One of the most awaited cartoons of the year, Tron: Uprising, began this week and we've got two great clips from the episode. Also, a Franken-princess is created on Adventure Time and we learn the secrets of nightclub bouncers on Regular Show!
As always, minor spoilers ahead!
Tron: Uprising officially kicked off its regular run on Disney XD this week! Non-spoiler, Tron is alive.
In this clip, we get to see some light cycle action as Tron trains the renegade program Beck to become his replacement.
The second clip gives a glimpse of Zed and Mara's life as engineering programs working in Able's Garage.
Look closely and you'll catch a look at an older model light cycle before Beck (voiced by Elijah Wood) is selected for the games.
In case you missed out on the half-hour premier of Tron: Uprising that aired on Disney XD in May, the entire episode is to your left.
The Princess of Candy Kingdom is really concerned with dying, so she makes Goliad, an undying replacement, out of amino acids, a baby tooth, and algebra. Goliad lacks one important thing - knowledge of how to rule a kingdom, knowledge only Finn and Jake can imbue.
While you are watching this clip of marshmallow children being ripped asunder, I am likely making up lewd renditions of the Adventure Time theme song, a weekend hobby of mine. The tune is just too catchy.
Dan is not happy with children these days and neither am I. Kids just seem to run amok wherever you go.
In this episode (from last week), Dan calls a child a "savage" and decides to make a difference by adopting a child and becoming a model parent. Dan is a far better person that I am.
It's Margaret's birthday and she's throwing a last minute party at a cool new nightclub. A lovestruck Mordecai shows up, looking for a chance to "oons oons oons oons oons" with Margaret.
In this clip, we find out what really is written on the mysterious lists guarded by nightclub bouncers.
After a late night dispute over the arrest of her friends, Equalists attack Korra and destroy City Hall in the process. '
Korra is missing the morning after - will Tenzin find her before it is too late?
In this episode, the future Duel Masters explore the Kaijudo Temple, where they will learn the history behind their new craft.
The Thundercats follow the Book of Omens on an adventure that takes them to a city in the sky. Could we see the return of Vultureman in this episode?
No clip from this episode was available at the time this article went to press, so enjoy the extra long clip from last week's episode, "The Soul Sever."
This week we get a peek at the Fourth World character Glorious Godfrey. Godfrey is posing as a Glenn Beck figure in the Young Justice universe, espousing disdain for extraterrestrial communication efforts.
Artemis finds herself back as a member of Young Justice when issues with a satellite launch arise.
Top image courtesy of Disney XD. The Legend of Korra airs Saturday mornings on Nickelodeon. Adventure Time and Regular Show air Monday nights on the Cartoon Network. Dan Vs. and Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters air Saturdays on The Hub. Tron: Uprising air Thursday nights on Disney XD. Thundercats and Young Justice: Invasion air Saturday mornings on the Cartoon Network, so turn your television on.