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Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Oh Mah Glob Guys

Adventure Time, Green Lantern, Robot Chicken, and More Are Coming to Netflix. Finally!

Starting this March, I will have no excuse not to watch Adventure Time, as it—along with a slew of other offerings from Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, and Adult Swim—will be available for streaming on Netflix.

Yay for no more dodgy YouTube vids! Just kidding. There will always be dodgy YouTube vids.

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In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

A Roundup of Geektastic Easter Eggs, You Beautiful Creative Nerds, You

We’ll keep this short, because we have some egg-cellent pictures for you to look at, and I will promptly apologize for the terrible pun I just made. Excellent geeky Easter egg designs, right after the jump!

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Essay

The Fall of Cartoon Network

Have you noticed anything different about the programming on Cartoon Network? How about the fact that there’s a dramatic decrease in actual good, quality cartoons?

Before we get right down to the problem, I would like you to jump into my time machine, back to 1994 when Cartoon Network Studios was born. I’m not going to bore you with too many details, but what made Cartoon Network so great was its original programming — overseen by the president of the network, Jim Samples. The What-A-Cartoon! Show premiered in 1995 and showcased a slew of new cartoon ideas, many of which eventually got their own series including Dexter’s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, The Powerpuff Girls, Courage the Cowardly Dog, and so on.

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