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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon June 6, 2018
TWO Spider-Men?? What is this madness? It’s Into The Spider-Verse, Sony’s upcoming animated Spider-Man movie — and the first big-screen appearance of Miles Morales. If you’re not familiar with him, Miles became Spider-Man in the “Ultimate Spider-Man” books Marvel launched as a separate continuity. Eventually the Ultimate line was cancelled and its most popular characters […]

Batman The Animated Newsletter #13

by Eileen Cruzon May 9, 2018
Subject: Batman: The Animated Newsletter #13 Date: Sunday, December 27, 1998 2:12 PM Weeks of Dec 28 – Jan 2/3, Jan 4 – 9/10 Volume 1, HAPPY NEW YEAR, BAT-FANS! __________________ INTRODUCTION Welcome to another action-packed issue of “Batman: The Animated Newsletter”! __________________ SPECIAL IN THIS ISSUE The “BEST/WORST” of 1998 voting continues in this […]

Batman The Animated Newsletter Archives

by Eileen Cruzon May 4, 2018
Batman The Animated Newsletter Archives BRIEF ANIMATED BATMAN HISTORY: The five-time emmy-winning Batman: The Animated Series (BTAS) debuted in September of 1992 with the episode “Cat and the Claw” Part One. It ran on weekdays (and even during prime-time on Sundays for a month or so). 65 episodes (and millions of dollars in merchandise) later, […]


The 1984 Transformers Soundtrack Will Be Officially Released Soon

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2018
It took 34 years, but Hasbro is finally putting out an official soundtrack for the landmark 1984 cartoon The Transformers. Believe it or not, there’s never been one until now, though there have been unofficial efforts. The official title is Hasbro Studios Presents ‘80s TV Classics: Music from The Transformers and it contains 45 minutes […]

The Flashback Interview: Mickie McGowan

by Johnny Capson December 26, 2017
The name Mickie McGowan may not be familiar to you, but you’ve certainly heard her voice before, or at least those of the talents she’s gathered together when doing ADR casting for films from the 80s to the modern day. I first came to know of Mickie McGowan via seeing her posts on the Facebook […]

Fightinator Blasting Into Production Next Year

by Peter Paltridgeon November 30, 2017
Listen up, because we have a matter of urgent importance. A feature film is about to go into production described as “a hilarious, action-packed, blood-soaked, curse-word-filled, nunchuck-gun-shooting, RoboNazi-punching, Cyborg Karate-kicking animated movie.” Real-life boxer Buster Douglas will be lending his voice to 1980s action-hero-parody Blast Fightinator, a robot scientist who “is bitten by a radioactive […]


“Disney’s Gigantic” Has Been Cancelled

by Peter Paltridgeon October 11, 2017
Until now, Disney’s movie schedule included an animated feature due out in 2020 called “Gigantic.” It would’ve been a new take on Jack and the Beanstalk that had Jack encountering a female giant. You’ll have to decide what happened from there, because after years of development, it won’t see the light of day. Walt Disney […]

The Flashback Interview: Holly Fields

by Johnny Capson May 31, 2017
I attended Chiller Theatre in Parsippany, New Jersey for the 4th time in October of 2016, and as with the previous times I attended, I met a lot of wonderful people, both celebrity and convention-goer alike. Falling into the former category is my next interview subject. Holly Fields has been active in the entertainment industry […]

The Flashback Interview: Rip Taylor

by Johnny Capson March 9, 2017
Rip Taylor is a very unique performer. With his rapid wit, quickfire puns and bursts of confetti, he’s been the Clown Prince Of Pandemonium for more than half-a-century. In the 90s, I saw him in a variety of projects ranging from Ducktales The Movie and Wayne’s World 2 on the big screen to Amazon Women […]

The Flashback Interview: Judy Tenuta

by Johnny Capson March 2, 2017
My next interview subject has many nicknames. Some call her the Love Goddess. Others call her The Petite Flower. Still others refer to her as the Princess Of Panty Shields or the Empress Of Elvis Impersonators. Simply put, she is Judy Tenuta, comedienne, actress, musician and a talent I find to be very underrated. 2017 […]

A New Preview From Rick And Morty Season 3

by Peter Paltridgeon December 27, 2016
In these trying times, what we need most is more Rick and Morty. Unfortunately we still haven’t seen much of Season 3, and what we have seen is still in animatic and storyboard form. The following scene is no different, but it is the longest segment released yet. The clip was actually broadcast last […]

DuckTales Voice Cast Revealed: David Tennant, Danny Pudi And More

by Peter Paltridgeon December 16, 2016
For the past two years Disney’s TV animation department has been working on a 21st century revival of their classic syndicated series DuckTales. Most of the original voice cast that gave life to the characters in the 1980’s don’t work anymore; some, like Alan Young (the voice of Scrooge) have already passed. Who could possibly […]