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You can enjoy those Aquaman jokes in HD as often as you want as Warner Brothers reveals the July 9 release date for the "Robot Chicken DC Comics Special."

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The actress who played Amy Pond crosses the, uh, pond for an upcoming episode of the Adult Swim series.

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Sure, some of your favorite shows on Cartoon Network are winding down soon (ahem, "Young Justice"), but that doesn't mean DC still won't be putting out new series. Take "Teen Titans Go!" which the network is describing as a "reimagining" of the original anime-inspired half-hour series, and it's coming to Cartoon Network at the end of April.

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Tambor, who plays the Bluth pater familias George Sr. on "Arrested Development," joins this week's episode of "Annoying Orange" as our annoying hero's dad. The episode, "Meet the Oranges" airs Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 on Cartoon Network.

Above, we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes scenes clip of veteran actor (and sometime acting instructor) Tambor in action. After the jump, check out a clip from the episode the see it all put together.

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Season five of "Venture Brothers" is on the way in May, and the show's creators have cut this five-minute promo together to whet your appetite.

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The manga and anime publisher has a collection of original graphic novels planned for the Cartoon Network/Man of Action series, thus enabling it to conquer nearly every medium. Oh, and there's going to be a 17-hour "Ben 10" marathon this weekend.

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The studio announced this morning that the hit Cartoon Network series would end after the fifth season with additional story arcs to appear elsewhere, presumably as Disney continues to clear the decks for "Episode VII."

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Each week Adventure Time dishes out two episodes and sometimes both cause endless laughter...but this was not one of those weeks. However, there was a clear dominant episode this week. Lemongrab, will you marry me? Read More...

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The Cartoon Network series has partnered with Vannen Watches to release this limited-edition paying tribute to Mordecai and Rigby's brief stint as rockstars in the episode "Mordecai and the Rigbys."

After the jump, check out more images of the watch and details on how you might be able to get a sketch of Mordecai and Rigby from "The Regular Show" creator J.G. Quintel.

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The Land of Ooo came to ECCC this weekend as BOOM! Comics' KaBOOM! imprint brought along some of the creators behind the hit "Adventure Time" comics. Line editor Shannon Watters was joined by "Adventure Time" writer Ryan North and artists Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb along with "Fionna and Cake" miniseries writer/artist Natash Allegri.

Here's what the panelists talked about for the first year of "Adventure Time" comics (and what's happening beyond).

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Not content with grabbing young and old readers over at Boom! with books based on "Adventure Time" and "Regular Show," Cartoon Network is teaming up with IDW to mine their back catalog of animated programs for new series and reprints starting this year.

That's right: soon we'll have to explain "Johnny Bravo" to the kids.

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Writer Ryan Engle has come on board as the writer for the Cartoon Network-financed feature based on the five-year-old animated series, "Ben 10" according to THR.

Oh, and did you know there's going to be a movie based on "Rampage"? Because he's also responsible for the screenplay on that one.

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The Justice League are featured in this week's episode of "Young Justice" titled "War." And it looks like they're going to have to answer for some of that time they lost at the end of the first season.

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You can be just like Ben 10 with Bandai's new Omni-Link Omnitrix. The Omnitrix -- which looks just like the one Ben Tennyson wears on his hit Cartoon Network show -- uses revolutionary technology to interact with many media formats for truly interactive play. Read More...

By Steven Smith

Well, it’s happened again. Two of my favorite shows have been canned. The Cartoon Network has decided to axe fan favorites Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice. I know some of my compatriots might think I’m reaching with "Green Lantern", but I dug it. The animation style was original, characterizations consistent; plus it was waaaaay better than the feature film but so are certain types of algae. "Young Justice" however has been a much-beloved piece of animation with a strong fan base who apparently don’t have Nielsen boxes. There’s an online petition keep "Young Justice" on the air, which is super great and flattering to the creators, but at the end of the day that isn’t worth a hill of virilium in this crazy world. So why end them? Read More...

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