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Watch Full First Episode of Genndy Tartakovsky’s Unicorn: Warriors Eternal

BY Brandon

Published 10 months ago

Watch Full First Episode of Genndy Tartakovsky’s Unicorn: Warriors Eternal

Animator Genndy Tartakovsky may be best known for his work on animated kid shows like Dexter’s Laboratory and Hotel Transylvania, but he does make some adult content time and again, and we have a new show called Unicorn: Warriors Eternal.

The series just premiered on Adult Swim, and the network has decided to release the first full episode to watch on Youtube. Check this out:

Here’s the short synopsis of the episode: Emma’s wedding day takes a drastic turn when she is awakened by a powerful sorceress, setting off a transformation that leaves her life forever changed.

Tartakovsky is a celebrated animator in pop-culture, and though he works mainly on children’s material, he has been known to do some great adult-oriented content as well. Besides his series Primal, he had also delivered the original animated Clone Wars which has some of the most solid action in any Star Wars material.

Hopefully Unicorn manages to find its audience soon.

The synopsis reads:

In “Unicorn: Warriors Eternal,” an evil force is looming across the dark, thick-aired streets of industrial revolution London when a group of heroes dubbed Unicorn are accidentally reawakened in the bodies of teenagers instead of adult hosts they’ve embodied in the past. Melinda, a powerful sorceress, Seng, a cosmic monk, and Edred, a warrior elf. With distorted memories and their magical abilities weakened and fragmented, the trio must work together with help from their steam-powered robot, Copernicus, to unravel the mysteries of their pasts and present that will reveal their path to defeating a timeless threat.

Catch Unicorn: Warriors Eternal Thursdays on Adult Swim and HBO Max.

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