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Teenage Mutant Turtle has a new Nickelodeon series

You can’t keep a good turtle down! Nickelodeon has a new animated series premiering sometime in 2018. The new series is Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with an all new voice cast starring Kat Graham (April O’Neil), Josh Brener (Donatello), Omar Miller (Raphael), Brandon Mychal Smith (Michelangelo), Ben Schwartz (Leonardo) and a returning favorite Eric ‘Tiger …

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DC Universe 10th Anniversary Collection

You can complete your DC Universe Original Movie collection with the 10th Anniversary Collection out on August 15th (Digital) and November 7th (Blu-Ray) from Warner Bros Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment. The collection will comprise of all 30 animated films and a All-New special feature exclusive to the box set.  It’s been ten years of …

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Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles all new TONIGHT

Are you ready to spend your sunday with Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo and a all new hour long episode tonight, Sunday, June 18th. It’s called ‘When Worlds Collide’ and if you missed it this morning catch it on demand.   The TMNT team has an old enemy back in NYC and he’s more powerful than …

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FATHOM EVENTS STUDIO GHIBLI FEST 2017

‘My Neighbor Totoro’ is coming to the U.S. Cinemas with the  STUDIO GHIBLI FEST 2017  Fathom Events June 25 and 26 Only     Mark your calendars and buy tickets for the STUDIO GHIBLI FEST 2017! The festival will include six-films in the monthly series of anime masterpieces that will be nationwide. The first fill will be in June with the iconic …

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibit at the NY Public Library

The New York Public Library is having an exhibit celebrating Black Characters in animation showing how they evolved from racial stereotypes to more realistic reflections of African-Americans. From 1900 to 1960, Hollywood’s greatest animators and biggest studios produced more than 600 cartoon shorts featuring black characters. These films reflected the racial stereotypes of the pre–Civil Rights …

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Am I the only grown up that watches the Winx Club?

I swear I watch WAY too many shows for small kids and watch them FAITHFULLY!  tee hee I think it’s because I have a vivid imagination, still love fairy tales and of course unicorns!  It’s fun ‘girl power’ show where the girls not only defend themselves but sometimes rescue the boys.  It’s positive message for …

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