Brain Zoo Works on Marvel’s ‘Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United’

Brain Zoo Studios and Marvel Television collaborated for the first time on the new direct to DVD/Blu-ray animated feature, Marvel’s Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United. The studios ... Continue Reading →

The Jurassic Beasts Are Back!

Walking ... Continue Reading →

‘Justice League: War’ Gets NYC Premiere

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and The Paley Center for Media will be presenting the world premiere of the new DC Universe Animated Original Movie, Justice League: War, in New York ... Continue Reading →

‘Adventure Time’ Season 3 Comes Home in February

Cartoon Network will be offering up a brand spankin’ new set of Penn Ward’s Emmy-winning animated comedy on DVD and Blu-ray on February 25, 2014. Adventure Time: The Complete ... Continue Reading →

Betty Boop Takes a Lickin’

Remember when animation professionals used to take pains to argue that animation was not simply a children’s entertainment medium? Neither do the studios. But during the feature ... Continue Reading →

Scooby-Doo Teams Up with WWE in New Movie

Scooby-Doo and his loyal mystery-solving pals are getting into WrestleMania! That’s right the popular Hanna-Barbera characters are joining forces with WWE in a new animated Warner ... Continue Reading →

Hulu Streams English Dub of VIZ Media’s ‘K’

VIZ Media’s intriguing animated psychological thriller K has begun its free run on Hulu and the Hulu Plus subscription service. The complete series (13 episodes) debuted today ... Continue Reading →

Global TV News Bytes

+ Studio 100 will be gathering honey in yet another territory as its CG animated series Maya the Bee (78 x 12) will be flitting to U.K. channel Tiny Pop, starting January 6. The show, ... Continue Reading →

PBS Kids Orders More ‘WordGirl’

Scholastic Media has announced a new production order from PBS KIDS for 26 more episodes of Emmy-winning kids series WordGirl. The show, produced by Scholastic’s animation studio ... Continue Reading →

‘Mary Poppins,’ ‘The Hole’ Added to Film Registry

Disney’s Mary Poppins, the Hubley’s animated short The Hole and sci-fi epic Forbidden Planet are among the 25 titles added to the National Film Registry of the Library of ... Continue Reading →