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animaniacs

It’s Official: Animaniacs Is Coming Back To TV With New Episodes!

by Peter Paltridgeon January 4, 2018
How faboo is this? Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Entertainment are officially teaming back up to produce Animaniacs once again! Could you ask for a better start to the new year? Two seasons have been greenlit and are in production now. His Eminence Steven Spielberg will once again serve as executive producer, while Sam Register, […]
rick and morty

Rick And Morty Make Surprise Appearance At Deadmau5 Concert

by Peter Paltridgeon January 3, 2018
Cartoons, video games, comics — where will Rick and Morty turn up next? How about during a Deadmau5 concert? Over a minute of new material for the duo made a surprise appearance on the DJ’s monitors during a New Years celebration. The mad scientist and his unwilling grandson unwittingly counted down the seconds to 2018, […]

Tangled Queen for a Day

Review: “Tangled: The Series – Queen for a Day” – It’s Tough to Be the Queen

by Ed Liuon January 3, 2018
As much as I enjoyed the movie Tangled, I can’t say I ever thought it had franchise potential. Unfortunately, after watching the “Queen for a Day” extended episode of Tangled: The Series on DVD, I still don’t think it has a lot of franchise potential. The second release of the new Tangled series airing on […]

Steven Universe & Teen Titans Come Home In The New Year

by Peter Paltridgeon December 26, 2017
When will we see some new major releases for fan-favorite Cartoon Network originals? It was mostly a dry 2017, but is 2018 looking better? If the first month is any indication, yes, because two disc sets that have been in demand for quite some time are finally about to exist! Next month Steven Universe: The […]

rudolph

Original Rankin-Bass Rudolph On The Market For $10 Million

by Peter Paltridgeon December 22, 2017
How much would you pay for Rudolph? Got $10,000,000? One of the original figures used in the Rankin-Bass special is now on the market, and the seller wants a fortune for Christmas. To put it in perspective, the original Rudolph TV special is arguably the most famous stop-motion animated cartoon of all time. And of […]
DuckTales Woo-oo

Review: Woo-Hoo for the “DuckTales: Woo-oo!” DVD!

by Neo Yion December 19, 2017
However you feel about the overwhelming number of franchise revivals from the 80’s and 90’s, it’s a chance to dust off and update some of these old relics for the modern age. The best ones will be helm by those who have a keen understanding of it, capturing the spirit of the original while upgrading […]

adventure time

Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion Coming Spring 2018

by Peter Paltridgeon December 14, 2017
Dismayed at Cartoon Network’s current sidelining of Adventure Time, the now-iconic show that very well may be the only reason they still exist? You may not be able to see them on the CN schedule, but how about in a new video game? We’re not talking a cheap phone game. We’re referring to a fully […]

Nickelodeon’s The Adventures of Kid Danger to Premiere January 19, 2018

by slaion December 14, 2017
NICKELODEON’S NEW ORIGINAL ANIMATED SERIES, THE ADVENTURES OF KID DANGER, TO DEBUT FRIDAY, JAN. 19, AT 6:30 P.M. (ET/PT)   BURBANK, Calif.–Dec. 14, 2017– Henry Hart’s animated exploits as Kid Danger will unfold in Nickelodeon’s newest series, The Adventures of Kid Danger, premiering Friday, Jan. 19, at 6:30 p.m. (ET/PT). The 10-episode series follows the […]

Disney 21st Century Fox

Disney Acquires 21st Century Fox in $52.4 Billion Stock Deal

by Ed Liuon December 14, 2017
The Walt Disney Company has announced the acquisition of 21st Century Fox in a $52.4 billion stock deal, bringing The Simpsons, the Ice Age franchise, and James Cameron’s Avatar under the same umbrella as Mickey Mouse, Star Wars, and Marvel. It also promises to bring Marvel’s X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool movie franchises in the […]