Happy Birthday, Sam!
As of yesterday, Sam Lavagnino is now part of the double-digits club as our favorite 9-year-old is now our favorite 10-year-old. Sam, we hope you’re enjoying middle age. We’re looking forward to working with you again real soon.
It Boggles the Mind!
Let’s have a big round of applause for our erstwhile Bravest Warriors supreme commander, Breehn Burns. He and Steve Niles are finally seeing their twelve-year-old Aleister Arcane turned into a live-action feature, thanks to Jim Carrey and Eli Roth. Here’s more from Bleeding Cool.
Which way to the beach?
Here’s to the first day of Summer.
And we’re not coming out of the pool till school starts.
Announcing a new home for Cartoon Hangover.
Thanks to the folks at Ellation, Cartoon Hangover will later this year be part of a brand new subscription service called VRV (you pronounce it “verve”). As you can imagine, we’re pretty well stoked.
In a nutshell, VRV will be a collection of channels including Cartoon Hangover, Rooster Teeth, Crunchyroll, Geek & Sundry, Nerdist, Seeso, and more. Subscribers can pay for the whole shebang or smaller packages of different channel combinations. Individual options will also be available. No prices are announced, yet. VRV will be available on your mobile devices as well as on the usual TV platforms, including Microsoft’s Xbox One.
Does this mean what you think it means? Well, we’re not sure what you think it means, but we are confirming Cartoon Hangover on VRV will be your destination for episodes of Bravest Warriors and Bee and PuppyCat. Expect new shows, too, from Frederator Studios and other top-notch producers. Talk about burying the lede!
There’s more information to come, but to read more on VRV, go here:
Art by Natasha Allegri
Hey, Pretty Patrick, what are we making for Origamonday?
*Not to be confused with Mon-Kiri-Day.