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.
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MAD producer Mark Marek and writer Marly Halpern-Graser spoke at Comic-Con International about how they keep the parodies fresh for Cartoon Network’s animated sketch-comedy 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.
Geoff Johns joined Seth Green, Breckin Meyer and the rest of the Robot Chicken team at Comic-Con International to discuss the upcoming sixth season and the highly anticipated DC Comics Special.
During their Comic-Con International presentation for Dragons: Riders of Berk, the upcoming series based on the 2010 hit How to Train Your Dragon, Cartoon Network and DreamWorks Animation revealed Mark Hamill will lend his voice to a new villain.
Cartoon Network has revealed the first image of Guy Gardner from the upcoming second season of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, where he’ll be voiced by Diedrich Bader of Batman: The Brave and the Bold fame.
DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network have released the first promo spot for Beware the Batman, the CG-animated series set to premiere later this year as part of the DC Nation programming block.
Cartoon Network’s retro toon channel Boomerang will air 28 episodes of Captain Planet April 22 to celebrate Earth Day.
Cartoon Network has released the first official teaser image for Beware the Batman, the CG-animated series set to join the new DC Nation programming block later this year.
Today sees the second week of Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block, and we’re just three weeks away from the launch of Disney XD’s competing Marvel Universe block (which includes the debut of Ultimate Spider-Man). But are either of these blocks exploring and exploiting their roots as well as they could?
Cartoon Network is airing a new promo spot for Green Lantern: The Animated Series, the CG-animated show that kicks off the DC Nation block on March 3.