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Teen Titans Go! Easter Creeps & WonderCon Interviews

As Michael Jelenic said in our interview, the Easter Creeps episode, which debuts on Friday, April 14th at 6 PM EDT on Cartoon Network, includes two of the creepiest characters ever to appear in Teen Titans Go!, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy. In this episode, it’s Easter, and the Tooth Fairy is trying to take over the holiday.

SDCC 2013: ToonBarn Interviews Greg Cipes from Teen Titans Go!

Greg Cipes, a.k.a. Beast Boy on Teen Titans Go!, here with Marc Morrell from ToonBarn, at San Diego Comic-Con

Greg Cipes, the only cast member from Teen Titans Go! to dress up in a costume for San Diego Comic-Con 2013, is Beast Boy on the Cartoon Network show. When I say “is”, you might think he provides the “voice characterization” for Beast Boy, or he “acts” like Beast Boy. No… Greg Cipes IS Beast Boy. If you would have seen him at the Teen Titans Go! panel at San Diego Comic-Con, where Mix Master Mike provided musical accompaniment, you would have seen him dancing on the table in his costume, and singing the same song that Beast Boy sang to Terra in the Teen Titans Go! episode that was screened at the panel.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Sais Sean Astin

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Sais Sean Astin

You’re 4 foot nothing, 200 and nothing, and you have barely a speck of Ninja ability. And you hung in there with the best group of Turtles in the city. Seriously, Raphael, could you need any more inspiration to make you a cooler Ninja Turtle, than to have Rudy aka SamWise aka Sean Astin as your voice? That’s right, in Nickelodeon’s upcoming CG animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, Sean Astin will star as the Sai-wielding Raphael. Astin will join a cast that already features Jason Biggs as Leonardo, Rob Paulsen as Donatello, and Greg Cipes as Michelangelo. The new TMNT toon might not kick shell until 2012, but it looks like they’ve already taken some serious talent to the voice acting pool. So grab a slice, and read on for the full press release

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien rocking Cartoon Network worldwide

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien rocking Cartoon Network worldwide

Have you been watching Ben 10: Ultimate Alien? Because, if not, you might be the only person on planet earth who isn’t! The latest leg in Cartoon Network’s powerhouse Ben 10 franchise has fueled some of the highest ratings in the channel’s history, not to mention some of the highest grossing sales in the history of action figure and video games, as well as the massive success of Omniverse! This year’s New York Comic Con featured a special “live” episode of the toon, here voiceover dialogue was performed by Yuri Lowenthal (Ben), Greg Cipes (Kevin) and Ashley Johnson (Gwen) while the animation unfolded on screen. Hoping for a big holiday season, Bandai plans to unveil a new toy line, including limited edition alien figures, as well as the latest morphing device, the Ultimatrix. It’s certainly a good time to be a Ben 10 fan

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