Back on October 13th, new episodes of Young Justice and Green Lantern were supposed to air on Cartoon Nework's DC Nation block, but were mysteriously pulled at the last moment, with a lot of fan speculation and a January return date in the wake. This week, DCN makes its awaited return. Ge a preview after the jump.
While anime inspired cartoons have a fairly spotty track regard among fans of the original Japanese medium, Cartoon Network's 2003-2006 Teen Titans was generally well received. A super deformed spin-off of Teen Titans Go! shorts recently began airing on the network's DC Nation block, and that was apparently well received too, because it's getting its own full show next year. More after the jump.
Cartoon Network's DC Nation is back this Saturday with new episodes of Young Justice and Green Lantern, and shorts including “DC World’s Funnest” from Aardman Studios (Wallace and Gromit). Thundercats also returns with the origin of Tygra in “Native Son.” Check out an early look after the jump.
Cartoon Network's DC Nation is back this Saturday with new episodes of Young Justice and Green Lantern, and shorts including Animal Man and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic creator Lauren Faust's SBFF. Also, Thundercats continues with “The Trials of Lion-O (Part Two).” Get a look after the jump.
This week's Saturday morning Cartoon Network DC Nation block kicks off the Superman of Tokyo shorts, plus new super-deformed Teen Titans and full episodes of Green Lantern and Young Justice. Get an early look after the jump.
Cartoon Network kicks off the second season of Thundercats on March 24th at a new day and time - 9:30am Saturday. Following that will be the DC Nation block. In behind-the-scenes clips, the legendary Bruce Tim discusses Green Lantern and Young Justice, while Lauren Faust (My Little Pony) discusses animated shorts. Videos after the jump.
Cartoon Network is preparing the launch of DC Nation, programming built around DC superheroes with shows like the CG animation, Beware the Batman. To promote this, Aardman Films, of Wallace and Gromit fame, was contracted to render the some DC characters in claymation. Check it out after the jump.