June 2007

End of an era. Posted Saturday, June 30, 2007, 11:12PM by Beefy
"After over ten years, the analog master feed of Cartoon Network is no more.
In its place I've been given an inferior digital substitute. The picture looks like a poorly encoded DVD.

These are the last videos from the analog feed:
Transformers Cybertron 2007 Marathon Promo I
Transformers Cybertron 2007 Marathon Short Promo
Transformers Cybertron 2007 Marathon Promo II
Toonami Jetstream 2007 Promo

Speaking of poorly encoded DVDs...
Zatch Bell Second Intro

'Samurai Jack' Back on Track for Feature Film Posted Tuesday, June 26, 2007, 6:13AM by Nobuyuki
"An article in today's Daily Variety on the move of Frederator Studios into the animated feature film business highlighted the first three projects planned for the new venture, not least of which is a Samurai Jack movie written and directed by series creator Genndy Tartakovsky!

No release date has been set at this time.

Frederator Studios founder Fred Seibert has produced Cow & Chicken, Powerpuff Girls and Dexter's Laboratory for Cartoon Network, as well as The Fairly OddParents, ChalkZone and My Life as a Teenage Robot for Nickelodeon.

Now with 104% less clock. Posted Saturday, June 9, 2007, 9:31PM by Beefy
Zatch Bell Fourth Ending

Remastered, pesky clock removed:
Zatch Bell Original Intro
Zatch Bell Original Ending (Now with ten seconds more video.)

Now Warners Has Three To Make Ready... Thundercats, Ho!" Posted Wednesday, June 6, 2007, 12:20AM by Nobuyuki
"Following hot on the heels of their recent announcements of live-action adaptations of other old Toonami favorites, Warner Brothers is bringing the big cats to the silver screen, by way of producer Paula Weinstein (Blood Diamond) and scriptwriter Paul Sopocy.

No anticipated release date has been announced, and the movie's plotline currently stands as an origin story expanding on the major heroes and villainsfrom the animated series, with the plot focusing on Lion-O coming ofage as the leader of the Thundercats.

Update 06/08/2007: The Variety story identifies this as a CGI-animated feature rather than a live-action adaptation.

(Source: Daily Variety)

H.P.S.J. Posted Saturday, June 2, 2007, 10:47PM by Beefy
Fantastic Four 2007 Promo
Toonami Klik Promo