Not only is he one of the awesome minds behind Robot Chicken (and also occasionally the galaxy's snarkiest pilot), but it turns out Seth Green is also pretty good at making custom action figures, looking at this set of toys based on the Ravagers he gave James Gunn for Christmas. Read more...
popmech: Watch This Robotic Butcher Perfectly Carve Up a Chicken Ultra-precise, chicken-carving robots—what could go wrong? We’ll find out in Norway, where robotic butchers are becoming a reality.
Pulling chicken breasts off the bone can be a fiddly process, and often results in flesh being wasted by getting left behind. In a factory setting, that means slower processing times, and less meat to sell. That's why the Norwegian CYCLE...Show More Summary
Can an industrial robot succeed both at removing the breast fillet from a chicken, and at the same time get more out of the raw materials? Researchers have now built a fully-functional robot in the lab to automate the process of extracting breast fillets from chickens. This is a task normally performed by skilled human hands.
In a clip from Sunday's "Robot Chicken Lots of Holidays Special," Santa Claus has some trouble putting together his naughty and nice list.
This week, it’s time for another ROBOT CHICKEN Holiday Special, plus the wrap up of another season of the Cartoon Network hit series. Show runners John Harvavtine and Matt Senrich talk about how much fun it still is playing with toys, plus Brooke Burns has a new trivia challenge TV show and a new co-star […]
1. You start to refer to people as “bro”, “brah”, “dude”, or just by their last name. 2. Your recently watched on Hulu is now all South Park, Key and Peele, Tosh.0, and Robot Chicken. 3.
Damn it! Why are the best toy ideas wasted on kids? It looks like if you want to reenact the cartoons of your childhood or the new-classic Robot Chicken DC parodies, you might have to get your...
The always unfortunate nerd from Robot Chicken sets the bar for holiday specials, sort off, in the teaser for The Robot Chicken Lots of Holidays but Don’t Worry Christmas is Still in There Too so Pull the Stick Out of Your Ass Fox News Special. And anything I could add to that would be superfluous… […]
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Seth Green, Matt Senreich and John Harvatine IV are essentially three friends who made the kind of sketch comedy they wanted to –- stop motion animation parodies with action figures and toys –- and turned it into an Emmy Award winning...Show More Summary
The people behind Robot Chicken, the aggressively silly stop motion animation TV show on Adult Swim, want to teach you how to animate properly. Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, the Burbank, California-based production company, is partnering with...Show More Summary
The people behind Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Superbad, Robot Chicken, Parks And Recreation, Funny Or Die, and many other things you, the reader of this pop culture publication, probably like are coming together to create the stoner comedy fan’s equivalent of Crosby, Stills & Nash. Show More Summary
It's now official. TNT has won the ratings race as basic cable's #1 network in primetime for the summer.
Some days, you just have to put a Robot Chicken on your head, wear a goofy expression and take whatever life throws at you. Yes, it's a lesson I learned well when I interviewed George R.R. Martin. And you're welcome, Internet. - Aaron Sagers
On the Season 7 finale of "Robot Chicken," we learn why the Velociraptors from "Jurassic Park" were so well coordinated -- a temperamental choreographer, of course. "Crystal, you were late again! Can someone get me a petrified mosquito with the DNA of a dinosaur with some god rhythm?!... Show More Summary
TNT opened August with another big win as basic cable's most-watched network in primetime for the sixth consecutive week.
A champion kickboxer looks to defend his belt against the Galactic Empire’s trusty starfighter in Robot Chicken’s “rock solid homonym joke.” We bet the badass Thai biker has more of a fighting chance.
The writers and producers of "Robot Chicken" previewed the "Bitch Pudding Special," reflecting on the show's seven seasons and many guest stars.