Cartoon Network just had themselves a litter – the ThunderCats are back! The toon made famous with vintage 80’s mutant superhero style is back, re-imagined for a whole new era, set to debut “soon” on the CN. Along with Warner Bros., Studio4°C has breathed new life into classic icons like Lion-O, Cheetara, Mumm-Ra, Panthro, and […]
They’re not quite in the Justice League. They’re not quite in Teen Titans. They’re not a band of brothers like the X-Men, or singular loners like Spider-Man. They’re a collection of super heroes who sometimes feel that the whole world, not just the super villains, are against them. Tough being a teenager – though I […]
What better way is there to celebrate Memorial Day than with an all-day cartoon marathon? Cartoon Network’s Boomerang has the perfect plan picked out, with a 12-hour long string of Teen Titans episodes, from 12 noon, to 12 midnight, May 25th. The original Cartoon Network animated series based on the DC Comics books is about […]
Teen Titans fans, get ready to jump over to Boomerang! The D.C. Comics series is joinging the Boomeraction programming block starting tonight, Monday, February 2nd at 10:30pm. Boomeraction already includes other super hero action, from Justice League Unlimited (at 11pm) and The Batman (at 11:30pm) but there’s always room for more! Go Teen Titans!
A few months ago, things were looking pretty good for Robin. He was still famous from Teen Titans, his boss had a huge movie with The Dark Knight, and then we reported that he was getting his own show on the CW. But now, The Graysons are over and done with. The Smallville-like series was […]
« Back Next » As I’m sure the Teen Titans would agree, Slade is an amazingly powerful force – enough so to rank #13 on our list. Also known as Deathstroke in other versions, Slade Wilson is so much more than an assassin or a mercenary. In fact, his brilliance and skill make him […]
Robin always seems to be overshadowed. It doesn’t help that his mentor, Batman, is one of the biggest and coolest superheroes of all time. With Teen Titans, we finally got a look at a Robin without a Batman, to see how cool he could be. Now, the CW network plans on bringing us “The Graysons” […]
So what were you doing last Sunday, September 7th? Were you, perhaps, watching Cartoon Network? Because, if so, you were part of their largest audience for the entire 2008 year! …That is, if you’re between the ages of 7-13. Even though my rating doesn’t count, I know I was there — were you?