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Nintendo celebrates upcoming release of Yo-kai Watch 2 with special event

Yo-Kai Watch arrived in North America back in November in a big way with the release of the first game in the series, various Yo-Kai Watch collectibles from Hasbro and

Dax Shepard set to direct new Scooby-Doo film

Scooby-Doo, everyone’s favorite crime-solving dog, will star in a new animated film, and Dax Shepard is in negotiations to co-direct the project with Tony Cervone, while also writing the screenplay

‘Toxic Avenger’ reboot to be helmed by ‘Sausage Party’ co-director

I don’t think I’ve stated this enough in just about all my articles: I LOVE the ’80s! Everything about the ’80s has been my jam, from TV to film, comics

Frank Grimes returns to The Simpsons for 600th episode

We hardly knew him. For the short time we did, we saw that he was highly irritable, hard to please, but always the voice of reason with a strict adherence

SacAnime 2016: John DiMaggio lends some real truth for future voice actors

  Sacramento may be one of the most unsuspecting cities in the U.S. (aside from being the fourth hippest city in the nation), but things are moving for the small

What Danny Phantom characters would look like 10 years older; new series in the works?

It’s just a little over nine years now since the end of Danny Phantom cartoon on Nickelodeon. (The show aired in 2004 until 2007.) While the show’s creator Butch Hartman has

Goku Black’s mystery grows in Dragon Ball Super

Warning: May contain spoilers for the current Future Trunks Saga in Dragon Ball Super A few weeks ago, I wrote several theories regarding Goku Black, one being that he was

Want to have a blast from the past? Check out the Nick Box!

Nothing says most of our childhoods like hearing that infamous jingle that had us running to the warm glow of our television: “Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick, Nickelodeon!”

Lin-Manuel Miranda teams with Alan Menken for Disney’s ‘Little Mermaid’

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s slow and steady domination of all things Disney continues this week. After already signing on to star in Disney’s Mary Poppins reboot, and penning all the songs in

Adam West and Burt Ward to fight crime again in new animated Batman movie

Last year, it was announced that Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar would star in new animated Batman film. Now, Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Adam West, Burt Ward,

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Review

Final Fantasy games have always been known for their cinematic in-game cutscenes. Unfortunately, when Square Enix attempts to create films on their own it’s hit-or-miss. Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

Futurama’s Zapp Brannigan returns to read various Trump quotes

Billy West, the man behind the voice of Futurama characters Phillip J. Fry, Zoidberg, Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth and a slew of other characters, is making “Twitter great again.” The popular

Sausage Party Review

Although there have been many R-rated animated films before, Seth Rogen wanted to create the very first R-rated CG-animated film and he’s been trying to get it made for the

Shrek, Narnia director looks to helm new Curious George film

Director Andrew Adamson will be doing a lot of monkeying around for his next feature film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the director, known for his work on Shrek and

Batman: The Killing Joke Review

Since 1939, Batman is one of the most recognizable and beloved superhero characters of all time. His adventures have spanned a wide array of multimedia platforms that has expanded his

Genndy Tartakovsky talks about Samurai Jack’s return in 2017

After a long 12 years, Samurai Jack will finally see one more season in early 2017. While the series has four seasons from 2001 until 2004, it was ultimately canceled by Cartoon

Rick and Morty surprises Comic-Con crowd with some strange new material

As we patiently await the next season of the superb animated series, Rick and Morty, creator Justin Roiland decided to whet fans’ appetites with a short that he debuted at

SDCC 2016: Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles returns to New York

Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will return in August with the second half of season 4. Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael, April and Casey have spent a good amount of time in

Ice Age: Collision Course Review

The Ice Age franchise has been around for over 14 years now. Who would’ve known that a franchise revolved around a wooly mammoth, a sabertooth tiger, a sloth, and two opossums

Floyd Norman: An Animated Life trailer showcases the Disney legend

Disney legend Floyd Norman is the first African America at Disney in 1956. An upcoming documentary, Floyd Norman: An Animated Life, follows the animator during his time at Disney where