E3 2012? No Sir, It's Adventure Time

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How big is Pendleton Ward's instant cult classic cartoon Adventure Time? So big that D3Publishers has a giant inflatable Finn and Jake hovering over their E3 2012 booth — and the game isn't even here.

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And you know what? I don't particularly care that <Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd you steal our garbage?! from WayForward Technologies isn't here in playable (or non-playable) form. It's just so lovely to run into Jake and Finn in the far reaches of the L.A. Convention Center's South Hall that it just doesn't matter.

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D3Publisher declined my offer to climb atop the massive inflatable and ride it around the convention.

Illustration for article titled E3 2012? No Sir, Its emAdventure Time/em
Illustration for article titled E3 2012? No Sir, Its emAdventure Time/em
Illustration for article titled E3 2012? No Sir, Its emAdventure Time/em

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The Laughing Man

Seems relevant that I post this question:

How can I catch up on episodes of Adventure Time? I don't have Hulu or anything, and have tried to watch a few episodes on YouTube (probably a bad idea anyways) but they seem to all just be snippets? I was considering using my DVR but didn't actually consider trying to watch a few episodes until I read this post...haha.

(I know I could have used my Googlin' skills to figure this out, but I like the human element a bit more)

Edit: I have Netflix but never saw this show being offered for streaming.