Now that Cartoon Network has announced the end of “Adventure Time,” the show’s artists reflect on the impact it had on their lives and careers.
The creator of “Adventure Time” and other artists created a special episode of “Uncle Grandpa.”
Finn and Jake are about to get a lot bigger.
There’s a startling revelation in a new “Rolling Stone” piece about Cartoon Network’s hit series “Adventure Time”: creator Pen Ward hasn’t been running his show since sometime during season 5.
There’s too much post-apocalyptic fiction around, in books and movies, TV and games. I’d toss the lot into a dumpster now, except for “Adventure Time.”
The Internet animation community is talking about one thing today: a series of tweets last night by “Adventure Time” storyboard revision artist Emily Partridge in which she identified artist Skyler Page, the creator of the Cartoon Network series “Clarence,” as sexually assaulting her.
Young ladies, put down that issue of “Tiger Beat” because this is the only poster you’ll ever need to hang above your bed.
This week’s issue of “The New Yorker” does something that they rarely ever do: review an animated TV series. The show they elected to discuss is “Adventure Time.”
“Adventure Time” creator Pen Ward will develop a videogame as part of Double Fine’s annual Amnesia Fortnight game jam, and project backers get to vote on which of his ideas will be produced.