This week in the world of cartoons, we see what are very likely the final episodes of Green Lantern: TAS and Young Justice: Invasion, two daring comic book-based cartoons. It appears as if the pair will be replaced by two new DC shows, a new take on Teen Titans Go! and Beware the Batman. The Monday night duo, Adventure Time & Regular Show, are off for a few weeks, while Ultimate Spider-Man returns with new episodes next week. As always—minor spoilers ahead!
A monitor-infused Aya goes back to the beginning of time to stop all life from existing. Can Hal Jordan stop her?
You can bet Razer feels conflicted, as the woman he loves is trying to prevent the existence of all life and emotion. This clip features an amazing space battle—check it out.
The Flish and Robin's Egg tackle Captain Cod in what may be the newest hit brimming out of DC Nation. Feel free to insert your own puns.
In the series finale, the heroes of Young Justice face off against an imminent alien invasion.
Young Justice brought versions of DC heroes that were extremely faithful to their comic book identities to the Cartoon Network lineup—it will be missed.
It's Bork Week in Berk! Hiccup searches through Bork's private archives, and learns the secrets to an island that could be the family home of Toothless.
The cast of Gravy Falls descend upon their local public pool in this episode. I fear public pools in a normal city, so one in Gravity Falls has to be quite bizarre.
In the course of their visit, Dipper falls in love with a lifeguard and Mable becomes enamored with a fairly more interesting individual.
Best episode title ever? Kraang is attempting to invade the planet, but the Ninja Turtles have a different distraction—Donatello's "spy roach" has mutated.
Lana and Archer as a married couple? I'm interested. The spy pair are posing as newlyweds and checking into a honeymoon suite to track down North Korean terrorists.
Pam is actually really excited. More excited than she should be. Archer clips are possibly NSFW. It's Saturday morning—you can probably risk it.
Top image courtesy of WB Animation & Cartoon Network. Dragons: Riders of Berk airs Wednesdays on Cartoon Network. Green Lantern, Young Justice, and Clone Wars air Saturday mornings on Cartoon Network. Archer airs Thursday nights on FX, while TMNT airs Friday nights on Nickelodeon.