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Adventure Time’s epic finale

Adventure Time, one of Cartoon Network’s most popular shows over the past 8 years, is staging an epic September for fans in the Philippines.

Adventure Time’s epic finale
 ‘Adventure Time’ revolves around the surreal and magical journey of a 12-year-old boy and his best friend, wise 28-year-old dog with magical powers.
Not only is the series finale scheduled today at 7:15 p.m., Cartoon Network invited Finn, Jake, Marceline, Princess Bubblegum, and Ice King to “aslammacow” day filled with fun and bursting with color. In partnership with Color Manila, everyone enjoyed a “shmowzow” experience at the Adventure Time Run held last Sunday, Sept. 23 at the McKinley West Festival Grounds, Taguig City.

Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time has saved the best journey yet as Finn, Jake and the rest of the squad embark on The Ultimate Adventure with “Come Along With Me,” a four-part special tomorrow.

Get ready to say “Oh my glob!” as your favorite characters take off on an unforgettable, Ooo-shaking quest that will determine the fate of the Land of Ooo. Brace yourselves as the Great Gum War between Princess Bubblegum’s Candy Kingdom and the kingdom of Gumbaldia prompts Finn, Jake, and the gang to unite and defend their land against their enemies. It’s going to be an adventure like no other and the fun will never end.

Stay tuned to Finn and Jake’s ultimate adventure. Visit Cartoon Network’s website www.cartoonnetworkasia.com and  www.facebook.com/CartoonNetworkAsia for more updates about their upcoming events and other Cartoon Network news. Cartoon Network is available on Cignal Digital TV Channel 220 (HD), Sky Direct Channel 15 (HD), SkyCable Channel 178 (HD), and Destiny Cable Channel 178 (HD Digital).

Topics: Adventure Time , Cartoon Network , “Come Along With Me” , Adventure Time Run
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