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[April Fools’ Day] The Walking Dead Kids! Saturday Morning Cartoon Series Revealed

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Adding some living dead humor to April Fools' Day, Skybound has revealed a mock cartoon series, The Walking Dead Kids!, which is "teased" in a new promo featuring familiar characters from Robert Kirkman's comic book series, including Carl, Rick, Michonne, and Andrea, as well as Clementine from Telltale's The Walking Dead video games and a zombified twist on Krypto the Superdog: Zed the Undead Canine.

Revealed by our friends over at and featuring subtitle narration that offers insights into the April Fools' Day joke, The Walking Dead Kids! was created for the (once again, mock) AMChildren Saturday morning schedule, a "new initiative" from AMC. Cartoonist Howie Noel drew the character of The Walking Dead Kids!, giving us an awesome retro take on the zombie-slaying characters, as they look like they could follow in the footsteps of the Harlem Globetrotters and guest star on an installment of The New Scooby-Doo Movies.
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Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice Release Date Changed

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Looks like DC have blinked first in their game of chicken against Marvel. As expected, to be honest, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice has had its release date brought back from May 6, 2016 to March 25 of the same year, in order to stop in clashing with the third Captain America film. It’ll now go head-to-head with Brett Ratner’s Beverly Hill Cops reboot/sequel/remake/whatever, which we’re pretty sure the combined might of the World’s Finest superheroes can deal with.

Taking another leaf out of Marvel’s book, Warner Bros have also gone and announced the release dates for nine DC superhero movies, running all the way up until 2020. Which is ambitious, considering Batman V Superman will only be the second entry in the “shared universe” they’re looking to build up to rival the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Of course they’ve not actually
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Comic-Con: Adam West's Classic Batman and More Confirmed for Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

Fresh off the heels of this morning's trailer reveal, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Tt Games have confirmed a whole slew of new characters that will be playable in the upcoming Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham including Shazam, Billy Batson, Clark Kent, Krypto the Superdog, Bat-Cow, and Mr. Mxyzptlk. In addition, Adam West will lend his voice to the game as "Classic Batman" and he'll be bringing the classic Batmobile from the 1960s "Batman" series for players to cruise around in.
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Man Of Steel: 5 Essential Superman Graphic Novels You Must Read First

The hour is upon us. The Man of Steel is about to be released and fans the world over are chomping at the bit to get their hands on tickets to the Superhero movie event of 2013.

Starring Henry Cavill in the role of Clark Kent/Superman, the blockbuster focuses on the trials of the young journalist as he is forced to embrace his alien heritage when the planet and people he loves are threatened by a dark invading force from his home world. Anticipation has been high ever since the film was announced, especially with the involvement of Zack Snyder, Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer all of whom are more than adept at transforming iconic comic books into kick ass movie franchises.

The film also stars Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Christopher Meloni, and Russell Crowe.

But before you rush
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CultBox, MovieFarm and Blogomatic3000 review Holy Franchise, Batman!

Holy Franchise, Batman! Bringing the Caped Crusader to the Screen was released this past Friday, and a few new reviews have popped up over the weekend...

First up is a review from Rob Smedley of CultBox; here's an extract:

"Holy Franchise, Batman! makes the bold claim of being 'the Caped Crusader fan's bible', and lives up to its assertion. Charting every one of the Dark Knight's appearances on film and TV (and we do mean every one – apparently he even turned up in the cartoon Krypto the Superdog), author Gary Collinson is a man who seems to know Batman better than Alfred the butler does... Whether you're a die-hard fan of the Caped Crusader or an enthusiastic sidekick looking to further their Dark Knight knowledge, the wealth of information here means you'd have to be some kind of joker not to consider picking this up."

Read the full review here.
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Sketchy Details: A conversation with illustrator Loston Wallace

Trevor Hogg chats with illustrator Loston Wallace who provides a personal tour of his commissioned artworks...

“I've been drawing since I was four years old,” states American Illustrator Loston Wallace whose fascination with comic books, cartoons, science fiction, and horror films, such as the Universal Monster classics, is reflected in his artwork. “My formal art training came from attending the Joe Kubert School of Cartooning and Graphic Art where I met my wife Carolyn.” The native of Clintwood, Virginia began his professional career by illustrating role-playing games such as Deadlands: The Weird West, Battletech, Indiana Jones, and Shadowrun. “In 1998, I began freelancing for the DC Comics Licensing Department, where I illustrated children's books based on Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series.” The job would last for 12 years and during that time Wallace produced books for Krypto the Superdog and The DC Super Friends. “In 2001, I was one
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Snow White and the Huntsman dwarfs the original fairy story

There's a glimpse of an apple and seven dwarfs in the trailer for this big screen re-imagining of the Snow White story, but most of it is Charlize Theron looking unquestionably evil

This year's Red Riding Hood set a bold new template for contemporary fairytale reworkings, by ignoring most of what people liked about the original and making the rest of it all insufferable and Twilighty. It's a formula that next summer's Snow White and the Huntsman would do well to stick to.

Luckily, a Snow White and the Huntsman trailer has already emerged online, meaning that we're incredibly well placed to judge it. So what parts of the original Snow White story does Snow White and the Huntsman retain? And how does it differ? Let's comb through the trailer for clues ...

1) It would appear that there's still an evil queen in Snow White and the Huntsman, played by Charlize Theron.
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Man of Steel Set Pics Part 2: Henry Cavill Is Bearded And Looks Troubled On Set

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More photos from the set of Zack Synder’s Superman: Man of Steel have appeared online, but unlike many of the most recent images that have featured Henry Cavill in full costume as the Last Son of Krypton, this latest batch show him as Clark Kent, albeit looking somewhat apprehensive and considerably more beardy than we’ve come to expect from the usually mild-mannered, clean-cut character.

From what we can gather by these photos, it seems as if Clark has fallen on hard times; aside from his beard, he’s wearing worn, shapeless clothes and to make matters worse it’s raining on him. Yes, it seems even super-powered Kryptonians have bad days.

Still, it does look like he’s found a new friend to help him through his darkest days – a dog can be seen on set with Cavill in one of the pictures. No word yet as to
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Superman's team-up with Muslim hero cancelled

Superman's team-up with Muslim hero cancelled
Superman's planned team-up with a Muslim superhero has been cancelled at the last minute. As part of the 'Grounded' storyline, the Man of Steel was originally intended to fight alongside the new character Sharif in Superman #712, which was released this week. Instead, the issue contained a story about Krypto the Superdog that was originally created by Kurt Busiek and Rick Leonardi during Busiek's 2007 run, but never saw print. "DC Comics determined that the previously solicited story did not work within the 'Grounded' storyline," said the publisher in its newsletter to retailers on Tuesday night. "However, Chris Roberson will be back for the final two issues of Superman's year long walk across America." Roberson has expressed his disappointment (more)
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Animation designer Iwao Takamoto dies

Iwao Takamoto, animation designer for Walt Disney Co., Hanna-Barbera Studios and Warner Bros. who crafted the look of such Hanna-Barbera characters as Scooby-Doo, died Monday of a heart attack. He was 81.

Takamoto died Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he was being treated as an outpatient for respiratory problems when he suffered a heart attack. He had most recently served as vp special projects for Warner Bros. Animation. His recent projects for the studio included doing the storyboard for the 2005 Tom and Jerry short The Karateguard and helping to design characters for the Cartoon Network/Kids' WB! series Krypto the Superdog.

"Iwao Takamoto was not only a tremendously talented designer and artist, he was a beautiful human being," said Warner Bros. Animation president Sander Schwartz. "Iwao was always ready with a wide smile, a firm handshake and a warm welcome. Iwao's designs will be his legacy for generations to come."

A Los Angeles native, Takamoto and his family were sent to Manzanar Internment Camp during World War II.

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