On this edition of “Should I Toon In” we take a look at a show I’ve been meaning to review for MONTHS now; Cartoon Network’s not so new anymore show, “Adventure Time with Finn and Jake”. Adventure Time is a 15 minute cartoon show that revolves around the awesomely surreal adventures of a young boy Finn and his magical dog Jake. Don’t worry, the show isn’t nearly as cheesy as it sounds.
Today on Should I Toon In I take a look at Fox Sunday Night’s newest cartoon: Bob’s Burgers. This show is self described as a “man, his family and their floundering burger joint” and it does deliver what it promises. The show revolves around Bob, the cook and owner of a small hamburger joint, and his quirky family. By the way, if you came here expecting me to make a bunch of hamburger related puns… you’ve come to the right place, but they’ll come later.
Today on “Should I Toon In?” I take a look at a show that’s been around for a couple of months that I’ve only just gotten around to watching even though I had about 8 saved on my DVR. Today’s show is yet another Hub original, “Dan Vs”. A strange comedy about the misadventures of Dan, a miserable, angry, vindictive, sarcastic, manipulative, paranoid, rude, devious, short tempered, Machiavellian jerk who cares about no one but himself. He lives alone his ratty and disgusting apartment and has really only one friend and he probably doesn’t even want that many.
Today in “Should I Toon In?” I take a look at Young Justice. In case you haven’t heard of it, Young Justice is a relatively new show on Cartoon Network taking a look at the next generation of Heroes based off the Justice League. While you will see such favorites like Superman, Batman, Green Arrow, etc, as cameos the show primarily focuses on the younger stars such as Robin and Kid Flash. The sidekicks if you will, though don’t call them that, they’ll get all huffy on you.
Starting March 14, 2011, Nickelodeon will go back into the studios to produce new episodes for classic cartoons such as: Rocket Power, Doug, Rugrats, Hey Arnold, the Angry Beavers, and many more. More →