The Marvel Movie Universe is getting another entry in its straight-to-video animated film arm, this time teaming up one of its mightiest Avengers heroes, Black Widow, with The Punisher.
The new movie, titled Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher, brings the Japanese animation studio Madhouse back after its work on Iron Man: Rise of the Technovore last year. Dexter actress Jennifer Carpenter stars as Black Widow while seasoned voice actor Brian Bloom takes on the role of The Punisher. And all the rest of the Avengers are there, too. Check out the first teaser after the cut!
Two years after the first collaboration between the two companies debuted on Japanese television, Marvel and Madhouse are teaming up one more time for a new direct-to-home video project starring everyone's favorite armor-clad millionaire playboy, Iron Man: Rise of Technovore.The new movie will be written by Brandon A
It's been almost two years since the initial announcement of Marvel's X-Men, Wolverine, Iron Man and Blade Madhouse anime projects, but the line will finally come full circle as everybody's favorite vampire slayer's series debuts in Japan on July 1. Animax has launched a new website providing a look at th
Madhouse's X-Men anime finally kicked off in Japan on Friday, making the wait for G4's planned summer premiere in the US (which will also be joined by the Iron Man and Wolverine anime series) all the more excruciating for excited fans. Antsy otaku can take some comfort in
Madhouse showed off their flashy takes on Professor X, Cyclops, Wolverine, Storm, Beast and Armor in the trailer for the upcoming X-Men anime, but now Japan's Animax and Marvel.com are giving fans a closer, more mellow look at the series with a new official poster image, character art and stills. Rea
We got a glimpse of them in footage released last month, but now we know exactly what the X-Men will look like and who's providing their voices in the new anime series from Madhouse. Released this week by the Animax channel is a character design graphic featuring Cyclops, Wolverine, Storm, Beast and Professor X as
Funimation's recent release of Madhouse's Summer Wars is the latest cinematic stab at crossing Japanese anime over to a North American audience. Anime features and series aimed at the current, insular anime audience have been staples for years, but titles that click with those who aren't inherent otaku are few and far between. Summer
Iron Man and Wolverine have been getting their turns at anime adaptations from Madhouse, but now it's the X-Men's time to shine... and blast, and slash, and shoot lightning magically. Animax has posted a new streaming commercial of the series, showing off the merry Marvel mutant's adventures, which debut in Japan on
A cursory glance at the front page of popular anime streaming site Crunchyroll will give you a pretty good idea of what the anime industry looks like in 2010. The industry is fairly well dominated by by-the-numbers shonen
An all-new trailer of Warner Bros. Animation/Madhouse's upcoming anime series based on the hit CW show "Supernatural" just hit the web, and for all you fans out there who just audibly groaned with delight at that news, settle down -- it actually looks really cool
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