Rick and Morty is a genre-hopping, reality-hopping sort of show. So the science-loving weirdo duo becoming an anime isn’t all that surprising. In fact, there are hints that it might actually happen on the real show. But I’m still amazed that it looks this good.
Time is an illusion that helps things make sense.
Though Adventure Time’s series finale brought Finn and Jake’s televised adventures to an end this week, the event also confirmed one of the most interesting and longstanding theories about the show that astonished and delighted many fans.
The distinct undertones of loss and mourning throughout Adventure Time’s hour-long finale, “Come Along With Me,” feel both appropriate for the special’s focus on the Great Gum War and at odds with the larger show’s generally optimistic worldview.
Come on, grab your friends—because round about right now, Cartoon Network is airing the very last episode of Adventure Time. And the fun had to end at some point.
Adventure Time is wrapping up forever on September 3 (with a season 10 finale that’ll have its own soundtrack), but you won’t have to be without it for long. A DVD that collects the final three seasons and all kinds of bells and whistles will be out September 4, and io9 has an exclusive sneak peek.
Adventure Time is coming to a close, after 10 glorious seasons, with an epic battle the likes of which we’ve never seen. So, it only makes sense that the finale, “Come Along With Me,” will have its own epic soundtrack.
Before I watched Steven Universe, I was skeptical. Now, it’s the rare show that helps me cope.
When we got a first look at the G1-inspired toys for Transformers: Cyberverse, we knew the accompanying animated series would also be a throwback to the beloved original cartoon. Now we’ve got a trailer that shows just how much of a throwback it is—all the way back to the franchises’ ‘80s origins.
Even though Rick and Morty hasn’t been on-air in a distressingly long time, the creative team behind the show is hard at work on getting the upcoming episodes of the series ready.
Even though Steven Universe is technically about a bunch of sentient rocks whose humanoid physical forms are just hard light constructs, the show’s gems are presented as female and the emotional relationships between them are coded as queer.
Who doesn’t want superheroes to come to their birthday party?
One of the less-than-enviable things about growing up in a major metropolitan area with slightly more protective than average parents is never having the chance to spend a few weeks during the summer in a magical world commonly known as sleepaway camp. This cruel reality is one of the many things that makes Cartoon…
Steven Universe has always given its villains sprawling narrative arcs about redemption that culminate with them coming to love Steven and deciding to become his allies. In most cases, that transition is verbalized over multiple episodes, but the show handles things quite a bit differently in “Legs From Here to…
In 2016, Cartoon Network launched a short animated film called Infinity Train as part of its pilot program, and it quickly became a viral hit. And yet, it would take another two years for the channel to finally confirm it would turn the short into a full series. Now, we have an intriguing first look.
OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes is about to get even more, uh, heroic, because some of Cartoon Network’s best and brightest are going to be joining the characters in a special television event.
Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar and the rest of the Crystal Gems came to this year’s San Diego Comic Con with an all new episode of Steven Universe teasing what’s in store store for Steven in the next arc of their epic adventures and, well, the last of the Diamonds (and her Princess Leia-inspired Pearl) is…
All adventures have to end, and this one looks like it’s going out with a full-scale war.
Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball is a delightfully demented, acerbic show about anthropomorphic animals (and, um, other things) living in the suburbs, and it delights in breaking the fourth wall. A new homage to Cowboy Bebop reminds us how great the minds behind the show are.
Steven Universe is, without a doubt, one of the most groundbreaking television shows airing right now because of its strong messages about queer positivity, inclusion, and the power of love. As much of an impact as the show has had on its fanbase, it also helped creator Rebecca Sugar become more comfortable with her…