Adventure Time: The Complete Series Arrives In May

Disc Announcements, News

There’s still a tinge of shock that Adventure Time ended. The tales of Jack and Finn were extremely addictive to both kids and grown ups. Luckily you can have all the episodes at home with the DVD boxset of Adventure Time: The Complete Series. You can watch the fun once more or share with your latest kid that’s finally old enough to watch and appreciate the show. The boxset and other goodies will start arriving on May 3, 2019. Here’s the press kit from Cartoon Network:

The Land of Ooo from the Very Beginning:
Every Episode.
All the Adventures.
Your Favorite Songs.


The adventures of Finn & Jake will forever live on with Adventure Time: The Complete Series DVD box set and a soundtrack box set, sold separately.

From visionary creator Pendleton Ward, Adventure Time: The Complete Series 22-disc DVD collection, available April 30, includes all 238 captivating episodes from the Emmy-Award winning series. The Enchiridion collectible packaging will feature an immersive 25-page storybook, including a centerpiece pop-up with custom illustrations showcasing all the beloved characters. The collector’s box set will also include an all-new bonus disc enabling fans to immerse themselves in hours of exclusive special features.

Shmow-zow! The Ultimate Soundtrack Box Set
Fans can transport themselves back to any episode and sing along with over 160 songs spanning the entire series. Available May 3 for digital download & streaming on all major platforms, this must-have box set will include “Bacon Pancakes,” fan-favorite “My Best Friends in the World,” and more!

Additionally, a multi-format physical box set with custom illustration, in partnership with Mondo, will include vinyl, CD, and cassette and be available for pre-order starting May 3, 2019.
As an homage to a generation who came of age in the Land of Ooo, Cartoon Network is celebrating with a one-of-a-kind, fan-generated music video for the iconic theme song, “Come Along With Me.”

Created in collaboration with The Art of Elysium, a non-profit artist organization built on the idea that through service, art becomes a catalyst for social change. This unique art project encouraged youth and teens to use their own individual artistic creativity to animate over 1200 different cells. Each piece of animation was then joined together to create the video, perfectly commemorating ten amazing seasons of this groundbreaking show.
Exclusive DVD Special Features

“Sonic Sounds from Ooo” – A 13-minute featurette about the composers and iconic music from the series
“Farewell Tour” – A comprehensive retrospective with those who created some of the most unforgettable moments of the series including executive producer and showrunner Adam Muto; voice of Finn, Jeremy Shada; voice of Marceline the Vampire, Olivia Olson; Summer Camp Island creator, Julia Pott; Over the Garden Wall creator, Patrick McHale; The New York Times bestselling author and Steven Universe creator, Rebecca Sugar; OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes creator, Ian Jones-Quartey and more.
Music Videos – See visual imagery of popular songs, live performances from the cast and friends of the series at San Diego Comic Con and more!
“Diamonds and Lemons” Minecraft Episode
Special features from previous releases
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For more information about Art of Elysium, go here.

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About The Art of Elysium
The Art of Elysium was founded in 1997 to support artists working for the benefit of others. For over twenty years, we’ve paired volunteer artists with communities in Los Angeles to support individuals in the midst of difficult emotional life challenges like illness, hospitalization, displacement, confinement, and/or crisis. We serve medically fragile children, teens, adults, seniors, those dealing with social, emotional and mental health issues, and the homeless.

Our team members at The Art of Elysium work with volunteer artists to craft creative tailor-made programs for the populations we serve. We currently offer 120 community programs a month, serving over 30,000 individuals a year. Volunteer artist are then eligible for support services, ranging from artist salons and networking events to showcases and distribution opportunities. We currently serve 2,028 artists a year in Los Angeles.

About Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network is Turner’s global entertainment brand and the #1 animation network in the U.S., offering the best in original content for kids and families with such hits as, Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls, Steven Universe, We Bare Bears and The Amazing World of Gumball. Seen in 192 countries and over 400 million homes, Cartoon Network is known for being a leader in innovation with its approach to engaging and inspiring kids at the intersection of creativity and technology. Its pro-social initiative, Stop Bullying: Speak Up is an acknowledged and often used resource for kids and adults looking for tools that can assist in dealing with the ongoing issue of bullying.

Cartoon Network is part of Turner, a WarnerMedia company, a global entertainment, sports and news company that creates premium content and delivers exceptional experiences to fans whenever and wherever they consume content. These efforts are fueled by data-driven insights and industry-leading technology. Turner owns and operates some of the most valuable brands in the world, including Adult Swim, Bleacher Report, Boomerang, Cartoon Network, CNN, ELEAGUE, Great Big Story, HLN, iStreamPlanet, TBS, Turner Classic Movies (TCM), TNT, truTV and Turner Sports.

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