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Voice Of Zorak, Clay Martin Croker, Dies Age 54


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Beloved voice actor, Clay Martin Croker, has died aged 54. Best known as the voice of both Zorak and Moltar on Cartoon Network programme 'Space Ghost Coast To Coast', the star laid the foundations for what would end up being the popular alternative network 'Adult Swim'. 

The news was reported by rapper MC Chris and Adult Swim creative director Jason DeMarco. Details on the reason for Croker's death remain unknown but it was seemingly a shock to both Chris and DeMarco; Chris spoke of the "sudden" nature of the event, while DeMarco described his passing as "unbelievable".

Warner Bros. Set To Turn Cartoon Network's 'Adventure Time' Into A Movie


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Adventure Time is being made into an animated feature film. The hugely popular Cartoon Network show is currently being developed by Warner Bros. The news comes after years of speculation about the possibility of adapting the series for the big screen but the project has officially been confirmed, according to Deadline. Details remain sketchy but the show's creator Pendleton Ward is rumoured to be involved in the project and the producers' names have been revealed.

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John Di Maggio provides the voice for Jake the Dog.

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Bubbles, Blossom, Buttercup! Everything You Need To Know About The 'Powerpuff Girls'


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From 1998 to 2005, the ‘Powerpuff Girls’ were the Cartoon Network’s diminutive superheroes, who dished out plenty of wide eyed punishment to unsuspecting villains in Townsville. Now the series is set to return to the station in 2016, rebooted for a whole new generation. But if you’re unfamiliar with Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup, or if you’d just forgotten about them (how?) here’s a brief history of the littlest ass kickers in town.

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The ‘Powerpuff Girls’ first kapow-ed their way on to the Cartoon Network in 1995 as part of their ‘World Premiere Toons series’. The show was created by Craig McCracken, who had first conceived the characters years earlier while studying at the California Insittue of the Arts. McCracken had produced a short entitled 'Whoopass Stew', starring the crime fighting Whoopass Girls, which he’d submitted to the Cartoon Network. The station loved the concept but felt the name was a little inappropriate for younger viewers. Thus the Whoopass Girls became the 'Powerpuff Girls'.

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Colin Kaepernick - Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards Los Angeles California United States Saturday 9th February 2013

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