Building a Better Godzilla

Effects crew emphasizes the drama in the classic monster ... Continue Reading →

EXCLUSIVE: Perseverance Earns ‘War of the Worlds: Goliath’ Limited Theatrical Release

You can’t talk about War of the Worlds — the seminal H.G. Wells science-fiction novel ... Continue Reading →

The Mixel Invasion Has Begun!

Cartoon Network and LEGO join forces to introduce the world to cute, collectible monsters called Mixels. Last summer, right around Comic-Con, ... Continue Reading →

New ‘Sailor Moon’ Details Announced at N.Y. Comic Con

Toei Animation’s new Sailor Moon series will be subtitled in 10 languages. Fans were told the news at the recent Comic-Con in New York by Kodansha USA’s general manager ... Continue Reading →

‘Transformers Prime’ 3rd Season Ready to Blast Off

Transformers Prime fans of all ages can add a new item to their holiday wish lists as Shout! Factory and Hasbro Studios release Transformer Prime: Season Three – Beast Hunters on ... Continue Reading →

Adult Swim Releases Schedule for N.Y. Comic-Con

Adult Swim has announced its list of panels and talent signings for fan-favorite series The Venture Bros., Robot Chicken, The Heart, She Holler, Eagleheart, Rick and Morty, and China, ... Continue Reading →
Phineas & Ferb

What Happened to Disney’s Phineas & Ferb Movie?

Phineas & Ferb made a big splash this past Friday (Aug. 16) as their much-anticipated special Marvel heroes’ crossover special episode premiered on Disney Channel. However, ... Continue Reading →

‘Brickleberry’ Season 2 Premieres Sep. 3

Comedy Central’s dysfunctional animated forest rangers are returning for more outdoorsy antics as the channel debuts season two of Brickleberry on September 3 at 10:30 p.m. Produced ... Continue Reading →

D23 Expo to Offer Peeks at ‘Frozen,’ ‘Good Dinosaur’

Forget Comic-Con. The big toon fan experience will be happening at Disney’s D23 Expo, planned for August 9–11 at the Anaheim Convention Center. The event will feature a special ... Continue Reading →

Old Visitor from Another Planet

One of the themes of the 2013 Comic-Con, which ended last week, was the 75th anniversary of the most popular space alien of American culture: Kal-El of Krypton, a.k.a. Superman. Superman ... Continue Reading →