Ever since Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox debuted a few years ago, every animated DC movie has been a part of the same shared New 52 Universe (with the notable exception of last year’s Batman: Assault on Arkham) and every single movie since then has been okay at best (with the notable exception of last year’s Batman: Assault on Arkham which was fantastic). So with that in mind, does Throne of Atlantis finally break the mold with Aquaman and give us a great movie, or does it flounder like so many of the others? I will say, this movie was better than Justice League: War and way better than Son of Batman, but these movies still have a ways to go before they can actually be considered good.
GODKILLER starts production as animated feature trilogy from Black Mask Sci-horror odyssey expands into animated feature franchise
Publishing and production company Black Mask Studios has announced its first major in-house production: three animated features based on the comic book GODKILLER by Black Mask co-founder Matt Pizzolo (Occupy Comics, THREAT), Anna Muckcracker Wieszczyk, and Ben Templesmith (30 DAYS OF NIGHT).
During Wizard World Nashville this weekend, I had the opportunity to sit down with legendary animator Tom Bancroft. We reminisced about his long and storied career at Disney, talked about his love for traditional hand-drawn animation, and discussed what he’s been working on recently. Continue reading Wizard World Nashville – Interview with Tom Bancroft→
DC Animation is back at it again with Batman: Assault on Arkham. This time, though, the action takes place in the Arkham video game series universe and follows Task Force X, aka the Suicide Squad, as they bust into Arkham Asylum to steal some vital evidence from the Riddler. So how does this movie hold up when compared to other DC animated films? I think its great. Continue reading Review: Batman: Assault on Arkham→