The Lovecraftian DC animated film, featuring a 1920’s Gotham, will be available to own March 28 on Digital, 4K and Blu-ray.
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Valentine’s Day may be destined for mayhem and madness when Gotham’s power couple of DC villainy celebrates the day of romance together - for the first time! The special hits the streamer next month.
Mindy Kaling’s animated series mixes old school and new school hijinks as it explores the origin story of Mystery Inc.’s brainiest, most underappreciated member, Velma Dinkley; show debuts January 12 on HBO Max.
Three exciting first-look character images have been released for upcoming Lovecraftian animated film, including glimpses of Batman (David Giuntoli), Harvey Dent, (Patrick Fabian), Oliver Queen (Christopher Gorham), and Talia al Ghul (Emily O’Brien).
Gotham City’s iconic jewel thief makes her first appearance in Cartoonito’s ‘Batman’ preschool series on November 21st.
For creator Michael G. Stern and supervising producer Simon J. Smith, their all-new CG series, hitting Cartoonito October 17, is a fun show that fans of all ages will enjoy, with legit new superheroes, a legit Gotham City, and a mysterious, cool Batman who isn’t dumbed down or ‘kiddified.’
DC’s first-ever Batman preschool series, premiering October 17, teaches young viewers about heroism, friendship, teamwork, and self-confidence
How does Gotham’s power couple of DC villainy celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together? Perhaps with mayhem and madness… find out this February.
Mindy Kaling’s ‘Scooby-Doo’ spin-off follows the origin story of the Mystery Inc. gang’s underappreciated brainy member Velma Dinkley; Glenn Howerton, Sam Richardson and Constance Wu join the cast.
The animated feature, an iteration of the Joker and Two Face set in Mesoamerica, adds the ‘Narcos: Mexico’ star to voice cast that includes Omar Chaparro as Yoka and Alvaro Morte as Hernán Cortés.
The hugely popular adult animated series got a big thumbs up from WarnerMedia ahead of next month’s Season 3 finale, promising another season of mayhem and madness with Gotham’s power couple of DC villainy - Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy.
The Emmy Award-winning creator, producer and director returns with expanded versions of 2 of his most highly lauded animated series, to be produced by Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe.
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy return to Gotham with a new season of mayhem and madness; Episodes 1-3 debut Thursday, July 28.
The film, ‘Batman Azteca: Choque de Imperios,’ will infuse elements of Mesoamerican history and culture with the traditional template of the Batman myth.
Featuring the crazy antics of the Looney Tune gang, the new show employs a Humancentric Learning curriculum to help kids cultivate essential skills; it debuts July 25 on Cartoon Network's Cartoonito, then streams onto HBO Max July 26.
During its Annecy 2022 Studio Focus presentation, the studio reveals all-new animated family film, coming to Cartoon Network and HBO Max; sporting a sinister plot and orchestrations from the Warner Bros. library of movie musicals, the feature sees Bugs, Daffy, and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang take to the stage.
Under the exclusive multiyear cross-studio agreement, the award-winning creator, producer, and director will develop, create, and produce original animated programming for both studios; the announcement was made at a Studio Focus presentation at Annecy 2022.
‘Scooby-Doo! And the Mystery Pups’ will join Cartoonito’s preschool lineup in 2024, with franchise vets Frank Welker and Matthew Lillard returning to voice Scooby and Shaggy.
HBO Max’s ‘Gremlins’ prequel series, coming later this year from Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Television, features the voices of Min-Na Wen, James Hong, BD Wong, and Izaac Wang.
Cartoon Network Studios to produce the family friendly space adventure feature ‘Driftwood,’ and the action-comedy series ‘Invincible Fight Girl.’
The adult animated show promises dive bar-bound hijinks with the ‘Hell yeah!’-shouting Kite Man at its center.
Executive producers Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti discuss how the show’s characters experience and deal with serious issues, such as survivor’s guilt, coping with death, and personal trauma, in the second half of the HBO Max series’ fourth season.
Executive Producer Helen Kalafatic talks about the new season of the beloved Dr. Seuss-based series, debuting April 8 on Netflix, and encourages LatinX and other underrepresented groups to find their place in the animation industry.
The HBO Original animated mini-series comes home as a feature-length movie; that tale of Aquaman’s first adventures as King of Atlantis starts off with Day 1 on the job… and he’s got a lot of catching up to do.