Go get 'em, go getters
How Watching Pen Ward’s Bravest Warriors Will Teach You How To Be Twenty-somethingIt’s a pretty rad day around here, what with the Bravest Warriors season finale now released (watch it, above) and this article from Julia Berke published over on NYU’s blog, NYU Local. Julia writes,Bravest Warriors thrives on it’s ability to handle more adult themes, like crushing on the opposite sex and worrying about your future, as well as how to handle social interactions, like blind dates (Now Kiss, we’re looking at you). The beautiful thing about Bravest Warriors is that it handles all these issues like Finn and Jake would, through being light-hearted and carefree but tenaciously passionate at the same time.Read the full article here.
Cartoon Hangover presents the Season Finale of Bravest Warriors: “Catbug”
When the Bravest Warriors receive mysterious gifts from the See-Through Zone, they must use their wits to unlock the door to the greatest secret. In this season finale, there promises to be more emotion, Catbug, and delicious peanut butter squares than ever before.
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You can take the sign off when you tell me…
… where you hid daddy’s crown jewels.
Wreck-It Ralph - Concept Art
Wreck-It Ralph - Character Sketches
Marceline and Marshall Lee, by Anthrakas
Princess Bubblegum in Sporty Clothes
A sartorial teaser from next week’s “You Made Me!”
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