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Series creator and star Rob Corddry teases that Thursday's season finale of Adult Swim's "Childrens Hospital" will be "shocking in sort of every way."
"The Heart, She Holler" co-creator John Lee, and comedian David Cross headlined a NYCC panel about the weirdest show on Adult Swim.
The "Robot Chicken" staff teased their upcoming season, the "DC Special: Villains in Paradise" special with Zac Efron as Superboy and more.
"Robot Chicken" co-creators Seth Green and Matt Senreich - with a cameo by Breckin Meyer - discussed the Adult Swim show's seventh season and second DC Comics Special.
"The Venture Bros." creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer answered questions, called out cosplayers and even cut a rug with one lucky fangirl.
The iconic "Saw" villain brings his signature brand of torture to his rent-skipping roommate in an exclusive, unused sketch for the sixth season of "Robot Chicken," which arrives next week on Blu-ray and DVD.
The cast of Adult Swim's "NTSF:SD:SUV" spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE at the premiere of this week's half-hour "movie event," which finds the team heading off to London.
Brad Neely brings the Professor Brothers and Baby Cakes back to Adult Swim for a second season of "China, IL," and SPINOFF spoke with him and executive producer Daniel Weidenfeld about what viewers can expect.
Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, creators of the upcoming Adult Swim show "Rick and Morty," stopped by the CBR yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss developing the animated series and more.
"The Venture Bros." creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer brought their usual brand of humor and chaos -- not to mention voice actor Patrick Warburton -- to Comic-Con International.
Patton Oswalt, Amy Sedaris, Heather Lawless and executive producers John Lee and Alison Levy premiered a sneak peek from the second season of Adult Swim's "The Heart, She Holler."
Southern Gothic drama "The Heart, She Holler" returns in September to Adult Swim, with the producers and stars at Comic-Con promising scenes that will make make David Cronenberg cry.
J.G. Quintel, creator of Cartoon Network's Emmy-winning "Regular Show," takes SPINOFF ONLINE behind the scenes of the animated comedy and teases what to expect from the fifth season.
Emmy award-winning writer Zeb Wells spoke with CBR TV about working in both comics and television, his "Übermansion" pilot with Bryan Cranston, keeping Jeph Loeb's basic "Nova" plans in place and more.
"Robot Chicken" co-creator Matt Senreich and writer/director Zeb Wells spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about what viewers can expect from Sunday's Christmas special, comment on Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm and more.
After killing off legions of characters in "The Walking Dead," Robert Kirkman gets his just desserts on the November 18 episode of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken."
Geek power couple Seth Green and Clare Grant discuss the current season of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken," the upcoming guest appearance by Joss Whedon, and their hopes for a Marvel special.
The creators and animators of Adult Swim’s "Superjail!" spoke at New York Comic Con about the third season of the Adult Swim animated series and the challenges of killing inmates every episode.
Seth Green, Kevin Shinick, Macaulay Culkin and company teased the season finale of "Robot Chicken" at NYCC, announced the show's renewal and answered plenty of probing questions from fans.
The trailer for the much-discussed "Robot Chicken DC Comics Special," which features an all-star voice cast including Neil Patrick Harris, Afred Molina, Nathan Fillion and Megan Fox.
The cast of Adult Swim’s "Black Dynamite" won over the audience at CCI with a screening of a crude, but hilarious first episode of the animated series.
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.