Everyone fell in love with Amethyst’s interstitial last week during DC Nation. Part 2 hits the airwaves this weekend, and we have a sneak peek, just for you.
When DC Nation returns, we’ll all be sitting there watching Green Lantern and Young Justice, but we’ll really be waiting for the incredibly well done interstitials. This week, be on the look out for Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld.
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If your Saturday mornings have been a little empty as of late, you only have to wait until January 05, when the DC Nation fills your mind with Young Justice, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and all those wonderful DC Shorts.
Several Spoilerites have pointed me to this video, which appears to be an upcoming short for the DC Nation block. Now keep in mind this is a shot from the show floor, so this video will more than likely be taken down at any minute.
The first Bat Man of Shanghai short, set in 1930 China and featuring an alternate version of Catwoman and a cameo by Bane.
If you believe everything you read on the Intardwebz, then we know who will voice Batman in the upcoming Cartoon Network series, Beware the Batman.
DC Entertainment announced today that it has released a new family-friendly DC Nationapp offering instant access to the best in all-ages content from DC Comics. Based on the popular Saturday morning programming block from Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the free app features thousands of pages of kid-safe content including free, first issues of three of the all-time greatest kids’ comics BATMAN ADVENTURES #1, SUPERMAN ADVENTURES, #1 and the multiple Eisner Award-winning TINY TITANS #1.
Can not wait for Saturday morning and our first look at Super Best Friends Forever on the Cartoon Network’s DC Nation.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have had a really good relationship with Cartoon Network, delivering some high quality programs that entertain kids and adults alike. This weekend, Warner Bros. pushes the offering further by creating an entire block of cartoon programming beginning at 10 EST. The hour long launch includes Green Lantern: The Animated Series, the return of Young Justice, and a number of interstitials featuring the Teen Titans, Plastic Man, and more.
Hundreds of heroes, thousands of villains, millions of fans all make up the DC Nation, home of the world’s greatest super heroes.
Friday night used to be the best time to watch Cartoon Network, with its two hour block of DC, Warner Bros., and LucasFilm programming, but now it looks like Saturday is going to be the day. Which brings us to today’s Question of the Day, “Are you ready for Saturday morning, or do you think Warner Bros. should have kept DC Nation on Friday Night?”
Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment are teaming up to present DC Nation, a full hour of exclusive kids’ television programming and shorts based on DC Comics characters. Full of action and humor, DC Nation brings some of the most beloved and legendary heroes – as well as some lesser-known cult favorites – from the pages of DC Comics to the screens of a whole new generation of fans. Anchored by Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice, DC Nation will premiere Saturday, March 3, at 10 a.m. (ET, PT).