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Transcript of Adventure Time
(Jake's girlfriend) Minor Characters Peppermint Butler: Works at Candy Kingdom and waits in people who enter the castle. Hunson Abadeer: aka Marceline's dad. He is the ruler of the Under World and will often come to create havoc in Ooo. Lich King is an evil spirit who haunts PB and the Candy Kingdom. He has full intentions of taking over. Flame Princess: Princess of the Fire Kingdom and the is currently interested in Finn Reviews The show has received acclaim from critics and has developed a cult following among teenagers and adults. Television critic Robert Lloyd, in an article for the LA Times, said it "strikes [him] as a kind of companion piece to the network's [then] currently airing Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. Each takes place in a fantastical land peopled with strange, somewhat disturbing characters and has at its center a young male person or person-like thing making his way in that world with the help of unusual, not always reliable, mentors." He went on to say that the show is "not unlike CN's earlier Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, about a boy and his imaginary friend, though [it is] darker and stranger and even less connected to the world as we know it." Lloyd also compared it to "the sort of cartoons they made when cartoons themselves were young and delighted in bringing all things to rubbery life."[ The show has also garnered much more of an adult and teen fan base than the creators expected. Entertainment Weekly named Adventure Time #20 on their The Greatest Animated Series Ever list.[