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Adventure Time follows the adventures of Finn voiced by Jeremy Shada , a human boy, and his best friend and adoptive brother Jake voiced by John DiMaggio , a dog with magical powers to change shape, grow and shrink at will.
In this limited event series, Princess Bubblegum voiced by Hynden Walch removes the vampiric essence from Marceline the Vampire Queen voiced by Olivia Olson , which unleashes five recently resurrected vampires into The Land of Ooo.
Marceline, Bubblegum, Finn, Jake, and Peppermint Butler voiced by Steve Little are forced to deal with the fallout.
The miniseries' story was developed by series creator Pendleton Ward, showrunner Adam Muto , head writer Kent Osborne , and staff writer Jack Pendarvis.
The eight episodes were storyboarded by Ako Castuera , Jesse Moynihan , Muto, Hanna K. Nyström, Herpich, Steve Wolfhard , Seo Kim, Somvilay Xayaphone, Lyle Partridge, and Luke Pearson.
Andres Salaff, Elizabeth Ito, and Muto handled supervising direction, and Sandra Lee served as art director. Former Adventure Time storyboard artist Rebecca Sugar returned briefly to the show to voice Marceline's mother and to contribute a song entitled "Everything Stays".
Stakes was a ratings success, and was met with mostly positive reviews, with Sugar's song in particular being met with critical applause.
Conversely, a few commentators felt that the miniseries did not meet expectations. For his work on the Stakes finale, Herpich won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation at the 68th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Stakes was released on DVD on January 19, Marceline the Vampire Queen voiced by Olivia Olson approaches Princess Bubblegum voiced by Hynden Walch and asks her to cure her of her vampirism, as she no longer wants to be immortal.
Bubblegum agrees and extracts the vampiric essence from Marceline's body. As Marceline recovers, the extracted essence gains sentience and escapes.
Meanwhile, Finn voiced by Jeremy Shada and Jake voiced by John DiMaggio are called out to investigate livestock being attacked by a bloodsucking creature.
Suspecting Marceline, they confront of her, only to discover the extracted essence is behind the attacks. However, as Finn and Jake chase the vampiric essence, a mob of angry villagers capture Marceline and tie her to windmill, hoping that the rising sun will kill her.
As the light hits her body, Marceline's life flashes before her eyes : Marceline first recalls a time when her mother voiced by Rebecca Sugar comforted her by singing a lullaby entitled "Everything Stays".
Marceline then remembers Simon voiced by Tom Kenny leaving her before he is fully corrupted by the ice crown. She also remembers when she hunted vampires as a teenager and thereafter befriended a tribe of humans who survived the Mushroom War.
Back in the present, the sunlight does not hurt Marceline, indicating that she has been cured. Meanwhile, Jake encounters Marceline's freed vampiric essence, which has divided into five vampires whom Marceline had previously slain: the Fool voiced by Ron Funches , the Empress voiced by Rebecca Romijn , the Hierophant voiced by Paul Williams , the Moon voiced by Beau Billingslea , and the Vampire King himself voiced by Billy Brown.
Witnessing this, Jake warns Finn and Marceline—the latter of whom recalls when she slew the Vampire King but was turned into a vampire in the process.
Marceline tracks down and confronts the resurrected Vampire King, killing the Fool and reabsorbing his power of flight.
However, before she can battle the Vampire King, he warns her that the Empress is headed for the Ice Kingdom. Fearing for the safety of the Ice King, Marceline gives chase, and with the help of Finn and Bubblegum, slays the Empress, reabsorbing her powers of invisibility.
Finn, Jake, Marceline, and Bubblegum then encounter the shape-shifting Hierophant. When notified by Peppermint Butler voiced by Steve Little that the Hierophant cannot enter houses without permission, Jake shapeshifts into a house and the group takes shelter inside.
The Hierophant manages to injure Marceline, but he is accidentally knocked into Jake and dies due to his entering a house uninvited.
Marceline reabsorbs his shapeshifting powers but falls ill due to the Hierophant's wound. Princess Bubblegum takes Marceline to the Candy Kingdom to try to cure her.
Meanwhile, Finn and Jake track down the Moon in hopes of using her powers to heal Marceline. Finn and Jake lure the Moon back to Marceline, who manages to reabsorb the vampire's healing power, thereby allowing her to recover from her injury.
Marceline and the group prepare for their final confrontation with the Vampire King. However, when he appears before them, he declares that he no longer wishes to be a vampire.
The group reluctantly agrees to remove the King's vampiric essence. Bubblegum places the Vampire King in the same contraption that she used on Marceline, turning him into a relatively harmless lion.
The vampiric essence, on the other hand, is placed in a bucket, which accidentally detonates and forms a new monstrosity: the Dark Cloud.
This looming essence begins ambling towards the Candy Kingdom, causing Finn, Jake, and Bubblegum to go on the offensive. Marceline, however, loses the will to fight.
The Ice King arrives and briefly talks to Marceline, instilling in her a sense of purpose; Marceline then realizes that it is her destiny to stop the Dark Cloud.
Marceline flies into the Dark Cloud and, using her soul-sucking abilities, drains it from the inside out. However, she does so at the cost of once more becoming the Vampire Queen.
Once the incident is over, Marceline comes to terms with her vampiric nature. The miniseries concludes with Marceline singing a rendition of "Everything Stays"; as she sings, the audience is presented with short sequences showing Ooo returning to normalcy.
Stakes was announced in February alongside news of Long Live the Royals , a separate miniseries created by Sean Szeles, at an upfront regarding Cartoon Network 's programming for the to television season.
At the New York Comic Con , Muto revealed that the miniseries originated with ideas that were initially developed during the show's second season.
He remarked, "There was this idea from season two about Marceline and We kind of rolled with that and expanded that into eight episodes.
I thought that was meaningful, and so I started coming up with this whole elaborate backstory [explaining that] Marceline was the daughter of a demon and a human But Ice King was losing himself [to the ice crown], and it all landed on Marceline to fight off the vampires as the humans were escaping on an ark, set for some unknown shore.
So in the final struggle, as a mutated horde of monsters and vampires come to kill the last remaining humans The humans make it, but Marceline is turned into a vampire.
So she's stuck looking [like a teenager] forever, and Ice King is stuck being crazy Anyway, I pitched this whole huge elaborate thing to the writers room and they were like, "That's cool, Pat.
Nobody was very excited about it. Olson was not aware that the producers and writers were working on a Marceline-centric miniseries until the series' head writer, Kent Osborne , casually mentioned it to her in a conversation; when she learned of this, she reportedly cried because she was so excited.
The miniseries' story was developed by head writer Kent Osborne, series creator Pendleton Ward , Jack Pendarvis, and Muto. Andres Salaff, Elizabeth Ito, and Muto served as the miniseries' supervising directors, and Sandra Lee served as art director.
In regards to the miniseries' cynosural song "Everything Stays", Nyström revealed that, during the storyboarding of the episode of the same name, she found herself unable to write a lullaby for the scene between Marceline and her mother.
She relayed her issue to Muto, who contacted Sugar and asked if she would be willing to pen the song.
Sugar agreed and based the song on an incident in which she lost a stuffed animal in a garden. A year later, she found it; the sun had bleached the exposed surfaces, but the underside was still the same.
Ghostshrimp , a background artist who worked on the series during seasons one through four, also returned to draw around 70 background pieces for this miniseries.
The miniseries features vocal performances courtesy of the show's regular crew: Jeremy Shada who voices Finn the Human , John DiMaggio who portrays Jake the Dog , Olivia Olson who portrays Marceline , Tom Kenny who lends his voice to the Ice King , Hynden Walch who voices Princess Bubblegum , Steve Little who plays Peppermint Butler , and Pendleton Ward who voices Lumpy Space Princess.
This is to capture more natural sounding dialogue among the characters. Hynden Walch has described these group session as akin to "doing a play reading—a really, really out there play.
The miniseries also features several guest actors lending their voices to various characters. Sugar, in addition to her role as songwriter, was also brought on board to voice Marceline's mother; this role marks her first foray into voice acting.
Although several sources suggested that the miniseries would air in October ,   the miniseries instead debuted on Cartoon Network on November 16, On November 20, the entirety of the miniseries re-aired.
The miniseries made its international debut on Cartoon Network in Australia and New Zealand on January 18, and concluded airing on January 21, According to a Cartoon Network press release distributed prior to Stakes being available on DVD, the miniseries was a "success" for the network, "ranking as the 1 program in its time period with all key kids and boys audiences.
Stakes was met with mostly positive reviews, although a few commentators felt that the miniseries did not meet expectations. Charlie Jane Anders of io9 applauded the miniseries, noting that it is an interesting meditation on the concept of change, as well as the on philosophical idea that everything is cyclical.
In regards to the art and direction of the miniseries, Anders wrote: "There is so much insane gorgeous imagery in this [miniseries], including a ton of really fantastic dream sequences.
This show is really pushing its limits in terms of pure visual artistry. Growth is good. Supporting others' growth is good.
And accepting others when they need to change is the best thing you can do. Heather Hogan of Autostraddle lauded the miniseries for "color[ing] in some of Marceline's past, answer[ing] lots of questions about her relationship with Bonnie, and promis[ing] her a richer future.
Oliver Sava of The A. Club awarded the miniseries a "B", noting that the event "loses steam when it moves away from the introspective personal elements of the past to detail Marceline and her friends' vampire hunting adventure in the present.
Sugar's "Everything Stays" was met with critical praise. VanDerWerff described it as "beautiful". It's quiet, beautiful, and heartfelt—a lullaby for children at heart, no matter their age.
For his work on "The Dark Cloud", Tom Herpich won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation at the 68th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in ,  making it the series's fourth win in this category.
Warner Home Video released the entire miniseries on DVD on January 19, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Andres Salaff [a] Adam Muto [a] Sandra Lee [b].
Jesse Moynihan [c] Adam Muto [d] Hanna K. Nyström [d] Tom Herpich [e] Steve Wolfhard [e] Seo Kim [f] Somvilay Xayaphone [f] Lyle Partridge [g] Luke Pearson [g].
Pendleton Ward Kent Osborne Adam Muto Jack Pendarvis. The miniseries guest starred Paul Williams left and Rebecca Romijn right , among others.
See also: Adventure Time season 7 and List of Adventure Time episodes. This section is transcluded from Adventure Time season 7.
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