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Berbils meet the ThunderCats tonight on Cartoon Network

Berbils meet the ThunderCats on Cartoon Network

It’s an awkward meeting at first: the ThunderCats have temporarily lost control of the ThunderTank, and while doing repairs and scouting for food, they encounter an amazing (both in cuteness and in curiousity) group of tiny robot bears known as the Berbils. After helping the Cats repair the ThunderTank, Robear Bill and the rest of the Berbils seek the help of Lion-O, Panthro, Cheetara and ...

Thundercats Brings Back the Robear Berbils

Thundercats Brings Back the Robear Berbils

When the modern version of Thundercats was first shown to viewers, a couple of questions seem to have bubbled to the surface; namely, Where’s Lion-O’s annoying sidekick, Snarf? And how are they gonna handle the Robot Teddy Bears? The latter was answered this week with the release of a clip from the episode “Berbils”, which will air on Cartoon Network this Friday, October 28th. ...

Robear Bill and the Berbils invade Panthro's ThunderTank

Robear Bill and the Berbils invade Panthro’s ThunderTank

With Halloween fast approaching, there’s not much time left to piece together your own Halloween costume. But, hey, maybe you could be a 7 foot tall mutant cat person? Or, better yet, a Bear? …that is also a robot? Robot bears might not be all that popular for trick’or’treaters, but they’re deeply set in the legends of the ThunderCats franchise as the Berbils! ...

'Where's Wally?' All Set for a Comeback

Where’s Wally (aka Where’s Waldo) all set for a Classic Media comeback

It’s been asked since 1991, when its cartoon adaptation first aired, but we may finally have the answer to “Where’s Wally?” and the answer is: all over the world, now that Classic Media has licensed the property in Australia, Japan, and Western Europe. This is in addition to the recent agreements across the United Kingdom. Where’s Wally?, which is published in ...

Fanimation: From Pixar to Richard Sargent robots asking where's Wall-E

Fanimation: From Pixar to Richard Sargent robots asking where’s Wall-E

Throughout the history of Hollywood, there’s been an incredible collection of robots. C-3PO and R2-D2 from Star Wars, Bender from Futurama, Rosie from the Jetsons, countless Tarnsformers and Go-Bots, etc. Hopewell Studio’s Richard Sargent, through a process that must have seemed bionic, actually sat down to draw a collage of nearly 200 bots, posing together in a classic group shot, ...

Toy Story, Cars, Ratatouille, Up, and Wall-E get Stamped

Toy Story, Cars, Ratatouille, Up, and Wall-E get Stamped

How much does a stamp go for nowadays? Is it still a quarter? Wait, what, 44 cents?! Geez. I guess with email being so common, we’re not writing too many regular letters. However, the latest effort from the United States Postal Service might get us to start writing snail mail letters more and more, as long as we can use those sweet new Pixar stamps! Together with Disney, the USPS is ...

Disney's Day & Night short before Pixar's Toy Story 3

Disney’s Day & Night short before Pixar’s Toy Story 3

Pixar is not only world famous for it’s amazing CG feature length films, they’re also well regarded for their powerful animated shorts; brief, several-minute toons that can stand on their own at festivals, or, more recently, quick specials that appear before the longer movies. Through the Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Up, and Wall-E, we’ve seen shorts like Presto, For the Birds, ...

Waking Sleeping Beauty

Waking Sleeping Beauty

The history of beautiful animated films is no perfect fairytale. Sure, now we have Finding Nemo, Coraline, Kung Fu Panda, and The Princess and the Frog. And yeah, it all stems from the rich heritage of golden age classics, like early Mickey Mouse reels, Snow White, Looney Tunes, and Sleeping Beauty. But the late 1970s brought a “dark age,” when animation studios were shut down, ...


Pixar Short Films

On December 2nd, at 7pm, ABC Family will be hosting Walt Disney Pictures Presents Pixar Short Films, a full, 2-hour special that features 20 (20!) short animations created by the animation powerhouse. This is not going to be a marathon of Toy Story, Up, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, and others; rather, this will be a showcase of many of the brief mini-movies that aired before those films in theaters, ...


Disney XD gets Naruto

Naruto fans, rejoice! Starting this October, Viz Media’s popular anime is making its way to Disney XD, after Disney ABC Cable Networks Group signs a deal to acquire the Naruto Shippuden animated series. New (-ly dubbed) episodes will hit the airwaves in just a few weeks, ready to entertain a whole new audience set. And now that Disney and Marvel are such good pals, maybe Naruto could ...


Disney to buy Marvel

Mickey and Spidey, happy together? Looks like it! News across the blogosphere is that the Walt Disney Co. will be buying Marvel Entertainment Inc. for a super-hero-sized sum of money (upwards of $4 billion in cash and stock). This brings characters like Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Wolverine and others into the family of Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Nemo, WALL-E, and Aladdin. Worlds ...


Pixar’s Up gets a game!

There’s been a lot of buzz about lately about Pixar’s upcoming movie, Up.  We’re very excited for it here at ToonBarn, since all of the trailers look amazing.  Now, details are coming forward about the video game version of the Disney film.  THQ will be making the game available for all consoles: Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, PC, and Mac. ...

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