The Complete First Season Official Synopsis: What time is it? It's time for Adventure Time! Cartoon Network's #1 hit comedy show and Emmy-nominated series centers on the post apocalyptic adventures of Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada), a human boy with a funny hat, and his friend Jake (John DiMaggio), a magic and mischievous dog. The Blu-ray includes all 26 episodes from Season 1 and tons of special features by Ward. The first season also comes packaged with a collectible slipcover and is a must have for any Adventure Time fan.
The Complete Second Season Official Synopsis: It's one crazy adventure after another for human boy, Finn, and his best friend, Jake, a 28-year old dog with magical powers. They're out to have the most fun possible and they sure do find it exploring the Land of Ooo! Whether it's saving Princess Bubblegum (Hynden Walch), battling zombie candy, taunting the Ice King (Tom Kenny) or rocking out with Marceline the Vampire Queen (Olivia Olson), with Finn & Jake it's always Adventure Time.
Technical specifications have yet to be detailed. Special features available on both The Complete First Season and The Complete Second Season include:
Hate to be one of those trolls, but I can't pass up the chance to say how AWFUL this show is. Believe it or not there was a time when Cartoon Network's programming wasn't based on Hot Topic sales. I remember Ed, Edd, and Eddy, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Dexter's Laboratory, and Johnny Bravo, these were shows that took effort to create not just copying whatever Internet lingo is popular.
Great news I agree with vader4 that the shows during the cartoon network "golden era" were incredible but stop being a sour puss lol Adventure Time isn't based on popular internet lingo and hot topic. It's extremely imaginitive, surreal, fun and has really witty dialogue that teaches kids the importance of friendship and amuses teens and adults alike. Not many shows can boast that. It's probably the best "kids" cartoon to come along in a long time.
Algebraic! I'm buying two copies of each on Day one! One for myself, and one for GF's family. We ALL LOVE this show! Even at work, my lanyard with nametag is of Adventure Time with AT pins, too. FINALLY!!!! Bring on the rest of the seasons in that sweet, sweet HD!
How did this mindless rubbish get a Blu-Ray release? we rarely get any cartoon series from Warner Bros released on Blu-Ray and they choose this series! People are frequently complaining how their good series (i.e. DC animated series, Thundercats) never get Blu-ray releases.
@Danielle Ni Dhighe SPOT ON!
So many whiney snobs here. Obviously there are plenty of great shows animated and live-action which desperately need a blu-ray release but stop acting like it's so hard to believe Adventure Time is getting a blu release. It's enormously popular amongst adults mostly and is indeed an emmy award winning show that continues to grow in popularity several seasons later. It makes sense.
The main other animated show's I want on blu-ray are Batman: The Animated Series & Paranoia Agent
Boothill Gunslinger is apparently a surly teenager going through the "darkness is cool" phase. The main clue is he still uses phrases like "baby's show" to prove his maturity. Oh, also his user name is "Boothill Gunslinger."
I'm 31 and can honestly say this is a brilliant show. On the surface, it seems kind of retarded, designed for today's prescription-medicated tweener. But there is a lot of depth and substance if you let yourself sink into the show. It mixes gamer sensibilities with a twist cynicism and psychadelics. I've only watched a handful of episodes, but even as an adult, this show always caught my attention. It's brilliant.
@Danielle Ni Dhighe,deepbreathsanddeath:
I don't think you understand, this is the first recent cartoon series for children from Cartoon Network/Warner Bros to actually get a Blu-Ray release. The last Blu-Ray release of a cartoon series was Justice League (Season 2) back in July 2011. So out of their complete catalogue of HD cartoon series (around 2001 onwards), they choose Adventure Time for their next Blu-Ray releases, which many wouldn't agree with.
Only Adult Swim, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and their various DTVs get regular Blu-Ray releases, which are aimed at different markets.
Never got a chance to watch much of this show but if it is anything like the marvelous misadventures of flapjack, then I'm in..which reminds me, will they ever release marvelous misadventures of flapjack on Dvd or Bd?! :[
Edit: Okay, I was out of line. But honestly Boothill, why do you have to hate on this so much? If it's not for you, why not just say that? why go into details about how we, fans of this show, are 4 to 9 years old? why do you go ahead and INSULT us?
Oh you guys, just bashing this show you've clearly never watched. Be glad that even if you don't like this show, this could mean more Blu-rays from Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, then animated series from other channels will follow suit.
>this could mean more Blu-rays from Cartoon Network/Adult Swim
Doubtful. Adventure Time has an adult fanbase that most children's shows don't have, and CN knows that. This could mean, maybe, Blu rays for Regular Show, as well, but it means nothing for most kid shows.
Day one purchase for me. This show and Regular Show are the only things on CN that are worth watching.
And why the hate for this show? Me and my little boy love this. I guess in order to like this show you have to kind of be a nerd/gamer or a child at heart. Either way it'll be on Netflix streaming March 30 along with some other good shows.
Beginning March 30, 2013, complete past seasons of such great Cartoon Network shows as Adventure Time, Ben 10, Regular Show, Johnny Bravo, Warner Bros. Animation's Green Lantern will become available on the popular "Just for Kids" section of the world's leading Internet TV subscription service.
At the same time, Adult Swim shows, such as Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Sony Pictures Television's The Boondocks and the Emmy®-winning Childrens Hospital from WBTVG's Studio 2.0, will be made available.
I'm so excited to see that this is getting a Blu-ray release! It's the only show on Cartoon Network (that isn't a repeat) that makes me feel like a kid again. I wish the packaging was a little more playful like the DVD release's is though. It's still early, so maybe it will come with a playful slipcover?
On another Cartoon Network related note: apparently all of the seasons of The Powerpuff Girls will be getting released on Blu-ray soon!