Repeating the formula from its highly bloggable Batman: The Animated Series Rises video, The Hub has enlisted the original voice cast of Superman: The Animated Series to help recreate the Man of Steel theatrical trailer almost shot for shot using clips from the classic cartoon.
The United States of America was expected to meet its sad end this past weekend when The Hub network debuted its new animated children's series SheZow. The Australian/Canadian cartoon, which already debuted in other, less delicate countries without causing social disorder, is about a boy with a superhero secret identity. The shocking twist that almost brought America to its knees is that his superhero secret identity is female.
Perhaps taking a cue from the Internet's instinct to remix and mash-up things with other things, The Hub cable network has released a new advertisement in support of an upcoming programming block of Batman: The Animated Series -- the classic cartoon to which many ComicsAlliance contributors owe their livelihoods -- that recuts clips from the show to match up with the The Dark Knight Rises trailer. But what sets this clip apart from other montages edited to
The world may just have gotten its head around the existence of Bronies, but following the successful revival of My Little Pony, the next ironic/totally unironic-gender-appropriation-of-a-nostalgic-toy-brand is already being dreamt up by Hasbro and its television subsidiary, the Hub. Care Bears fans, are you
MC Chris released a tune paying homage to The Hub's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic on April 1, but the NSFW jam named after show villain "Discord" is no mere April Fool's Day joke. Feeding off all the fan
Gaming: New screens from Transformers: Fall of Cybertron show Optimus Prime, Grimlock and other favorites in action.
Legal: After being sued by Julie Taymor, the current producers of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark are suing the fired former director right back.
Tech: MakerBot Playsets could be the start of every toy coll
Gaming: The official box art for Batman: Arkham City has surfaced. It's black and white and red all over.
Movies: Writer Darren Lemke (Jack the Giant Killer) will reportedly be scripting the Reel FX adaptation of Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson's Beasts of Burden.
TV: If you're light on July 4 plans, The Hub's Transformers marathon