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Cartoon Network Premieres for October 19, 2015: “Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!”, “Wabbit,” “Teen Titans Go!”, and More

by Ed Liuon October 19, 2015
Cartoon Network has released plot synopses for upcoming premieres the week of October 19, 2015. BE COOL, SCOOBY-DOO! On this week’s episodes of Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Monday, October 19 at 4:00 p.m. (ET/PT)… “Party Like It’s 1899” – Daphne brings the Gang to a Victorian murder mystery party, so they can dress up and solve […]
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UK Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito Announce November Highlights

by Grant Whiteon October 18, 2015
Remember, remember CN this November, cartoons with humour and plot. I see no reason why in this monthly season they should ever be forgot. Start your week off with a bang as Mega Mondays brings new episodes of Clarence (4pm), Regular Show (4:30pm), Adventure Time (5pm), Teen Titans Go! (5:30pm), Supernoobs (6pm) and Steven Universe […]

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“Ben 10 Omniverse: Undertown Chase” App Released In UK

by Grant Whiteon October 15, 2015
Plumbers in training can now test their skills with the Ben 10 Omniverse: Undertown Chase game, available in the United Kingdom on both iOS and Android. Based on the latest incarnation of the popular action-comedy show, the game can be played as either Ben or his partner Rook and involves a chase through the secret alien […]

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NYCC 2015: The “Wabbit” Panel (DUCK Panel! Fire!!!!)

by Ed Liuon October 14, 2015
The new Looney Tunes show Wabbit was the centerpiece of a panel on the last day of New York Comic Con 2015, with producer Gary Hartle joined by voice talent Jeff Bergman (Bugs Bunny), Bob Bergen (Porky Pig), and J.P. Karliak (Wile E. Coyote). The moderator of the panel was unfortunately stuck in transit and […]

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NYCC 2015: Adventure Time Panel Discusses Marceline Miniseries

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2015
Adventure Time is considered the modern-day flagship series of Cartoon Network. It revived the channel from a tailspin of Canadian imports and live-action reality shows and became one of the most successful animated shows of the decade. Finn and Jake heads can still be seen in every promotional graphic the network uses. Despite all this, […]