Emerald City Comic Con 2012 - The famous scenes of Star Wars as read by Kevin Conroy, Billy West, Tara Strong, Maurice LaMarche, John DiMaggio, Jess Harnell, and Rob Paulsen.
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Super Best Friends Forever premiered this more on Cartoon Networks DC Nation block. This show has been getting endless hype and mounting anticipation as it is the latest work produced by Cartoon Superstar Lauren Faust. But how good was it?
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Via a page of this week’s TV-Guide Lauren Faust posted on her DeviantArt page a good look at Super Best Friends Forever. Craziest thing is a bit of similarity I see in something else I’ve been enjoying the past few months. Namely the work of Mike Maihack on DeviantArt. Read the rest of this entry »
DC and Warner Bros. have finally announced there new Batman project they’ve been lining up since the announcement of Brave and the Bold’s final season. A CG animated show titled “Beware the Batman.” The poster features a “Golden Age” looking Batman with triangle-ish head, a gun toting Alfred and a young Katana as the main sidekick. Read the rest of this entry »
After a pretty stellar opening hour special the third ep “Ramlak Rising” left me a little flat. Nothing really happened in the main plot and the main characters acted pretty stupidly. The Kids and Mumm-ra were the best parts of it but the whole thing felt so off track. But this latest episode seriously pulled me back into the fray.
I’m squeeing very hard right now.
Superherohype.com announced yesterday that Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko (creators behind the series Avatar: The Last Airbender) in association with Nickelodeon Studios are creating a new sequel series in the Avatar universe titled The Legend of Korra.
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Here in Louisville a local movie theater Baxter owned by Apex Entertainment has a midnight showing event at least twice a month selecting hard-to-get movies, old classics, notoriously bad movies and cult favorites to showcase late at night for a nice cheap admission price. Tonight was a must see for me, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm.
The Batman and Robin and Dark Knight trailers prior to the movie really set the mood for an entertaining night. But what a treat it was to see this movie on the big screen again since I was a wee lad. Seeing the cornier bits along with the still upholding epic parts was awesome through and through. My brother and I were giddy as school kids even though we’d seen this movie a billion times before as kids and even a few times in our young adult years now.
A friend of mine turned me on to a youtube video that showcases a pilot episode of a series pitched to Nickelodeon in 2001 called Constant Payne. The show was written and created by Micah Wright and is an anime inspired steam-punk adventure series staring a young girl Amanda Payne daughter of a famous scientist/crime fighter Dr. Payne.
1000 Things Batman Can Do
#246 – Cure Vampirism
Blood sucking creatures of the night are no match for the great bat-detectives amazing scientific knowledge. A treacherous disease that has hounded the world of fiction and horror for over a century of story-telling cannot stand up to Batman’s continuity shattering chemistry set! And it’s not like he doesn’t have ample opportunity to test his skills out against the fanged fiends because in some way or another he is constantly tossed into battle with them.