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Marceline and Princess Bubblegum journey to the imposing, beautiful Glass Kingdom, and deep into their tumultuous past, to prevent an earthshaking catastrophe.

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Miki Brewster
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Olivia Olson ... Marceline the Vampire Queen / Additional Voices (voice)
Hynden Walch ... Princess Bubblegum / Additional Voices (voice)
Michaela Dietz ... Glassboy (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Molto Larvo / Additional Voices (voice)
Maria Bamford ... Sandy / Additional Voices (voice)
Audrey Bennett ... Young Marceline (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Limeston / Choose Goose / Additional Voices (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Simon Petrikov / Additional Voices (voice)
Erica Luttrell ... Elise / Additional Voices (voice)
Charlotte Nicdao ... See-Thru Princess / Ancient Glass Princess / Additional Voices (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Sir Soda / Smudge / Additional Voices (voice)
Jeremy Shada ... Finn (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Additional Voices (voice)
Pendleton Ward ... Additional Voices (voice)
Niki Yang Niki Yang ... Additional Voices (voice)
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Marceline and Princess Bubblegum journey to the imposing, beautiful Glass Kingdom, and deep into their tumultuous past, to prevent an earthshaking catastrophe.

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Music by Aleks Sennwald
Lyrics by Aleks Sennwald and Pete Toms
Performed by Charlotte Nicdao
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Lacks the soul of Adventure Time.
10 February 2021 | by paulhoetsSee all my reviews

Compared to the entire context of Adventure Time, or even just compared with Part 1 of Distant Lands, Part 2//Obsidian seemed lifeless. It was as if this was a homework assignment that needed to be handed in. This was not representative of the visually and emotionally beautiful, surreal but funny, intricately detailed flavor of Adventure Time.

It felt as if whomever was producing this episode was just focused on a to-do list of content, which was then tiredly executed.

BMO's story in Part 2 was full of tiny intricacies and apparently pointless detail that came together beautifully at the end: Obsidian was lots of.......myeh....

It didn't really put the viewer inside any new or inspiring perspectives, the characters were not given any personality, and what they experience isn't really fleshed out with enough feeling and detail.

Even visually, this episode was lacking and felt empty - could it be that a new animation team is being used? Worrying.

45 minutes went by very slowly, which I have never felt when watching Adventure Time, and its not the feeling I want when I watch Adventure Time.


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