For those of you whose lives have been lacking in magical battles against dudes with names like "Dark Opal," we have some good news: This Saturday during Cartoon Network's "DC Nation" block, Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld is set to debut with the first installment of a series of short cartoons. And from the looks of things,
With Ultimate Spider-Man's inclusion of the heroic pig Spider-Ham on Disney XD, I suppose it was only a matter of time before The Universe responded with an animated anthropomorphic animal countercartoon from DC Comics. No, it's not a Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! show, it's the newly-cre
Over the past six months, Cartoon Network's DC Nation shorts have provided us with some pretty awesome animation. The breakout hits, of course, are Super Best Friends Forever and Teen Titans Go -- the latter of which is being expanded to a full series -- but I'm also pretty fond of the retro-styled breakdancing adventures
San Diego Comic-Con officially opens its doors to fans tomorrow, and Warner Bros. Animation has prepared two posters promoting its animated offerings on Cartoon Network. DC Nation will be represented by a group shot of the Saturday morning program block's iconic characters, including a hearty image from the upcoming CG animated Beware The Batman, while CN's animated MAD series h
When there's danger, you'll once again know who to call next year, as Cartoon Network has announced a quasi revival of the 2003-2006 Teen Titans animated series to debut as part of the DC Nation Saturday morning block in 2013. It's not a full-on continuation o
Despite the fact that comics continuity wasn't especially kind to Justice League Detroit's famed break dancing/shock wave shooting hero in the past, things are looking up for Paco Ramone a.k.a. Vibe
Is Starfire the most upbeat superhero in existence? Before you answer that question, take a look at the sneak peek from this weekend's New Teen Titans short from Cartoon Network's DC Nation block, "Blackfire's Babysitter." It just might change your answer if you were thinking of saying "no."In tomorrow's New Teen Titans minisode, Starfire volunteers to babysit her sister B
The shorts in this weekend's DC Nation on Cartoon Network are all about the education: When Aquaman is out of town, who better to deal with the dangers of the aquatic Black Manta than a hero who swims with the fishes (literally)? And just what kind of sports does Superman like?
Alongside another installment of the Aardman Animation vox populi series DC's World's Funnest -- Although, judging from this clip, isn't this a re-run of the first episode? -- this Saturday will see a second episode of the ridiculously fun Animal Man shorts, this time seeing him face-off against Aquaman's arch-nemesis in a showdown to reveal who the true hero of the beach really is:
As well as these two shorts, there'll also be full length episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series (including the origin of a new Red Lantern) and Young Justice, with the latter seeing the one thing standing between the Earth and an alien invasion being Beast Boy. Yeah, we're probably all going to be in trouble come Sunday...
DC Nation airs at 10am every Saturday on Cartoon
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