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"Space Ghost", "Metalocalypse" & More: 7 Binge-Worthy Adult Swim Shows

Adult Swim has stepped up to combat all of this staying at home and "involuntary social distancing" by making a ton of their content available to stream for free. This is in many ways perfect, as this takes me back to a couple of decades ago adolescence, when I'd stay home most Friday nights and […]

Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Cartoon For Hul Will Be stop-Frame, Robot Chicken-Style

Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Cartoon For Hulu Will Be Stop-Frame, Robot Chicken-Style?

Sometimes you just hear things in the right conversation. So, as I was hearing earlier the other week from very-connected sources that a) Secret Invasion would be happening as a live-action TV drama from Marvel for Disney + and b) there was still another A-list MCU character show to be revealed, I also heard a […]

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Kidrobot Teams With Adult Swim For Even More Collectibles

Kidrobot is bringing out even more collectibles from Adult Swim shows like Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Robot Chicken, Rick and Morty, and more. There is a series 2 of their popular mini vinyls on the way, along with vinyl figures of Mr. Pickles, the Meca ATHF (That one is so cool), and the Robot Chicken […]

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Robot Chicken At NYCC 2017: The Walking Dead Special, And A Rogue One Skit This Season

Courtesy of Bleeding Cool's own John Odum: While the Robot Chicken The Walking Dead Special: Look Who's Walking has been well and truly covered (full props to Adult Swim's promotional team on that), a press roundtable on Saturday afternoon following the public events provided some entertaining postscripts to what has already been covered, plus a bit of […]

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Robot Chicken Crew Talks 'Walking Dead' Special And More At NYCC 2017

Richard Epstein writes from New York Comic Con: After a year hiatus spent working on a movie they refused to comment on, the Robot Chicken crew were at New York Comic Con this year to poke fun at each other and the crowd — and occasionally promote the new season and the Walking Dead special. […]

'The Walking Dead' To Get The 'Robot Chicken' Treatment In October

AMC is rolling out the promotional machine to make sure everyone on this planet knows that Season 8 of The Walking Dead returns to the network on Sunday, October 22nd. In honor of the season premiere (and the show's 100th episode), AMC has planned season marathons, virtual reality games with Mountain Dew, a pre-season special […]

Robot Chicken Parodies Batman v Superman

Adult Swim has posted this new video from Robot Chicken spoofing Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It picks up form the "Do you bleed line" and then goes in a very different direction. They also posted one about the death of Lois Lane and how they may be looking for a super killer. Neither […]

Legion M Looks To Create The World's First Fan-Owned Entertainment Company

As technology allows anyone greater access to the means of production and distribution systems, the opportunities to get in on the ground floor of a new exciting project seem limitless. Legion M, an endeavor looking to organize fans into the first fan-owned company, launched today on the premise of "opening the gates to Hollywood." Founders […]

Robot Chicken Parodies The CW

In this new clip from Robot Chicken, the Nerd ends up daydreaming a tour through the CW shows including The Flash, Arrow, Beauty and the Beast and more. And in typical Robot Chicken style… it doesn't end well. [youtube][/youtube]

Bill Finger Gets His First On Screen Batman Credit In A Surprising Place

So a couple of nights ago, Adult Swim aired the Robot Chicken: DC Special III, all approved and signed off by DC Entertainment. Yes, even that. And the Penguin Robin crotch-gaze fantasy sequence.  It was only a few years ago that DC Comics wouldn't even let Mike Allred have Batman do the Bat-usi on the […]

Behind The Scenes Of Robot Chicken's DC Special 3

Jason Inman of DC All-Access talks with the folks behind the Robot Chicken DC Special 3 including Geoff Johns, Seth Green, Tom Root, Burt Ward, Tom Sheppard and Matthew Senreich. This time they are focusing on the multiverse, doing their version of Crisis and we get to meet… Pez Luthor. Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Magical […]

NYCC '15: The Robot Chicken Season 8 Party

By Dimitrios Haritos I was fortunate enough to get an RSVP to the Robot Chicken Season 8 Party. The Party was held at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn NY. When you arrived they gave tickets for 1 free drink and had a buffet style food table for everyone as well as 1 free game of bowling. […]

Adult Swim And Cartoon Network Returning To SDCC

Adult Swim and Cartoon Network are coming back to SDCC this year with shows Children's Hospital, Robot Chicken, Mike Tyson Mysteries and the new series We Bare Bears.   It starts with back-to-back fandemonium panels with Regular Show and Uncle Grandpa Friday, July 10, 10:00 a.m., followed by Adventure Time and Steven Universe at 11:00 a.m. The […]

Now It's Time For DC Comics To Pay Scott Shaw For Captain Carrot…

Discussing the appearances of Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew in recent DC Comics titles, including yesterday's Justice League United preview, co-creator of the character Scott Shaw was asked on Facebook, Andrew Rubio: Scott, have you or Roy received any compensation for the Captain's recent appearances (Multiversity and Convergence tie-ins)? Scott Shaw: Not a cent. […]

NYCC: Robot Chicken And Their New Holiday Special

Rich Epstein writes for Bleeding Cool: It was Robot Chicken day at NYCC, with series creators Seth Green and Matt Senrich being joined by Breckin Meyer, Macauly Culkin, and Claire Grant. The panel opened with a clip from the new season, which the audience loved.  There were some really good jokes at the expense of […]

Arsenic Lullaby Gets TV Adaptation For Comedy Central – On Wednesday Night

Comedy Central has recently launched a new animated series called Trip Tank.  Seth Green and Matthew Senreich developed the show which  features a collection of recurring animated shorts built into a half-hour block. The plots from Adam McKay, Tom Gammill and Jon Glaser range from a magical alcoholic wheelchair helping sick children to a group of aliens studying the world's most average guy. But […]