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Geoff Johns joined Seth Green, Breckin Meyer and the rest of the "Robot Chicken" team at Comic-Con International to discuss the upcoming sixth season and the highly anticipated "DC Comics Special."
Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, the masterminds behind Adult Swim’s "Venture Bros.," gave fans a peek at the fifth season of the animated series, answering questions about inspiration and creating a “bad-ass” gay character.
Adult Swim's stop-motion animation show "Robot Chicken" will produce a new DC Comics episode in the same vein as its Emmy-award winning "Robot Chicken: Star Wars" specials.
Actor James Urbaniak, the voice of Dr. Venture on Adult Swim's hit "The Venture Bros.," discusses the "emotionally vulnerable" super-scientist, playing Robert Crumb in "American Splendor" and making the jump to YouTube.
The creator of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," Matt Maiellaro spoke with CBR about his first graphic novel, "Knowbodys" and the impending deaths of Frylock, Master Shake and Meatwad.
An all-star panel including Seth Green and Geoff Johns gave a glimpse behind the scenes of "Robot Chicken," announced a DC Comics episode and explained why Frank Oz didn’t voice Yoda in the Star Wars special.
"Robot Chicken" co-creator Matthew Senreich spoke at NYCC about what it's like to work with Seth Green, which sketches got them in trouble and how he'd like the hit series to end.
The cast and crew of "The Heart, She Holler," including Patton Oswalt and Kristen Schaal, discuss the upcoming Adult Swim miniseries described as "'Falcon Crest' with rickets."
Comedian Patton Oswalt spoke with CBR TV at New York Comic Con about the controversy over his DC Comics boycott and his new miniseries on Adult Swim, "The Heart, She Holler."
The producers of Cartoon Network's upcoming Adult Swim show "Black Dynamite: The Animated Series" spoke at NYCC on what fans of the cult hit film can expect from the series, along with the inevitable movie sequel.
"Robot Chicken's" Matt Senreich told fans there is no end in sight for the stop-motion comedy series, confirmed "Titan Maximum" is on indefinite hold and teased about the comedy "Star Wars" series in development.
"Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer were at NYCC with surprise guest Michael Sinterniklaas and imaginary guest of honor David Bowie in tow to talk about the fan favorite cartoon series.
The creator of the popular comic strip, “Maakies,” Tony Millionaire discusses his new animated series on Adult Swim, “The Drinky Crow Show,” and the process of adapting his illustrated work for TV.
“Robot Chicken” co-creator Matt Senreich talks to CBR News about this weekend's new Star Wars spoof, the show's friendly rivalry with “Family Guy,” and his love for Billy Dee Williams.
Fans that managed to get into the overstuffed, turning people away at the door NYCC Venture Bros. panel were not at all disappointed with the presentation. CBR News was there to bring you a full report.