The heroes of Titans and Young Justice aren’t the only DC hitters getting an overhaul from Warner Bros.; the DC Super Hero Girls are headed to high school as well. Cartoon Network has commissioned a new 2018 series returning Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl from a series of online shorts.
LEGO Batman may have gotten his own spinoff from Lord and Miller’s LEGO Movie, but we all know Unikitty was the real star of the show. So it is, that the extra-adorable LEGO character will headline her own Cartoon Network TV series, with Lord and Miller on-board to executive producer.
Warner Bros. hasn’t come forth with many details beyond the initial Young Justice Season 3 announcement, but it looks like the team is reassembling regardless. Aqualad voice and Walking Dead star Khary Payton hints that recording has begun, placing us one step closer to Young Justice’s return.
We’ve already seen one look at Samurai Jack’s Adult Swim return for Season 5, but it’s worth wondering how the style has evolved in a decade or so since its Cartoon Network days. Allow Genndy Tartakovsky and composer Tyler Bates to explain in an extended featurette for the March premiere.
It’s only been the better part of a decade for us, but Samurai Jack has spent a full fifty years waiting for his return, while Aku’s influence over the world has only grown. See for yourself in the full trailer for Season 5's March premiere, as Adult Swim makes full use of its timeslot for some bloody battles ahead.
After so many years (and an apparent lifetime’s worth of rain), Cartoon Network’s Samurai Jack is finally unsheathing his sword for a March return. The fifth season looks ready to strike in a brand-new teaser for the Adult Swim premiere, set fifty years after the prior series.
We’ve known since at least 2015 that Cartoon Network’s Samurai Jack would live anew with an Adult Swim revival, and it might be time to get that theme stuck in your head again. The network has quietly confirmed a March premiere date for the returning series