Adventure Time Season 7 DVD To Be Released In The United States 18th July
This week, Cartoon Network USA has announced the DVD release of Adventure Time: Season 7: The Complete Season. The DVD will be released in the United States on 18th July and will cost $24.98 SRP. Season 7 of Adventure Time was probably one of the show’s most experimental seasons, during this season, the show had its first ever miniseries – Adventure Time: Stakes as well as a stop-motion animated episode – Bad Jubies. Tom Herpich, a storyboard artist who worked on Stakes Part 8: The Dark Cloud won a Creative Arts Emmy for “Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation” in 2016, also the production designer for the Bad Jubies episode – Jason Kolowski, won the same award that year. Since its premiere in 2010, Adventure Time has been a global hit for kids, animation fans and critics alike and has amassed a total of six Creative Arts Emmys, three Annie Awards, two Children’s BAFTAs and a Peabody Award.
In the Stakes miniseries, Marceline no longer wants to be a vampire anymore she asks Princess Bubblegum for help, Princess Bubblegum proceeds with the experimental procedure releasing Marceline’s vampiric essence, consequently resurrecting all of Marceline’s enemies from the past, including the all-powerful Vampire King. In “Bad Jubies”, Finn, Jake, Lumpy Space Princess and BMO shelter away from a storm with a bad attitude that likes putting people down. Season seven also has memorable episodes such as “Crossover”, where Finn and Jake crossover into the Farmworld dimension and “Bonnie and Neddy”, where Finn and Jake discover one of Ooo’s biggest secrets and the birthplace of Princess Bubblegum (and her little-known brother Neddy) – the Mother Gum, in the episode “Varmints”, Princess Bubblegum is exiled and attempts to create a new kingdom out of vegetables.
The DVD will feature 25 11-minute episodes contained in a collectible Princess Bubblegum die-cut slipcase, the DVD will also include special features such as animatics, galleries of the show’s artwork, demos of the songs in season 7, a behind-the-scenes video – Making of Bad Jubies, a hyperlapse (stop-motion timelapse) recorded during the production of the Bad Jubies episode and a segment about episode title card creation.
From The Turner USA Press Release via ToonZone.net: Adventure Time: The Complete Seventh Season, Cartoon Network’s award-winning series is set for release on DVD July 18, 2018, release features 25 episodes including the Adventure Time: Stakes miniseries, plus loads of bonus content all packed into a custom collectible Princess Bubblegum die-cut slipcase.
The reigning monarch of Candy Kingdom, Princess Bubblegum, is getting her very own personalized DVD cover with the release of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time: The Complete Seventh Season, available in stores July 18, 2017. The highly-anticipated release will feature 25 episodes from the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning animated series’ seventh season and will include the popular “Stakes” story arc. The DVD is loaded with must-have bonus content that fans and collectors won’t want to miss, including animatics, galleries, song demos, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Bad Jubies” and much more! Adventure Time: The Complete Seventh Season will retail for $24.98 SRP.
Join Jake the Dog and Finn the Human as they embark on a set of unforgettable adventures on the seventh season of Adventure Time. As season seven unfolds, major changes are in store for some of the inhabitants of Candy Kingdom. Princess Bubblegum is exiled to live on the shores of Lake Butterscotch, where she tries to grow a new kingdom made of vegetables. Marceline decides she no longer wants to be a vampire and asks Princess Bubblegum to help her get rid of her vampiric essence. Her quest to become mortal sets off a series of events that are captured in the eight-part “Stakes” story arc. Also included in the season seven release is “Bad Jubies,” the award-winning episode which brings the Adventure Time characters to life in stop-motion animation form.
During its seventh season, the “Stakes” story arc was the #1 program in its time period vs. all TV among all key kids and boys. The eight-part story arc, which aired in four parts, ranked as the #1 telecast of the day among boys 6-11 and 9-14. One of Cartoon Network’s most popular programs, Adventure Time originally premiered in 2007. Since its debut, the series has received critical acclaim, earned multiple Emmy awards and has become an enormous hit among audiences of all ages. In 2016, Adventure Time reached 5.5 million kids 6-11 and 23.6 million P2+. The series has an enormous Facebook following, consisting over 18 million fans.
Adventure Time, Cartoon Network’s Emmy and Peabody Award-winning original animated series introduces viewers to unlikely heroes Finn and Jake, buddies who traverse the mystical Land of Ooo and encounter its colorful inhabitants. The best of friends, our heroes always find themselves in the middle of heart-pounding escapades. Finn, a silly kid with an awesome hat and Jake, a brassy dog with a big kind heart, depend on each other through thick and thin. Adventure Time, currently in production on its final season, is created by Pendleton Ward and is produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
25 x 11 Minute Episodes:
1. Bonnie & Neddy 2. Varmints 3. Cherry Cream Soda 4. Mama Said 5. Football 6. Stakes Part 1: Marceline the Vampire Queen 7. Stakes Part 2: Everything Stays 8. Stakes Part 3: Vamps About 9. Stakes Part 4: Empress Eyes 10. Stakes Part 5: May I Come In? 11. Stakes Part 6: Take Her Back 12. Stakes Part 7: Checkmate 13. Stakes Part 8: The Dark Cloud 14. The More You Moe, The Moe You Know 15. Summer Showers 16. Angel Face 17. President Porpoise is Missing 18. Blank Eyed Girl 19. Bad Jubies 20. A King’s Ransom 21. Scamps 22. Crossover 23. Hall of Egress 24. Flute Spell 25. The Thin Yellow Line
– Animatics – Galleries – Song Demos – Making of Bad Jubies – Hyperlapse of Bad Jubies – Title Card Creation
During 2016, Cartoon Network has been airing new shows, new episodes and even new channels in some countries, so here’s a timeline of some of the major events that have happened around the world in the last twelve months. Note: Some dates are not exactly accurate, but was approximately around that time or it was the date when news was publicly announced.
1st January: Cartoon Network Southeast Asia rebranded to Check It 4.0.
4th January: Cartoon Network Latin America and Brazil rebranded to Check It 4.0.
6th January: Cartoon Network USA releases Twelve Forever pilot/minisode.
7th January: Mark Eyers Promoted To Senior Vice President Of Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific.
14th January: Cartoon Network USA premieres first stop-motion animated Adventure Time episode: Bad Jubies.
14th January: Transformers: Robots in Disguise Season 2 announced.
25th January: New Bob The Builder series premiered on Cartoonito UK.
25th January: Daniel González becomes new general director Of Turner Iberia.
29th January: Justice League Action officially announced.
All of January 2016’s blog posts can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
This weekend (10/09/2016 and 11/09/2016) the 2016 Creative Arts Emmys was held in Los Angeles. On 26th August, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation winners two weeks ahead of the actual ceremony, with three members of Cartoon Network production staff winning awards. However, this weekend, it was announced that Cartoon Network has won another Emmy. The Cartoon Network App won the award in the User Experience and Visual Design category, the app won for providing users an enriched experience in terms of functionality, usability and graphics.
The Cartoon Network USA App allows users to watch their favourite shows on the move and all in one place, the app can also generate a customised playlist based on the user’s preferences. The app also features exclusive premieres, giving fans a chance to watch the latest episodes before they officially air on Cartoon Network USA. In order to have full access, all you need is a Cable or Satellite television subscription from a participating pay-TV provider (the list includes all major US cable/satellite TV companies such as DirecTV, Dish, Comcast, Cox, Charter etc.). The app went through a revamp and was relaunched last year.