The Music of Adventure Time: Interview with Composer Tim Kiefer

Just as Cartoon Network’s hit series Adventure Time is on its final countdown before the epic finale, what a better way say our goodbyes than taking the time to appreciate the best aspects of the series. Adventure Time took place in the mystical land of Ooo where many fascinating oddities galore. Jake the dog and Finn the human, the inseparable duo found themselves in an endless number of adventures along with other characters such as Princess Bubblegum, Beemo, Lumpy Space Princess, Marceline the Vampire Queen, Ice King and more. Adventure Time is something that you would think came straight out of a magical, colorful, unique daydream. If you’re pleased with the visuals, then you’ve definitely heard the music behind the show.

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The story lines and adventures that came about in this series was everything, but the musical composition behind those scenes made it all tie together in a perfect knot. Think of a mystical and enchanting, followed by epic, and you’ll get the music from Adventure Time. Since the beginning, there has been some musical masterminds behind the soundtrack of this show, and I am honored to have a chance to speak with one of them. Upon the ending of Adventure Time, I am honored to have had the chance to interview composer Tim Kiefer about his favorite musical moments and best memories from working on the past 10 seasons of Adventure Time.

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Cartoon Buzz: Hi Tim! Thanks for taking the time to talk with me. So you have been working on Adventure Time as a composer for a majority of the episodes. Tell me a bit about the process it takes to compose a track for the adventurous & mystical series.

Tim Kiefer: Hey! Yeah, it’s been a long time and a lot of episodes. For the most part Pen/Adam would relay the mood and timing of what they wanted, then let me choose my own musical palette. That freedom meant I could mess around with all my favorite musical influences – Scandinavian skweee, Southside Chicago juke or footwork, 8bit nostalgia, or braindance – so long as I was expressive and earnest. I’d have as much as 2 weeks for some episodes and as little as 4 days for others, so some would be super intricate and polished while others were raw and edgy. Either way there was a beauty to how each came together.

Cartoon Buzz: So you collaborated with creator Pendleton Ward throughout the series. What are some moments that you’ll never forget while working with the man behind the show?

Tim Kiefer: Most of all, developing a sound with Casey around Pen’s “buddy music” concept, in which bros are just relaxed, comfortable and imaginative. It was at the very least grounding, if not meditative.
Cartoon Buzz: When composing music for the show, did you often envision viewers like me listening to it? How did you want us to feel or react?
Tim Kiefer: I wanted to paint vivid sound paintings that brought viewers deeeep into the Adventure Time universe as they watched. And most importantly, keep everyone happily on their toes – mashing up esoteric music movements with familiar pop sounds, finding weird ways to play normal instruments, you name it. Just constantly reinforcing how unique and magical the alternate reality of Ooo was.

Cartoon Buzz: How did you get into being a composer? Is it something that you always saw yourself doing or did you become inspired along the way?

Tim Kiefer: Well, I have this eerily accurate epitaph I made as a little kid for school or something, it reads: “Here lies Tim. He made millions of people happy with his music.” I guess it was just always the plan.
Cartoon Buzz: What was it like working on the series early on compared to working on the last episode?

Tim Kiefer: The whole Adventure Time universe was simpler back in the old days, and so was the music. The characters didn’t have much to worry about so there was a lot of chill “buddy music” or party tunes. After 8 years, the series ends on a pretty serious note and you can really feel the weight and complexity of the characters’ journey embedded in the music. I can’t help but tear up when I watch through the finale, it’s so emotionally loaded.
Cartoon Buzz: What are your favorite musical moments from the past 10 seasons?
Tim Kiefer: A few: Fionna & Prince Gumball talking about butts in “Fionna & Cake”, Bananaman’s workout music in “The New Frontier”, Oh What A Good Boy Am I montage in “Five More Short Graybles”, Megamush battle in “Mama Said”.

Cartoon Buzz: I’ll regret not asking this later if I don’t, and this may be a toughie, but who is your all time favorite character on Adventure Time?

Tim Kiefer: I’m a Tree Trunks guy!

Cartoon Buzz: If you could describe Adventure Time in FIVE words, what would they be?

Tim Kiefer: The Hero’s Journey Meets Spongebob

Cartoon Buzz: Many fans are heartbroken that Adventure Time is ending. Is there anything you would like to say to them?

Tim Kiefer: Keep it going in your own way.. it’s everyone’s story to finish.

 

And that’s the end folks! I want to thank Tim Kiefer for taking the time to chat with me!

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A Preview of Adventure Time: ‘BMO Bonanza’ One-Shot Comic Special

It’s springtime in the land of Ooo and KaBOOM, an imprint of BOOM! Studios would like to introduce you to an Adventure Time comic book special starring the lovable gaming system character Beemo, otherwise known as BMO. ‘BMO Bonanza’ is a special one-shot that features six short stories surrounding BMO: Garden Therapy, Dad Dance, BMO’s Trip, BMO Noire, Ms. Qino, & Treehouse M.D.

In Garden Therapy, Jake and Finn come upon BMO doing some gardening. BMO claims he read that gardening reduces stress. Jake asks if BMO wants to talk about why he’s stressed, but BMO declares that it is a preemptive strike. In Dad Dance, Jake and Finn once again come across BMO doing a different activity this time, which is some groovy dancing. They find it strange and out of the ordinary though. In BMO Noire, just when Beemo thought he was out, they pulled him back in. And in Treehouse M.D., BMO comes across a rock named Robert with a crack in it, who he assumes it got from “the war”. No worries, because Treehouse M.D. has got it covered!

BMO Bonanza was written by Laura Langston, Cynthia Cheng, Nicole Mannino, Boya Sun, Ian Moore, and Shirley Chan, who are also the artists on the team. Warren Montgomery served as the letterer, Meredith McClaren as the main cover artist and Nina Yoshida as the Incentive cover artist. Don’t miss out on the short adventures of Beemo. BMO Bonanza is set to be released on March 28, 2018 at the price of $7.99. Scroll down below for a preview of the comic special!

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Preview of the New Interactive ‘Adventure Time #74’ Comic

It’s up to YOU to save Ooo from being a dull black and white land forever in this new creative and interactive Adventure Time comic. Magic Man is causing The Land of Ooo to lose its color! Only the brave hero holding this book has the power to bring color that Magic Man has sucked up back to Ooo and set everything right before Finn, Jake, and everyone else is in black-and-white forever! Special coloring book issue! I’m sure this issue will bring you back to your childhood days of coloring books and a lot of free time on your hands. Out March 7!

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Adventure Time #74 is published by KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios and written by Conor McCreery. The artistry is done by Jorge Monlongo while Maarta Laiho (& YOU) serves as the colorist and Mike Fiorentino is the letterer. Shelli Paroline & Braden Lamb are the main cover artists while Emei Burrell is the subscription artist.

New Adventure Time Comic Book Series ‘Beginning Of The End’ Announced

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LOS ANGELES, CA (February 26, 2018) – BOOM! Studios and Cartoon Network Enterprises are proud to debut ADVENTURE TIME: BEGINNING OF THE END #1, the first issue of a new three issue limited comic book series set in a world separate from but inspired by the Emmy® Award-winning Cartoon Network animated series Adventure Time, in May 2018. When Finn breaks a promise he can’t remember making, Chronologius Rex, the Lord of Hours and All Time, confronts him. Ted Anderson (My Little Pony) and Marina Julia (Lumberjanes, SLAM! The Next Jam) set Finn on a journey to confront the ghosts of his past selves, the alternate selves of his present, and all his possible futures, while Jake gathers help from all of Ooo and beyond. Together, they must save Finn before he goes beyond the Vanishing Point and is erased from every reality!

ADVENTURE TIME: BEGINNING OF THE END #1 features a wraparound main cover by Victoria Maderna (Adventure Time), along with variant covers by Diigii Daguna (Adventure Time Comics) and Corey Booth (Over The Garden Wall).

Adventure Time is a show that holds a special place in my heart—it’s so big, so weird, so beautiful, and it never goes where you expect it to,” said Ted Anderson. “This series is my tribute to the characters and that special world, focusing on what makes Finn and Jake’s adventures so special.”

“I’m excited to be working on BEGINNING OF THE END—I’ve definitely been a fan of Adventure Time for a while!” said Marina Julia. “It’s a really great creative show and it’s gone in so many different directions and done so many different things over the years, and that’s really fun to get to dive into.”

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ADVENTURE TIME: BEGINNING OF THE END is the latest release from BOOM! Studios’ critically acclaimed KaBOOM! imprint, publisher of world-class licensed series such as Steven UniverseOver the Garden WallPeanuts, and Garfield, along with original series like Brave Chef Brianna by Sam Sykes and Selina Espiritu and The Deep by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer.

ADVENTURE TIME: BEGINNING OF THE END is a celebration of the show and of the comic,” said Whitney Leopard, Editor, BOOM! Studios. “Every page will be a wild ride filled with exciting moments for our two best pals, Finn and Jake. Ted and Marina are a perfect team and you won’t want to miss their love letter to the series.”

Print copies of ADVENTURE TIME: BEGINNING OF THE END #1 will be available for sale in May 2018 at local comic book shops (use comicshoplocator.com to find the nearest one) or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers, including comiXology, iBooks, Google Play, and the BOOM! Studios app.

For more on ADVENTURE TIME: BEGINNING OF THE END and other projects from BOOM! Studios, please visit www.boom-studios.com and follow @boomstudioson Twitter.

The Top 10 Cartoons That Made a Wave in 2017

Whether it was a positive or negative wave of reactions, a wave is a wave. 2017 introduced us to some new faces, season premieres that went viral, and some familiar faces that were revived in animation. Some cartoons seemed to have a extreme cult following, others are just getting started. We’ll also be saying goodbye to one of these shows very soon, and it just hurts my soul to know that. No matter what reaction they had, they are the cartoons that will impact the future of animated television if they haven’t already. These are the top ten cartoons that had everyone talking, ranting, crying, analyzing, or all of the above in 2017.

1) Rick and Morty

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Wow. What a year that Rick and Morty has had. If one word could be used to describe 2017 for Rick and Morty, that word would be “viral”. I mean this show really went there. First of all, the season 3 premiere was a total surprise, and ended up making the series Adult Swim’s most watched series ever. History was made my friend. The terms Pickle Rick and Szechuan Sauce had to have been googled at least 10 million times this year. AT LEAST. Rick and Morty pretty much won 2017.

Rick and Morty is the story of insane and sometimes hostile adventures of Morty Smith and his grandfather Rick Sanchez. Sometimes accompanied by the rest of the Smiths mom and dad Jerry & Beth, and daughter Summer, the action-filled journeys to other dimensions never end.

2) Big Mouth

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A tale of crazy and embarrassing puberty stories told through animation. Netflix has really done it with this one. As raunchy and vulgar Big Mouth is, it really portrayed puberty and hormones as the monsters that they truly are. No seriously, Big Mouth surrounds a group of pre-teens who are followed by a Hormone Monster and Monstress, who are constantly harassing them and pressuring them to act inappropriately. Puberty is a confusing burden that everyone deals with, so this show can definitely relate to anyone.

3) Hey Arnold

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We thought we said goodbye to Hey Arnold in 2004, but the story was not over yet. This year came the adventures of Arnold, Gerald, and the rest of the gang and their quest to help find Arnold’s parents. The P.S. 118 class won a trip to San Lorenzo, where the secrets that were held onto so long in this series finally came to the light. Romances were ignited, closure was given, and Arnold found the answer that he was looking for. Plus, Brainy is the character that you wouldn’t have thought would save the day, but that’s another amazing twist that the movie had. The Jungle Movie was a sort of, sigh of relief, and only the beginning of the revival of classic Nickelodeon shows.

4) OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes

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Cartoon Network introduced us to another action packed show in 2017. Although it was introduced as a short pilot “Lakewood Plaza Turbo”, at least we got to see it become a full series. OK K.O. follows a character in a futuristic setting who is destined to be the world’s greatest hero. With the constant theme of video games and references to other shows that came before it, I think this series could have a nice future ahead. It has gained a fair amount of praise, followed by a blossoming fandom.

5) Adventure Time

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All good adventures come to an end. In 2016, it was confirmed that Adventure Time will not be renewed for anymore seasons and that season 10 will be the last time that we’ll see Finn the dog and Jake the human going on a number of quests with additional characters Princess Bubblegum, BMO, Lumpy Space Princess, and more. I feel like the news brought fans closer together and made them appreciate the show while it was still here. Adventure Time’s final episode will be titled “Come Along With Me” and is set to be released in 2018.

Adventure Time was a passion project for the people on the crew who poured their heart into the art and stories. We tried to put into every episode something genuine and telling from our lives and make a show that was personal to us and that had jokes, too! I’m really happy that it connected with an audience for so long. It’s a special thing, I think.” – Pendleton Ward, Creator

6) South Park

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South Park just never seems to stop getting good. Their constant pop culture references tied in with a ridiculously funny story line makes almost every episode worth watching. This year was the premiere of season 21 and the writers didn’t hesitate to take a jab at the uprising of electronic personal assistants, the increase of home makeover shows, political outrage, and the country stylings of popular hip hop songs. The remaining episodes touched even more references to humorous and ridiculous political statements such as “fake news”. It was just South Park being South Park and we loved every minute of it.

7) Steven Universe

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Steven Universe continued to be the top Cartoon Network series and one of the most popular cartoons on television today. It’s never ending adventures for the “Crystal Gems”, or the magic beings – Steven, Pearl, Garnet, and Amethyst who use their powers to protect the earth. The show separates itself from many other cartoons today in sense of representing LGBTQ+ characters, gender fluidity, and tackling abusive relationships.

“In large part it’s based on my experience as a bisexual woman. I think that there are a lot of ways that I — how to I put this? These themes have so much to do with who you are. There is an idea that these are themes that should not be shared with kids but everyone shares stories about love and attraction with kids. So many stories for kids are about love. It really makes a difference to hear stories about how someone like you can be loved. And if you don’t hear those stories, it will change who you are. It’s very important to me that we speak to kids about consent. That we speak to kids about identity. There’s so much I have to say about this. I want to feel like I exist and I want everyone else who wants to feel that way to feel that way too.” – Rebecca Sugar answering what inspired her to include those themes in Steven Universe, San Diego Comic-Con 2016

8) Family Guy

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The first family of adult cartoons started off strong with their season 16 premiere. In Emmy Winning Episode, the Griffins were doing whatever it takes to become an Emmy winning show, even if it means acting as the shows that seem to always win. Shows such as Modern Family, Girls, Breaking Bad, and The Big Bang Theory were parodied. Another major turning point for Family Guy was Brian’s exit. It was such a twist that we didn’t see coming. What was thought to be episode ending resolution turned into a dark reality. This year really proved that Family Guy is still going strong 18 years later.

9) BoJack Horseman

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Netflix has only five animated series on its platform, but this one has stood out the most. BoJack Horseman has won over the hearts of many being the first ever original animated series on Netflix that premiered on August 22, 2014. With their memorable one-liners, it was bound to be a success. It all takes place in the life of a Humanoid horse who was once a 90s sitcom star, but following the cancellation of his show led to him being a washed up actor, hoping to find his place in the modernized industry once again. The show takes on serious issues of mental illness and addiction with a satirical take on events in the real world. Season 4 was released on September 8, 2017 and received a positive reception overall.

10) The Jellies

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This year Tyler the Creator and Lionel Boyce’s show The Jellies really had us impressed. After finding out he’s adopted, even though he’s clearly a human male and his parents and younger sister are jelly fish, 16-year-old Cornell Jelly attempts to find himself a number of ridiculous ways. The Jellies was originally an exclusive on Tyler’s app Golf Media, and main character Cornell was a different race. Tyler explains why the change of race in the best way possible at San Diego Comic-Con:

“How many f–king black cartoon characters is it on TV right now? Name five I’ll give you time. It is none. They cancelled static shock, nobody remember Fillmore, we don’t got sh-t…”

I, for one, absolutely remember Fillmore. Click here to watch the rest of Tyler’s response.

BOOM! Studios Set to Release New Adventure Time Comic ‘BMO Bonanza’ March 2018

Our favorite handheld device BMO is the star of the new Adventure Time comic book ‘BMO Bonanza’, debuting in March 2018. The one-shot comic centers around a sort of day in the life of BMO and what they do when they aren’t keeping Finn and Jake out of trouble.  You can find the full press release below:

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (December 12, 2017) – BOOM! Studios and Cartoon Network Enterprises announce ADVENTURE TIME: BMO BONANZA, a one-shot comic book special debuting March 2018 that peeks into BMO’s springtime adventures in the land of Ooo. Ever wondered what BMO is up to when they’re not trying to keep Finn and Jake out of trouble? In this collection of short stories, creators Cynthia Cheng (College Humor Comics), Laura Langston (Adventure Time), Nicole Mannino (This is Not Fiction, Adventure Time), Boya Sun (5 Worlds: The Sand Warrior), Ian Moore, and Shirley Chan follow the multi-skilled console on their very own adventure time.

“BMO is really excited to see the rare Spring Flower bloom and asked Jake and Finn to join on her adventure,” explained Boya Sun, talking about their story. “After a crazy trip, they finally reached the destination, but the flower was not what they had expected…”

“I love how earnest BMO is!” said Nicole Mannino. “They put their heart into everything they do and always takes their work very seriously, despite how silly it seems. Plus, they’re always so cute about it!”

ADVENTURE TIME: BMO BONANZA is the latest release from BOOM! Studios’ critically acclaimed KaBOOM! imprint, publisher of world-class licensed series such as Steven Universe, Over the Garden Wall, Peanuts, and Garfield, along with original series like Brave Chef Brianna by Sam Sykes and Selina Espiritu, and The Deep by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer. KaBOOM! has been the home for Adventure Time comics since 2012 and has expanded into several limited series, original graphic novels, and a second ongoing series.

“Everyone loves BMO, as they should, and we’re thrilled to finally BMO their own dedicated special,” said Whitney Leopard, Editor, BOOM! Studios. “We’ve assembled a great roster of creators who will each give BMO the starring role they rightfully deserve!”

Print copies of ADVENTURE TIME: BMO BONANZA will be available for sale March 2018 at local comic book shops (use comicshoplocator.com to find the nearest one) or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers like comiXology, iBooks, Google Play,  and the BOOM! Studios app.

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5 Times That Cartoons Were Too Real About Adulthood

When your teenage years are over and it’s time to say hello to living on your own, paying bills & doing your own laundry, there’s nothing that you’ll miss more than your childhood. But even if you’re an adult, cartoons can understand the struggle when no one else does. Here’s 5 times that cartoons spoke nothing but the truth about the pains of adulthood:

1. Adventure Time

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When you’re living on your own and all your money goes to bills and rent. What is a decent homecooked meal anyways?

2. Daria

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We all knew that Daria spoke nothing but the truth, but this takes the cake. If you’re reading this and still a teen, take your time when choosing a career.

3. Justice League Unlimited

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When you’re expected to automatically know how to do things even if you weren’t taught. We feel you, Flash.

4. Pocahontas

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Grandmother Willow was looking out for us. Choose your paths in life wisely.

5. Peter Pan

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If you look at this quote in a different context, that is the harsh reality. Once you’re grown up, that’s it. There’s no time machine that can take you back to the simple times. But you’ll be alright. ;)

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Adventure Time Season 7 Is Set for DVD Release July 18

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Get ready Adventure Time fans, because your favorite duo is coming to DVD yet again with the complete seventh season! Enjoy the adventures of Jake the Dog and Finn the Human including some bonus material with this upcoming DVD. It’s set to release on July 18, 2017 so mark your calendars! For more information see the official press release from Cartoon Network below:

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ADVENTURE TIME:

THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SEASON

CARTOON NETWORK’S AWARD-WINNING SERIES

IS SET FOR RELEASE ON DVD

JULY 18, 2017

 Release Features 25 Episodes Including the Adventure Time: Stakes Miniseries

Plus Loads of Bonus Content All Packed Into
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 ATLANTA (May 11, 2017) – The reigning monarch of Candy Kingdom, Princess Bubblegum, is getting her very own personalized DVD cover with the release of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time: The Complete Seventh Season, available in stores July 18, 2017. The highly-anticipated release will feature 25 episodes from the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning animated series’ seventh season and will include the popular “Stakes” story arc. The DVD is loaded with must-have bonus content that fans and collectors won’t want to miss, including animatics, galleries, song demos, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Bad Jubies” and much more!  Adventure Time: The Complete Seventh Season will retail for $24.98 SRP.

Join Jake the Dog and Finn the Human as they embark on a set of unforgettable adventures on the seventh season of Adventure Time. As season seven unfolds, major changes are in store for some of the inhabitants of Candy Kingdom. Princess Bubblegum is exiled to live on the shores of Lake Butterscotch, where she tries to grow a new kingdom made of vegetables. Marceline decides she no longer wants to be a vampire and asks Princess Bubblegum to help her get rid of her vampiric essence. Her quest to become mortal sets off a series of events that are captured in the eight-part “Stakes” story arc. Also included in the season seven release is “Bad Jubies,” the award-winning episode which brings the Adventure Time characters to life in stop-motion animation form.

During its seventh season, the “Stakes” story arc was the #1 program in its time period vs. all TV among all key kids and boys. The eight-part story arc, which aired in four parts, ranked as the #1 telecast of the day among boys 6-11 and 9-14. One of Cartoon Network’s most popular programs, Adventure Time originally premiered in 2007. Since its debut, the series has received critical acclaim, earned multiple Emmy awards and has become an enormous hit among audiences of all ages. In 2016, Adventure Time reached 5.5 million kids 6-11 and 23.6 million P2+.  The series has an enormous Facebook following, consisting over 18 million fans.

Adventure Time, Cartoon Network’s Emmy and Peabody Award-winning original animated series introduces viewers to unlikely heroes Finn and Jake, buddies who traverse the mystical Land of Ooo and encounter its colorful inhabitants. The best of friends, our heroes always find themselves in the middle of heart-pounding escapades. Finn, a silly kid with an awesome hat and Jake, a brassy dog with a big kind heart, depend on each other through thick and thin. Adventure Time, currently in production on its final season, is created by Pendleton Ward and is produced at Cartoon Network Studios.

25 x 11 MINUTE EPISODES:

1.       Bonnie & Neddy 14.  The More You Moe, The Moe You Know
2.       Varmints 15.  Summer Showers
3.       Cherry Cream Soda 16.  Angel Face
4.       Mama Said 17.  President Porpoise is Missing
5.       Football 18.  Blank Eyed Girl
6.       Stakes Part 1: Marceline the Vampire Queen 19.  Bad Jubies
7.       Stakes Part 2: Everything Stays 20.  A King’s Ransom
8.       Stakes Part 3: Vamps About 21.  Scamps
9.       Stakes Part 4: Empress Eyes 22.  Crossover
10.   Stakes Part 5: May I Come In? 23.  Hall of Egress
11.   Stakes Part 6: Take Her Back 24.  Flute Spell
12.   Stakes Part 7: Checkmate 25.  The Thin Yellow Line
13.   Stakes Part 8: The Dark Cloud

 

Bonus Material:

  • Animatics
  • Galleries
  • Song Demos
  • Making of Bad Jubies
  • Hyperlapse of Bad Jubies
  • Title Card Creation

DC Shoes and Cartoon Network Teams up for ‘Adventure Time’ Collection

Adventure Time has become one of Cartoon Network’s biggest series today. With millions of fans gained, the network made sure that the supporters were kept happy with a lot of fan merchandise. Last month, CN teamed up with a comic and graphic novel publisher BOOM! Studios to debut an Adventure Time graphic novel, and now today they have announced and released a new Adventure Time shoe collection with DC Shoes. With seven pairs available today and photoed below, I can honestly say that these shoes are worth the buy and I am obsessed! Here’s what DC wrote on their website for the fans:

What time is it? Adventure Time! DC is proud to partner with Cartoon Network to introduce the DC x Adventure Time footwear and youth snow collection. The show follows the adventures of a boy named Finn and his magical shape-shifting dog, Jake, in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo. The collection includes playful, colorful prints featuring the show’s popular characters like Finn, Jake, and Princess Bubblegum.

The footwear is available in a variety of styles for men, women, and kids and the DC X Adventure Time snow collection features original artwork on select youth outerwear and snowboards. Mathematical!

What are you waiting for Adventure Time fans? Click here to shop.
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Cartoon Network & BOOM! Studios Announces Adventure Time Novel

With bad news comes good news as well, and after enduring the devastating news that Adventure Time will be ending in 2018, it looks like fans have something to cheer them up a bit. Cartoon Network have teamed up with Boom! Studios’ KaBOOM! imprint and created an original graphic novel based upon the series titled Adventure Time: Islands. The novel takes place a thousand years before the present Adventure Time setting, and it will be released November 2016 at a cost of $9.99. See the official cover artwork below:

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