Marceline the Vampire Queen has long been one of the most fascinating characters on Adventure Time. And now, it looks like we’re going to be getting our most in-depth look at her backstory yet, with a new miniseries. We caught our first glimpse at New York Comic Con.
Mad Max is post-apocalyptic. Adventure Time is post-apocalyptic. I think you know where this is going.
And so an eight year love affair with the original puzzle role-playing game franchise ends with a game that should have been the best thing ever but just isn’t.
I know change in general can be immediately off-putting just by virtue of it being a change, but, Adventure Time as a 3D animation is... D:
Normally, I love America’s cute Southern drawl. Normally, sweet old ladies who generously bake apple pies for their friends are entirely inoffensive to me. But Tree Trunks can die alone in a forest somewhere in the Land of Ooo and it’d be her best appearance in an episode of Adventure Time.
Coming this summer to a mobile device near you, two lovely things in a colorful free-to-play sandwich.
Adventure Time is the source of much of my happiness. Considering the rabid fans out there, you’d think I wouldn’t even have to explain Adventure Time.
We’re getting another Adventure Time game, coming to basically every platform imaginable in the fall. It’s set in a three-dimensional Land of Ooo—including Candy and Fire Kingdoms, Wizard City, and Castle Lemongrab—where Finn and Jake embark on an investigation initiated by their parents.
MATHEMATICAL! Pendleton Ward's dark, funny, technicolor weirdfest (aka Cartoon Network's Adventure Time) is being developed into a feature-length animated film by Warner Bros.
"I wanted to do a realistic re-imagining of the Ice King," writes DeviantArt's chasestone, "while staying true enough to the character that you can still imagine him with Tom Kenny's voice." Well, he succeeded. He should do the rest of the Adventure Time cast, too. Head over here for more of his work.
I firmly believe that having more Adventure Time around is a good thing. So what do I think of this Chinese short that looks a hell of a lot like Adventure Time? Well, that it's pretty damn cool.
A great story has lots of layers, and a rich backstory. When you only see part of the picture, you might reach a snap judgment about what's going on — but then you see events from years ago, that make you rethink everything. Here are 10 flashbacks that turn your understanding of a story upside-down.
Imagine, for a moment, that characters like Finn or Marceline had to pick a Pokémon team. What creatures would you match them up with?
Or rather it was, just not the Gamergate concerned with video games. Remember kids, gamergate is also a type of ant.
CGI Simpsons? Anime Simpsons? Despicable Me Simpsons? As much as I enjoy the originals, last night's Treehouse of Horror episode left me yearning for these alternate reality versions of America's first family.
I will not cry over a Gritty Reboot of Adventure Time. I will not cry over a Gritty Reboot of Adventure Time. I will not... dammit.
Adam Muto is one of the artists who has worked on animated series Adventure Time. While that's a show that's as famous for its colour palette as it is some incredible voice acting, today we're going to take a look at where much of the show starts: the storyboards.
Manly is a new cartoon from brothers Jesse and Justin Moynihan, who also do some work on Adventure Time. Among many other freaky things, it features a chilling reminder of why I will never, ever use a teleporter.
What time is it? If you said, "Comic-Con," you'd be technically correct, but also missing my reference entirely. Good job, reference misser. The convention's firing news on all cylinders, though, including a new Adventure Time game that wears its Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past influences on its sleeve.
Artist Joe Hogan and Mike Vasquez's crossover series are the best example that Adventure Time and its style is just perfect for mash-ups. Their latest piece has really serious and funny-looking Game of Thrones characters.