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As the Season 2 premiere of Our Cartoon President is just days away from its debut, fans are on their toes about what kind of wonderful satire they’ll be able to see in the new season. With such an overly charged political climate, there’s no telling who or what will be thrown into the upcoming episodes a center for parody. Until the release of the newest episode on May 12th at 8pm(EST) on Showtime, fans can rejoice:
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I’m sure this article will go over well with everyone…
Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, Al Jean, Yeardley Smith, Matt Selman, and Harry Shearer all on one stage!
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There goes our hero.
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Futurama is celebrating it’s 20th Anniversary (March 28th, 1999) and we decided to give you guys a sneak peek of our upcoming untitled book about the history of adult animation. This is our chapter for Futurama which will be included in the hard copy release coming soon to a store near you! From “30th Century FOX” comes a story about a punk kid stumbling into a hyperbaric chamber that then freezes him solid for a 1000 years and wake up in a time where we have spaceships,talking robots, and one surviving can of sardines.
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