(PG-13: Language) The creators of Robot Chicken teamed up with Brian Cranston for this Crackle original. Cranston plays Titanium Rex, an aging superhero leading the apathetic and dense members of The League of Freedom. The first three episodes are already online.
Robot Chicken returns to DC October 18.
Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim television series Robot Chicken returns to the DC Universe for a third time in a new trailer released at New York Comic Con for their DC Comics crossover, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship. It is set to air on Adult Swim Sunday, October 18th, 2015.
This week, we say goodbye to the beloved time-travel TV show Continuum. But also, Gotham follows up that shocking twist, Doctor Who features a Game of Thrones stalwart, and LEGO Star Wars takes us aboard the Falcon. It’s all happening in this week’s television! Read more...
The NSFW trailer for the new animated series from the creators of "Robot Chicken" unleashes some salty language... and some uncensored clown genitalia.
Watch the NYCC trailer, and then check out the choose-your-own-adventure teaser to unlock even more clips.
Robot Chicken is coming back to Adult Swim later this month. The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Friendship is Magic premieres Sunday, October 18 at midnight, followed by the premiere of season […]
If there’s one thing comic-book geeks love more than superheroes, it’s pointing out the ridiculousness of superheroes. SuperMansion creators Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells, alongside co-executive producer Seth Green, have collectively epitomized that love/love-to-hate relationship in their long-running stop-motion Robot Chicken series for years. Show More Summary
"Robot Chicken" veterans Zeb Wells and Matthew Senreich discuss "SuperMansion," their new stop-motion animated series on Crackle.
With its latest web series, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is bringing together athletes, celebrities, football, video games, and puppets. The production company co-founded by Seth Green and best known for creating Green’s Adult Swim TV series...Show More Summary
It’s rude! It’s crude! It can be viewed on Adult Swim on Sunday, October 18th at midnight (11C)! It’ the third Robot Chicken parody of the DC Universe, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship! Check out the multiverse breaking teaser after the jump. Show More Summary
Robot Chicken's third DC Comics special will debut Sunday, October 18th at midnight on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.
HELL AND BACK, from the creators of Robot Chicken and Bojack Horseman, is a relative anomaly: an R-rated animated film. Step aside BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, there's a new sheriff in town. It promises to be demonic good fun, and the tricky new poster effectively disguises its darker side beneath an array of sickly sweet colors. Show More Summary
Check out the official trailer to the upcoming stop-motion animated series from the creators of “Robot Chicken” and featuring the voice talent of Bryan Cranston.
Boing Boing's barbecue gadget reviewer found a good, cheap grill on Amazon. But which add-ons, like an automated rotisserie, are worth buying? He investigates and tells all, right after this bite of chicken. Read the rest
(PG-13) This comedy from the animators behind Robot Chicken is what South Park might be like if it were made from clay instead of paper. Voiced by Nick Swardon, T.J. Miller, Rob Riggle, Mila Kunis, Bob Odenkirk, Danny McBride, and m...
It's like Dante's Inferno but giggly! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... So - I know you're like me, you love stop motion animation. You love R-rated juvenile humor that makes you think of all those Junior High & High School conversations about who should fuck who in the realm of comics, movies, cartoons, etc. Show More Summary
"Enjoy your stay in hell!" Freestyle Releasing has debuted a R-rated trailer for the R-rated stop-motion movie Hell & Back, from the animation studio behind "Trip Tank" and "Robot Chicken" (two excellent animated shows). It's a goofy, foul-mouthed trip into the depths of hell, but it looks quite fun I must say. Show More Summary
At last, an original American animated feature film aimed at adults...albeit really, really immature ones who know that when a trailer opens with a joke about TJ Miller forcing his own hand to h...
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