MATHEMATICAL! Pendleton Ward's dark, funny, technicolor weirdfest (aka Cartoon Network's Adventure Time) is being developed into a feature-length animated film by Warner Bros.
There's so much beautiful weirdness packed into every 11-minute episode of Adventure Time, it's hard to appreciate it all. Which is where two new books come in. Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo and The Title Cards give you a closer look at the show's creativity. We've got some never-seen artwork from both books.
Ever wonder what a text adventure game made by Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors creator Pendleton Ward would look like? He's making (and illustrating) one right now—and you can play along on Twitter.
Bleeding Cool's Brendon Connelly got a chance to sit down with Jeremy Shada, who voices Finn on Adventure Time, for this extensive 20-minute Q&A.
Seriously, how the heck do they do it? I suspect that there are tons of screenwriters working for grown-up live-action shows who would dearly love to hunt down Pendleton Ward and the rest of his gang of lunatics to learn their secret. Last night's two-part season premiere showed just how far Adventure Time has come…
We've been waiting months — countless aeons of interstellar time! — to watch Bravest Warriors, the space adventure show created by Adventure Time's Pendleton Ward. And now, not only is there a new comic book on the stands, but the first episode is live at Cartoon Hangover, the YouTube channel for Fred Seibert's…
Seriously. I can't stop thinking about Monday's episode of Adventure Time, which was one of the most intense things I've seen in ages. The final scene, where Marceline and Ice King have this weird duet, made me lose my shit and keeps popping into my head. It's rare that any television show gets its hooks into your…
One of the biggest draws at this year's Comic-Con was Cartoon Network's unapologetically bizarre animated show Adventure Time, in which the human boy Finn and his trusty dog Jake navigate the magical Land of Ooo, long after human civilization has disappeared.
Adventure Time has nuked our brains with its mixture of weird humor and colorful post-apocalyptic characters. Last summer at Comic Con, people who shrugged off appearances of A-list celebrities were completely captivated to see Lady Rainicorn and the Ice King zooming down the sidewalk.
Adventure Time has gone from a shiny new distraction to a major freaking part of our lives. We can no longer remember a time before Adventure Time, and it feels as though Finn and Jake are more real than most of our friends.