Saturday, August 8, 2009

Assorted Animation News

  • The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack will have a third season of 20 episodes, bringing it to a total of 60 half-hours.
  • Chowder will end at three seasons, with 49 episodes. Fans will get a grand finale by the name of "Chowder Grows Up," which showcases him as an adult now running his own catering company.
  • George Krstic, co-creator of Megas XLR, will be attending DragonCon to talk about the current status of the show and release never-before-seen footage.
  • A Looney Tunes revival is currently in production at Warner Bros. Animation. Known as Laff Riot, the series is likely to air on Cartoon Network. The amount of episodes being made is currently unknown.
  • Adventure Time with Finn & Jake will premiere in the Winter of 2010. Generator Rex, Sym-Bionic Titan, and Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc. will also premiere around this time.
*EDIT: Season Three of Flapjack appears to have only 6 episodes...


ZenQued [MasterK] said...

Wow, that's largely great news. Too bad about Chowder, but it did go down hill. I'm psyched for more Flapjack, and the LT revival sounds awesome too. I wonder if they'll air the unaired cartoons they made when they tried to do the revival with LT Back in Action.

chdr said...

Has it been confirmed yet that Flapjack has been renewed for 20 episodes? I know it's been renewed, but has Thurop said anything about the episode count?

Jonathan B said...

oh man I hope MegasXLR is getting a dvd collection, maybe a Collector's edtion where the dvd are held in side of your own little Megas. To Zen K, Chowder wasn't going down at all. It has stupid, repulsive, and insane antics every episode making it a great cartoon.

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Fizzlo Fliskin said...

It stinks to see Chowder go.


Fizzlo Fliskin said...

And I hope Adventure Time comes already, it seems I've been waiting for that forever.

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