Cartoon Network’s whacky Regular Show begins to arrive on Blu-ray packed with audio commentaries and with a fine high definition presentation.
The second season of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time expands the universe of eccentric characters and weird worlds for Finn and Jake, and it makes it even more crazy fun.
The first season of the hit Cartoon Network series Adventure Time finally arrives on Blu-ray with a pristine high definition transfer.
Robot Chicken: Season Five hits Blu-ray with 20 episodes of typically crude pop culture parody and a heavy dose of extras in tow.
With this being the first Robot Chicken: Star Wars I had the opportunity to watch, I had high hopes of being thoroughly amused. Those hopes were immediately dashed, and I found Robot Chicken: Star Wars III to be dull, despite some often clever stop-motion animation.
Adult Swim’s The Venture Bros. ratchets up the lampooning of 1960′s action cartoons in its fourth season arriving in a solid 1080p VC-1 transfer from Warner.
Cartoon Network’s Firebreather is a letdown in this Blu-ray transfer, but the action-packed feature and great sound help rescue the release.