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Cartoon Network’s Uncle Grandpa centers around the title character, uncle and grandfather to everyone in the world who travels the planet in a mystical RV going on adventures and helping those in need. Toonzone News, along with other members of...
Robot Chicken, The Emmy Award winning series where stop motion animation meets pop-culture parody, began airing in Febraury 2005 and is one of the top-rated original series currently on Adult Swim. Their third installment of specials featuring DC Comics...
Google Spotlight Stories is a new narrative format for presenting short films on mobile devices where the viewer gets to control where the camera looks in a 360 degree environment. Toonzone News was able to catch up with several...
Google Spotlight Stories was launched in October 2013 by Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP), but they made their presence known for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con this year. Google Spotlight Stories pairs award winning filmmakers with...
IDW Publishing announced a boatload of new comics and releases during San Diego Comic-Con. Fortunately they prepared a summary press release containing all that information in one place. Most startling on this list is the mention of ROM: Spaceknight, which...
This year was bittersweet for Phineas and Ferb fans. The series finale aired in June, so TV Guide held a special panel for fans to say farewell to their favorite show. Like the show, the panel began with TV...
We took way more pictures than we could confine into just three days. Here are the rest of the sights at this year's Comic-Con.   You saw one of the 90's Turtles in yesterday's batch of photos. Two of the four were there,...
The first big trailer for 2016's Suicide Squad was revealed during Warner Bros' Comic-Con panel, but until now, the only trace of it on the Internet was a lousy shaky cell phone video. Given that this trailer showed the...
Guess what has two thumbs and cleaned up at the Eisner Awards? Not a horse, it has no thumbs. And not a comic book conglomerate either; a corporation isn't a person no matter what the senators tell you. Guess...
  The booths have powered down, the lights are off and the people from the dump will be here tomorrow. All those impressive sets and giant logos will be nothing but scrap soon. But we can always relive this year's...