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Joe Kelly talks to Newsarama about Man of Action's work on Generator Rex and Ultimate Spider-Man and the differences between working on comics and ...
With a Cartoon Network movie just weeks away, Firebreather returns to comics with an all-new series.
Ahsoka and Anakin get new looks, and we get a new look at the ongoing conflict in this week's episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Newsarama talks with Firebreather movie writer Peter Krieg, director Peter Chung comic co-creators Phil Hester & Andy Kuhn about what makes thi...
Ben 10's cast Yuri Lowenthal (Ben Tennyson), Ashlyn Johnson (Gwen Tennyson) and Greg Cipes (Kevin Levin) joke around and talk about the show with J...
The Hunt for Ziro is on! It's Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos teaming up to chase down Cad Bane and Ziro the Hutt. Read on for more!
Writer Michael Jelenic talks about the PG-13 rated Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam and what's coming up in Batman: Brave and Bold.
Producer/Writer Michael Jelenic talks to Newsarama about the new Thundercats series and Snarf's role in it.
It's Droid shenanigans this week as Cad Bane returns in a mission for the Hutts, and R2D2 and C3PO take center stage.
We speak with the comic book writer and animation producer Paul Dini about his new live-action Cartoon Network series TOWER PREP
We're back with a recap of "Spheres of Influence" featuring a very special set of guest stars and some awesome Ahsoka moments!
In our new column on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, we kick off with Supervising Director Dave Filoni, analyzing the past and future of the show
Paul Dini stopped by Dragon*Con 2010 to talk about his new live-action series and what to expect from it
Check out a gallery of images from the Star Wars Celebration V panel: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Evolution
The animation channel debuts a new live-action series "Unnatural History" this Sunday, marking a turning point in its 18 year-old history
Andy Kuhn talks to Newsarama about Firebreather and Rex Mantooth: Kung Fu Gorilla at C2E2 2010.
Cartoon Network held their upfronts in NYC, announcing Young Justice and many more new projects
The Justice Society of America stopped by Batman The Brave and the Bold for one heck of a team-up; The Rev has your recap