Charlie Brown, Surrogates Come Home

Coming to DVD this week for the first time is Peanuts: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Warner Bros. $19.98). This animated special first aired in 1985 and adapts the 1967 stage ... Continue Reading →

Aramaki Talks Halo Legends Episode

Much like The Animatrix and Batman: Gotham Knight before it, Halo Legends ‘ due out Feb. 16 from Warner Home Video ‘ will feature seven animated episodes set in the universe ... Continue Reading →

Toei Signs Latin American Deals for Dragon Ball, Digimon

Toei Animation has completed at NATPE deals that will bring popular anime series Dragon Ball and Digimon to Latin America. Chile’s Megavision TV picked up the broadcast rights ... Continue Reading →

Moonscoop Sends Chloe’s Closet to France, Spain

Moonscoop has scored broadcast deals in France and Spain for its prescool animated series Chloe’s Closet. The deals will see the show appear on France Television, Disney Channel ... Continue Reading →

Fictory Animating Atomic Robo Short Film

The comic-book series Atomic Robo is being adapted into a short animated film by Pennsylvania-based Fictory. The short film, titled Atomic Robo: Last Stop will be directed by Joseph ... Continue Reading →

Shatner to Host Annie Awards

The Annie Awards are setting their phasers on stun, having tapped William Shatner to host its 37th annual awards ceremony. Shatner is best known as the original Captain James T. Kirk ... Continue Reading →

Up Takes PGA Toon Award

The Disney-Pixar film Up added another notch to its awards belt by taking home the Producers Guild of America award for best animated feature. Up beat out 9, Coraline, Fantastic Mr. ... Continue Reading →

Avatar Still Reigns, Passes Dark Knight

Another weekend, another box-office victory for Avatar, passing The Dark Knight to become the No. 2 all-time domestic grossing movie. The James Cameron film, released by Fox, grossed ... Continue Reading →

Toon Boom Cuts Software Prices

Software maker Toon Boom Animation has cut the prices on its products to make them affordable to professional animators and students affected by the recession. The main price changes ... Continue Reading →

Up Leads Animated Pics for BAFTA Noms

Coraline, Fantastic Mr. Fox and Up all made the cut as nominees the BAFTA Award for best animated feature, securing their status as awards season front-runners. Up earned a total of ... Continue Reading →