Anime: Discotek Media has plans to bring Samurai Pizza Cats and its Japanese source, Kyattou Ninden Teyandee, to home video. Each series will be sold separately in box sets with 52 dubbed American episodes and 54 subtitled Japanese eps.
Attention, everyone with fond memories of watching Static Shock on Saturday mornings: You might find yourself experiencing deja vu in upcoming months, if a tease about the second season of Cartoon Network's Young Justice series turns out to mean what many fans and commentators have suggested: that Static may be joining the animated sidekick team.During an interview with the World Finest blog about gett
Cartoon Network's Young Justice has a new videogame on the horizon for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, plus Nintendo's Wii and DS from equally young game publisher Little Orbit. Slated for an early 2013, Youn
As a guy who loves comics and LEGO, I've been pretty excited about the upcoming Marvel and DC LEGO sets ever since they were announced. I have to say, though, the official versions are going to have to be absolutely amazing to even come close to the great creations that are already being made by fans.
"I was bored of drawing superheroes in superheroic poses so I drew them in one of the most non-heroic moments," said doubleleaf of Deviantart about his image, which seems unlikely to be replicated on the Cartoon Network's Young Justice show in any universe ever.
Need some more color in your life? Have a look at the brilliant superhero tributes in Karen Zachary Wang's work. Her figures are long and slender in the spirit of artists such as Michael Turner and Mark Silvestri, but she draws Nightwing and Batgirl with a softness that feels much more like Phil Noto
DC Comics has been deploying cover art and solicitations for October-shipping titles according to the newly defined sections of what fans are calling the DCnÜ. So far we've seen hints of what's coming up
Every time we think we've seen the last of Conan O'Brien and Bruce Timm's masterful co-creation The Flaming C, the oven mitt and fishnet stocking-clad crusader seems to find his way into yet another compelling cameo on Cartoon Network's Young Justice. Following stints as a Superman stand-in, The Flaming C took on a new (and completely awesome) role as Doctor Fate in a fight against Klarion the Witch Boy and his familiar Teekl on last night's episode of Conan. The clash could only result in a video entitled "The Flaming C Opens Some Whoop Ass on a Cat." Indeed he does, after the jump.
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