Batman: The Brave and The Bold Leads New DVD Choices

One of Cartoon Network’s hot 2008 titles Batman: The Brave and the Bold makes its DVD debut today. However buyers should be warned that this Vol. 1 release only has four episodes ... Continue Reading →

D23 Expo Announces Final Schedule Details

Organizers of D23 Expo, which is described as the ultimate Disney fan event, have revealed the final details of the four day confab being held Sept. 10-13 at the Anaheim Convention ... Continue Reading →

Six Juried Award Emmy Winners Announced

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the six winners of juried awards for outstanding individual achievement in animation. These prizes will be presented at ... Continue Reading →

VIZ’s Monster to Terrorize Syfy

Naoki Urasawa’s animated series Monster is set to air on SyFy’s Ani-Mondays block this October. Based on the popular manga by Urasawa, Monster is a psychological suspense ... Continue Reading →

Casper to Fly on Nick India

Indian animation studio DQ Entertainment announced today that it has signed an exclusive broadcast deal with Viacom18′s children’s channel Nick for the CG-animated TV series ... Continue Reading →

New Little Airplane Shows Ready for Take Off

Little Airplane Productions (The Wonder Pets!, 3rd & Bird) will be taking two new animated preschool shows to the MipJunior and Mipcom markets in France this October. Created by ... Continue Reading →

New Clone Wars Season Kicks Off in October

Lucasfilm Animation and Cartoon Networks are promising that the second season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be even ‘bigger, bolder and more intense than ever!’ Fans ... Continue Reading →

Waking Sleeping Beauty to Premiere at Toronto

Don Hahn’s fascinating look at Disney studio’s animation revival of the mid-1980s will premiere at the Toronto International Festival in September. Titled Waking Sleeping ... Continue Reading →

Mary and Max Debuts on Sundance VOD

Adam Elliot’s award-winning stop-motion feature Mary and Max will debut on Sundance Channel’s video-on-demand service. This new service offers documentaries and international ... Continue Reading →

Fresnadillo May Go for BioShock

Have they not learned anything from the money vacuum that was the Halo movie? Well maybe they have. Variety reports that director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) is in talks ... Continue Reading →