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I haven’t posted a blog post about Adventure Time in a long time, and by a long time, I mean since the creation of this blog. From the “What Time Is It?!” post, I have to say that my thoughts on the show have changed since then. The first season of Adventure Time was decent. Had a mixture of great episodes, good episodes, not-so-good episodes, and bad episodes. I hoped season two could be better and currently in 2011, it is! I watched “The Limit” last Monday on Cartoon Network and since this blog has been lacking articles lately, I thought it would be nice to share my thoughts on the episode. So welcome to my review of Adventure Time’s newest episode, “The Limit”.



Transformers has grown to become a successful franchise. The live-action adaptation, Transformers, made tons of money in the box office. The cartoons have been eye candy for the kids. From The Transformers(Transformers: Generation 1) to now, the franchise has gained a large audience each day. My history with the Transformers franchise is not much. In fact, the only time I watched something Transformers-related was when the live-action movie came out in 2007. I didn’t watch it because I was a die-hard fan, but I watched it because I knew what Transformers was and I loved cartoon to live-action adaptations. The movie was great, the cast did a good job acting, and Peter Cullen was fantastic as always. I wanted to know more about the Autobots and Decepticons, so I started watching Transformers: Animated. It was a great show. After watching a few episodes I had to give up. At that time, I didn’t know where to watch episodes from Generation 1.


Unnatural History is History

Posted: November 26, 2010 by toonfaithful in Animation, Animation Editorials, Authors, ToonFaithful

Unnatural History has been cancelled. You’re probably celebrating the fate of the show. Being happy Cartoon Network’s first live-action 1 hour drama series has not been picked up for a second season and hoping no more live-action will air on the channel. If I hadn’t experience Unnatural History back in June, I would be partying but since I’ve seen it, I feel sad for the crew and the show. Unnatural History was a great show. This was the first time I actually enjoyed a live-action series on Cartoon Network. From the moment I started watching it, I knew it would become one of my favorites.


ToonFaithful’s Anime Picks

Posted: October 1, 2010 by toonfaithful in Animation, Animation Editorials, ToonFaithful

Hello, everyone!  This is ToonFaithful and today is Day 5 of “Anime Week”. I would like to share to everyone my anime picks. There will be three, only three anime titles I will present to you. Let me remind to you that I am not a die hard anime fan, however, I will try my best to introduce you to the Japanese animation world. Lets start October with a bang, shall we?


The Scientist and the Sackboy

Posted: September 13, 2010 by toonfaithful in Animation, Animation Editorials, ToonFaithful, Video Games

Today I’d like to talk about one of my favorite games, Little Big Planet and the 2009 movie, 9. Expect this to be about characters you might not know but that’s why we have blogs ya’ know. Let me tell you about Little Big Planet. Little Big Planet is a puzzle platforming game for the Playstation 3 created by Media Molecule and revolves around the player’s control of a small character, known as a Sackboy or Sackgirl. Media Molecule already have pre-built levels for you to explore in story mode, you can also create levels and costumes for your Sackboy/Sackgirl. The game is all about creativity, platforming, and is pretty much combined into a tagline: “Play. Create. Share”. Long time, no see everyone. This is ToonFaithful on “The Scientist and the Sackboy”.


It wasn’t until the Cartoon Network Upfront that I was satisfied with this show. I don’t know a lot of the DC Universe but this show looks amazing. Seriously, I wouldn’t watch this on my standard TV, I’d watch it on a HDTV. With the designs in this show, you have to. Hello guys, ToonFaithful here giving you my thoughts on Cartoon Network’s upcoming show, Young Justice.


My Thoughts So Far: MAD

Posted: August 6, 2010 by toonfaithful in Animation, Animation Reviews, Authors, ToonFaithful

In 1952, MAD was an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines. In 1995, MAD became a sketch comedy TV series called MADtv. In 2010, MAD was announced to become a cartoon series to air in September on Cartoon Network. Who knew until that anonymous day that MAD would be a cartoon? For those who fantasized it, this is a dream come true. Hello ladies and gentlemen, ToonFaithful here and I want to give you my thoughts about a brand spanking new cartoon called MAD.