Star Wars: The Clone Wars celebrates its 100th episode

The Cartoon Network has released a featurette which illustrates how Clone Wars ties into the films.

Filoni talks Clone Wars season five

Star Wars: The Clone Wars tells the story that was left greatly underserved by the films: Anakin's days as a general in the Clone Wars, and it's been doing a fantastic job.

Video: Samurai 7 returning to the small screen

The dystopian anime will be airing on Adult Swim's Toonami block.

Beware the Batman teaser gives fair warning

Beware the Batman is still a ways off. Of course this hasn't stopped fans from seeking more info, and DC graciously gave some bits and pieces away this past weekend at Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego.

A closer look at Comic-Con San Diego

With Comic-Con San Diego just around the corner, it’s easy to forget that comic books, comic book movies and toys were originally targeted at kids.

Black Dynamite detonating on Adult Swim

As a lover of B movies, drive-in and grindhouse flicks, I thought the comedy Black Dynamite was really a hoot.

Clone Wars trailer fears the Sith

Lucasfilm has released the first trailer for the upcoming fifth season of its popular CGI adventure series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

How to Train your Dragon coming to the small screen

Cartoon Network and DreamWorks pictures recently released a pair of trailers for the upcoming television series, DreamWorks' Dragons.

New Legend of Korra trailer goes live

Nickelodeon has released a new trailer for The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra.

The crystals of Thundercats

Around the mid-season mark, Thundercats had basically fallen apart for me. The clever mythology and dynamic characters introduced in the pilot were lost in the mundaneity of the individual 20 minute episodes.

Trailer for DC Nation goes live

Next year, Cartoon Network will be rolling out DC Nation, a block of programming based on the popular DC super hero comic book lines.

The children of Thundercats

Thundercats is just a few episodes in, but the show is likely losing most of its adult audience. It’s a great shame because the new series started out so well.

Thundercats are on the loose!

Warner Bros. has confirmed that its new reboot of Thundercats will be hitting the Cartoon Network this summer.