Cartoon Network At Paris Comic Con 2016

Cartoon Network At Paris Comic Con 2016

Cartoon Network At Paris Comic Con 2016

Paris Comic Con 2016 is taking place this weekend (21/10/2016 to 23/10/2016) at the Grande Halle de la Villette in Paris, France and as usual Cartoon Network is there running a few events. The convention is one of the largest in France for Comics, Movies and TV pop culture.

Today, Adventure Time storyboarder Cole Sanchez did a masterclass session at the convention, he was welcomed by fully packed auditorium. During the masterclass, Cole shown some of his storyboard drawings including some from the episode “Jake Suit” and talked about his time working on the show, he has also worked as creative director (seasons 2 and 3) and supervising director (season 6). Cole Sanchez was also a storyboard artist for The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Over The Garden Wall and Long Live The Royals, he was also the voice actor for Jason Funderburker in Over The Garden Wall.

Some enthusiastic Cartoon Network fans were even dressed up as their favourite cartoon characters including Adventure Time’s Finn and Dexter from Dexter’s Laboratory, one of Cartoon Network’s first ever animated show successes.

Cartoon Network France also had a large whoopee cushion on display at the convention. A whoopee cushion featuring face of Jake the Dog from Adventure Time was also used for the La Journée Mondiale du Prout (World Fart’s Day) event organised by Cartoon Network and Canalsat in Paris two years ago, at the event Cartoon Network was awarded the Guinness World Record for world’s largest whoopie cushion.

Lecaplain Baptiste, The voice actor for Prince Peter in the French dubbed version of Long Live The Royals did a masterclass and Q&A session, he talked about his time performing the role on the show:

Cartoon Network USA Regular Show One Space Day At A Time Sneak Peek

Cartoon Network USA Regular Show One Space Day At A Time Sneak Peek

Cartoon Network USA Regular Show One Space Day At A Time Sneak Peek

Cartoon Network USA have uploaded a sneak peek clip of the upcoming Regular Show: In Space story arc, the clip is from the “One Space Day At A Time” episode which is the first episode of season 8. Regular Show season 8 (aka Regular Show: In Space) premieres Monday 26th September. In the sneak peek, we see Mordecai and Rigby and their friends stuck in a dome covering the park and stranded in space, they have no way of communication and they can’t leave, but as there no immediate solution they decided to calm down and take it one day at a time.

Season 8 will be the Regular Show’s final season, but this space story arc looks promising and it looks like the show will go out with a bang, complete with its usual surreal plotline and humour. Premiering in 2010, Regular Show went on to win an Emmy and several nominations. The show was created by J.G. Quintel, known for his previous work as a creative director on The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, during the course of the show’s length, a couple of people from Regular Show’s production staff went on to create other projects, including Sean Szeles’s Long Live The Royals and Minty Lewis’s (Voice of Eileen) Bottom’s Butte animated pilot.

Cartoon Network Shows Added To Amazon Prime Instant UK

Amazon.co.uk, the online retailer, has made a deal with Turner Broadcasting System Europe to add Cartoon Network shows on to their Amazon Prime Instant Movie and TV streaming service in the UK. The animated shows that have been added to the streaming service are: Camp Lazlo, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Sym-Bionic Titan, Adventure Time, Regular Show and Chowder. Also the first 20 episodes of Ben 10: Omniverse have been added.

Chris Bird, the director of content strategy at Amazon Instant Video U.K made this statement regarding the deal:

“We’re delighted to start 2015 by adding to our variety of premium kids’ content for our members, these deals allow us to give our members even more choice, complemented by unlimited streaming of some of the biggest and best shows aimed at a younger audience on over 400 devices.”

http://www.worldscreen.com/articles/display/2015-01-07-amazon-uk-kids-shows