This week in the world of cartoons, young Jedis learn to make lightsabers on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes returns, the Ninja Turtles play with monkey brains, and we get the season finale of Transformers: Prime!
Adventure Time is off for a couple of weeks, while DC Nation continues it's unusually timed hiatus. As always - minor spoilers ahead!
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes – "Live Kree or Die"
Continuing the celestial odyssey from last episode, Captain Marvel accompanies the Avengers as the group crash lands on the Kree homeworld. The Avengers are captured by the Supreme Intelligence in this episode, with Captain Marvel going solo to rescue them.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars– " The Gathering "
Yoda and Ahsoka teach a band of younglings the steps to buildings their own lightsabers in this episode. The first step - find the correct crystal.
The Gathering takes the younglings to a cave on Ilium for this important first step. This is the first episode of a new four part storyline, one that appears radically different than the last.
Regular Show – " 150-Piece Kit"
The band Hair to the Throne is playing at the park, a vicious mix of a glam band and Metallica. Benson claims he performed the amazing drum solo on their first album, but is he telling the truth?
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles– " Monkey Brains "
Donatello and April O'Neil go on a date in this episode. Really, I'm not lying here. Check the clip. Along the way they are attacked by a giant monkey with psychic powers.
Transformers: Prime– " Darkest Hour"
Some things just go together - peanut butter and chocolate, election years and anxiety, Batman and Robin, Megatron and the space bridge. In the finale to season 2 of Transformers: Prime, Megatron is once again trying to open the space bridge. Will he succeed this time?
Top image courtesy of Lucasfilm and Cartoon Network. Regular Show air Monday Nights on Cartoon Network. Transformers: Prime airs Friday nights on The Hub, while Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes airs Sunday mornings on Disney XD. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles airs Saturdays on Nickelodeon and Clone Wars airs Saturday mornings on Cartoon Network.