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NYCC 2016: Rebecca Sugar And The Meaning Behind Steven Universe

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2016
Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe and all that has to do with him, addressed a large crowd of fans at NYCC. The show is immensely popular now, and much of the reason has to do with the freedom it’s been given…but is there anything the network’s ever had an issue with? “There’s always a […]
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Review: “Adventure Time: I See Ooo” Virtual Reality Game – Step Into The Adventure

by Grant Whiteon October 5, 2016
The Internet has really changed the face of tie-in games. Online media quickly became a means to promote shows and movies, with the most common content being simple Flash games inspired by retro classics. The Internet age evolved rapidly, however, and thus so have the games. Cartoon Network have been a front runner of this […]

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Review: “We Bare Bears: Viral Video” DVD – Quietly Surprising

by Ed Liuon October 4, 2016
I’m at a bit of a loss in trying to review the We Bare Bears: Viral Video DVD, the first home video release of Cartoon Network’s new series that contains a dozen episodes of the show. To a degree, it’s the same difficulty I’ve always had in articulating exactly what it is about the show […]
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Forums: Mighty Magiswords – The Cartoon Network/Boomerang Cartoon Forum

by Eileen Cruzon October 3, 2016
Cartoon Network has filed trademarks that they never used in the past, but I’m seeing six trademarks for Mighty Magiswords. The creator also said he’s working on something for Cartoon Network on his tumblr. So I think it’s safe to say that this show is being made. Thoughts? It’s hard to tell if this concept […]

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Forums: Teen Titans Go! News & Discussion Thread, Part 2 (Spoilers)

by Eileen Cruzon September 30, 2016
Check out the latest news and discussions centered around the comedic adventures of the Teen Titans! Teen Titans Go! Thursdays 6 PM ET/PT on Cartoon Network This follow-up to the popular “Teen Titans” series takes a more comedic look at the superheroes, showing what life is like for the teens when their capes come off. […]
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“Adventure Time” Ending After Ninth Season, New Eps to Air Through 2018

by Ed Liuon September 29, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter covers Cartoon Network’s announcement that Adventure Time will be ending when it’s ninth season wraps up production, with new episodes airing through 2018. The hit series, created by Pendleton Ward, has earned six Emmy awards and several BAFTA and Annie Awards. The show has accumulated a massive fanbase, including the crew of […]

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Adult Swim Boasts All The Space Ghost Coast To Coast You Can Toast

by Peter Paltridgeon September 20, 2016
You have likely heard by now that Clay Martin Croker, the animator and voices behind Cartoon Network’s groundbreaking late-night series Space Ghost Coast to Coast (which wound up giving birth to an entire network’s worth of irreverent, quirky programming), has passed on at the unfair age of 54. And if you hadn’t heard that yet, […]
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Clay Martin Croker, Voice of Zorak 1962-2016

by Dan Collinson September 19, 2016
Vulture reports that animator and voice actor Clay Martin Croker passed away on Sunday. He was 54. Croker was best known as the voice of Zorak and Moltar on Space Ghost Coast to Coast, a late night talk show based on the classic 60s cartoon that aired on Cartoon Network. He also reprised the Moltar […]

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It’s True: Regular Show Is About To End

by Peter Paltridgeon September 13, 2016
Rumors have been flying these past few months about the upcoming eighth season of Regular Show possibly being its last. Today Cartoon Network’s chief content officer Rob Sorcher confirmed the rumors are true: Mordecai and Rigby’s final adventure will air sometime in January. Creator’s wishes. “Regular Show has been so much fun,” says series creator […]
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Cartoon Network UK Study Finds Children Value Humour And Kindness As Qualities

by Grant Whiteon September 12, 2016
A study undertaken to promote Cartoon Network UK’s continuing Imagination Studios programme reveals that UK children prioritise noble traits such as humour and kindness. The nationwide survey of 6-12 year olds, their parents and teachers found that, whilst 63% of kids prefer to draw over write and the majority would start by designing how their […]