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Over the Garden Wall features the voice talents of Elijah Wood, Collin Dean, Christopher Lloyd and Melanie Lynskey.
Why can’t the live-action filmmakers in charge of DC’s astounding stable of superheroes embrace the fun of these characters?
TV animation’s most mathematical best buds will be enshrined in American holiday tradition when Adventure Time’s Finn the Human and Jake the Dog take to the sky as part of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 28.
Autumn must come soon. Soon…
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and the gang investigate a pop culture mystery at a comic book convention.
In “Endgame,” the series finale of Young Justice: Invasion, Saturday morning on Cartoon Network, the team is on the verge of finally ending the alien invasion when it discovers the price of victory may be the entire planet.
In “Dark Matter,” the series finale of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Saturday morning on Cartoon Network, the Aya Monitor returns to the dawn of time to stop all emotion and all life from ever …
The Teen Titans voice cast is returning this spring for DC Nation’s “Teen Titans Go!”
While “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” is no longer being produced as a televised series, several key story arcs will continue as “bonus content” on a different platform, which has not yet been announced.
The consequences of the Republic’s prosecution of Anakin’s apprentice for crimes she didn’t commit will continue to haunt the Jedi
The Huffington Post reports that Tim Curry has been cast as Chancellor Palpatine in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
Ahsoka’s search for answers leads to a surprising alliance in the deepest levels of the Coruscant underworld as she seeks to unravel the conspiracy and stay ahead of the law on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”
This weekend, Green Lantern goes where many sci-fi series have gone before — the old “no one can understand what anyone is saying” plot device:
In addition to an exploration of political idealists who have betrayed the Jedi in the past, there will also be nods in this episode to the public’s waning respect for the Jedi — and “CSI Miami.”