Whether He-Man, Thundercats, Inspector Gadget, or TMNT was your jam, Andrew Farago’s 160-page book has got you covered with a great retrospective of the best that Saturday morning (and other days) had to offer back in the decade of big hair.
“I refuse to answer a literal call to adventure, Morty. Let it go to voicemail.” The new season brings us Pickle Rick, Morty’s giant arm, some creepy dude smashing heads with a giant piano, and gooey mutants galore in “the darkest year” of their adventures. Episodes kick off 7/30/17.
Disney XD is updating this late ’80s classic, and if the new opening credit sequence is any indication, we’re going to be tuning in for sure. Golden Wolf created the show’s wonderful new titles, packed with adventure and backed by that awesome theme song. Premieres 8/12/17.
(SPOILERS) It’s been four freakin’ years, but the second season of Attack on Titan is finally coming. Unfortunately for us, the huge reveals are already popping up in the trailers. We sacrificed ourselves for you! Now run! Wait until 4/1/17. Mirror here.
(SPOILERS, PG-13) Rick and Morty‘s Rick and Morty may have the same voice actor, but the colorful cast of characters surrounding them were brought to life by a schiwft-ton of guests, from John Oliver to Werner Herzog. Check them out in Adult Swim Australia’s compilation.
Jack is Back. Set 50 years after the events of the fourth season, the final 10 episodes of Samurai Jack sees our hero not only seeking for a way home but also for a way to die, because his time traveling adventures have rendered him immortal. Premieres 3/11/17.
Attack on Titan‘s anime adaptation is criminally behind the manga, but for many of us it doesn’t really matter. Check out the new villains and foes that enter the scene in the continuation of Hajime Isayama’s brutal action fantasy story. Drops 4/2017 on Funimation. Mirror here.
YouTuber kaptainkristian talks about the collaborative effort that led to the creation of Warner Bros.’ enduring cartoon character. Then he points out why Bugs and his cartoons remain a treat to watch after all these years, before (unnecessarily) trash talking Mickey Mouse.
Take a look at the new Lion Force crew and robots in the first full trailer for Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender. If the cartoon’s tone and action seem familiar, that’s because its showrunners used to work on Nick’s sublime Avatar series. Form hype and hype!