"It's a kids' cartoon about a magical man who's everyone's uncle and grandpa and he's a magical man who drives around in his RV with a gang of friends, Mr. Gus and Pizza Steve." That's "Uncle Grandpa" creator Peter Browngardt explaining the oddball assortment of characters populating "Uncle Grandpa," his new Cartoon Network series which premieres tonight at 8PM ET.
It's the kind of show that has a character named Giant Realistic Flying Tiger and can get away with having "Workaholics" star Adam Devine play shades-wearing slice of pizza. It's also the latest in a steady stream of strange and surreal cartoons Browngardt's had a hand in either as an animator ("Venture Brothers," "Chowder," "Adventure Time") and writer ("Flapjack," "Secret Mountain Fort Awesome").
Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right-- this combination of the directional pad, followed by hitting the A and B buttons a couple of times would unlock unlimited lives on many an 8-bit NES game back in the day. Now, the "Konami Code" can unlock something almost as satisfying on the "Regular Show: The Complete First & Second Seasons" Blu-Ray, especially if you score one of the limited prints. Prints? Yep, read on!
The folks over at WeLoveFine just released a set of brand spankin' new leggings, and they are tight (pun totally intended). The current line features geek favorites such as 'Adventure Time,'Hello Kitty, and Marvel, but that's not all WeLoveFine has up their sleeve!
It’s that time of year when we’ve done away with the butterfly and pastel adorned greeting cards, and traded them in for ones littered in sporting goods and blue. Father’s Day is here, but when it comes to the animated dads, it's a mixed bag. Most don’t have the nurturing charisma that their motherly counterparts do, but we love them anyway... Because underneath their hard shell made up of attitude, yelling and furrowed brows, are great, great Dads. Here are the ten best... Ever: Read More...
Where's the H in High-Five Ghost when you need him? Because Vannen definitely deserves a solid slap to the ol' palm-skin for their latest 'Regular Show' watch: "Blacklight"! Not only does it have an appropriately bad-ass moniker, but JG Quintel (creator of 'Regular Show') has even randomly signed some of the packaging! Read on for all the info, and as many photos as your eyeholes can handle in this MTV Geek First Look! Read More...
[Correction: in the original post, we said that Phil Lamarr had hoped to voice Darkseid in subsequent seasons of "Young Justice." However, it was Khary Payton who wanted to provide the voice of the evil New God.]
"These guys are two of the best guys to act against in the booth," Aqualad voice actor Khary Payton says of his "Young Justice" colleagues Phil Lamarr and Dee Bradley Baker during a panel moderated by series writer Greg Weisman. Payton, who also voiced Cyborg, was joined by "Young Justice" comic artist Christopher Jones, voice actor Dee Bradley Baker, and the inestimable Phil Lamarr as they told stories about working on the recently-cancelled Cartoon Network series during Denver Comic Con.
When Stan Lee joins this week's episode of "MAD" on Cartoon Network, he tells the exciting but little-known story of Peter Parker's metamorphosis in the the Amazing Spider-man: what happened to the poor spider that bit him.
The new series from "Squibillies" and "Aqua Teen" co-creator Dave Willis and Casper Kelly ("Squidbillies," "Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law," "Stroker & Hoop") shows the lighter side of working for the dark, infernal lord.