Warner Bros. and Turner will launch a new, ad-free Boomerang streaming service, featuring the classic Looney Tunes, MGM, and Hanna-Barbera cartoons.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Chipmunk Hunk, a Marvel superhero. He first appeared in “The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl” (vol. 1) #1 (March 2015).
Miles Morales will get his own animated Spider-Man film (unconnected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe) from Sony Pictures Animation in December 2018.
YouTube is launching “YouTube TV,” a streaming video service meant to compete with Sling TV and Playstation Vue for cord cutters’ attention.
Disney’s finally presented same-sex couples in an animated production, as seen in an episode of “Star vs. the Forces of Evil.”
Apple’s creating its own reality shows for its Apple Music service, “Carpool Karaoke” and “Planet of the Apps,” the latter an app developer reality show.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Lady Shiva, a DC Comics supervillain. She first appeared in “Richard Dragon, Kung Fu Fighter” #5 (December 1975).
What currently airing children’s TV cartoons mainly star adult characters? Not a very long list, but some popular shows make the cut.
A look at what non-Marvel/DC comics are coming out in May 2017, including new Boom! Studios series “Misfit City” and a “This Modern World” omnibus.
A look at the animation-related winners of this year’s Academy Awards, including the winner of this year’s Best Animated Feature, Disney’s “Zootopia.”