“I bought you five minutes…”
In this episode that goes to infinity… and beyond, Stanford and Marc enlist as Space Rangers to review & discuss Disney•Pixar’s newest film, LIGHTYEAR.
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Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have given us an early Christmas present with the Blu-ray release of the complete series of Justice League Unlimited.
Dreamworks Animation announced that new episodes of its popular DreamWorks Dragons series will debut and play exclusively worldwide on Netflix beginning in the spring of 2015. The series currently plays on Cartoon Network in the U.S.A.
Season one of Adult Swim’s hit animated series Black Dynamite is making its debut on Blu-ray and DVD on July 15th. The series’ first season aired on Adult Swim during the summer of 2012 and was the top-rated show in its time slot. Now everyone can get a piece of the action with this new inaugural set.
After Warner Bros. Animation’s CG-animated TV series Beware the Batman was abruptly pulled from its Cartoon Network time slot mid-season last October (only 11 episodes aired), many wondered what would happen to the rest of the season and to the show. IGN is reporting that the remainder of season one (and the series) will be burned off this summer on CN’s Adult Swim during its Toonami programming block.
The brilliant Bruce Timm has produced a new Batman animated short which honors the Caped Crusader on the 75th anniversary of his DC Comics’ debut. The short is called Batman Strange Days and it will debut on Wednesday, April 9th during the DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network (check your local listings).
Jon Hueber and Stanford Clark join Marc to interview Jason Schleifer, the head of character animation at DreamWorks Animation about his career as well as Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
We talk about his work at Weta Digital on The Lord of the Rings trilogy, moving up the ranks at DreamWorks, and receiving philosophical wisdom from a random guy on a sand dune.
Also Discussed: trailers for The BoxTrolls and Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return, the DreamWorks short Almost Home, Frozen on Blu-ray, breaking news about Cartoon Network, and so much more…
(Recorded on 03/10/14)
This past weekend, the L.A. Times reported that Stu Snyder, the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Cartoon Network had been relieved of his duties effective at the end of March. To all in the know, this is welcome news, as Snyder was the person responsible for the lack of cartoons on the network dedicated to, you know, cartoons.