Cartoon Network Turkey Children’s Day Marathon Kids Vote Results

Cartoon Network Turkey Children's Day Marathon Kids Vote Results

Cartoon Network Turkey Children’s Day Kids Vote Results

Cartoon Network Turkey has given viewers the opportunity to vote for their favourite shows, the shows with the most votes will be aired in a special Children’s Day Marathon on Sunday 23rd April, running from 11am to 8pm.

The top five shows chosen by viewers are as follows:

1. The Amazing World of Gumball (11% of the vote)
2. Teen Titans Go! (10% of the vote)
3. Regular Show (9% of the vote)
4. Kral Şakir (8% of the vote)
5. Adventure Time (7% of the vote)

http://23nisan.cartoonnetwork.com.tr/

The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit Launch Night In South Africa

The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit Launch Night In South Africa

The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit Launch Night In South Africa

Thursday this week (06/04/2017) was the opening night for The Powerpuff Girls Art Factory Exhibit at 91 Loop in Cape Town, South Africa. The Powerpuff Girls art exhibition was organised by Cartoon Network Africa and Cape Town’s First Thursdays cultural experience. The art exhibition features unique Powerpuff Girls screen-prints by ten of South Africa’s best artists and illustrators; artists include Tandiwe Tsabala, Ello Xray Eyez, Quondile Dlamini, Jade Klara, Tyla Mason, Ndumiso Nyoni, Karabo Poppy Moletsane, Anja Nanna Venter, Kgabo Mametja and Jeanne Fourie. The exhibit is now open to the public at 91 Loop in Cape Town until Tuesday 2nd May 2017. The artwork at the event celebrates creativity, expression, empowerment and fun, which are traits The Powerpuff Girls are often associated with.

Proceeds from artwork sales will be donated to Rock Girl – a local girl-led NGO (Non-Government Organisation) grassroots movement that advocates woman’s rights and also aims to reduce violence against woman and girls. Just like the Powerpuff Girls, the organisation’s volunteers are empowered to tackle the challenges in their lives. Rock Girl’s “Safe Spaces” public art and education initiative creates symbolic safe spaces in the form of specially designed benches in partnership with artists, designers and companies. Rock Girl unveiled their latest safe space bench at the opening night at the exhibition, the bench features a Powerpuff Girls themed design by mosaic artist Lovell Friedman. After the art exhibition, the bench will be relocated to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in the city.

Rock Girl’s latest safe space bench in collaboration with Cartoon Network, featuring a specially designed Powerpuff Girls mosaic.

At opening night, visitors were greeted by The Powerpuff Girls and singer Toya Delazy did a live performance of the African version of the Powerpuff Girls theme song as well as a few of her own songs. Visitors also got to enjoy tasty treats and had the opportunity to create their very own custom-designed Powerpuff Girl tote bag at the screen-printing bar.

https://www.instagram.com/cnafricaofficial/

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/196/484/160126.html

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/03/the-powerpuff-girls-art-factory-exhibition-in-south-africa-from-6th-april/

Special Report Lego Ninjago Season 7 Hands Of Time UK Premiere

Special Report Lego Ninjago Season 7 Hands Of Time UK Premiere

Special Report Lego Ninjago Season 7 Hands Of Time UK Premiere

Yesterday (01/04/2017), was the UK premiere screening of the seventh season of Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu at BAFTA Piccadilly in London. The first two episodes from season seven (also known as the Hands of Time story arc) were shown at the screening, followed by a Q&A session with Lego Ninjago’s creative director, Simon Lucas, presented by TV presenter Nigel Clarke.

Ninjago is the name of Lego’s successful range of ninja-themed toys of which the animated TV series is based on. Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu follows the adventures of six ninja: Kai, Cole, Jay, Zane, Lloyd and Nya. All six ninja are trained in the martial art of Spinjitzu, each having their own special element: Fire (Kai), Lightning (Jay), Ice (Zane), Earth (Cole), Energy (Lloyd) and Water (Nya).

Each season has different story arc (e.g: The Tournament of Elements, Possession and Skybound), season seven focuses on two new (technically old) villians, Acronix and Krux, the original Elemental Masters of Time. Krux has the ability go back in time and pause time, while his younger twin brother, Acronix can go forward in time and slow down time. Forty years ago, both Acronix and Krux were aware of their uniquely powerful abilities and decided to betray the Elemental Alliance and used their powers to control all of Ninjago. Special “Time Blades” had to be forged so Wu and Garmadon can battle the time twins, eventually the blades were used to absorb the twins’ time powers. As a result and knowing that the ability of controling time is very dangerous, both Master Wu and Master Garmadon decided to use the Time Blades to open a vortex, losing the time blades forever. However, both Acronix and Krux decide to go through the vortex themselves, which left the two lost in time, however Krux managed to teleport back to Ninjago and disguised himself for 40 years. In the first two episodes we see the ninja encounter and battle Acronix and the ninja learn more about him and his brother Krux. The Time Twins wish to revert Ninjago back to the past and undo history, will the ninja retrieve the Time Blades and stop them before it’s too late? In later episodes, we will also find out more about Kai and Nya’s backstory and their need to combine their fire and water elements.

After the screening of the first two episodes, there was a Q&A session combined with an on-screen presentation, this was an opportunity for the audience to ask questions about Ninjago. During the presentation, Simon Lucas talked about the concept art from the new season as well as the original prototype drawing from 2009 of which the whole show and toy range was based on. Simon also brought along some of the Lego models which were specially developed for the show for everyone at the screening to take a look at.

Lego Ninjago Concept Art
Ninjago In Development Concept Art From 2009
Lego Sets
Lego sets as featured on the show including Dawn of Iron Doom and the Samurai VXL vehicle.

Simon Lucas is based at Lego’s world headquarters in Billund, Denmark where he oversees the Ninjago toy range and the upcoming Ninjago movie coming to cinemas worldwide later this year, he also liaises with the animation studio Wil Film who animates the TV show. Some interesting facts about Lego were mentioned during the Q&A session including the different types of Lego bricks and the type of people who work at Lego, Lego employs model designers, architects and devoted Lego fans and there is to be believed to be a total of 100,000 unique Lego bricks (including every colour and variant). For Lego Ninjago, there are ten set designers and ten model designers, not everything is built in Lego beforehand for the TV series or released as official Lego sets but it’s very possible to recreate near enough everything, however for the upcoming movie, everything was built with Lego. The movie will focus on Lloyd and his evil father, Lord Garmadon, there will also be an epic showdown of ninja action. The movie is made by Cartoon Network’s sister company, Warner Bros. with animation made by Animal Logic, the same studio that animated The Lego Movie.

Season eight of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu is currently in development and The Lego Ninjago Movie will be released in cinemas across the UK in October.

Trailer for The Lego Ninjago Movie:

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu season seven premieres on Cartoon Network UK tomorrow (03/04/2017) with new episodes airing weekdays at 4pm.

http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/show/ninjago