We have a mysterious (of course) clue to Westworld’s second season. The fate of Ash is revealed is Ash vs Evil Dead doesn’t get renewed. Someone working on the Bumblebee movie has high praise for the Bumblebee movie. Plus, DC’s New Gods movie has a writer, Rocket Raccoon does not care for the Avengers, and more.…
Here is how to make a great video game featuring licensed characters. Step one: find a great video game. Step two: put characters from We Bare Bears, Steven Universe and Adventure Time in it. That’s pretty much how Cartoon Network Match Land was born.
There’s just one week left till San Diego Comic-Con returns to blast us in the face with awesome pop culture spectacle, cosplay, and fantastic, expensive goodies. Here’s the very best toys and collectibles at this year’s show that we can’t wait to line up forever for (or, more likely, pay even more for on eBay…
When Adventure Time makes its triumphant return to Cartoon Network next week with five all-new episodes, all will not be well in the Land of Ooo. For starters, something weird as hell is going on with Jake.
Adventure Time and Regular Show already both have their own ongoing comic series from Boom Studios imprint Kaboom. Now, they’re combining into a totally mathematical new creation: a special crossover comic book series beginning later this year.
We’re living in a golden age of clever animated shows focused on the adventures young kids doing what kids do best: defeating magical monsters and solving mysteries. As great Steven Universe and the Gravity Falls twins are on their own, though, haven’t you ever wondered what would happen if they teamed up?
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.
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.
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.
One of the greatest animated series of all time pays homage to another cartoon that will undoubtedly also be fondly remembered for decades as The Simpsons recreates Adventure Time for its latest couch gag opening, airing before the first episode of season 28.
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.
As Lego Dimensions, the video game that mashes up all of your favorite pop-culture franchises, moves into its second year, the toymaker is pulling out all the stops when it comes to introducing new characters, worlds, and vehicles. If you thought you could give your credit card a rest after the first series, you’re so…
Season four of Orphan Black has come! The two-hour season finale of iZombie! The series premiere of Whitley Strieber’s Hunters! Jonah Hex debuts on Legends of Tomorrow! And just what the hell is Kong: King of the Apes? Find out in This Week’s TV!
The same folks who brought you the Game of Thrones porn, the Guardians of the Galaxy porn and the Doctor Who porn have now done the unthinkable: Adventure Time porn! Is nothing sacred? The good news is, we’ve got the SFW trailer and it’s hilarious. (Note: trailer includes naughty language. And there’s a talking dildo.)
This week’s television includes the series finales of the beloved Lost Girl, and the slightly less beloved Second Chance. Stitchers returns for a slightly retooled second season, while iZombie, Arrow and The Flash come back from hiatus! My body is ready—is yours? It’s all on This Week’s TV.
Holy stuff! Lego’s Ideas program lets amateur builders submit ideas for new sets, and if it gets 10,000 votes from fans, the company will consider making it a reality. And this morning Lego revealed one of the next sets it’s officially putting into production is aBetterMonkey’s Adventure Time creation.
Last month, it was announced that 25 years’ worth of Nicktoon characters—possibly everyone from Eliza Thornberry to Invader Zim to Ginger to Doug—will join forces in one all-star, ensemble, Avengers-style movie. A lot of these guys were on the airwaves back in the ‘90s. Seeing the fan-made promo images made me…