Articles Posted in the " Cartoon Network " Category

  • “Summer Camp Island” Is Truly Magical

    Pack your bags and get ready for a magical trip to Summer Camp Island, Cartoon Network’s latest animated series from creator Julia Pott! -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Steven Universe 5×19 Review: Now We’re Only Falling Apart

    Once upon a time, they were falling in love. But in the wake of the latest reveal about Pink Diamond, Ruby and Sapphire (and the rest of the Crystal Gems) would say, “Now We’re Only Falling Apart.” After the truth comes out that Rose Quartz and Pink Diamond were the same person, Garnet falls apart and […]


  • Go Big or Go Homeworld: Cartoon Network at SDCC 2018

    San Diego Comic-Con has played host to some great Cartoon Network panels and events the past few years, but for SDCC 2018, Cartoon Network is going BIG. Steven Universe fans will surely be excited about all of the awesome things Cartoon Network has planned for the show. While the main panel won’t take place until […]



  • “Teen Titans GO! Figure” Gets Fun New Gameplay Trailer

    If you are a fan of the Teen Titans GO! animated series, you probably know about and have played Teeny Titans. For all the fans who have been waiting for a sequel, Cartoon Network has released a fun little gameplay trailer for the upcoming Teen Titans GO! Figure mobile game. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not […]





  • Steven Universe 5×17 Review: Can’t Go Back

    Things will never be the same in Steven Universe after Steven discovers something unexpected on the moon, in this episode aptly titled “Can’t Go Back“.  -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Let’s Talk About Amethyst

    Shapeshifter. Comedian. Runt. Earthling. Amethyst was introduced as the fun-seeking, free spirit of the Crystal Gems, but five seasons have peeled away her scruffy outer shell and revealed the deeply self-critical Gem underneath. Amethyst was designed to fit into a very specific cartoon archetype: the troublemaker. Despite being millennia old, Amethyst acted like a teenage […]