On February 28th WB will release another direct-to-DVD for the Justice League named Justice League: Doom, which is based on the comic JLA: Tower of Babel by Mark Waid.
I’m not familiar with mentioned story arc. Based on the trailers released so far I still don’t have much of a clue what the plot is exactly about other than that the Justice League will be fighting some bad guys again – which is basically the plot of any superhero movie.
So, in that regard the trailers aren’t convincing. But fortunately the DC Universe animated features have at least top notch animation which alone makes it worth watching. So, this is another must-see for me.
Shout! Factory had already released a complete G.I. Joe box set in 2009 as a
limited locker box.
Coming May 1st Shout! will re-release the complete series as a regular box for ‘unlimited’ unavailability. It’s not known if this new box will contain the same extras as the locker box.
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The commercial says it all
Animatieblog and Cartoonbrew
After the first season and first half of season 2, the final part of season 2 has now also been announced for the 90s animated series of Conan the Barbarian.
Conan the Adventurer is a very good interpretation of the famous barbarian, so I’m looking forward to finally see season 2 being released on DVD.
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The Adam West 1966 Batman series: awesome!
1966 Batman intro recreated in Lego: Double awesome!
Warner Bros fortunately keeps releasing direct-to-DVD animated features of the DC Universe. One of the newest entries is a new feature about the Justice League: Justice League Doom.
The first trailer has been released and can be seen below. Can’t wait to see the final result!
Animatieblog and IGN
Black Label Society’s latest music video got the animated treatment.
For Crazy Horse BLS hired Machinima’s Kootra to direct the animated music videoclip: 3D pixel art!
Found this very intriguiing videoclip via
Animatieblog about two cartoon girls: one good, one bad.
I love the style of the characters. The song is also nice, and the clip all over is just very cool and worth sharing
In the 90s there was an animated series called Skeleton Warriors. As the name says it featured skeletons dressed up as warriors and battling each other.
How could I not like that? Aside from my fondness for skulls it also was a watchable animated show. Perhaps not as popular as other animated series, but still good.
Coming December the entire series will be released by Gary Goddard Entertainment. The 2-disc set will contain all 13 episodes as well as extras.
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Legendary skunk-in-love Pepe Le Pew will be getting a solo release on DVD collecting all his classic Looney Tunes shorts. There can never be enough Looney Tunes DVDs!
The DVD will be released December 27th according to
TVShowsOnDVD. Too late for Christmas, but way ahead of Valentine’s Day.