Archive for April, 2011
“The Limit” premieres Monday night. Of course, that’s Jeremy Shada as Finn and John Di Maggio as Jake.
Yeah, well, you know the drill. Not all of the below will be the right names; a couple of these titles are destined to change. Look for season three to explode from your TV in the early summer.
1008-053 Conquest of Cuteness
1008-054 Morituri Te Salutamus
1008-056 The Monster
1008-057 Memory of a Memory
1008-058 Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake
1008-059 Too Young
1008-061 Wizard Battle
1008-062 Door Jam
1008-063 Thank You
1008-064 From Bad to Worse
1008-066 No One Can Hear You
1008-067 Apple Thief
1008-068 Holly Jolly Secrets (Pt I)
1008-069 Holly Jolly Secrets (Pt II)
1008-070 The Creeps
1008-071 An Assassin in Jake’s Nose
1008-072 The Croak List
1008-073 Marceline’s Closet
1008-074 Heart of the Fire Kingdom
1008-075 Word War II
1008-076 Another Way
1008-077 Ghost Princess
Note: Unfortunately, Cartoon Network would slaughter us if we commented on the outlook of a fourth season, so don’t even ask about it; we’ll neither confirm nor deny. [Read more…]
“Hey Channel Frederator,
“I am a long time fan and viewer of your website, first time writer to it, and I just wanted to say first off how amazingly awesome I think your studio is, especially Adventure Time.
“I recently posted a step by step guide on Instructables on how to build your own working Beemo video game here based on the super awesome and adorable character from Adventure Time, and was hoping you might like it enough to show it on your Frederator Blogs, since you usually post Adventure Time fan art. I know a couple of people have been asking when they might be able to see a real working Beemo replica and I really wanted to finally appease their requests. You can also see more pictures on my personal flickr site here too: (http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattoons)
Kent Osborne’s promo art for “Belly of the Beast,” storyboarded by him and Somvilay Xayaphone. It premieres Monday night.
The lead designer on “Go with Me” 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 color stylists. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director. The episode’s creative directors were Pat McHale and Cole Sanchez.