Marvel Hammers Out Thor Toon

With comic-book staple Thor set to hit the big screen in 2010, Marvel is set to exploit the property on TV as well. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel Animation is developing ... Continue Reading →

Batman Gets Bold ‘ New Pics!

The new animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold kicks off tonight (Nov. 14) at 8 p.m. on Cartoon Network. The Dark Knight teams up with other DC Comics heroes in this lighter, ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Has Ugly Americans

Comedy Central announced that it has commenced production on a pilot episode of Ugly Americans, an animated project about an alternate universe in New York City. The show is a spin-off ... Continue Reading →

Stan Lee, Showtime Out Gay Superhero

Legendary comic book creator Stan Lee is exec producing a Showtime series about a gay superhero. The hour-long series is based on the book Hero by Perry Moore, who is writing the pilot ... Continue Reading →

Cleveland Delayed by FOX

Family Guy fans will have to wait a while to see the animated show’s African American character get his own show. Daily Variety reports that Fox has moved the premiere of The ... Continue Reading →

CW Clips Robin’s Wings

DC Comics fans won’t be seeing Robin The Boy Wonder on the small screen as planned. Daily Variety reports that The CW and Warner Bros. TV have dropped the axe on The Graysons, ... Continue Reading →

Drinky Crow to Fly on Adult Swim

Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim will debut the new animated series The Drinky Crow Show on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 12:15 a.m. (ET/PT). The show is based on the popular comic strip Maakies ... Continue Reading →

Alphanim Sells Gawayn to Disney Latin America

Alphanim has sold its new animated series, Gawayn, to The Walt Disney Co. Latin America. Co-produced with Mondo TV France, Gawayn is Alphanim’s first series produced with the ... Continue Reading →

Adult Swim Expands with King of the Hill

The long-running animated primetime comedy King of the Hill has been in the news a lot lately with FOX’s decision to cancel it after its current season and ABC’s interest ... Continue Reading →

Coulier Replaces Moranis on Bob & Doug

A popular comedy team is reportedly being split up, at least in its animated incarnation. The Canadian Press brings word that Full House star Dave Coulier will replace Rick Moranis ... Continue Reading →