Remember when Saturday mornings were worth getting up for? While we can’t provide a four-hour block of programming, here’s some retro news you may have missed (or simply want to revisit) from the past week.
Saturday Morning Programming:
Ok, so there isn’t a Terminator cartoon to start the recap off with, but there was a Terminator 2 cartoon in development. Not much is known, but James Cameron Online has gathered up all the info on it. We’d love to have seen this!
The Tetris movie will be the first part of a sci-fi trilogy. What? How? Yeah, we don’t know either.
Deadpool shows up at the end of the Japanese X-Men: Apocalypse movie? YES.
Sega Wants Sonic to Become an “Entertainment Icon”. Yeah those quotes.
Rediscover the 80s gives us a First Look At ‘Labyrinth’ Funko POP! Vinyl Figures!
It’s happening! Crystal Pepsi Is Coming Back to Stores Nationwide. Coming to Canada on July 7 and the U.S. on August 8.
In Case You Missed It:
It has been an awesome week here on Pop Rewind! We brought you a ton of great Terminator content. Missed some of it? Don’t worry…
On Monday we announced Terminator Week…
And also hosted our first giveaway– a Terminator Endoskeleton figure from NECA. Congratulations to the winner, Ben R.! We’ll get your prize out to you asap!
Then on Tuesday, Lee wrote about the last image he made in Windows 98… and yes, it’s Terminator-related!
And Linz came up with a handy-dandy Terminator Name Generator so we can all properly address each other by Terminator names.
Linz fired up her WiiU to create Super Mario Maker: Terminator Style, which you can play by entering: 50D6-0000-010F-24A1.
Lee told us the tale of Terminator Meets School House Rock.
And finally, Linz put together a few Terminator Party Ideas with Terminator Party Recipes: Endoskeleton Chocolates, T-1 Too Many Cocktail, and Glowing Jell-O Shots.
Branded in the 80s is Collecting the Art of G.I. JOE.
ISeeRobots brings us Video Surplus: The World’s Last VHS Store?
Retroist asks: Do You Remember The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera Ride?. Linz would have been all over that for George Jetson reasons.