A day before the big Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack release, we are proud to present our interviews of the voice cast of The Death of Superman, directly from the World Premiere at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2018. ToonBarn Head Writer Marc Morrell has interviews with Jerry O’Connell (Superman), Rebecca Romijn (Lois Lane), Jason O’Mara (Batman) and Christopher Gorham (Flash).
You can check out the previous installments of this rather lengthy series here. Action Comics #591 If the cover isn’t clear enough for you, this issue has Superman fighting Superboy while the Legion of Superheroes watch from a safe distance and bet on which one’s going to come out on top. The issue also has […]
I’m more of a comics guy than a cartoon guy, but it turns out that a lot of comic book characters also have cartoon shows, so it kind of fits. This is going to be a thorough chronological examination of the best/worst period in Batman’s history, but I saw that Toonbarn already has way too […]
ToonBarn thoroughly reviews the Man of Steel Blu-ray Combo Pack, including a review of the film and all the special features on the disc
Warner Bros. Animation has just released a non-exclusive clip for the new DC Nation short titled “Tales of Metropolis: Lois,” which is a comedic take on one of Metropolis’ premiere journalists, Lois Lane. In the clip, Lois Lane tries her best to interview and pry some confidential information out of Batman. Of course, everybody knows […]
This is our complete preview, inside and out, of the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special DVD, being released Tuesday, July 9.
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special coming to DVD/Blu-Ray on July 9, 2013
Based on the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank 2008 release, “Superman: Brainiac”, SUPERMAN: UNBOUND finds the Man of Steel aptly handling day-to-day crime while helping acclimate Supergirl to Earth’s customs and managing Lois Lane’s expectations for their relationship. Personal issues take a back seat when the horrific force responsible for the destruction of Krypton – Brainiac – […]
As we get closer to the release of Superman: Unbound, we get a taste of the strong female roles that play a part in this story. This animated feature is certain to please new and existing fans of the Superman genre.
Veteran animator Rob Pratt has just posted a follow up to his hit animated short “Superman Classic”, which – as the name implies – is based on the classic 1940s Superman serials. The short was so awesome that we don’t know why no WB exec has seen it yet and asked Pratt to do a […]
Look! Not far from the ground! It’s a …guy! Hm. The old taglines just don’t seem like they’re going to fit this time around! But that’s sort of what DC Comics is hoping as they creep closer to the big reboot of the entire DC Universe, ushering in a new Superman for a new era. […]
For ten years, the CW has been building on the saga of Superman. The story is generally known: boy arrives to earth from a distant planet Krypton, gets every awesome super power, then becomes the greatest super hero of all time. But Smallville has told the inbetween chapters that are so often overlooked, the days […]