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“Obsidian” elevates “Adventure Time’s” best couple

Obsidian” is a much better follow up to Adventure Time than “BMO.” The episode has its flaws, yes, but it also has clear themes, strong characterization, unambiguous themes about love and acceptance, and some truly bitching’ songs that I have been listening to over and over. I wasn’t originally planning on reviewing this episode, but… Continue reading “Obsidian” elevates “Adventure Time’s” best couple

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2020 is the year we should bring back “Sym-Bionic Titan”

It always sucks when you get into a series after it’s over. You don’t get to participate in fan theories or discussions and you can’t go through fanfictions or wikis without getting spoiled to Hell and back. And it doubly sucks when the show is cancelled before its time. And that’s my case with Sym-Bionic… Continue reading 2020 is the year we should bring back “Sym-Bionic Titan”

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Generic mystery adventures await in “Victor and Valentino”

Wow. Two Cartoon Network shows in a month; usually I try to go for a little variety, but I guess timeliness beats it out this time. Victor and Valentino just started airing on Cartoon Network yesterday. The show’s pilot aired online in 2016 and was one of the few minis picked up by the network… Continue reading Generic mystery adventures await in “Victor and Valentino”

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‘Craig of the Creek’ is here to save Cartoon Network

I want to talk about Craig of the Creek; I think it’s probably one of the best kids’ cartoons airing on the three major networks and I honestly don’t hear a lot about it, which is sad. It doesn’t have the most creative premise in the world, not by the least bit but everything about… Continue reading ‘Craig of the Creek’ is here to save Cartoon Network

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“Billy and Mandy’s Jacked Up Halloween” isn’t as jacked up as you remember but it’s still pretty good.

The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy is one of those shows that is so quintessentially 2000s, that it’s hard to explain. Would this dark comedic, episodic cartoon about two kids, one an idiot and the other sociopath who befriend the Grim Reaper get on TV today? Probably not. I don’t even know if it… Continue reading “Billy and Mandy’s Jacked Up Halloween” isn’t as jacked up as you remember but it’s still pretty good.