Three days after world premiere of Batman: The Killing Joke at Comic Con International, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Fathom Events will bring the animated feature to theaters.
Voltron Legendary Defender premieres on Netflix on Friday, and I know a number of you are excited about the animated series. Ahead of the release, we have a look at three of the villains our heroes will face in the first season.
Over the years, I’ve seen a number of talented artists and animators take interviews with famous people and animate them to create a thoroughly engaging experience. Such is the case with Blank on Blank who has given Rod Serling the animated treatment.
PRESS RELEASE: VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), a premier company in the field of publishing, animation distribution, and global entertainment licensing, has acquired the production and licensing rights to develop an original animated series based on the Japanese children’s property, GAKKIMALS.
PRESS RELEASE: In celebration of Nickelodeon’s 25 years of animation, the network is talking cartoons with its first-ever podcast, Nickelodeon Animation Podcast, launching today on iTunes, SoundCloud, YouTube and nickanimationpodcast.com.
If you listened to Zach on Film from a couple of weeks ago (if you haven’t listen now, we’ll wait), one of the movies we are looking forward to later this year is Kubo and the Two Strings from director Travis Knight. A new trailer has landed online and after looking it over, you’ll see what it is on our must watch list.
PRESS RELEASE: DC Super Hero Girls is back! Season two of the bi-weekly webseries debuted today on the DC Super Hero Girls website and YouTube channel, and the Super Hero High roster has gained some new faces.
PRESS RELEASE: VIZ Media delivers a special treat to U.S. anime fans as it announces the digital premiere of the latest season of SAILOR MOON CRYSTAL on April 4th on both VIZ Media’s streaming platform and Hulu.
PRESS RELEASE: Nickelodeon and California State University, Fullerton’s Begovich Gallery present “Happy Happy Joy Joy: 25 Years of Creator-Driven Animation,” an exhibit that goes behind the scenes and into the minds of the creators who ushered in a new era of groundbreaking animation on TV, beginning in 1991 with the launch of Doug, Rugrats, The Ren & Stimpy Show, and continuing on with landmark hits like Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold!, SpongeBob SquarePants and more. The public retrospective exhibition will be open from April 16 through May 22 at Begovich Gallery located on the Fullerton campus. Admission is free.
Who didn’t love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series from the 80s? Okay, granted, kids who were born in the last decade or those who were too young to watch the show when it originally aired, probably could care less. Those same people may have mad love for the current Nickelodeon TMNT series that has been running for the last couple of years. Now the generations can finally come together as the greatest TMNT teams of two different centuries crossover this month.
This weekend, Walt Disney Animation Studios released Zootopia on the world, and the box office responded with ticket sales that broke Frozen’s 2013 $67.4 million debut. The feature films take on bias and stereotypes was well received by everyone at the Major Spoilers HQ, and many Spoilerites gave their thumbs up as well. What did you think?