Adventure Time


Our favorite Adventure Time robot companion has come to life thanks to 3D print designer Mike Barretta. This quasi Game Boy/Mac box is actually a working SNES emulator that plays games like Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda and Doom. Just don’t ask m’lady for help with your home work.

BMO was built using 3D printed pieces, a Raspberry Pi Model A+, 3.5″ TFT, a pair of 0.5W speakers, 2200mAh battery, and SNES buttons. Although the limbs have been left out of this project, the fact that you can actually turn on and play games with your Beemo totally makes up for it.

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Oh my glob! Warner Bros. has announced that they’ll be developing Adventure Time into a feature-length animated film produced by The LEGO Movie‘s producers Chris McKay and Roy Lee. Pendleton Ward will be involved with the writing as well as producing.

Let’s just hope that they keep things mathematical and avoid CGI or (shudder) live action.

What do you think?

(Deadline via io9)


These fantastic renderings imagine an Adventure Time/”Batman mashup done as 3D figures. Artist Volatile-Vertex came up with the idea to celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary and Bat-Finn has never looked better. In addition to Finn as Batman, there’s Jake as a gargoyle, Princess Bubblegum as Batgirl, the Ice King as Mr. Freeze, Gunter as the Penguin, King Worm as the Mad Hatter, and BMO as Alfred. Maybe we’ll get lucky and they’ll actually make these figures because they’re simply perfect.

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Cinesaurus’ Robert Bojorquez sent this tip over to us, so I’m going to use his explanation because he’d know best how to explain the newest Gritty Reboot, Adventure Time: The Movie.

With the sixth season of Adventure Time coming out, we felt like it was only right to help build out what “six seasons and a movie” would look like for a live-action Adventure Time.

Our story picks up with magic fading away in the Land of Ooo and its familiar friends dying out as the world returns to “normal.” Finn and Jake must embark on their final adventure to save the world before it crumbles.

Think Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road,” but in the fantastical Adventure Time world.

Yeah, it piqued my curiosity, too.

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Oh my glob, tell the pups in your life to get excited because Adventure Time toys could be in their future. You can get them a Peppermint Butler chew toy, a Lumpy Space Princess rubber and rope chew toy, and even scoop up their poop with a BMO bag dispenser. Plus you can get Adventure Time scented bags to refill the dispenser. I don’t know what that scent is but I’m intrigued.

Pre-order now to receive product in November 2014.

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Adventure Time fans, you are going to want all of these posters to decorate your walls. They’re the work of Joe Hogan and Mike Vasquez who’ve taken on everything from Star Wars to Game of Thrones to the Disney princesses. Each has been redone with Adventure Time characters in the style of the animated series and they’re amazing.

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Oh my glob, this is the best chair restoration ever. Redditor reallylovely spotted a beat up chair at an antique shop and immediately saw an opportunity to turn the back of it into Finn from Adventure Time. She did an incredible job and explained the process:

I cleaned, sanded, primed then painted the design with acrylics. I also added a few coats of glow-in-the-dark paint to his hood and his socks. Then I sealed it about four times. For the seat, I used felt, and hand-embroidered the details of Jake’s face. For the dream bubble, I used a small piece of Adventure Time printed fabric which I bought online. After this photo was taken, I added a clear plastic layer to the seat to protect the design and allow it to actually be used as a chair (but I mostly made it as art).

She got the chair for only $20 and says she’d accept a considerable amount of money for the finished product. I’m guessing someone is going to give it to her.

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This glorious mashup between Game of Thrones and Adventure Time is the combined effort of Joe Hogan and Mike Vasquez. The characters look just fantastic with Finn making for an absolutely fierce Jon Snow.

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This mashup art featuring the characters of Doctor Who in the style of Adventure Time is the work of cartoonist Alex Dempsey. He calls it Adventure Time and Space! and it kind of makes us wish this was an actual cartoon. Speaking to io9, Dempsey said:

“I’ve always loved crossovers where there’s a link between the two pieces of media. I find it justifies the crossover and gives them a reason to be thrown together. In [the case of Adventure Time and Space!], it was the link between the term ‘An Adventure in Time and Space’ and the Title ‘Adventure Time’ and putting the two shows together seemed to work perfectly.”

There’s also a second series called The Doctor Dances that is even more adorable.

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Love tiny things? Me too! Artist Cameron Garland is exceptionally skilled with both miniatures and papercraft, and he combined his talents to make itty bitty props from Legend of Zelda, Adventure Time, and Sailor Moon. From Link’s shield to the Sailor Scout lockets to Marceline’s axe guitar – he’s made a little bit of everything on a small scale. He displays his work in a shadowbox, and I wish they were all for sale.

Check out more of Garland’s paper miniatures after the break.

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