DC Nation-Week 6
When DC Nation started a little over six weeks ago, I was happy to have a block dedicated to the adventures of some of the best animated/comic book superheroes in popular culture.Taken from:
DC Nation-Week 6
Nickelodeon changed American animation history when they brought to airwaves a “kid” cartoon with a continuous, dramatic plot with ever-changing characters and comedic hijinks, called Avatar: The Last Airbender Avatar was designed in a style inspired by Japanese anime and also borrowed elements from Asian cultures, such as martial arts and Buddhism principles. It proved that young and older audiences were hungry for intelligent, dynamic storytelling in animation from the wildfire reception that still has not burned out. The series ended in 2008 and it left a gaping hole in fans’ heartsFollow this link: Avatar: The Legend of Korra
A new trailer for Sony Animation’s upcoming Hotel Transylvania is now available online here . Due in theaters September 28, 2012, this is the story of a place where monsters, from Frankenstein to Big Foot, have been able to rest in peace. Until now…Read More:
As Disneyland Paris begins its twenty-year anniversary celebrations, our very own Jeremie Noyer has been hard at work behind the scenes on a new publication marking this historic birthday! Disneyland Paris: 20 Years Of Dreams documents the development of what was once EuroDisney (at its opening in 1992) through to the resort destination it has become today, with 192 pages and over 500 photos detailing and illustrating its story in both English and French texts.Continue Reading: Celebrate 20 years of Disneyland Paris with a new book!
Walt Disney Home Entertainment has announced the Blu-ray/DVD combo releases of Studio Ghibli’s The Secret World of Arrietty , Castle in the Sky and Whisper of the Heart on May 22nd.More: Arrietty and next batch of Ghibli Blu-ray titles in May