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The final 15 episodes of "Beware the Batman" will be aired, at 3 a.m. on Saturday nights as part of Adult Swim's "Toonami" block.
"Tiny Kitten Teeth" co-creator Frank Gibson moves to monthly comics as TV's "The Amazing World of Gumball" comes to BOOM! Studios.
Matt Gagnon and Filip Sablik return to discuss Paul Levitz's BOOM! Studios' role, the Cartoon Network first look deal, "Day Men" delays and more.
Bruce Timm returned to Batman with a short celebrating the character's 75th anniversary, now available to watch online in its entirety.
IDW discussed plans for "Super Secret Crisis War," its Cartoon Network crossover, with tie-ins featuring "Johnny Bravo," "Cow and Chicken" and "Samurai Jack."
Writer Derek Fridolfs explains how his new "Dexter's Laboratory" miniseries for IDW transports the boy genius to comics with a plan to get rid of his meddling sister.
"Super Secret Crisis War," written by Louise Simonson, unites "Powerpuff Girls," "Samurai Jack," "Dexter's Laboratory" and more for a one-of-a-kind crossover.
BOOM! adds Paul Levitz to its board of directors, shares "Big Trouble in Little China" details and reveals a "first look" adaptation deal with Cartoon Network.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW Teams Powerpuff Girls, Samurai Jack, Dexter and More in "Super Secret Crisis War"
Writer and storyboard artist Tom Herpich weighs in on what makes the third season of "Adventure Time" more balanced than previous years.
The undersea kingdom of TerraPisciss hangs in the balance when Jason Henderson and Gordon Purcell deliver a battle for the ages in "Ben 10" #4!
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake takes a closer look at the controversy surrounding Mimi Yoon’s "Powerpuff Girls" variant cover.
Artist Mimi Yoon has responded to the controversy over her variant cover for "Powerpuff Girls #6," which was withdrawn last week by Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network has withdrawn a variant cover for IDW’s "Powerpuff Girls" #6 following criticism that the art sexualizes the young protagonists.
On the next episode of "Teen Titans Go!" Raven uses magic to solve some problems... and gets more than a little carried away trying to fix everything.
Writer/artist Derek Charm tells CBR about "Monster Day," his two-issue "Powerpuff Girls" arc, revealing which fan-favorite monsters will turn up to wreak havoc.
Writer Jason Henderson reveals what's in store for "Ben 10" as he launches the new IDW/Cartoon Network ongoing comic series.
Only the villainy of Dr. Light could stand in the way of Robin, Cyborg and Beast Boy's bro-cation on the next episode of "Teen Titans Go!"
CBR presents an exclusive first look at creator Genndy Tartakovsky's variant cover for IDW's "Samurai Jack" #5.
"MAD" head writer Kevin Shinick looks back at the four seasons of the animated series in anticipation of the soon-to-debut 100th Episode.
Robin challenges his fellow heroes to go power-free for 24 hours on Cartoon Network and DC Nation's next all-new "Teen Titans Go!"
Mordecai and Rigby are facing big trouble in this exclusive preview of KaBOOM!'s "Regular Show" #5.
Beast Boy and Cyborg take a long look at the future and don't like what they see on the next "Teen Titans Go!"
In a move frustratingly familiar to DC Nation fans, Cartoon Network has abruptly and completely removed "Beware the Batman" from its line-up.
Robin and Cyborg head down a dark path when they combine powers and technology to bust the perfect Power Move on "Teen Titans Go!"
"Adventure Time" creator Pendleton Ward brought John DiMaggio, Jeremy Shada, and more to answer questions from a theater full of fans.
Supervising Director David Filoni has confirmed by the final episodes of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "including one of Master Yoda's most challenging missions," will indeed be released next year.
Cartoon NEtwork has released new video and images from upcoming episodes of Teen Titans Go! and Proffesor Pyg's return on "Beware the Batman." Plus, a new Metal Men short!
Cartoon NEtworkhas released video and images form upcoming all-new episodes of "Teen Titans Go!" and "Beware the Batman" featuring Lady Shiva, Anarky and the power of reading.
"Southland" actor Anthony Ruivivar stars as Bruce Wayne & Batman on Cartoon Network's "Beware the Batman" and he spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con International 2013 about landing the coveted role.
The cast of Adult Swim's "NTSF:SD:SUV" spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE at the premiere of this week's half-hour "movie event," which finds the team heading off to London.
Batcow's origin is revealed, Robin feels under-appreciated and Batman and Lieutenant Gordon learn to work together in the latest batch of images and video clips from Cartoon Network's DC Nation.
Katana finally dons her mask on "Beware the Batman while the various aspects of Raven's personality manifest physically in a new set of clips and images from upcoming DC Nation episodes.
Cartoon Network has released new video and stills from upcoming DC Nation episodes of "Beware the Batman" and "Teen TItans Go!" along with a clip from an all-new Plastic Man short.
Cartoon Network has released its latest batch of clips and images from the next new DC Nation episode of "Teen Titans Go!" plus the next DC Nation Short starring the Metal Men.
Cartoon Network has released a clip and stills from the Doom Patrol's DC Nation debut, along with a tease of what to expect when you combine "Teen Titans Go!" with the world of competitive dodgeball.
Writer/artist Troy Little discusses his upcoming IDW "Powerpuff Girls" mini-series, revealing the set-up for the series, how this comic pulled him away from a career in animation and more.
Cartoon Network's "Samurai Jack" in a new series from IDW and writer Jim Zub reveals details about his first story, how he pitched it, assesses the success of his "Skullkickers" #1 strategy and more.
Cartoon Network has released its latest batch of clips and images from upcoming DC Nation episodes of "Beware the Batman" and "Teen Titans Go!" plus the newest DC Nation Short starring the Metal Men.
The actors and producers of "Beware the Batman" discussed the show's approach to the legend of the Dark Knight, its emphasis on relatively obscure villains and teased their plans for Barbara Gordon.