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A new animated series is coming to Cartoon Network and it's by the studio that developed "Miraculous™: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir"! More within...
I know many people who would rejoice at the fact that The Thundercats would be returning to TV again. To see Lion-O, wielding the Sword of Omens once more, vanquishing Mum-Ra and his minions would be fantastic. I know I’d be looking forward to it and when Cartoon Network told us just that I was intrigued. Right up until I saw what was in store for us with the upcoming Thundercats ROAR!
The first official trailer for Teen Titans GO! To the Movies is out and it's bringing the laughs! Check it out below!
The next DC Animated Cartoon Network series has a nice blend of humor, action, and an old school feel! Check out the highlight trailer for Justice League Action!
“CLONE WARS” IS NOT PART OF THE “STAR WARS” UNIVERSE! HOW DARE YOU DESECRATE OUR SACRED SOIL SO!!!!!
Okay, this conversation did not actually happen. However, given how passionate a lot of long-time Star Wars fans are at the very mention of “the CW word” (not to be confused with the TV network of the same name), it might as well had happened. This, despite the fact I’ve gone to at least two or three major Sci-Fi/Comic conventions here in Dallas and see cosplayers dressed as Clone Troopers based off of information they could have only gotten from the series. I also had a friend from Memphis who one year cosplayed as Ahsoka Tano (Anakin’s first apprentice) at the Middle Tennessee Anime Convention in Nashville. With this being Star Wars month, I decided to set the record straight about this wonderful addition to the SW universe and why at some point every fan should watch it.
With Lucasarts selling the franchise to Disney Cartoon Network had to exempt episodes from the last season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and also change the order. Well good news fans as it seems we will be getting those lost episodes! More after the jump.
Pokemon fans have a lot to look forward to in October as the newest games in the celebrated franchise (Pokemon X & Y) are coming to the 3DS handhelds. In order to celebrate, Cartoon Network is hosting an animation event that following Saturday (the 19th) to show the previous Pokemon film, plus the U.S. debut of the lastest, and a sneak peek at the new upcoming animated series. Come inside for the full press release and first clips!