Ever since that massively eyebrowed miser Simon Stagg showed up on the first episode of Cartoon Network's Beware the Batman, I've been waiting for the show to follow up and introduce Stagg's ever-present nemesis/potential son-in-law, Metamorpho, The Element Man! Now, it seems the wait is over: In this week's episode, Batman goes toe-to-toe with the one and only Rex Mason!
Check out a clip (and learn a little history about the fabulous E-Man) below!
This Saturday's DC Nation block on Cartoon Network sees the first in a series of Metal Men animated shorts devised by cartoonists and animation veterans Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer. I confess the allure of Robert Kanigher and Ross Andru's intelligent robots whose personalities reflect the properties of their desig
Famed turntablist and DJ Mix Master Mike is known for his solo work, his long career as a contributing member of the Beastie Boys and collaborator with musicians like Travis Barker... to most teens and adults. To younger kids? Well, he may just wind up being known as the musician who made Puffy AmiYumi's 2002-2006 Teen Titans theme song a little easier to dance to for Cartoon Network's new Teen Titans Go!animated series on DC Nation. Taking the stage during the show's Sunday morning panel at Comic-Con last weekend, Mix Master Mike performed the show's new jam while on stage with producer Aaron Horvath and voice actors Scott Menville (Robin), Greg Cipes (Beast Boy), Tara Strong (Raven) and Khary Payton (Cyborg). As the moderator of the panel, CA's own Andy Khouri was on stage to capture Mix Master Mike's performance up close and catch the audience's enjoyment as the cast danced in celebration. You can watch the master at work, after the jump.
Can an animated project count as your "summer jam"? Because that's what Robert Valley's "Wonder Woman" shorts for DC Nation feel like to us. Almost revelatory in their coolness, these animated features present the amazon princess like she's never been seen before, but in suc
Obviously we remain despondent by the cancelation of Disney XD's groundbreaking and increasingly addictive animated series TRON: Uprising, but the sting of losing that most cool of cartoons has been soothed considerably by the knowledge that in its wake has come something perhaps even cooler. What's happened is that TRON designer and comic book artist Robert Valleyhooked up with Warner Bros. Animation to produce what's plainly going to be the next fan favorite from the already formidable DC Nation shorts campaign: Wonder Woman.
Upcoming: Marvel has released a closer look at its Free Comic Book Day 2013 lead-in by Jonathan Hickman and Jim Cheung to its Thanos-centric Infinity miniseries launching in August.
Amethyst's DC Comics outlet in Sword of Sorcery may have been canceled, but fans of the sword-swinging, winged horse-riding princess still have one more animated adventure to catch as part of the Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld series of DC Nation shorts on Cartoon Network. The heroine's sixth and final "level" will air this Saturday, March 2, and you can see a clip of Amethyst's big boss battle -- and catch
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how great it was that the "DC Nation" shorts on Cartoon Network put a spotlight onto some of DC's lesser-known properties (like Amethyst), but occasionally, they swerve into entirely new takes on the stuff that's already popular. Case in point
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