Turner announced that Adult Swim is expanding its original programming, picking up three series for its upcoming fall slate, including Brad Neely's animated sketch comedy show TV Sucks, joining his other show, China, IL. They're also ordering an as-yet untitled live-action show starring Adam Scott and Jon Daly as pro... More »
Green will also produce a new 'Robot Chicken' special for the network. read more
Law & Order is really starting to stretch in this spin-off. From Robot Chicken Original airdate: 09/02/07
They are polar opposites – Batman, The Dark Knight/scare-the-crap-out-the-bad-guys night time avenger and Superman, The Big Blue Boy Scout representing truth, justice and the American way. Somehow these two have become the best of friends – and Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken is going to explore what happens when this legendary bromance gets competitive. Show More Summary
The special will reunite "Batman '66" stars Adam West and Burt Ward and also feature Seth Green, Nathan Fillion, "Weird Al" Yankovic and more.
DC Comics and Robot Chicken have announced plans for a third entry in their series of team-up specials.
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is known best for creating the hilarious stop-motion animated series, “Robot Chicken.” But it also imparted its crafty magic on one of the most popular movies of 2014. Actor Seth Green and his fellow Stoopid Buddy...Show More Summary
16 years ago Seth Green decided to take his love of action figures and combine it with one of his major passions: stop-motion animation. The idea for Cartoon Network's late-night animated series “Robot Chicken” was born and the animation world suddenly changed. Show More Summary
Seth Green may be known for his role in “Austin Powers” or as the voice of Chris Griffin on “Family Guy,” but he’s also the mind behind one of the most successful animation houses. His company, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, produces AdultShow More Summary
Here's a really cool claymation short by animator Johnny McHone, featuring Link and angry plasticine monsters. It totally looks like a Robot Chicken sketch with a little bit of Neverhood and Skyward Sword added. Read more...
Wooper is a Robot Chicken parody of Looper, in which cartoon characters like Elmer Fudd are sent back in time to be killed because they can't show guns in children's cartoons anymore. (via @gruber) Tags: Looper movies remix video
From Stars Rebels to The Lego Movie and Robot Chicken, Billy Dee Williams has been keeping his Lando Calrissian sharp, in vocal form. But what about in-the-flesh? There has long been talk that Williams would join other Original Trilogy stars in the new films. Show More Summary
Showtime has opted not to proceed with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rachel Bloom’s half-hour comedy pilot with musical elements directed by Marc Webb. The project, co-penned by comedian and Robot Chicken staff writer Bloom and The Devil Wears...Show More Summary
Panamarenko, the artist and inventor who builds zeppelins, mechanical chickens, flying backpacks, flying saucers, robots, submarines and other machines designed to travel over land, under water and in outer space, is having a big and rather wonderful retrospective at the M HKA, in his home town of Antwerp
Stop-motion animation: It's so bad. The Power Glove occupies a very special place in the heart of a certain type of person in their thirties: If you grew up on Nintendo, and were nerdy enough to love the idea of "wearables" more than...Show More Summary
Next time someone tells you that Nintendo's Power Glove accessory was a flop, point them to Dillon Markey, an animator who works on projects like Cartoon Network's Robot Chicken. Markey has been using a modified Power Glove for more than a year now,...
The Nintendo Power Glove was about as useful as a bull’s nipple when it was released as a way to control video games, but that doesn’t mean this maligned piece of gaming history doesn’t have its uses. More »
This video is called Playing with Power by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Ava Benjamin. It’s about Dillon Markey, a stop-motion animator for the Adult Swim stop-motion animated series Robot Chicken. It focuses on an unusual aspect of…
A DIY stop-motion animation helper would be cool on its own, but Robot Chicken animator Dillon Markey took the idea one step further by building the functionality into an old Nintendo Power Glove. Sadly, the Power Glove is much better at animation than it ever was at playing games, no matter how much The Wizard made us all want one.