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The Big Three Join Streaming Wars

For an entire generation of kids, the Big Three of animation were the ones who made the best cartoons on TV. As a result, the news of the trio joining the streaming wars was big news on social media. As a fan of shows made by all three of these entities, I couldn’t resist giving my two cents. So, I’ll be giving my thoughts and opinions on each company, their streaming service, and how I think they’ll do.

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Billy and Mandy’s Jacked Up Halloween

For my penultimate pick for my first ever month of screams, I chose a show that’s perfect for Halloween. It’s Cartoon Network’s 2000’s classic, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. If you didn’t know, its about two kids, the idiotic Billy and the cynically terrifying Mandy, who win the friendship of the Grim Reaper in a game. The show followed the trio’s supernatural misadventures, and it was a mega-hit for the channel. Of course, it helped that Richard Horvitz and Grey DeLisle voiced the main characters. As a result of its themes, this show’s perfect for Halloween, and Billy and Mandy’s Jacked Up Halloween delivered!

The Eds Big Boo Haw Haw

Pack your trick or treat bags and be ready for a trip in Ed Edd n’ Eddy’s Boo Haw Haw. When Ed watches a marathon of horror films for Halloween, he starts seeing monsters everywhere out to get him and his friends. Eddy, meanwhile, is too focused on finding this neighborhood that supposedly gives out a ton of candy.

Steven Universe Future: The Final Season

I really wish I could have gone to New York Comic Con this year, but between the cost and the travel time, it wasn’t in the cards. That’s not stopping from talking about the biggest news to come out of the NYCC. For Steven Universe fans, we have news on the final season of the show, Steven Universe Future

Steven Universe: The Broadway Musical

I’ve seen a few cartoons get the musical treatment in the past. Shoot, Spongebob Squarepants got a Broadway musical, and I didn’t even know! Of all the cartoons I’ve seen, though, I don’t think any would be better suited for Broadway than Steven Universe. Steven Universe: The Movie convinced me of tha.

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