In his time working in animation, Giancarlo Volpe has worked on some of my all-time favorite cartoons. As a writer, director and animator, he worked on Avatar: The Last Airbender (including directing the pretty phenomenal series finale), King of the Hill, and most recently as the director of the JLA Adventures: Trapped In Time movie. As a result, you'd think he'd know a little something about how to make an exciting and enjoyable animated series, right? But it seems that even he can learn a lot from a focus group!
At least, that was the opinion of the studio during Volpe's time as the showrunner for Green Lantern: The AnimatedSeries, when he attended his first focus group run by the studio. On his tumblr, Volpe recounted the experience in the form of a comic featuring an appearance by Bruce Timm, and to say the least, it does not sound like a fun time. Read a few pages below!
Cartoon Network has pulled Beware the Batman off the air, even though it's only been part of its Saturday morning schedule since mid-July. The next episode, which was scheduled for this Saturday, won't be running.
Fans can hold out a little hope, though: Anthony Ruivivar, the actor who voices Batman on the show, Tweeted that it may return in January.
Ahead of its presentation to advertisers and promotional partners -- known in television as "upfronts" -- Cartoon Network confirmed what new and returning series will be on the slate for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. While such ComicsAlli
If you dug last week's debut of Amethyst: Princess of Gemworldduring the DC Nation program block, it looks like you can expect a second equally fantastical installment this Saturday on Cartoon Network. Entitled "Level 2: Village of the Frogs," the new short continues Amethyst's videogame-y adven
The shorts in this weekend's DC Nation on Cartoon Network are all about the education: When Aquaman is out of town, who better to deal with the dangers of the aquatic Black Manta than a hero who swims with the fishes (literally)? And just what kind of sports does Superman like?
Alongside another installment of the Aardman Animation vox populi series DC's World's Funnest -- Although, judging from this clip, isn't this a re-run of the first episode? -- this Saturday will see a second episode of the ridiculously fun Animal Man shorts, this time seeing him face-off against Aquaman's arch-nemesis in a showdown to reveal who the true hero of the beach really is:
As well as these two shorts, there'll also be full length episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series (including the origin of a new Red Lantern) and Young Justice, with the latter seeing the one thing standing between the Earth and an alien invasion being Beast Boy. Yeah, we're probably all going to be in trouble come Sunday...
For those who weren't sufficiently impressed by the animated debuts of Super Best Friends Forever or Plastic Man because they weren't quite obscure enough, it's possible that this Saturday's DC Nation on Cartoon Network will bring a smile to
Even though the live action Green Lantern movie wasn't necessarily everyone's favorite, Hal Jordan has nonetheless been in need of some serious kids' meal toy redemption since last summer's GL movie tote bag offerings from Subway
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