Cartoon Network and D3Publisher are teaming to bring some of the network's biggest properties to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii U and 3DS later this year.
'Adventure Time' Season 5 continues with its latest episode "Princess Potluck" as the Ice King grows increasingly jealous when he doesn't get invited to a party Princess Bubblegum throws a party for all her friends.
What kind of wacky schemes will the Ice King come up with to ruin PB's party? And what mysterious foe from Jake's past will come back to haunt him?
Find out all of this and more in our review of 'Adventure Time' episode "Princess Potluck!"
The 'Adventure Time' gender-swapped universe of Fionna and Cake returns on February 18th with the episode "Bad Little Boy" and in addition to the return of Neil Patrick Harris as Prince Bubblegum, this new episode introduces us to Marshall Lee voiced by none other than 'Community' star Donald Glover.
'Adventure Time' Season 5 begins on November 12th, just three weeks after the Season 4 finale aired and thank God because we probably couldn't have waited much longer. So what do the next 26 episodes of 'Adventure Time' have in store for us? We've got the details! And the trailer! Oh. my. GLOB.
For the uninitiated, 'Adventure Time' is a very funny and whimsical animated series on the Cartoon Network about a human boy named Finn and his adopted brother, Jake the dog, and their many epic adventures in the post-apocalyptic, magical Land of Ooo. We had a chance to sit down with series creator Pendleton Ward and voice actor Tom Kenny to discuss the show, success, what inspires them and when we'll finally see that 'Adventure Time' video game they've been working on.
'Adventure Time,' the wildly successful animated series from creator Pendleton Ward, teamed with Mondo in Austin, Texas to bring 31 artists together for a special 'Adventure Time' themed gallery, featuring 40 pieces of original artwork and prints inspired by the Land of Ooo.
In anticipation of 'Adventure Time: Complete First Season' on DVD, which hits stores this summer, we were invited for a special preview of the gallery show, which featured artwork from the likes of Scott Campbell, Tyler Stout, and Tom Whalen.