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 a new five minute trailer.
Euge is on the road, so quick post. Here’s the X-Men episode everyone has been asking for, as we watch Pryde of the X-Men.
Check out all the upcoming episodes of Gravity Falls on the Disney Channel
On top of Playmates’ rejuvenated action figure line, Lego’s new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sets are perhaps one of the greatest things to come out of Nickelodeons new CG animated series. As a principally “Pirate” and “Space” theme fan as a kid, I hadn’t paid too much attention to Lego’s Ninjago sets over the past few years, but when the bricksmith’s announced a proper TMNT line, I suspected the company was well prepared to arm Minifigs with the proper weapons and accessories to successfully bring Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird’s ever-adapted comic book world to life in plastic pieces. Lego recently sent CA the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shellraiser Street Chase set to check out, and I can unrepentantly use a silly abbreviation to report that it’s my
cup of tea slice of ‘za.
Here I have drawn FINN THE HUMAN from that cartoon program that you like, ADVENTURE TIME!
If you really like this picture, you can help me pay for my puppy’s emergency vet visit by purchasing the original art for it in my Etsy shop!
It is also available as prints and t-shirts and iPhone cases and such in my Society6 shop!
There are also other things by me available for purchase in both of those shops if you’ve got a bunch of big bags of money laying around and no idea what to spend it on, so why not check that out?
Or, if you want to help me out, but don’t have any big bags of money laying around, you can help out by REBLOGGING this, as perhaps one of your friends/followers is the Monopoly guy.
Thanks a lot!
By Chris Sims
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how great it was that the “DC Nation” shorts on Cartoon Network put a spotlight onto some of DC’s lesser-known properties (like Amethyst), but occasionally, they swerve into entirely new takes on the stuff that’s already popular. Case in point, DC Nation Farm League, in which the JLA is reimagined as a bunch of animals hanging out on a farm. The first episode introduced us to Supermanatee, Wonder Wombat, and Shazham (a pig with a magic word, obviously), but now, things are getting a little darker.
This week, the Farm League returns with a focus on Batmongoose, voiced by The Brave and the Bold’s Diedrich Bader, as well as villains including Cat Cat, which might be the best idea ever.