They’re cute, they’re naive and they’re our first and last line of defense against rampaging supervillains, invading Kaiju and the occasional cosmic catastrophe brushing past the planet. Since their 1998 debut, Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles have been Cartoon Network‘s most lasting franchises, earning them 2.5 billion dollaridoos in merchandise alone.Which is why the channel decided to plan a a bombastic comeback…



Where to even begin with Rick And Morty? What began as an inside joke between animators grew into a pitch-black parody of Doctor Who, filled to the gills with trans-dimensional adventures, ridonculous super-science and naked nihilism. It was only natural that nerds everywhere loved it and we were willing to settle for the promise of a new season sometime around 2017, until Dan Harmon went ahead and ruined everything by ramming his face into the hype-train’s controls and make it launch out of its tracks and into orbit at full speed with his latests statement…



Although the acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney had a great many benefits, one of the loses was the annual Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Created in 2002, the awards were a way for George Lucas to give back to the fans who loved his works so much so made some Star Wars of their own, but it seemed that the Disney takeover of the Star Wars brand had put an end to, what Disney’s lawyers would have surely called it, the “free ride.” But in 2015, the Fan Film Awards came back, and for the second year in a row, under Disney anyway, submissions are now open for this year’s contestants. Is the Force with you, fan filmmaker? (more…)