Posts Tagged ‘ Turning Mecard ’

Odds & Ends: Corus at Anime North, Teletoon tosses Turning Mecard, Dragon Ball Tour in Toronto

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YTV and Nelvana attend Anime North 2018 (Updated 5/23/2018)
Dragon Ball Tour stops in Toronto (Updated 5/21/2018)
Teletoon pulls Turning Mecard off the schedule
Teletoon promotes “1000th” episode of Pokémon
DHX sells share of Peanuts to Sony Music Entertainment
Super Neptunia RPG launches in the west this fall

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Odds & Ends XL: Mega Man: Fully Charged for the fall, Mecard sued, Bushiroad dubs

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Mega Man: Full Charged launches this fall
Spin Master brings Mattel to court over Mecard
Monster Hunter film co-produced by Toronto company
Bushiroad Dub News
Quebec City-based studio takes on Neptunia
TV Update
Mind Game in Vancouver
Blog Housekeeping

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Odds & Ends: Teletoon runs new Beyblade, Pokémon, Power Rangers; Mind Game in Alberta

Teletoon is premiering new episodes and seasons of some blog relevant shows over the next few weeks: Continue reading

Odds & Ends: Screechers Wild, Turning Mecard, Beyblade Burst Evolution

The U.S. division of Chinese media company/toy manufacturer Alpha Group launched a new children’s brand last Monday. Screechers Wild! is a line of spring-loaded transforming vehicles that activate when a magnet touches a metal disk. To support the toys, Alpha has comissioned a series of 40 animated web shorts to be released on YouTube throughout the year. The story has anthropomorphic animals driving transforming vehicles in an harness energy called Animatter.

Notably, the shorts are animated by Vancouver’s Atomic Cartoons and while uncredited, features some local voice talent like Scott McNeil and Paul Dobson. Web-series are becoming a thing for the Thunderbird Entertainment-owned animation studio. Late last year they helped produce a Minecraft series for Mattel and a Marvel show for pre-schoolers. Continue reading

Beyblade Burst Evolution on Télétoon; Mary and the Witch’s Flower in theatres next month

TV Passport is indicating that Télétoon in Quebec will run Beyblade Burst Evolution on Saturday, February 3rd at 2:30PM. An additional new episode will air on Sundays at the same time.

The first season premiered on Télétoon on May 6, 2017, and concluded on December 24, 2017. The channel had been airing reruns since that season finale. Continue reading

Curtain call for Yo-Kai Watch on Canadian TV?

Level-5’s Japanese sensation Yo-Kai Watch might be coming to an end on Canadian television. The show’s seventy-fourth episode, “Country Folk’ll Try Anything Once: The Electronics Store” is scheduled to air this Saturday at 2PM on Teletoon. Online schedules are indicating that’ll be the last time Yo-Kai Watch airs on the channel.

Next week, Turning Mecard’s fourteenth episode, “King of Beasts and Prince of the Forest” is set for Saturday at 2PM. Early scheduling claims that will now be the Korean robot cartoon’s home on the channel. New episode premieres for the series shift from Sunday to Saturday, with sixteen, “Urus, the Wandering Mecanimal” set for the 9th at 2PM. Episode fifteen will be Turning Mecard’s last Sunday premiere on the 3rd. Touching on Mecard for the last time, scheduling also indicates the show’s run on Cartoon Network Canada will conclude after episode thirteen airs on August 27th. Continue reading

Odds & Ends: Canadian Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Side of Dimensions DVD/BD dilemma; Turning Mecard product launch [Updated 8/14/2017]

4K Media, gatekeepers of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, have been embracing the original Japanese version of their shows this year. For the first time ever, the newest entry in the series, VRAINS, is getting a subtitled simulcast as it airs in Japan … as long as you don’t live in Canada and a small handful of other countries. Even Dark Side of Dimensions, the most recent theatrical film, received a subtitled run in theatres … as long as you lived in the US. That seems to be another one of this year’s themes for Yu-Gi-Oh! anime. While not deliberate (needs to be said, we were supposed to get that sub run), it unfortunately seems likely Dark Side of Dimensions’ home video release will continue that. Continue reading

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