The Smurfs 2 trailer is out, and, as expected, it looks horrible. There's the creepy Gargamel (who has been trapped in New York City since the last movie), Smurf-essence and now little albino versions of the Smurfs called The Naughties.
This week in the world of cartoons, a familiar face appears on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a new character debuts on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and we've got a couple of holiday-themed clips for you as well.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic draws on everything from the musicals of Stephen Sondheim to Lord of the Rings. But is their a classic philosophical touch to the social structure of pony-filled land of Equestria?
Please ignore the odd, awkward intro (and ending) to this otherwise mind-blisteringly awesome version of the '90s X-Men cartoon, done with Marvel Legends action figures, a terrifying amount of work, and some serious skills.
A few days ago, we posted a few concept art pieces from the unmade fourth '90s live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, revealing a fifth turtle named after Jack Kirby and an evil April so busty she looks ready to tip over.
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