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Comic Book Movie

The first actual footage and a making-of video for the French 3D/CG feature length animated film Asterix: The Land of the Gods has arrived. Check it out after the jump.
Warner Bros. Animation releases pics and video preview for their latest animated episode of Teen Titans Go! Aqualad, is he really a pirate? Synopsis, stills and the clip just past the jump...
During the Licensing Expo, attendees spotted what looks like a poster of some upcoming Marvel Animated projects, featuring a possible Guardians of the Galaxy animated series. Take a look after the jump.
Sugar, spice, and everything nice. The famous Powerpuff Girls are set to return to Cartoon Network in an all-new animated series in 2016.
Weta Workshop’s Pukeko Pictures and Heavy Metal are joining forces to animate Image Comics’ Rat Queens into an animated tv series. Swords, magic, mead and women who kick ass!
Friday's North American box office numbers are in and 22 Jump Street and How to Train Your Dragon 2 are having very strong debuts. Hit the jump to check it out.
We'd all love it of course, and it sounds like directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller would love it too, but while chatting to Coming Soon the duo don't sound too hopeful about it. Still, there's a "maybe" in there! Take a look at the video interview after the jump.
Warner Bros. Animation releases pics and video teaser for their latest animated episode of Teen Titans Go! Robin makes a deal with a talking sock puppet. Synopsis, stills and the clip just click right here...
Warner Bros. Animation releases pics and video teaser for the "Real Magic" episode of Teen Titans Go! There's a pussy on Raven's head and she's not impressed. Synopsis, stills and the clip just click right here...
Shiver me timbers! Robert Zemeckis' 1988 classic, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, featured lots of iconic cartoon characters. Come see some of the characters that didn't make the cut in these storyboards of the deleted funeral scene for Marvin Acme.