Regular Show creator JG Quntel talks with Spinoff Online about his hit Cartoon Network series, his love for ’80s technology, and the 16-episode DVD, in stores today.
Young Justice producer Glen Weisman reveals he and Brandon Vietti are tying up enough story threads to satisfy fans but leaving some danging “so that we have the chance to come back.”
Ahead of Toy Fair 2013, Warner Bros. has released new images for Teen Titans Go! and Beware the Batman, which will replace Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block.
A new report contends that, with Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm, the CG-animated Star Wars: The Close Wars will move from Cartoon Network to Disney XD.
Just two weeks after the DC Nation programming block returned with new episodes, Cartoon Network has unexpectedly pulled Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice from its October schedule. A surprised Green Lantern producer offers an explanation. UPDATED!
Cartoon Network will air Dear Dracula, an animated Halloween special based on the Image Comics/Shadowline graphic novel by Joshua Williamson and Vicente “Vinny” Navarrete.
The cast of Adult Swim’s Black Dynamite won over the audience at Comic-Con International with a screening of crude but hilarious first episode of the animated series.
At Comic-Con International, Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Supervising Director Dave Filoni and Head Writer Matt Michnovetz reflected on powerful story arcs of the past and offered insights into the future of the animated series.
Teen Titans Go! executive producers Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic met with journalists at Comic-Con International to discuss their upcoming DC Nation show, reuniting the original Titans voice cast, and taking a broader comedic take on the teen heroes.