Premiering on Cartoon Network later this month is Teen Titans Go!, the new series that is both aesthetically and tonally inspired by the network's earlier Teen Titans cartoon. As such, in a nice nod to the previous series, today Cartoon Network debuted the theme song to Te
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After a two year wait that was much-too-long for fans of the series, The Venture Bros. is back. The irreverent comedy, from creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, has been one of the premiere features of the Adult Swim lineup for over a decade, and was renewed for two more seasons almost purely on the strength of the demand from its fervent fan base.
Season five kicks off May 19th at midnight, and Adult Swim has released
Cartoon Network's action and anime-focused Toonami programming block returned to Sunday nights last May following a four-year hiatus, with plans to re-air much of its classic content while developing original programming and continuing to acquire freshly-localized anime. This past weekend at the MomoCon anime convention in Atlanta, Toonami staff announced its plans for the block's second year back, including
May is gong to be a busy month for Boom! Studios as they release not only their Free Comic Book Day Regular Show show title, but also the second issue of its ongoing RS book by writer KC Green and artist Allison Strejlav. Boom!'s got plenty of talent backing them up, however, as seen via our first-look at Reg
One of the best things about Cartoon Network's DC Nation block is that it's been able to throw a spotlight on some of DC's lesser-known characters -- and in some cases, it's reinvented them for a new audience. The
Cartoon Network's DC Nation block may not be making new episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series or Young Justice after this season, but in the "at-least-it-is-not-all-bad" side of the news, fans can now get a closer look at the shows' replacements.Apparently timed to coincide with Toy Fair (as toy and merchandise sales, among other things, affect the long term success of an animated superhero series), Warner Bros. Consumer Prod
Earlier this month, DC Nation fans were treated to two new shorts: One featuring Amethyst, and another starring Thunder and Lightning, the young (and kind of adorable) daughters of Black Lightning. They were both fantastic, and each got enough attention that they certainly warranted further installments. Fortunately, more were already in the can. An Amethyst follow up ha
Boom! Studios has been teasing the launch of a Regular Show comic for a few weeks, and now, we finally know what's in store for Mordecai, Rigby and the rest of the crew from the park: An ongoing series launching this April with the creative team of KC Green and Allison Strejlau.
While Boom! describes Strejlau as a newcomer, webcomics fans will probably already know Green from his work as the creator of Gunshow. As