One of the many things that makes Steven Universe great is its use of music—from the catchy, chiptunes-infused score to the many songs that play an important part in the show’s style and storytelling. Fans have been requesting an official soundtrack for the show for ages; now, at long last, their prayers have been…
It’s been a long time since Capcom’s beloved video game character headlined a video game. While there’s still no sign of a new game on the horizon, we now know where the in-development Mega Man cartoon will be airing.
Adventure Time is back at the end of the month, and Finn and Jake are coming back to Ooo... except, it’s not the Ooo they remember. It’s somehow even weirder, and that’s saying something.
In 2015 Cartoon Network Games and developer Grumpyface Studios released Steven Universe: Attack the Light, one of the best mobile role-playing games ever. This summer they’re back and on game consoles with Steven Universe: Save the Light.
In the first full trailer for the return of Samurai Jack, it looks like mega-mystical archvillain Aku has won a decisive victory over the series’ main character.
Steven Universe bent the laws of time and space in this week’s “Out of This World” miniseries. Not only to test how strong the bonds of love between Steven and the Gems actually are—obviously, their love is indestructible—but to explore all sorts of families, loving and functional, traditional and non-traditional,…
Next week, we’re getting a load of new Steven Universe episodes—episodes promising some pretty big reveals for Steven and the Crystal Gems. But fans of the show are used to huge dumps of episodes and nothing for months when it comes to Steven Universe. Thankfully, that doesn’t appear to be the case this time.
Fans freaked out last year when Cartoon Network announced Genndy Tartakovsky’s cult-fave series would be coming back with an all-new fifth season. We haven’t known just when those episodes would start rolling out but the network just told everyone in its own inimitable style.
Music is Steven Universe’s secret weapon—mainly because the show consistently cranks out some great, toe-tapping songs that are a highlight every time they show up. But the show’s musical excellence extends beyond its ability to offer a good tune: it connects music to characters in some profound, interesting ways.
The wax and wane of Steven Universe being on air is part and parcel of loving the show—you never know how long it’s going to be on for, when it’s going to go away again, and for how long you’ll be itching for a new set of episodes. Well, the good news is: we know that there’s more on the way very soon.
Good news for fans of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time: the show will return at the end of January for a four-night special event, composed of eight episodes. It’ll be called Adventure Time: Islands, and it promises to delve into the question of what happened to all of Finn’s fellow humans.
Imagine if you went back to an episode of the beloved DC animated series Justice League or Justice League Unlimited, but you fast-forwarded through every moment that wasn’t a fight scene—every plot point, every moment of character development, everything that wasn’t someone punching something. What you’d be left with…
I mean, I bet if DC and Cartoon Network could get away with calling this show Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman Action instead of Justice League Action, they probably would.
Ever since we first got a look at Justice League Action, the new, snappy animated take on DC’s finest heroes, we’ve wanted to see more—and now we know exactly when to expect it. The series is launching with a four-part special next month.
Few toy lines have thrived as long as the Transformers have, but those of us who grew up in the ‘80s probably barely recognize the Autobots and Decepticons you’ll now find in toy stores. Over the decades the toy line has evolved immensely, but 32 years later, it’s taking inspiration from the characters and toys that…
October is National Bullying Prevention month, and as part of their seventh annual initiative to promote awareness, Cartoon Network has announced that it’s recruiting some of its most beloved shows for a month-long block of special episodes to encourage kids to stand up to bullying.
In news that is perhaps totally unmathematical, one of Cartoon Network’s biggest shows is officially coming to its close. Six years after Finn and Jake’s adventures started, we now know they’re nearly over—but at least it won’t be for another couple of years.
Clay Martin Croker, best known as the voice of Space Ghost’s belligerent and entirely unwilling cohosts Zorak and Moltar on Cartoon Network’s seminal Space Ghost: Ghost to Coast, passed away yesterday at the age of 54.
Aside from its thematic strengths and its delightful characters, if there’s one thing Steven Universe is known for, it’s having a killer soundtrack, jam-packed with powerful, toe-tapping songs. Last night’s episode was no exception, with a chill track that rivals some of the show’s very best musical moments.
It’s Steven Universe meets Adventure Time meets The Amazing World of Gumball meets The Regular Show meets Clarence meets Uncle Grandpa. Basically Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers is a whole lot of meeting followed by a whole lot of hitting.