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Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL Gameplay from Comic Con 2011

Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL Gameplay from Comic Con 2011

Not that long ago, Cartoon Network teamed with Papaya Studio and Crave Entertainment to bring Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion to the Nintendo 3DS. The general premise was awesome: take a dozen or so iconic characters from the network’s lineup (Ben 10, Chowder, Dexter, Samurai Jack, etc.) and have them square off in a fighter like Super Smash Bros. Well, now, thanks to some great footage from New York Comic Con 2011, we see that development has really come on strong for the home edition, Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL, out soon for Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Nintendo Wii. Take a look at the game in action right here!

More info on Cartoon Network’s Punch Time Explosion for Nintendo 3DS

More info on Cartoon Network's Punch Time Explosion for Nintendo 3DS

A few weeks back, ToonBarn teased the story of Cartoon Network’s upcoming fighting game Punch Time Explosion, that followed in the footsteps of TMNT Fighters and Super Smash Bros. by pitting 18 CN’s characters against one another. (Coincidentally, just days ago, ToonBarn broke with the story about Nickelodeon’s Super Brawl 2 — these toons must all hate each other!!). Now, as we get closer to the June 7th release date of Cartoon networks up-and-coming fighting game, made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS (which, again coincidentally, ToonBarn is GIVING AWAY FOR FREE), Crave Entertainment and Papaya Studios are releasing a bit more info on the game. Check out the teaser trailer!

Cartoon Networks Kids Corner comes to BHS restaurants

Cartoon Networks Kids Corner comes to BHS restaurants

Interested in some Ben 10 Omnitrix Omelets? Maybe some Generator Rex Ravioli? Flapjack flapjacks makes sense, as does Chowder’s chowder, but what about Powerpuff Pastries? Clone Wars Scone Wars? I know, I know, the more terrible the pun, the more delicious the item! That’s exactly what BHS has in mind as they ink a partnership with Turner CN Enterprises to bring Cartoon Networks Kids Corner to their restaurants. There, folks will get to order from a cartoon-based menu, featuring some of Cartoon Network’s biggest stars, like Ben 10, Justice League Unlimited, Adventure Time, Total Drama, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Scooby-Doo and more. …now I’m hungry AND I want to watch cartoons!!

Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack get new fans

Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack get new fans

Cartoon Network is home to many popular toons. Two such names on the list are The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack and Chowder, both of which have been on the channel for a few years now. And both are becoming more popular every day that goes by. Every so often, networks report ratings news, such as records and drops and bumps and jumps, and this year, Cartoon Network was proud to report that those two original animated series (Thursdays at 8pm and 8:30pm) scored higher this year than in previous years, and dramatically so! Are you a fan? And if so, have you been around since the beginning, or are you new to the show?

UP, Prep and Landing big winners at this years Annie Awards

UP, Prep and Landing big winners at this years Annie Awards

February 6th saw the 37th Annual Annie Awards ceremony in LA, a celebration of animated talent. We learned of the nominations a few weeks ago, and now the results are in. The big winners of the night: Up was named Best Animated Feature. The holiday special Prep and Landing took the award for Best Animated Television Production. The award for Best Home Entertainment Production went to Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder, and Robot Chicken: Star Wars 2.5 was picked as Best Animated Short Subject. The Nickelodeon and DreamWorks series, Penguins of Madagascar, was named Best Animated Television Production for Children. Check out the full list of winners

Princess and the Frog, UP, Coraline, Prep and Landing honored by the Annie Awards

Princess and the Frog, UP, Coraline, Prep and Landing honored by the Annie Awards

On this Saturday, February 6th, UCLA’s Royce Hall will be the home of the 37th Annual Annie Awards ceremony in LA. During this event, animation is put front and center on everyone’s attention, dubbed “animation’s highest honor”. Disney Animation Studio leads the way with 17 nominations, including eight for the recent box office hit The Princess and the Frog, and nine for the holiday special Prep and Landing. Nickelodeon leads the TV arena with 12 nods, and DreamWorks Animation received 11 nominations, including the holiday special Merry Madagascar. Laika received 10 nominations for its feature film Coraline, and Pixar Animation Studios received 9 for its movie Up. Such a great year for animation!! Check out some more of the categories and nominees

The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack: Low Tidings

The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack: Low Tidings

Here’s a holiday gift, straight from Cartoon Network; as part of their holiday celebration, one special they’ll be airing a number of times over the next few days is The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack: Low Tidings. In the episode, Flapjack wants to celebrate the Stormalong Harbor holiday of Low Tidings, where the ocean recedes completely out of sight, and people lower their boots in the hopes of receiving gifts inside of them. …gross! So how’s Captain K’nuckles feel? He hates it, of course. Why? Well see if this quick preview helps clear that up

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