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By Gareth Spriggs After almost 23 years, SEGA have decided to give its blue mascot a western retool. On February 6th, SEGA officially announced its new spin-off in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, Sonic Boom. The reboot, which consists of …
Digging into Adventure Time from all sorts of angles.
Monica’s Gang is one of the most successful comics around, and certainly America’s best selling comic. It just happens to mostly sell in South America. Brazil to be specific, around 400,000 an issue, though a recent “kiss” cover issue saw …
Dennis Barger, Co-Owner of Wonderworld Comics, Taylor, MI, writes, Let me start this letter out with a cliché…children are the future of this industry. If you do not subscribe to this philosophy, then you might as well stop reading right …
Craig McCracken, the creator of the Powerpuffs, isn’t involved but Cartoon Network are dabbling in bringing back Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup with a new special on January 20th.
Chakra The Invincible was a comic created with Stan Lee that debuted on Free Comic Book Day last May. A teenage boy from Mumai, who can tap into Hindu bodily energy through a suit that activates mystical wheels and generates …
In what seems like DC Nation déjà vu, new episodes of Beware the Batman have been pulled from Cartoon Network next weekend (repeats too). — NICK AND MORE (@nickandmore) October 20, 2013 Oh dear. Here we go again…
Mitch Watson explains the Batman shows that never were.
They don’t call him the Changing Man for nothing.
The best of DC Nation allows experimentation with both style and content. See a little of both in these short Wonder Woman toons.
Including stop motion by Aardman, some Japanese-style pseudo-anime, The Farm League and plenty more.
All sounds like “Up yours, Cartoon Network” to me.
Lots of good shows returning and new specials for Lego Yoda and Adventure Time’s Fionna & Cake.
We believe these are the new designs.
The bleep machine gets a work out.
Young Justice, Green Lantern and the whole DC Nation shebang return this Saturday for the first time since they just vanished without warning back in October.
And a Green Lantern producer responds.
DC wiped off the face of TV. Temporarily?