That Jyn Erso figure, though. So good.
Disney and Lucasfilm brought in a team of Star Wars superfans to develop a short, four-episode stop motion web series highlighting Rogue One's new line of toys.Read More
One of the more popular theories about Star Wars: The Force Awakens has to do with who might turn out to be siding with the dark side. Lots of folks seem to think that good ol' Luke Skywalker may have some less than savory motivations in this film. But a far funnier theory has begun to independently form in the minds of Star Wars fans: what if Kylo Ren takes off his mask and it's Jar Jar Binks under there?Read More
Werewolves and chickens!
Calling all Swim fans! New York Comic Con's Adult Swim lineup has just been announced, and there's a lot to be excited about.Read More
the a wizard.
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.Read More
Holy Rusted Metal Batman!
One of the many constants in this universe is that every pop culture franchise you love will eventually be ruined by Robot Chicken. Given the current prominence of comic book superheroes and Game of Thrones, respective skewerings were probably inevitable. Speaking with Zap2it, Robot Chicken co-creator Seth Green commented that as far as DC Comics goes, "There's no real line we can't cross." Oh boy.Read More
I'll Allow It
Oh Mah Glob Guys
Starting this March, I will have no excuse not to watch Adventure Time, as it—along with a slew of other offerings from Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, and Adult Swim—will be available for streaming on Netflix. Yay for no more dodgy YouTube vids! Just kidding. There will always be dodgy YouTube vids.Read More
Things We Saw Today
We're pretty excited for this Robot Chicken DC Comics Special. It's set to feature plenty of awesome people as the voices of plenty of awesome characters; Neil Patrick Harris as Two-Face, Seth Green as Batman, Robin, and Aquaman, Nathan Fillion as the Green Lantern, Alfred Molina as Lex Luthor, and the list goes on. As Green said, it's the "whole Robot Chicken story within this awesome universe.” And the trailer looks pretty freaking hilarious, we have to say. (via Collider)Read More
And I'll Form the Head!
where does he get those wonderful toys
The Final Frontier
How this has been sitting around on the internet for nearly a year with only about a thousand views is heartbreaking. We are here to rectify this situation and give this Robot Chicken-y video the love it deserves. Ladies and Gentlenerds: Captain Picard, Geordi LaForge, and Data, as action figures, dancing to Beyonce's "Single Ladies." Made by YouTube user pivotalproduction. (via Elliott Serrano)Read More
Just Go With It
This is what happens when Robot Chicken meets Marvel meets the horror/supernatural genre and they all get drunk together and say "Let's make something, you guys!": MODOK puts on an Elvira costume -- with breasts -- and hosts a Marvel-themed horror show. I honestly can't tell if this is Halloween or Christmas! (Marvel on YouTube via Topless Robot)Read More
If you liked it then you should have put a Lantern Ring on it
Geoff Johns and the makers of Robot Chicken had a particularly surprising announcement just over a week ago at New York Comic Con: Star Wars was no longer the only major franchised fictional universe to hand itself over to the stop-motion-giving-you-uncomfortable-feelings-about-your-childhood-memories television show for an entire episode of parody. Here's the very preview clip that was aired at NYCC. Needless to say, this is Robot Chicken. Not safe for kids, not safe for work. Also, I have never felt so weird about using this category before. (via Comic Book Resources.)Read More
What It Says On the Tin
This happened: At the panel for Robot Chicken Season 5.5, someone asked if show creator Seth Green and occasional show talent Macaulay Culkin could do a sexy pose. So, they did, because Seth Green and Macaulay Culkin would never disappoint you. (And as far as I know, because I haven't seen it, this is not a scene from Party Monster.) (via BuzzFeed)Read More
This is what happens when Robot Chicken and The Venture Bros. get into a way-back machine together and something goes horribly wrong. Except it actually went wonderfully right. I'd like to make a Doctor Who reference about what happens when there's hanky-panky in the TARDIS, I will be giving away a gigantic spoiler. But let's just sit back and enjoy this stop-action version of the intro to Hanna-Barbera's Jonny Quest (the original is here for comparison) by Roger D. Evans. (Geek Tyrant)Read More