The six-time Emmy Award-winning series premiered on September 11, 2004, on Kids’ WB before eventually shifting to Cartoon Network for subsequent seasons. The Batman: The Complete Series follows 20-something-year-old Bruce Wayne’s early adventures as he balances his daytime persona as a bachelor billionaire with his nighttime guise as a caped crimefighter.
Our only hope to save the world is a bunch of supervillains — what could go wrong? Check out the new trailer for James Gunn’s #TheSuicideSquad, in theaters and streaming exclusively on HBO Max* August 6.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal takes a page from his Samurai Jack series where long stretches where language is non-existent. Primal goes further you will not find any dialogue. Tartakovsky has captured the universality of human genesis as a whole. Primal is fast-paced where one species is on the rise when one is about to exit from existence. This is not the Flintstones. The first season is now available on DVD/Blu-Ray. Primal is one series you do not want to miss. The friendship of a caveman and a dinosaur is tested as the world is thrown at them. Will they survive?
The story of Cinderella is eternal. There are so many versions in both film and animation. The end result is good always triumphs over evil. Every new generation has a new spin on the traditional story. A Cinderella Story: Starstruck is yet another twist on the classic tale. Believe it or not, this is the sixth in a film series of Cinderella by Warner Bros. Entertainment.
Civilization is cast into ruin when a runaway planet speeds between the Earth and the Moon, unleashing cosmic destruction. Two thousand years later, Earth is reborn from the ashes with a savage landscape, strange creatures and a primitive sense of justice
“I Say, I Say . . . Son!”: A Tribute to Legendary Animators Bob, Chuck, and Tom McKimson by Robert McKimson Jr.
Chuck Jones, Tex Avery and Friz Freleng are perceived as the animators who built the foundation of the Warner Brothers animation studio. The McKimson brothers,… Read More »“I Say, I Say . . . Son!”: A Tribute to Legendary Animators Bob, Chuck, and Tom McKimson by Robert McKimson Jr.