THE REST OF “MIGHTY MAGISWORDS” SEASON 2
is now available on the Cartoon Network App and their website:
Here is the CORRECT ORDER in which to watch the rest of the Season 2 episodes of "Mighty MagiSwords”:
673 - Warts And All
674 - Too Commercial
675 - Like Water For Bimm
676 - The Pecking Order *
677 - Manlier Fish The Fishlier Man
678 - The Lanolion Sleeps Tonight
679 - The Ballad Of Sailor Sidney
680 - Extreme Dreams *
681 - Forever A Fishstick
682 - Sorry For Party-Oching
683 - A Mind Is A Terrible Thing
684 - Bewitched Bothered And Bothered Some More *
685 - Train On A Snake
686 - King of the Zombeez
687 - Hiccup the Volume
688 - Ghosthaste *
689 - Hangry Hangry Hoppus
690 - Pachydermus Packard And The Camp Of Fantasy
691/692 - Let's Team Up Because We Aren't Bad Friends *
* episodes Luke Ski & John Berry storyboarded
And if you’re a fan of the show “OK K.O. Let’s Be Heroes!”, you’ll especially want to see the last Season 2 episode, "Let's Team Up Because We Aren't Bad Friends”!
As of this posting, no episodes are airing on CN in the coming 2 weeks, according to TVGuide.com.
~ Luke Ski
Luke Sienkowski was encouraged to draw at a very early age by his mother, an art teacher. Mimicking Charles Schulz and Matt Groening, he became a self-taught cartoonist, spending his teenage years drawing his own comic strips and comic book adventures.
Luke attended the four year fine arts college the Kansas City Art Institute where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration. After spending a summer learning the caricature style at a local theme park, he went out on his own as a freelance caricature artist, opening his own stand at Station Casino Kansas City which he operated for over 3 years.
After moving back to his home state of Wisconsin, Luke continued to work as a freelance cartoonist, illustrator, and caricature artist for parties and filling individual orders via the internet. He now lives in Des Plaines, IL (a northwest Chicago suburb), and on the weekends he is not booked at other gigs, he can often be found drawing caricatures at his stand at Ed Debevic’s restaurant in downtown Chicago. He also drew caricatures at the indoor waterpark resort Key Lime Cove in Gurnee, IL from 2008 to 2012.
Luke also is well known in some circles for his comedy music act, which he performs at sci-fi conventions and other eclectic venues across the Midwest. To find out all about that, visit his other website, the great Luke Ski dot com.
Notice from Luke: I am a Storyboarder, Writer, & Voice-Over Actor on "Mighty MagiSwords" on Cartoon Network. The opinions expressed here are mine alone. ~ Luke S.