Wednesday, January 18, 2006

X Men Cartoon

The X-Men Cartoon Maker was a recreational software package that allows the user to create animations with a minimal level of sophistication by utilising a library of backdrops, animations and sound effects from the 1992 Marvel Comics X-Men animated series.
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The game was developed by education software developer Instinct Corporation and published by Knowledge Adventure for PC in 1996. The game features narration by Cathal J. Dodd as Wolverine and Iona Morris as Storm in the animated series. The game includes all the major characters from the animated series, and for each cast member, typically includes three animations.
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The software also includes three animated projects created by X-Men co-creator, Stan Lee and voiced by Cathal J. Dodd and Iona Morris.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Original Superman Cartoon

The Superman animated cartoons, commonly but somewhat erroneously known as the "Fleischer Superman cartoons" were a series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films, released by Paramount Pictures between 1941 and 1943, based upon the comic book character Superman.

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Superman was Fleischer Studios' final animated series before Famous Studios took over production on September 20, 1942.

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Saturday, January 14, 2006

Batman Joker

In 1940, the collaborative team of Batman creator Bob Kane, co-creator Bill Finger and writer Jerry Robinson conceived a villain that would haunt the Caped Crusader for over half a century. A photograph of actor Conrad Veidt in the 1928 silent film The Man Who Laughs and a joker playing card reportedly inspired the men to create the master criminal and introduce him in "Batman #1." The Joker was a mass-murdering misfit who possessed a chalk-white face, fluorescent green hair and a set of bright red lips that caressed his broad, evil smile. But following the 1954 creation of the Comics Code Authority, introduced in the United States to regulate comic books, the Joker character slowly lost his criminal credentials and essentially disappeared from the Batman comics in the mid-'60s.
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Batman Animated Series

Batman: The Animated Series (often shortened Batman: TAS or BTAS) is an American, two time Emmy Award winning animated series adaptation of the comic book series featuring the DC Comics superhero, Batman.

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The visual style of the series is based on the artwork of producer Bruce Timm. The original episodes, produced by Bruce Timm, Alan Burnett, and Eric Radomski, were first aired on the Fox Network from 1992 to 1995. When the first season of the series aired on weekday afternoons, it lacked an on-screen title but was officially titled Batman: The Animated Series, as evidenced in promotional advertisements for the series. When its timeslot was moved to weekends (on some Fox channels) for the second season, it was named The Adventures of Batman & Robin, a title originally used in the 1969-70 animated series created by Filmation, to emphasize the crime fighting partnership of the characters and allow younger audiences to become more familiar with Robin, who would shortly afterwards feature in the 1995 film Batman Forever.
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Friday, January 13, 2006

Superman Cartoon Movie

Superman: The Animated Series is the unofficial title of a Warner Bros.' American animated television series that ran from 1996 to 2000. The official title of the series was simply Superman and starred the fictional character of the same name. Warner Bros. applied the same "more modern, more serious" animated treatment to DC Comics' flagship character in the same way they had successfully produced Batman: The Animated Series. Both shows had no logo. Slightly edited reruns can currently be seen weekday evenings at 7/6c on Toon Disney (in spite of Warner's rivalry with Disney). The show will also be on the new Disney XD (Toon Disney's successor) on February, 2009.
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Monday, January 2, 2006

Bugs Bunny Games

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The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle (Roger Rabbit (ロジャーラビット, RojāRabitto?) in Japan) is an action puzzle game made by Kemco released on the NES starring the popular Warner Brothers cartoon character Bugs Bunny and was first released in 1989. The object of the game is to guide Bugs through a series of rooms collecting carrots to save Honey Bunny. However, four rascals are guarding the castle: Sylvester, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, and Wile E. Coyote. An early beta version of the game shows the working title as, "Bugs Bunny Fun House".
A sequel, The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2, was released for the Game Boy in 1991.

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Sunday, January 1, 2006

Superman Cartoon

First there was the comic book Action Comics but before even Kirk Alyn took off into the wild blue yonder there was Max and Dave Fleischer's Superman cartoon shorts shown before movie features in the early forties. No one would even come close to the quality of these cartoons until the 1990's Superman the Animated Series.

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Having witnessed the death of the live action Superman actor, George Reeves, the sixties would once again see an animated Superman. This cartoon would be on Saturday mornings instead of movie screens. Not great on animation but not without its fans due to its campy fun quality. This Superman cartoon premiered on CBS in 1966 as The New Adventures of Superman. The show was renamed The Superman-Aquaman Hour of Adventure in the second season and renamed again in the third season as the The Batman-Superman Hour. Superman was voiced by the same actor who did the radio show earlier, Clayton "Bud" Collyer. These cartoons also consisted of Superboy and Krypto cartoons. These cartoons are now seen on the Boomerang Cartoon Network, a spin-off of the Cartoon Network. Usually the show runs on Sunday afternoons on the Superman Batman Hour which also includes episodes of Superman.

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