According to the PR people over at the Boomerang Network, the classic Looney Tunes cartoons from the ’40s and ’50s will be getting airtime starting October 05.
Cartoon Network debuted three of their new upcoming shows at the San Diego Comic Con this year. Find out some info about them and my impressions on what was shown after the jump!
The latest incarnation of the Titans in form has been successful enough that Cartoon Network is picking it up for a second season. Based mostly on the Teen Titans series of the early aughts, Teen Titans Go! is a slightly cuter, more comedy-driven version of the show aimed at an even younger audience. It originally aired as shorts during the DC Nation block before becoming a full-length show in April. Garnering an average of 1.7M viewers, the show is definitely worth the renewal. Cartoon Network’s official announcement should be made later today.
With the season finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars still on our minds, and with rumors that the Star Wars series was moving to Disney XD, many fans are wonder what is really up with the animated series. Lucasfilm addressed those concerns on the official Star Wars site on Monday.
NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc., a subsidiary of NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc. (TYO: 7832), announced today the voice cast, musical lineup and more for its upcoming cartoon Bravoman: Super-Unequaled Hero of Excellence. Emmy® Award winner Rob Paulsen (Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain) as Bravoman, Alpha Man, additional voices, Annie Award nominee Dee Bradley Baker (Clone Wars, American Dad) as Doctor Bomb, Anti-Bravo, additional voices and Romi Dames (Winx Club, Hannah Montana) as Waya Hime, additional voices will bring the world of Bravoman to life when the cartoon releases Spring 2013. For the latest information, visit ShiftyLook.com.
Are the current Saturday morning cartoons just not satisfying you? Well, how does a Dr. Who and Back to the Future mashup cartoon sound to you? Thanks to James Farr you can get a glimpse of what he thinks a cartoon like that would look like.
Adventure Time creator Pendelton Ward has been busy creating a new show, Bravest Warriors, and it’s now on the web for your viewing pleasure. Bravest Warriors debuted today on Cartoon Hangover’s YouTube channel, but you can watch it here after the jump.
Though I have had my problems with the way Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes has been handled as far as dangling storylines go, I have generally enjoyed the series. Which is why it is sad to hear that Disney is cancelling the series on its Disney XD channel.
But wait! There’s a silver lining in the news!
Top Five Cartoon Theme Songs
Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five.
This week, we pick our favorite cartoon theme songs. Speed Racer and Adventure Time are on the list, but did Heathcliff and Hong Kong Phooey make the list? You’ll have to listen to find out!
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Disney XD will launch Marvel Universe, a dedicated Marvel programming block, with the new series “Ultimate Spider-Man” as its centerpiece, on SUNDAY, APRIL 1, it was announced today by Gary Marsh, President and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena, California. Marvel Universe on Disney XD will be the ultimate place for fans to find exclusive Marvel content, including new animated short-form series, live-action interstitials and the series return of “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.” The block will be home to Marvel’s biggest superstars, such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America and many more to introduce dynamic stories of action, adventure and heroism to a whole new generation.
In a world in which imaginary friends are REAL!
“This is my imaginary friend, Blooregard Q. Kazoo.”
One boy will break all the rules to save his friend
“You’re too old to keep him, Mac. Bloo needs to go!”
With the help of some unusual friends,
“I’m sorry, is that OK?”
and some sage advice,
“COCOCO CO CO COCOCOCO COCO”
Mac will discover, there’s nothing imaginary about true friendship.
Seriously, why isn’t this a movie yet?
Warner Bros. Animation has released the first official image of the new Thundercats.
Roaring to life through WBA and Studio4°C’s use of the Japanese animated artistry of anime, “ThunderCats” characters Lion-O, Mumm-Ra, Panthro, Cheetara and others will spring off the screen with realistic cat-like characteristics inconceivable in previous incarnations.
The new “ThunderCats” will appeal to viewers who have loved the characters all their lives as well as young newcomers to the franchise. A sweeping tale combining swords and science and boasting ferocious battles with the highest of stakes, the grand origin story of Prince Lion-O’s ascension to the throne – and of those who would thwart his destiny at any cost – takes on epic dimensions in this sharp new telling. As the forces of good and evil battle each other in the quest for the fabled Stones of Power, Lion-O and his champions learn valuable lessons of loyalty, honor and mortality in every episode.
“ThunderCats” is executive produced by Sam Register (“Teen Titans,” “Ben 10,” “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”). Michael Jelenic (“Batman: The Brave and the Bold,” “Wonder Woman”) and Ethan Spaulding (“Avatar: The Last Airbender”) are the producers.