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In a clip from Sunday's "Robot Chicken Lots of Holidays Special," Santa Claus has some trouble putting together his naughty and nice list.
Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron discuss their new comedy-Western "A Million Ways to Die in the West," and working with Liam Neeson.
Augie looks at a huge comic art auction in Paris, the use of overlap in art to create dimension, and "Amazing Spider-Man" #300.
At Comic-Con International, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Ann Druyan spoke about the return of "Cosmos" and the “heartbreaking” state of science in the United States.
The creators and cast of Fox's "American Dad!" gathered at CCI to sing, dance, preview the upcoming season, and delve into some of the more controversial elements of the animated sitcom.
Creator Seth MacFarlane and the cast and producers of "Family Guy" descended on Comic-Con International for a raucous panel filled with clips, kissing and fans as offbeat as the show itself.
"Ted" star and director Seth MacFarlane and co-stars Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis sit down with SPINOFF for a roundtable discussion of the upcoming film and its origins.
Seth MacFarlane's "Ted" makes the misadventures of a magical stuffed bear believable with gross-out humor, situational comedy, rapid-fire pop-reference verbal tics and the comic talent of Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis.
The movie's a hit, the fanbase is there and Seth MacFarlane wants to make one, so SPINOFF is wondering where the new "Star Trek" TV show is, already.
CBR has learned exclusively that Titan Comics has acquired the rights to publish a "Family Guy" comic series in the U.S., with the first issue slated to hit newsstands and comic book stores in July.
It’s "The Cleveland Show!" Spun from the depths of "Family Guy," it’s already got a second season approved before the first has seen the light of day. But we’ve got the scoop on exclusive Comic-Con previews.
Comic-Con's "Family Guy" panel brought news of abortion episode too hot for TV, voice actors who really love each other, and a sneak peak and the upcoming "Empire Strikes Back" parody episode: “Something, Something Dark Side.”
Seth MacFarlane and the casts and crews of "Family Guy" and "American Dad" met with fans at Comic-Con International to give an inside look into the production of both shows, tease new episodes and talk Star Wars.