Good news for Steven Universe fans who also love video games: This weekend at PAX East, Cartoon Network is unveiling two new video games, including Steven Universe: Save the Light. Based on the popular and beloved animated series, Save the Light will be a console RPG with an original story by series creator Rebecca Sugar set for release this summer.
But it's not alone. Cartoon Network is also launching OK KO: Let's Be Heroes with a game and animated series focused on "an endlessly optimistic kid attempting to level up to be the best he can be in a dynamic universe of friends and challenging foes," developed by Capybara Games and artist Ian Jones-Quartey.
Every revival brings with it one inevitable question: whether revisiting opens the door to a full-scale continuation. The same could be asked of Adult Swim’s coming Samurai Jack Season 5, the first in over a decade, though creator Genndy Tartakovsky definitively confirms that the March revival will bring an end to Jack’s journey.
We’ve already seen one look at Samurai Jack’s Adult Swim return for Season 5, but it’s worth wondering how the style has evolved in a decade or so since its Cartoon Network days. Allow Genndy Tartakovsky and composer Tyler Bates to explain in an extended featurette for the March premiere.
It’s only been the better part of a decade for us, but Samurai Jack has spent a full fifty years waiting for his return, while Aku’s influence over the world has only grown. See for yourself in the full trailer for Season 5's March premiere, as Adult Swim makes full use of its timeslot for some bloody battles ahead.
After so many years (and an apparent lifetime’s worth of rain), Cartoon Network’s Samurai Jack is finally unsheathing his sword for a March return. The fifth season looks ready to strike in a brand-new teaser for the Adult Swim premiere, set fifty years after the prior series.
Welcome to Together Breakfast, the feature where Elle Collins and Katie Schenkel come together to dig in and relish every last drop of Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe.
In this episode, Yellow Diamond is losing her patience with Blue Diamond, and the Crystal Gems and Universes desperately need to get off the space station.
Welcome to Together Breakfast, the feature where Elle Collins and Katie Schenkel come together to dig in and relish every last drop of Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe. We’ve got a whole week’s worth of new episodes happening, and as usual we’re doing our best to stay on top of is. Hopefully you can keep up with us as we keep up with the show.
In this episode, the Crystal Gems are trying to rescue Greg, and to do that they have to pretend to be who and what they were made to be, even if they’re out of the habit. "Gem Heist" was written by Hilary Florido and Lauren Zuke, and directed by Kat Morris and Ricky Cometa.
We’ve known since at least 2015 that Cartoon Network’s Samurai Jack would live anew with an Adult Swim revival, and it might be time to get that theme stuck in your head again. The network has quietly confirmed a March premiere date for the returning series
The first installments of Cartoon Network’s new Justice League Action will bow as early as this Friday, and the latest look at our “Shazam Slam” beginnings trot out even more DC favorites. Arrow meets Constantine yet again in a new clip, along with Swamp Thing, Wonder Woman and more.