Huge Cartoon Network Stash on Netflix

Netflix just released a ton of Cartoon Network shows on streaming. This includes my children’s favorites: Powerpuff Girls and Dexter’s Laboratory to superhero fare such as Batman Beyond and Justice League Unlimited to adult swim’s Robot Chicken. (also this is published on 4/1 but is not an April Fool’s prank).

Aqua Teen Hunger Force

The Venture Bros.

The Boondocks

Robot Chicken

Chowder

Squidbillies

Ben 10, Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien

Ed, Edd, ‘n’ Eddy

Metalocalypse

Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Unlimited

Batman: The Brave and the Bold & Batman Beyond

Justice League & Justice League Unlimited

Samurai Jack

Delocated

Adventure Time

Secret Mountain Fort Awesome

Dude, What Would Happen?

Hole in the Wall

The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy

Generator Rex

Courage the Cowardly Dog

Johnny Bravo

Dexter’s Laboratory

The Problem Solverz

Codename: Kids Next Door

Destroy Build Destroy

Robotomy

Camp Lazlo!

Powerpuff Girls

My Gym Partner’s a Monkey

Cow and Chicken

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends

 

Easter Choices on Netflix

Well your official Easter choices are limited to two wildly divergent selections. Happy Easter!

Easter Bunny Puppy

An Easter Bunny Puppy (2013) – Not rated

“Russ, an adorable but mildly confused little puppy, makes it his goal to become the Easter Bunny this year! But poor Russ comes up against some not-so-like-minded challengers — namely his family, who insist that dogs should be dogs, not bunnies.”

Easter Bunny Kill! Kill!

Easter Bunny Kill! Kill! (2006) – Not rated

“A single mother leaves her special-needs son in the care of her boyfriend and his friend, who cruelly abuse the little boy. But a killer dressed as the Easter Bunny sets out to avenge their demented crimes.”

On a looser reasoning you could watch…

IFC’s Greg the Bunny (2005) – Not rated

“A caustic hand puppet bunny named Greg and his band of foul-mouthed furry friends spoof the world of independent film in this short-lived comedy series that garnered a loyal cult following. After a failed stint on Fox, the show reemerged on IFC.”