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Toonzone Podcast Episode 2

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Your guides on this week’s magical mystery tour:

  • Ben Applegate, chief editor
  • Karl Olson, staff reviewer and podcast producer
  • Matthew Williams, graphics editor
  • Ian Lueck, a.k.a. Speedy Boris, staff reviewer

This week on the pod to the cast:

  • Miyazaki’s son directs Ghibli film: Nepotism… or nepotawesome?
  • How many cartoon n-words is too many?
  • Animated Oscar 2005: The year of stop-motion?
  • Feral grunting about Hellboy, Transformers and cheap shots at The Simpsons!

Next week, TZ sits down with Michael Reaves (Batman: The Animated Series, Gargoyles), Avi Melman of Cybergraphix Animation and voice actress Yeni Alvarez to talk about their new show Guardians of Luna!

Also upcoming, a podcast interview with animation scholar and toon watcher level 20 Jerry Beck!


So submit your questions for them and for us in text or MP3 format to news@toonzone.net, and stay tuned!

This week on the pod to the cast, TZ worries about the directorial debut of Miyazaki’s son and about the N-word on Cartoon Network, talks animated Oscar 2005, and grunts primitively about Hellboy, Transformers and The Simpsons!

TZ’s “experts” this week: Ben Applegate, chief editor; Karl Olson, staff reviewer and podcast producer; Matthew Williams, graphics editor, and Ian Lueck, a.k.a. Speedy Boris, staff reviewer.

Next week, TZ sits down with Michael Reaves (Batman: The Animated Series, Gargoyles), Avi Melman of Cybergraphix Animation and voice actress Yeni Alvarez to talk about their new show Guardians of Luna.

Also upcoming, a podcast interview with animation scholar and toon watcher level 20 Jerry Beck.

Submit your questions for them and for us in text or MP3 format to news@toonzone.net.

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