In a way, we already know how Star Wars Rebels ends. The Rebels form a strong alliance, a band of them steals the Death Star plans, Luke Skywalker blows it up, and the Empire is staggered. But before any of that can happen, the show has to answer some very important questions.
At San Diego Comic-Con, the brand new DuckTales character of Mark Beaks was described as the “only thing” that Flintheart Glomgold and Scrooge McDuck hated more than each other. And in this clip of his introduction, it’s easy to see why.
Halloween’s about two things: being scared, and being cute as heck while being scared. Okay, well, maybe that’s not quite right, but it’s what I always strive for. And these seasonal short animations definitely agree with me.
The new Spider-Man cartoon is a hard reset on what came before, bringing Peter Parker back to that familiar place of the fresh young teen trying to balance newfound power with the responsibility of school life. But, for all the trappings of familiarity, the show is laying some interesting new groundwork for one…
The new Spider-Man series on Disney XD, coming after the end of Ultimate Spider-Man, decided to strip Peter Parker back to his most basic form: a young, nerdy high school teen who’s only just been awakened to his great powers. Except, apparently, the show’s also bringing along another three Spider-heroes just because.
Baymax and Hiro are coming to just cute up the gosh-darn heck out of Disney XD’s lineup this fall, and now we’ve got a month: November. There’s also a lovely, albeit all-too brief, new teaser.
You are going to want to blow up this map of Duckburg, I promise you. There are a lot of fun things hidden here, not just Launchpad McQuack’s plane crashed into the mountain that Scrooge’s McDuck Manor is on.
The rebooted DuckTales has a clear reverence for the original, and there are things for fans to notice and geek out over in much of the footage we’ve already seen. And yet, there are still some Easter eggs out there waiting to be found.
Disney XD’s revitalized and rebooted DuckTales is a testament to the staying power of Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. It’s also a grand showing of how far animation in general has come since 1987.
He’s yet to learn about great responsibility, but Marvel’s newest animated iteration of Spider-Man is already getting used to his great powers in the latest prologue short for the new series.
Between David Tennant, Community’s Danny Pudi, the hope of new footage, and the immense amount of nostalgia has for the beloved Disney cartoon, the DuckTales panel at San Diego Comic-Con was packed. And boy, did Disney XD make it worth their while.
At San Diego Comic-Con, Disney XD premiered a new clip from the premiere of the new iteration of DuckTales. And you will fall in love with this family, but man do they have some issues
With so many iterations of Peter Parker in comics, cartoons, movies, games, and more, the moment a radioactive spider bites the young student while on a field trip is burned into the minds of anyone who is even vaguely familiar with Spider-Man. That doesn’t stop Marvel’s new Spidey cartoon from revisiting it.
The instant DuckTales premiered in 1987, its theme song lodged itself permanently in the minds of everyone who heard it. So, with a new version of the show premiering this year, the worry was that Disney would mess with perfection. Thankfully, the tune has been left almost entirely intact.
Hey, did you know that Donald Duck turns 83 tomorrow? Well, the character first appeared on June 9, 1934. And combining that date with the upcoming reboot of the DuckTales cartoon, Disney’s going to be premiering six shorts tomorrow. One of them—an appropriately birthday-themed one—is already here.
Disney XD has released the entire collection of animated shorts for its upcoming Avengers: Secret Wars series, giving us a glimpse at Ms. Marvel’s induction into the Avengers club. It’s awesome to see Ms. Marvel on the small screen, even if it’s only in animated form... but let’s just say her debut gets a little weird.
Spider-Man’s about to get his third cinematic reboot, so naturally it’s time he got a new cartoon to go with it. And while this first look definitely borrows some things from the new movie, it otherwise looks to be set in its own Spider-Verse.
At the pace it’s been going lately, it’s hard not to feel like Rebels has been heading toward its conclusion. We’re getting closer and closer to A New Hope in the show’s timeline—but there’s still more stories to tell before Rebels ends, it seems, as Disney and Lucasfilm have just confirmed a fourth season of the show.
This first trailer for DuckTales might just be the coolest thing we see all week, all year, or in our lifetimes. David Tennant was simply born to play Scrooge McDuck.
Excellent news! Disney has announced new details about the animated series that will serve as a continuation of Big Hero Six, as well as new art from the show—and confirmed that the vast majority of the film’s voice cast will reprise their roles for it.