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"Frost& Fire" is the thirtieth episode in the fifth season of Adventure Time. It is the one...
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Adventure Time, Frost & Fire Long Preview HD. Flame Princess And Ice King's first encounter with each other. Flame Princess and Ice King battle, causing Finn to have an exciting dream.2] Characters: Finn, Jake, Magic Man, Snail. Adventure Time (formerly known as Adventure Time with Finn and Jake) is an American animated television series created by Pendleton Ward and produced by Frederator Studios. The show is based on an original animated short titled "Adventure Time," which aired on Frederator's Random! Cartoons show and won an Annie Award for the Best Animated Short Subject of 2,009. The series is about a boy named Finn and a twenty-eight year-old, magical dog named Jake who encounter many strange adventures in the Land of Ooo. In 2,010, Cartoon Network picked up the series, and it premiered with "sneak peeks" on March 11 and 18, 2,010 followed by the official series premiere on April 5, 2,010. This series is rated TV-PG, with a few re-rated episodes. Original pitchEdit According to a Frederator blog post, Adventure Time was first pitched as a series to Nicktoons Network, which airs most of Frederator Studios' other shows, but they passed on it twice. Pendleton Ward (with help from Patrick McHale and Adam Muto) then pitched the show to Cartoon Network with an early storyboard for "The Enchiridion!," showing that the premise could be expanded from a seven minute short into a full series while maintaining the elements that made it successful: funny catchphrases and dances, an awkward kiss moment with the princess, and an "Abe Lincoln moment." (Enchiridion storyboard 1.0) Cartoon Network green-lit the first season in September 2,008, aiming to premiere it by Christmas 2,009, although this was later pushed to 2,010. "The Enchiridion!" would become the first produced episode, but "Slumber Party Panic," which was aired on April 5, 2,010, is considered the first episode.Development of world and styleEdit Finn and Jake Series creator Pendleton Ward has stated that the artistic style is influenced by his time at CalArts and later working as a storyboard artist on The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. He tries to include "beautiful" moments like those in Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro, but miserably failed. Then he tried some subversive humor, inspired by series like The Simpsons and Pee-wee's Playhouse. Executive producer Fred Seibert compares the show's animation style to that of Felix the Cat and the Max Fleischer cartoons but says its world is also equally inspired by Dungeons and Dragons and video games. Ward intends the show's world to have a certain physical logic instead of "cartoony slapstick"—even though magic exists in the story, the show's writers try to create an internal consistency in how the characters interact with the world. Development of charactersEdit Ward describes the character Finn as a "fiery little kid" with strong morals, while Jake is based on Bill Murray's character in the movie Meatballs, as a laid back twenty-something who usually jokes around, but occasionally gives good advice. Main article: List of episodes Season one of the series ran from April 5, 2,010 to September 27, 2,010. After the premiere episode drew strong TV ratings, earning the number one spot in many kids demographics, Cartoon Network renewed the show for a second season of 13 half-hours (26 episodes). It was renewed for a third season of 26 episodes.Season two ran from October 11, 2,010 to May 9, 2,011; Season three from July 11, 2,011 to February 13, 2,012; and Season four from April 2, 2,012 to October 22, 2,012. Season five began airing on November 12, 2,012. Voice actors of main characters Edit Jeremy Shada as Finn John DiMaggio as Jake Hynden Walch (series) & Isabella Acres ("Mortal Recoil" and "Too Young") as Princess Bubblegum Niki Yang as BMO/Lady Rainicorn Tom Kenny as Ice King/others Olivia Olson as Marceline Pendleton Ward as Lumpy Space Princess/othersJake (voiced by John DiMaggio), a dog with magical powers to change shape and grow and shrink at will. Finn and Jake live in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo. Along the way, they interact with the other main characters of the show: Princess Bubblegum (voiced by Hynden Walch), The Ice King (voiced by Tom Kenny), and Marceline the Vampire Queen (voiced by Olivia Olson). The series follows the adventures of Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada), a human boy. Adventure Time has also been nominated for five Annie Awards, four Primetime Emmy Awards, and many others as well. AT!!!
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