Adventure Time is easily Cartoon Network’s most successful show, amassing a loyal fanbase over the last six years and making way for others like Steven Universe. But now, it looks like wacky escapades of Finn the Human and Jake the Dog will come to an end…in 2018.Read More
Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward assisted with the opening, singing a version of the song with new lyrics like "Run don't walk/You might even hear Maggie talk."Read More
Awwww. Big hugs.
Yesterday Rolling Stone Magazine released a profile of Pendleton Ward, the series creator and former showrunner of Adventure Time. Yup, that's right, former; according to the article, he stepped down in season 5 because he could no longer handle the stress of running such a successful show. But it's okay, we promise!Read More
Oh Mah Glob Guys
If you're wondering why The Bravest Warriors looks and sounds so much like Adventure Time, it's because it's the creation of Pendleton Ward, guy behind Adventure Time (and the voice of Lumpy Space Princess). The show is aimed towards a slightly more adult audience, however, which seems like a weird thing to say about Adventure Time, which just had an episode about, well, the effects of dementia on the relationship between a father and daughter, basically. Another difference between this an Adventure Time, much to the delight of AT fans without cable everywhere, is that it will be airing not on television, but on the Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel. And please, everyone. Find constructive ways to channel your moop.Read More
Things We Saw Today
Inside the Fun Factory: An Elucidating Discussion with Pendleton Ward, the Creator of Adventure Time
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Things We Saw Today
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I'm not gonna lie. This video doesn't have much to do with Pokémon, other than that it's got the characters in. It's mostly about farts. Does proper care of a Onix actually demand occasional applications of spackle or grout? Because if that's true I think it's awesome. Key quote:Read More
This morning, the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award nominations were announced. And while that's generally exciting for a TV nerd such as myself, this is a system for geeks you're reading on. So I have embarked on an epic mission: I am going through all the nominations (not just the elitist ones that actually get into the televised awards show), category by category, to provide a full-on geek perspective. The only ones that shall be skipped are those with no good geeky offerings, or the ones where you don't even know what the name of the category means. In other words, here's everything that matters to a geeky television viewer. For reference and your personal knowledge-accumulating pleasure, here is the full list of nominees. For those of you who care more about which shows prevailed, here is the nomination summary, that just states number of nominations per program without specifying the categories. I'm going to be going in order through the categories as they appear in the full list linked above so that it's easy for you to follow along at home. Ready? Let's begin.Read More