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Trailer For Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie Will Make Fans of the Series Happy

Nickelodeon has released the first trailer for their new animated film Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie. If any of you were ever fans of the animated series that ended in 2004, I'm sure you'll be happy with what this trailer has to offer.

The film picks up where the original series left off and the story follows the kids "on the field trip of a lifetime, where Arnold and his friends embark on a quest to achieve his dream of finding his missing parents."

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie will premiere on Friday, November 24th, from 7:00-9:00pm.

The movie was co-written and executive produced by creator Craig Bartlett. The movie features original voice cast members Francesca Marie Smith (The Prince of Egypt) as Helga and Anndi McAfee (Tom and Jerry: The Movie) as Phoebe, alongside dynamic new voice talent Mason Vale Cotton (Mad Men) as Arnold and Benjamin “Lil’ P-Nut” Flores,
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Meet the Fearsome Foursome who Challenge the Caped Crusaders

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The spotlight shines on far more than the core trio of iconic stars of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. With the likes of primetime television veterans Steven Weber and Thomas Lennon leading the way, the full-length animated feature film boasts a supporting cast of notable voices from across all entertainment mediums and some of the best-loved animated properties.

Adam West (Batman), Burt Ward (Robin) and Julie Newmar (Catwoman) own top billing, but Weber (Wings, iZombie, NCIS: New Orleans) and Lennon (The Odd Couple, Reno 911!) – as trustworthy butler Alfred Pennyworth and Chief O’Hara, respectively – headline an impressive array of actors who were excited to give voice to a role in a Batman film.

In addition to Weber and Lennon, the cast includes:

Jeff Bergman as the Joker and the revered Announcer. Bergman is well known as a voice of Bugs Bunny for more than a quarter of a century
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Full Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Voice Cast Announced

Full Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Voice Cast Announced
The spotlight shines on far more than the core trio of iconic stars of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. With the likes of primetime television veterans Steven Weber and Thomas Lennon leading the way, the full-length animated feature film boasts a supporting cast of notable voices from across all entertainment mediums and some of the best-loved animated properties. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has also released five new photos offering our first look at new characters in the animated movie.

Adam West (Batman), Burt Ward (Robin) and Julie Newmar (Catwoman) own top billing, but Weber (Wings, iZombie, NCIS: New Orleans) and Lennon (The Odd Couple, Reno 911!) - as trustworthy butler Alfred Pennyworth and Chief O'Hara, respectively - headline an impressive array of actors who were excited to give voice to a role in a Batman film. In addition to Weber and Lennon, the cast includes Jeff Bergman as the Joker and the revered Announcer.
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Sega announces two new Sonic the Hedgehog games for 2017

As well as joining the roster of Lego Dimensions with the upcoming expansion pack, Sega has announced that Sonic the Hedgehog will be returning to consoles next year with the release of two new games, Sonic Mania, and an as-yet-untitled game.

The news was announced at the Sonic 25th Anniversary celebration at the San Diego Comic-Con, with Sonic Mania set to see a return to the 2D platforming games of old, with reimagined zones from titles such as Sonic the Hedgehog 1, 2 and 3, Sonic CD and Sonic and Knuckles.

“Sonic Mania was born out of our fans’ love of the classic Sonic 2D platform games,” states Sonic Team’s Takashi Iizuka. “This type of collaboration is a first for Sega and we hope everyone will be both surprised and delighted by this title. Sonic Mania has been a passion project for the entire team and we look forward to sharing more
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Celebrating Sonic's 25th Anniversary We Get New Game News!

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In case you didn't know, Sonic the Hedgehog turns 25 today! With celebration plans in the works we got confirmation that a new game is coming, along with a new movie!

First lets get the celebration plans out there! Sonic Team released the video above celebrating 25 years with Sonic which runs through a timeline of all the Sonic games released over the years. There is of course at least one exception that I noticed.... there is no Lost World stop on the map.

Next you can head to Humble Bundle which is celebrating the occasion with a big bundle of Sonic games. You can pay as little as 1 dollar to get several games, or beat the bundle price to unlock them all.

Now for news of the new stuff coming soon.

Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka told Famitsu that some new projects are currently in the works. There is a new
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Archie Comics announces Sdcc panels, signings and exclusives

As Archie Comics prepears to launch its flagship title with Archie #1 this Wednesday [check out a preview here], the publisher has announced its plans for the San Diego Comic-Con this week, with a number of panels and signings, as well as some Sdcc exclusives.

Sdcc Panels

Archie Forever, Friday, 7/10/15, 1:00p.m. – 2:00p.m., Room: 4

Hot off the blockbuster launch of the first Archie #1 in over 75 years, this is one panel Archie fans can’t miss! Get exclusive news on the Archie Horror titles, the new Jughead ongoing series, and more! The panel features Jon Goldwater (co-ceo/publisher), Victor Gorelick (co-president/editor-in-chief), Mike Pellerito (president), Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (chief creative officer/writer of Afterlife with Archie, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Mark Waid (writer of Archie), Chip Zdarsky (writer of Jughead), Adam Hughes (writer/artist Betty & Veronica), Dan Parent (writer/artist, Life With Kevin, Archie vs. Sharknado), Anthony C. Ferrante (writer of Archie vs. Sharknado), and
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Sonic's console adventures aren't over yet, says Sonic Team boss

Sega's concentrating on PC and mobile games, but Sonic Team's boss suggests that Sonic's days on consoles aren't over yet...

Neither Sega nor its hyperactive mascot have had an easy time over the past few months. The once might company announced a fairly drastic restructure in January, which will see its base of operations move and a considerable percentage of its staff in the Us reduced.

Sonic the Hedgehog, meanwhile, suffered a damaging blow with Sonic Boom - an outing greeted by dismal reviews and slow sales. With Sega announcing its intention to step away from console development and concentrate on mobile and PC games, the news didn't seem good for the blue blur.

The release of free-to-play infinite runner Sonic Runners, out now in Japan for mobiles - seemed to underline the thinking that Sonic's console days may be behind him.

But in a new interview with Japanese site 4Gamer,
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Review: Sonic Boom, Sonic Boom, Sonic Boom & Sonic Boom

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Sega has pulled out all the stops for the new entries in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. Not only are there two new games for the Wii U and Nintendo 3Ds, Sonic fans have been treated to a new animated cartoon on Cartoon Network and a new title from Archie Comics, for a total of four if you count the magazine-sized Sonic Super Special. Not bad for a game series that over two decades long.

So you can’t expect me to review just one of them, can you?

Both the video games feature a new villain, Lyric, a serpentine scientist from the dawn of time, the last of a race known as the Ancients, which if you think about it, is an odd thing to name yourselves since you’re not ancient when you name yourselves. In addition to Sonic and his able sidekick Miles “Tails” Prower, Knuckles the
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First Look at Sonic the Hedgehog Series Launching on Cartoon Network in November

First Look at Sonic the Hedgehog Series Launching on Cartoon Network in November
Sega has provided the first look at its animated “Sonic Boom” series that will re-introduce its popular Sonic the Hedgehog character to young TV viewers on Cartoon Network in November — the same month the company launches the franchise’s latest videogame.

The fast-running blue hedgehog will star in the gaming franchise’s first CG-animated series that will help launch new Sonic games on Nintendo’s Wii U and 3Ds platforms and a line of merchandise, overseen by toy partner Tomy.

Sonic the Hedgehog was first introduced in 1991 and became an icon for Sega, with the character selling over 140 million games across various platforms.

The series is made up of 11-minute episodes co-produced by Sega of America and OuiDo! Prods.

See Also: Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog Returns to TV in New Animated Series

Videogame vets Roger Craig Smith (“Batman: Arkham Origins”), Travis Willingham (“Infamous: First Light”), Colleen O’Shaughnessey (“South Park
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Sega’s Sonic Boom fan meet kicks off Super Week in NYC

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Sega’s annual fan celebration of Sonic the Hedgehog will kick off Super Week, New York Comic Con’s seven day celebration leading up to the convention. Sonic Boom will take place on Saturday, October 4th at the Manhattan Center Ballroom in New York City.

Events include appearances by the voice cast of the new Sonic Boom TV series, premiering this fall on Cartoon Network. Roger Craig Smith (Sonic), Colleen Villard (Tails), Travis Willingham (Knuckles), Cindy Robinson (Amy), Nika Futterman (Sticks), and Mike Pollock (Dr. Eggman) will all be on stage for a special live TV show script reading, as well being available for meet & greets and autographs.

Other guests including Tracy Yardley!, long-time artist for the comic series, Sonic musicians Jun Senoue, Tomoya Ohtani, Ted Poley, and Tony Harnell, and Japanese game producer and lead Sonic designer, Takashi Iizuka.

Playable demos of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric (WiiU
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