Water. Earth. Fire. Air. The forces that hold all benders together also bind together these excellent posters.
You can’t keep a good alien dead set on world domination down, even if he’s a bad alien who is in fact very bad at world domination. Because Invader Zim is finally returning to TV in a brand-new movie titled Enter the Florpus.
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, coming to Nickelodeon September 17, reunites Raphael, Leonardo, Donatello, and Michelangelo to fight new enemies with a brand new style, a shockingly overqualified voice cast, and a brand new trailer, too.
Break out the rattles and diapers. Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Angelica, and the rest of the gang will return in multiple mediums.
Sure, Aang is cute, but there’s a reason why Avatar: The Last Airbender fans have continued to celebrate “Zutara Week” every year for the past decade. Even Avatar star Dante Bosco gets it: Katara and Zuko are one hot item. In the latest episode of io9's Total Shipshow, Gizmodo social editor Emily Lipstein talks about…
It’s a wonderful world, with a possible humanitarian crisis. The first teaser for Nickelodeon’s Wonder Park looks whimsical and gorgeous. But, it’s also a bit... disturbing. Seriously: Where did all these people come from? I’m gonna need to ask you a few questions, monkey.
Are you ready to go ninja, go ninja, go... throw your laptop into the sewer? Nickelodeon has a surprise 30 years in the making: A montage of actual turtles singing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song. If you thought it was going to be righteous reptiles jamming with Vanilla Ice, I’ve got some bad news.
Get ready to pick so many giant noses. Nickelodeon has announced it’s rebooting the classic game show Double Dare, set to return this summer.
When Nick revealed the new designs for its upcoming Ninja Turtles cartoon reboot, there was a bit of a shock at just how stylized this latest take on the heroes in a half-shell looked. But it turns out those zany, over-the-top-cartoony designs actually look pretty solid in motion.
Get ready for annoying brothers, window-climbing BFFs, and lots of fourth-wall breaking. Clarissa Explains It All looks to be returning to Nickelodeon with a sequel series, with Melissa Joan Hart reprising the role that made her a star.
Long ago, animation fans lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when Avatar: The Last Airbender vanished off the air. Ten years have passed and we’ve since discovered a new Avatar, a waterbender named Korra (who’s also since left the airwaves). But now, Nickelodeon’s legendary animated series is back in…
Yesterday, Butch Hartman, the creator of Fairly Odd Parents and Danny Phantom, two of the most beloved animated shows of the past two decades, announced that he was leaving Nickelodeon, his creative home since he sold the first Fairly Odd Parents short to the network in 1997.
There’s lots of new music coming to the live-action Spongebob Squarepants stage musical, most of it coming from an impressive list of artists. They Might Be Giants has contributed a track, along with T.I., Jonathan Coulton, The Flaming Lips and others. But, don’t worry, the theme song is still there. It’s just...…
Usually, when television networks resurrect long-canceled series, the newly-revived characters’ stories pick up sometime in the future, with everyone having gone on living their lives. That’s not the case with Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling. Apparently, they’ve been stuck in the ‘90s.
The Legend of Korra brought a new twist to Avatar’s world of element-wielding magic users by introducing Pro-Bending, a 3v3 spectator sport where benders could use their abilities in arena combat. Now, it’s becoming the first official Korra board game, thanks to IDW and Nickelodeon.
It looks like even cartoon characters miss the ’90s. Rocko’s Modern Life, cancelled after four seasons in 1996, is set to return with an hour-long special, Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, and Nickelodeon has brought back the original cast for one more adventure in O-Town.
If there is one thing Nickelodeon has realized in the last year or so, it’s the vast money- and publicity-generating power of nostalgia. But since it’s bringing Invader Zim back, I’m kind of okay with the pandering.
Say what you will about the Pop Vinyl toy aesthetic, there is something to be admired in Funko’s ability to acquire licenses for their toys like grey goo nanomachines devouring their way across the face of the Earth. Case in point, the company announced like, a hojillion toys at the UK Toy Fair yesterday, and we want…
This weekend, Nickelodeon will air a TV movie based on the ‘90s TV game show Legends of the Hidden Temple. While most attempts to turn nostalgia for games or toys into fiction sound awful, I’m pretty optimistic about this one—because despite being a game show, every episode of Legends of the Hidden Temple was its own…
Honestly, this is what we’re here for, right? Temple guards, the shrine of the silver monkey, a blue barracudas shirt...that’s all great. But this is the person—er, giant stone head—that we all idolize.