Archive for December, 2010
Adventure Time fan Finn Haverkamp has come up with his version of what every home needs at least two of - the Adventure Time Monopoly game. Nice job, Finn (if that indeed is your true name). Somebody get Parker Brothers on the horn!
Update: Finn took some comments and make some corrections here. –Fred
How cool are these? houseofdarkly over on the Etsy was inspired enough by the “Evicted!” episode to create these plush worms. They’re twelve inches long and twenty bucks a pop, but you really need to consider buying a dozen for your bedroom. No word, yet, if there’ll be the eight-foot plush worm that goes, “Hug me. WAWAWAWAWA.”
Here are the first fifty folks who emailed and who get their very own Cartoon Network Finn hat. Thanks to everyone who emailed!
Amanda de Castro Sacheta
Robert Andrew Loftus
Christopher S. Carter
Ryan Alexander Jones
Algebraic! That’s right, I finally got around to it. (Sorry fans.)
You’re all the firstest and the mostest AT fans, so we wanted to give a few of you a present.
For as long as they last, original Cartoon Network manufactured Finn hats for the first 50 folks that email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WARNING: Only one hat per address. If you don’t include your complete name, appropriate street mailing address (no post office boxes), or any other information where we can’t deliver your hat, tough luck. Frederator Studios takes no responsibility for your irresponsibility. If we get the suspicion you’re trying to scam us, we’ll just move on to the next email. Go now, email us!
Happy Holidays everyone! Thanks for being here for all of us.
There’s not too much new art to post till premiere episodes begin airing January 3. So here’s a whole lot of fans’ “Fry Songs.”
Cover by Eric Powell
Adventure Time’s very own Rebecca Sugar, storyboard artist, has published her first comic book, Pug Davis. Rebecca’s a triple threat on the show - she writes, she draws, and she’s a musician (Marceline’s “Fry Song” is hers). But where Pug Davis, the comic, is light on the music, Pug Davis, the All-American hero, is heavy on fighting aliens. Oh. And he’s got both a pug’s head and a gay sidekick. If you don’t think those are the ingredients for an awesome comic book, just look at Rebecca’s work below. And then order yourself a copy.
The lead designer on “Crystals Have Power” was Phil Rynda. Natasha Allegri and Andy Ristaino were designers. The character clean-up artist was Alex Campos. Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds were the colorists. Pat McHale was the creative director. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director.