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Everything about “Blackford Manor” is sinister. blackfordmanor: For Perspective Tuesday, here’s another background layout from Audrey Oh. We’ll see Jiwook’s completed short on Cartoon Hangover this summer.

April 15, 2014

Everything about “Blackford Manor” is sinister.
blackfordmanor:

For Perspective Tuesday, here’s another background layout from Audrey Oh. We’ll see Jiwook’s completed short on Cartoon Hangover this summer.

Everything about “Blackford Manor” is sinister.

blackfordmanor:

For Perspective Tuesday, here’s another background layout from Audrey Oh. We’ll see Jiwook’s completed short on Cartoon Hangover this summer.

Catbug Mouthchart (Happy) If you think this is exciting stuff, wait till you get a load of the Serious Mouths!

April 15, 2014

Catbug Mouthchart (Happy)
If you think this is exciting stuff, wait till you get a load of the Serious Mouths!

Catbug Mouthchart (Happy)

If you think this is exciting stuff, wait till you get a load of the Serious Mouths!

Longtime Friend of Frederator Kristen Donner is busy adding color to the characters and backgrounds for “Chainsaw Richard.” You’ll see the Christopher Reineman short starting this summer on Cartoon Hangover.

April 14, 2014

Longtime Friend of Frederator Kristen Donner is busy adding color to the characters and backgrounds for “Chainsaw Richard.”
You’ll see the Christopher Reineman short starting this summer on Cartoon Hangover.

Longtime Friend of Frederator Kristen Donner is busy adding color to the characters and backgrounds for “Chainsaw Richard.”

You’ll see the Christopher Reineman short starting this summer on Cartoon Hangover.

Cartoon Hangover Panel at WonderCon We’re putting together the final touches on next Sunday afternoon’s (that’s 4/20, Easter Sunday) Cartoon Hangover panel at WonderCon in Anaheim, CA. We’re pretty much focusing attention on Bravest Warriors and Bee and PuppyCat, with sneak peeks and appearances from both casts and crews. We’ll give the gory details next week, but, for now, please plan on joining us after your egg hunt that morning.

April 11, 2014

Cartoon Hangover Panel at WonderCon
We’re putting together the final touches on next Sunday afternoon’s (that’s 4/20, Easter Sunday) Cartoon Hangover panel at WonderCon in Anaheim, CA. We’re pretty much focusing attention on Bravest Warriors and Bee and PuppyCat, with sneak peeks and appearances from both casts and crews. We’ll give the gory details next week, but, for now, please plan on joining us after your egg hunt that morning.

Cartoon Hangover Panel at WonderCon

We’re putting together the final touches on next Sunday afternoon’s (that’s 4/20, Easter Sunday) Cartoon Hangover panel at WonderCon in Anaheim, CA. We’re pretty much focusing attention on Bravest Warriors and Bee and PuppyCat, with sneak peeks and appearances from both casts and crews. We’ll give the gory details next week, but, for now, please plan on joining us after your egg hunt that morning.

Jesse and Justin Moynihan’s “Manly,” the cartoon voted most likely to be the next big hit for Nick Jr. manlycartoon: New Jersey’s Danny Hynes is on board, busy with special poses. "Manly" premieres July 31 on Cartoon Hangover.

April 11, 2014

Jesse and Justin Moynihan’s “Manly,” the cartoon voted most likely to be the next big hit for Nick Jr.
manlycartoon:

New Jersey’s Danny Hynes is on board, busy with special poses.
"Manly" premieres July 31 on Cartoon Hangover.

Jesse and Justin Moynihan’s “Manly,” the cartoon voted most likely to be the next big hit for Nick Jr.

manlycartoon:

New Jersey’s Danny Hynes is on board, busy with special poses.

"Manly" premieres July 31 on Cartoon Hangover.

We got ours. Did you get yours? frederatortimes: Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly!  An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug. Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time). While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share.  At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever! - Gwen

April 11, 2014

We got ours. Did you get yours?
frederatortimes:

Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly!  
An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug.
Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time).
While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share. 
At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever!
- Gwen

We got ours. Did you get yours?

frederatortimes:

Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly! 

An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug.

Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time).

While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share. 

At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever!

- Gwen

From the outside looking in, designer Hans Tseng’s latest view of Bee’s apartment.

April 11, 2014

From the outside looking in, designer Hans Tseng’s latest view of Bee’s apartment.

From the outside looking in, designer Hans Tseng’s latest view of Bee’s apartment.

It’s the Throwback Thursday, and we’re throwing back nearly five years for this Fanboy and Chum Chum title card by the show’s art director, Chad Woods. At that time we were under a Nickelodeon directive to make the art compatible not only for widescreen but also for a 4:3 aspect ratio, kind of at odds to each other.

April 10, 2014

It’s the Throwback Thursday, and we’re throwing back nearly five years for this Fanboy and Chum Chum title card by the show’s art director, Chad Woods. At that time we were under a Nickelodeon directive to make the art compatible not only for widescreen but also for a 4:3 aspect ratio, kind of at odds to each other.

It’s the Throwback Thursday, and we’re throwing back nearly five years for this Fanboy and Chum Chum title card by the show’s art director, Chad Woods. At that time we were under a Nickelodeon directive to make the art compatible not only for widescreen but also for a 4:3 aspect ratio, kind of at odds to each other.

The upcoming final three episodes of the current season of Bravest Warriors are chock full of gorgeous art, like this background from designer Derek Hunter and painter Sandra Calleros.

April 10, 2014

The upcoming final three episodes of the current season of Bravest Warriors are chock full of gorgeous art, like this background from designer Derek Hunter and painter Sandra Calleros.

The upcoming final three episodes of the current season of Bravest Warriors are chock full of gorgeous art, like this background from designer Derek Hunter and painter Sandra Calleros.

And… Beth? Just think, when Bravest Warriors returns next month, we may find out what happens to Beth & Chris in the future. Or what went on with the Emotion Lord in the past. Or maybe a future history with another character entirely in another dimension somewhere. Or something, possibly.

April 9, 2014

And… Beth?
Just think, when Bravest Warriors returns next month, we may find out what happens to Beth & Chris in the future. Or what went on with the Emotion Lord in the past. Or maybe a future history with another character entirely in another dimension somewhere. Or something, possibly.

And… Beth?

Just think, when Bravest Warriors returns next month, we may find out what happens to Beth & Chris in the future. Or what went on with the Emotion Lord in the past. Or maybe a future history with another character entirely in another dimension somewhere. Or something, possibly.