Did you hear the news? Adam Strange is going to make an appearance in Future Quest, and the Suicide Squad is going to team with the Banana Splits! Plus, Booster Gold is gonna have a yabba-dabba-doo time in March!
DC has announced that it will release a free, full-color preview of the all-new Hanna-Barbera comics on May 11th.
Last week, DC Entertainment announced it was launching a whole new line of comics based on Warner Bros. Entertainment’s Hanna-Barbera properties. Some radically updated characters and settings, while more seem toned down. But, because this is the Internet, the only opinion that matters is YOURS! VOTE!
DC Comics has announced it is rebooting Scooby-Doo, and in the process it is also bringing comic readers the adventures of Johnny Quest, The Flintstones, and Space Ghost.
Yogi Bear is the latest in an seemingly endless stream of movies that will mesh live action with CGI characters ala Scooby-Doo.Â Eric Brevig is directing the script written by Joshua Sternin and Jeffrey Ventimilia based on the Hanna-Barbera series from the 1960’s.Â Â As you might expect Yogi and side-kick Boo Boo will menace Jellystone Park and Ranger Smith in the search for picnic baskets.Â Expect a bunch of silliness when the movie hits December 17, 2010.
While some of you may not be fans of the live action Scooby-Doo movies, I wonder if you feel the same way about the announcement there’s a Hong Kong Phooey live action flick in the works? Project’s an adaptation of the 1970s Hanna-Barbera animated TV series, about a police station janitor who becomes a dog with mystical powers, including the ability to do kung fu. The movie is being produced by Brett Ratner, Jay Stern, Broderick Johnson, and Andrew Kosove. I wonder how this movie will play out.Â Will it be live action with a CGI dog?Â I’d be up
The animated duo of Tom and Jerry are headed to the big screen for a live action adaptation of the classic cartoon series. Studio-based Dan Lin, currently producing the upcoming “Sherlock Holmes” and exec producer on “Terminator: Salvation,” will adapt the classic Hanna-Barbera property as an origin story that reveals how Tom and Jerry first meet and form their rivalry before getting lost in Chicago and reluctantly working together during an arduous journey home. The cat and mouse will get the CGI treatment much like the animated critters in Garfield and Alvin and the Chipmunks.Â Before you toss this idea