As announced earlier this month at New York Comic Con, the pop culture parody show Robot Chicken will make the heroes of DC Comics the focus of an upcoming animated special in the tradition of its very popular Star Wars skewerings. Adult Swim released on Monday our first look at the show with a clip starring Green Lantern Hal Jordan and his classic villain Sinestro. The video, which
The architects of the destiny of DC Comics' Emerald Warrior were all on hand today for a panel that filled in fans on what to expect from the Green Lantern line of comics over the coming months. Present were moderator and SVP Sales Bob Wayne, editor Brian Cunningham, Green Lantern writer/Chief
As Adult Swim's animated action figure hit Robot Chicken prepares to begin its fifth season on January 9, its easy to focus on the future. After all, the new season promises a guest appearance by Macaulay Culkin, a Star Wars Special story segment by Geoff Johns and scads of other high profile madness as revealed at New York Comic Con earlier this month. Still, eve
Fans who attended the "Robot Chicken" panel at New York Comic Con got an answer to the question, "Where's Macaulay Culkin been?" Culkin, who strode into the panel wearing sunglasses and what looked to be an Uglydoll on his head, joined co-creator Seth Green, co-creator Matthew Senreich, and Seth's wife Clare Grant to discuss the upcoming fifth season of the hit Adult Swim series. (Gre
It looks like even though he lives as an irreverent ruler of pop culture parody on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, former "Toyfare" scribe and current "Robot Chicken" and "Titan Maximum" writer/producer/director/voice actor/everythingever Tom Root has a passport to Riverdale and he's not afraid to use it
What are you missing not being at Comic-con: Being given the Shamwow treatment by Seth Green? In this clip from the Robot Chicken panel he hits you hard to buy the new DVD so you can get into a very, very special screening
Top Cow Productions is injecting Comic-con International: San Diego with some additional star power with an appearance by actor and RobotChicken co-creator Seth Green and writer Hugh Sterbakov co-creators of Top Cow's Freshmen.
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