20, 2018
CAKE, ÁNIMA AND STUDIO MOSHI PARTNER WITH DISNEY EMEA AND CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA ON SPACE CHICKENS IN SPACE 20 February 2018 London-based kids’ entertainment specialist CAKE, Mexico-based leading animation outfit Ánima and Australian animation producer Studio Moshi have announced the production start of their new surreal comedy animation series Space Chickens in Space for commissioning […]

Early Man

Review: “Early Man” – Surprisingly Conventional

by Ed Liuon February 16, 2018
I’ve long felt that Aardman Animation never got the attention it deserves among the general American public, remaining cult favorites among cartoon aficionados while lesser work from bigger studios got the blockbuster box office and pop culture mindshare. Unfortunately, I’m not sure that Early Man, the latest feature from the studio, will do very much […]

“The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia Giveaway”

by Zeddon January 31, 2018
From BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe comes The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia. In conjunction, toonzone is giving away a Seven Deadly Sins figurine to one lucky United Kingdom resident. Based on the hit manga, The Seven Deadly Sins by Nabaka Suzuki, the game allows players to enjoy stories of adventure while experiencing all of […]

Disney Pixar Coco

Disney/Pixar’s “Coco” Comes to Digital on February 13, 2017; Blu-ray and Ultra HD on February 27

by Ed Liuon January 15, 2018
Host an Unforgettable Family Reunion in Your Home! Disney•Pixar’s COCO Crosses Over Digitally in HD, 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere on Feb. 13 and 4K Ultra HD™ & Blu-ray™ on Feb. 27 The critically acclaimed animated film celebrates the importance of family, honoring your ancestors and following your dreams, and includes extensive extras for […]
Michelle Creber My Little Pony the Movie

Multi-Talented Michelle Creber on Being a Pony for “My Little Pony: The Movie”

by Ed Liuon January 10, 2018
Michelle Creber has an incredibly intimidating acting resume for someone who just turned 18. The actor, singer, dancer, musician, song-writer and voiceover artist has numerous TV shows, movies, stage productions, and music albums under her belt, ranging from voiceover roles as Lucy in Peanuts motion comics, Alice in PBS Kids’ Martha Speaks, and Wendy in […]