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Donald Glover to Play Miles Morales Spider-Man

by Ed Liuon August 26, 2014
Actor Donald Glover is set to play Spider-Man in an upcoming episode of Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors on Disney XD. In the series, Peter Parker travels between realities in pursuit of the Green Goblin, trying to prevent the Goblin from acquiring DNA samples from alternate universe Spider-Men. Glover will voice Miles Morales, the character who […]

The Legends of Oz – Dorothy’s Return DVD Released

by Alex Beanon August 26, 2014
Roger Baum is the great-grandson of L. Frank Baum – the originator of “The Wizard of Oz” and Roger wrote books about the Land of Oz as well. The movie “The Legends of Oz – Dorothy’s Return” is based on those books and the animated musical voice-stars Lea Michele in the title role along with […]

Sundance Shorts The Obvious Child

Sundance Animated Shorts Coming to Theaters Starting September 26, 2014

by Ed Liuon August 26, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter notes that the Sundance Film Festival is rolling out a 95-minute program of animated shorts to theaters, set to premiere at the Sundance Sunset Cinemas in Los Angeles on September 26, 2014. More dates and cities are to be announced in the coming weeks. The program will include 4 shorts from the […]
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Amazon Studios Greenlights Five New Kids’ Series Pilots

by Ed Liuon August 26, 2014
Deadline.com covers the announcement from Amazon Studios of five new childrens’ series, set to premiere in 2015. The five will include three animated and two live-action series. The animated series are: Buddy: Tech Detective from writer Jennifer Hamburg (Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood): “an exciting preschool whodunit that follows super-sleuth Buddy, his incredibly organized best friend Trudy, […]

Review: “Robotics;Notes Part One” – A Slow-Burn With Little Fire

by macattackon August 26, 2014
Production I.G. had two shows premiere on Fuji TV’s noitamina block in Japan on October 11, 2012. One was Psycho-Pass, and the other is Robotics;Notes. The two shows could not be any more different. Psycho-Pass is a dreary look at the future, a cyberpunk dystopia that is ever so thinly veiled as a utopia. Robotics;Notes looks at the […]
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“Song of the Sea” Opens Theatrically on December 19, 2014, in NYC and Toronto

by Ed Liuon August 26, 2014
GKIDS ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN RELEASE DATE FOR SONG OF THE SEA OPENING THEATRICALLY DECEMBER 19 IN NEW YORK & TORONTO From the Academy Award®-Nominated Filmmakers of THE SECRET OF KELLS NEW YORK (August 25, 2014) – GKIDS, the distributor of award-winning animation for both adult and family audiences, proudly announces Friday, December 19th as the […]

The Legend of Korra – “Enter the Void” – Episode 38 Recap

by Neo Yion August 25, 2014
Korra undertakes a desperate plan to save the Airbenders. With time and options nearly spent, Korra devises a last minute plan to save the Airbenders and simultaneously keep her out of the Red Lotus’ hands. One wrong move could mean the loss of Tenzin, his family, and his people. Zaheer and his cronies are smart […]

Marvel Skipping the “Big Hero 6” Movie Party

by Ed Liuon August 22, 2014
Although Disney’s upcoming animated feature Big Hero 6 is based on a Marvel Comics superhero team (and comic book mini-series of the same name), The Hollywood Reporter states that Marvel is not planning any tie-ins to the movie, citing the lack of any Big Hero 6 tie-ins for the November 2014 advance solicitations (when the […]

Liz Holman, Animator, 1953 – 2014

by Ed Liuon August 22, 2014
A paid obituary in the Los Angeles Times reports that Emmy-winning animator Liz Holman has passed away at the age of 61. Holman had battled cancer for a long time. After earning an MFA in Film Graphics from the prestigious Cal Arts academy in 1979, Holman worked in the animation industry for 25 years at […]