Cartoon Network teased us with a short video today announcing the soon return of an animated series we thought had been forgotten: Samurai Jack. Genndy Tartakovsky, creator of the series, is attached to what’s being called “a new season for the epic story,” which will premiere on the mostly anime-filled Toonami block. As for the video
I’m not that big a fan of “Jonny Quest” or even Robert Rodriguez, but many of you know that The Mask of Zorro is my favorite film of all time. Knowing that Terry Rossio is working on this new project gives me hope, even if the remake has been in development limbo for nearly 20 years now.
If you’ve never heard of Genndy Tartakovsky, then you’ve at least loved his work. The animation director is an under-the-radar legend in the business, despite never acquiring the acclaim he truly deserves. Some of his early work included Batman: The Animated Series, but the man is better known for creating Dexter’s Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls,
You’ll never watch ‘Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends’ again. Probably.