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Axe Cop: American Choppers Is Coming From Dark Horse And You Can ‘Ask Axe Cop’ – The Bleeding Cool Interview With Ethan Nicholle
Brace yourselves: you’ll soon have another format in which to experience the phenomenon of Malachai and Ethan Nicholle’s world of Axe Cop. Dark Horse will be bringing a new Axe Cop comic series called Axe Cop: American Choppers to print …
Are you a big fan of Batman: The Animated Series but haven’t has a chance to pick them up on DVD? Maybe you have a friend who is just getting into comics and you want to wow them with one …
Obviously understanding the time it’s going to take to do this right, Warner Bros. have announced that their sequel to The Lego Movie won’t be in US cinemas for over three years.
Kanan seems to be the Mal Reynolds of Star Wars Rebels. What goes around, comes around, I suppose.
Senior Cosplay Correspondent and Bleeding Cosplay columnist Ian Mageto reviews the New DC animated film Justice League War, out today! And as bonus–he reviews the costume changes for characters featured in the movie. You can follow Ian’s ‘Comics and …
This is the most exciting thing I’ve seen on the internet in weeks.
I do believe somebody has gotten ahold of the wrong end of the stick.
First Look At Pixar’s Party Central, The Monsters University Spin-Off That Will Play With Muppets Most Wanted
Party Central was going to be released with The Good Dinosaur, but seeing as that film has been shuffled down the schedule, this short has now been paired with Muppets.
I don’t know why Disney didn’t release this Oswald the Lucky Rabbit short in the West.
During the coverage of Tiger Woods’ infidelities, the West became hooked on the news and current affairs cartoons of Next Media Animation. Now they’re mucking about with CG dinosaurs for a Jurassic World trailer.
It’s not only Tom Hanks who can play at being Walt Disney.
It hasn’t been officially announced. In fact, right now, Bleeding Cool has been the only one announcing it. But Steve Wacker, senior editor on the Spider-Man line at Marvel is moving to Marvel Animation. Before we ran a piece, Arune …
It’s painstaking work, to be sure, and fascinating to see how it all comes together.
On the unusual, specific role of the producer in a Disney animation and the tight crunch to get Frozen made when a whole year was lopped off the schedule.
Here’s this weekend’s elaborate couch gag for The Simpsons. Sticking to the events of The Hobbit allows them the opportunity to do Lord of the Rings later, I guess.
My weakness for smart asses and time travel yarns put this film pretty high on my anticipation list.
According to Disney’s current release calendar, we won’t see Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur until November 2015. That’s a mighty long time.
It certainly has a charming pair of lead characters.