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HBO Max threw a lot of decent content out on the street last summer, but nothing stung more than the removal of Infinity Train. While most of WB's family-oriented cartoons consisted of comedies, this one was deliberately different. Though...
This is the day we've been dreading. It was pre-announced a few days ago that WB Discovery's head ghoul, David Zaslav, would be turning his chainsaw on Cartoon Network, and based on the man's track record, we expected nothing...
A few days ago we reported on Tiny Toons Looniversity and lamented that WB did not release enough material to make for a full newspost, forcing us to tack it onto the end of another one. Well, if we'd...
As Comic-Con winds down, here are a couple of newsworthy notes that may not get as much press as the MCU but are just as worthy of attention. Like SMILING FRIENDS! This is seriously the best and funniest Adult...
By this point, hearing that Warner Bros wants to do something with the Powerpuff Girls again sets our teeth on edge. The franchise has been mangled and mutilated by their unfit owners ever since the Puffs' creator (not Professor...
The mood among animation fans lately has been dour, with the bombshell news that Netflix was cancelling the majority of its animated projects in favor of licensed material propelling the gloom. But it's not all bad news. A new...
The Toonami block first premiered on Cartoon Network March 17, 1997, with a CGI Moltar as host. Originally just a gathering place for the action cartoons CN already owned, the block quickly found its purpose when it started folding...
This is the moment the hater crowd has been dreading....Cartoon Network announced this week Teen Titans Go has officially been picked up for an eighth season. This renewal pushes the series past 400 episodes (which would be 200 if...
Every once in a while, there are a set of shows, whether they be live-action or cartoons, that very much push the world of media into new and exciting directions. And one of them came from mind behind some...
In 2015 Cartoon Network -- in the peak of their New Tens hot streak -- premiered the first episode of We Bare Bears. Created by Daniel Chong and based on a similar webcomic, it was about the daily problems...
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