Adventure Time already came to Mojang’s survival game/block building phenom Minecraft last year, and now the animated series is returning the favor with a special episode that sees Finn and friends having fun in a much more angular version of the Land of Ooo than they’re used to.
I feel like I understand most merchandising decisions. This one is a little lost on me.
The first season of Ian Jones-Quartey’s OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes was a surprisingly charming introduction to a madcap world inhabited by superheroes, villains, demons, aliens, and one earnest little boy who just wants to become the best hero there ever was.
The internet, as it is wont to do, got into a bit of a hissy fit recently with the announcement of ThunderCats Roar, a comedy-tinged, heavily stylized re-imagining of Lion-O and his friends that had some fans wishing the franchise could’ve gotten a more serious reboot instead. But Thundercats already did, seven years…
Last year, Adult Swim teased that, finally, the seventh season of Venture Bros. would premiere late into 2018, with a tease of “422 days” last September placing the debut sometime this November. Fortunately, things are going even better than expected.
There are any number of reasons as to why fans of the original ThunderCats series from the ‘80s are up in arms over the style of ThunderCats Roar, Cartoon Network’s upcoming reboot of the franchise that’s decidedly more whimsical and aimed at a younger audience.
In just a few short years, Warner Bros.’ DC Super Hero Girls franchise—which reimagines some of the comics giant’s most famous female heroes as teenaged high schoolers—has become one of the company’s most successful endeavors. It already consists of comic books, toys, and a web series, but now it’s becoming a…
One of the best things about Steven Universe is how infinitely re-watchable the entire series is. But now that Steven and the Crystal Gems are uncovering new truths about the Diamonds, the primary but mysterious antagonist of the show, watching it from the beginning is a completely different experience.
The ThunderCats are back... but they’re really, really not looking how you’d think they would.
It’s been years since we last saw former superhero-turned-attorney Harvey Birdman trying to keep classic Hanna-Barbera characters out of jail—and in that time, he’s apparently been making some serious career moves.
There was a very brief moment after Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon sent out a cryptic tweet about the show’s future when fans were all but certain that the cult hit might not be returning for a fourth season. Turns out, though, that’s not the case.
It’s over, isn’t it?
You had one job.
As Steven’s gradually come into his powers over the past five seasons, Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl have carefully kept many of the specifics about Rose, the Diamonds, and the great Gem War to themselves. That secrecy’s a big part of what’s pushed Steven to become independent and seek out answers for himself, but in…
One of the odd quirks of growing up on the East Coast is that you really don’t see that many cartoons that are specifically about the unique experience of growing up in the mid-Atlantic. It may sound foreign to some, but for many of us, those memories of kicking around in the woods beyond our houses are unforgettable.
Take a moment to think of just flexibility, love, and trust and how Garnet of the Crystal Gems is going to react to meeting Steven Universe’s Off-Color Homeworld gems. Steven Universe is about to make its long-overdue return to Cartoon Network on April 9, and judging from the newest clip from the show, the next…
It’s incredible to think that Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar had most of the series’ grand narrative arc planned out in detail years before it began airing on Cartoon Network. All of Steven and the Gems’ triumphs, discoveries, and adventures have been leading up to this moment.
It’s been over a year since Cartoon Network’s Artist Program perked up our ears with a mini-pilot for Infinity Train, a supernatural mystery about a young girl trapped on a seemingly endless locomotive with no answers (and a kingdom of corgis). Luckily, the train is finally pulling into the station.
No matter how wild and space-faring Steven Universe’s day-to-day adventures might get, the series always re-centers its focus on the Crystal Gems and Steven with its gorgeous ending song “Love Like You.” The theme brings us back to earth. It’s solid, it’s simple, and it’s the foundation of the Gems’ beliefs. Check out…
As Steven’s gotten older over the past five seasons of Steven Universe, he’s come into his powers in ways no one expected—not even the Crystal Gems. In this weekend’s surprised drop of two new episodes, Steven’s mysterious dream abilities take the center stage to reveal the Diamond he (and his mother) supposedly…