Adult Swim Announces New Season of Samurai Jack

Adult Swim has announce that JACK IS BACK. Creator and executive producer Genndy Tartakovsky continues the epic story of Samurai Jack with a new season that will premiere on Adult Swim’s Toonami block in 2016. The new season is currently in production in Los Angeles at Cartoon Network Studios.

Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship premieres 10/18 on Adult Swim

DC Comics Super-Villains and Super-Heroes reunite in the new half-hour Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship premiering Sunday, October 18th at Midnight (ET/PT) on Adult Swim. Season eight of Robot Chicken kicks off one week later.


Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Friendship is Magic

Image Credit: Robot Chicken

Image Credit: Robot Chicken

Press Release

Robot Chicken is teaming up with DC Comics again for a third rendezvous with villains and heroes in the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Friendship Is Magic. The special and season eight of the Emmy Award®-winning series will premiere this fall on Adult Swim.

          The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Friendship Is Magic surrenders DC Comics multitude of Super Heroes and Super-Villains to the demented whims of the award-winning Robot Chicken for a triumphant third time. This time around, Batman and Superman’s bromance takes a competitive turn and the fate of the universe somehow hangs in the balance! The all-star cast includes Seth Green, Matt Senreich, Breckin Meyer, Alfred Molina, Nathan Fillion, Weird Al Yankovic, Alex Borstein, Giovanni Ribisi, Jonathan Banks, Mae Whitman, Hugh Davidson, Dee Bradley Baker, Zeb Wells, Kevin Shinick, plus Adam West and Burt Ward.

          The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Friendship Is Magic is executive produced by Robot Chicken creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner, along with DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, and President, Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Digital Series Sam Register. The special is directed by Tom Sheppard (Annoying Orange) and Zeb Wells. Head writers/co-executive producers Douglas Goldstein and Tom Root and co-executive producer Kevin Shinick are joined as writers by writer Mike Fasolo, as well as Hugh Davidson (Mike Tyson Mysteries), Green, J. T. Krul, Breckin Meyer, Senreich and Sheppard.

          Robot Chicken uses stop-motion animation to bring pop-culture parodies to life in a modern take on the variety/sketch show format. The award-winning series began airing in February 2005 and remains among the top-rated original series on Adult Swim. Robot Chicken is executive produced by Robot Chicken creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner. Green and Senreich also write, voice and with Tom Sheppard, direct the multiple Annie Award-winning series.  Robot Chicken head writers/executive producers Douglas Goldstein and Tom Root are joined by season eight writers Deirdre Devlin, Jeff Eckman, Mike Fasolo, Shelby Fero, Joel Hurwitz, J.T. Krul, Jason Reich, Mehar Sethi, Sheppard, Erik Weiner and Brian Wysol. 

          Robot Chicken season eight has begun production with plans to get eight times the normal number of superstar actors to provide their voices for the show. (Correction: The previous sentence is financially impossible. Robot Chicken will feature our normal number of famous voice actors, which is a lot.)

DC Entertainment, home to iconic brands DC Comics (Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, The Flash), Vertigo (Sandman, Fables) and MAD, is the creative division charged with strategically integrating its content across Warner Bros. Entertainment and Time Warner.  DC Entertainment works in concert with many key Warner Bros. divisions to unleash its stories and characters across all media, including but not limited to film, television, consumer products, home entertainment and interactive games. Publishing thousands of comic books, graphic novels and magazines each year, DC Entertainment is one of the largest English-language publisher of comics in the world. 

          Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) is one of the leading producers of animation in the entertainment industry, producing and developing both CG and traditionally animated projects for multiple platforms, both domestically and internationally. For TV, WBA produces series such as Teen Titans Go!, The Tom and Jerry Show and the upcoming Be Cool Scooby-Doo! and Wabbit – A Looney Tunes Production for Cartoon Network as well as Mike Tyson Mysteries for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. As the home of the iconic animated characters from the DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, MGM and Looney Tunes libraries, WBA also produces highly successful animated films — including the DC Universe Animated Original Movies — for DVD. One of the most-honored animation studios in history, WBA has won six Academy Awards®, 35 Emmy® Awards, the George Foster Peabody Award, an Environmental Media Award, a Parents’ Choice Award, the HUMANITAS Prize, two Prism Awards and 20 Annie Awards (honoring excellence in animation).

Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is an artist-friendly collective that houses some of the finest talent in all of animation. The company has a knack for creating unique visuals and telling character driven stories with an uncanny sensibility. The company’s two-building campus and state-of-the-art facility located in Burbank, CA, makes it the largest studio specializing in stop-motion animation in California. The company’s work covers the animation gamut, ranging from charming hand-crafted animation all the way to high-end feature quality animation.

Adult Swim (AdultSwim.com), launched in 2001, is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.’s network offering of original and acquired animated and live-action series for young adults. Airing nightly from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. (ET/PT), Adult Swim is basic cable’s #1 network and is seen in 96 million U.S. homes.

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.

 

Image Credit: Robot Chicken

Image Credit: Robot Chicken


Mike Tyson Mysteries Series Premiere Review

Mike Tyson Mysteries Series Premiere Review

What happens when you combine the style of the Scooby Doo cartoons with the personality of one Mike Tyson? Believe it or not you get a pretty entertaining show entitled "Mike Tyson Mysteries." One thing Mike Tyson Mysteries does well is knowing it's identity. The show does exactly what it's design to do and the put Mike Tyson in strange situations and solve mysteries.

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Interview With Mike Tyson

Interview With Mike Tyson

We had a chat with the one and only Iron Mike Tyson this about his upcoming show at "Mike Tyson Mysteries" which will air on Adult Swim on Monday October 27th 2014. Mike talks about the concept of the show and more.

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Adult Swim Tyrannic Maiden Voyage at New York Comic Con

Adult Swim Tyrannic Maiden Voyage at New York Comic Con

Hey Otakus and Geeks Fans, New York Comic Con was amazing this year. One of the Highlights of the Con, was an Event thrown by Adult Swim on a Yacht. The Tyrannic Maiden Voyage was a  RSVP only event that took fans on a cruise on the Hudson River around New York. Myself, Nice Guy J2P, and Nathaniel Huggins got our invites, boarded the yacht, and had no idea just what a great party this was going to be.

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Mike Tyson Mysteries Premieres October 27th on Adult Swim

Adult Swim announced today that their new animated adult comedy series, Mike Tyson Mysteries, will premiere on Monday, October 27th at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT. The original series from Warner Bros. Animation stars Mike Tyson himself and as the network builds on its big summer ratings, the show is poised to knock out the Monday night competition. In Mike Tyson Mysteries, Mike Tyson is taking the fight from the boxing ring to the streets … by solving mysteries! Aided by the Mike Tyson Mystery Team — the Ghost of the Marquess of Queensberry, Mike's adopted Korean daughter Yung Hee, and a pigeon who was once a man — Mike Tyson will answer any plea sent to him. If you have a problem that needs solving, Iron Mike is in your corner. The gloves come off in this quarter-hour series as the former heavyweight champ and his team gears up for weekly adventures as they put unsolved mysteries down for the count. Mike Tyson Mysteries stars Mike Tyson, Norm Macdonald (Saturday Night Live), Rachel Ramras (MAD) and Oscar® winner Jim Rash (The Way Way Back, Community), and is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!, MAD, The Looney Tunes Show) serves as executive producer with Hugh Davidson (MAD, The Looney Tunes Show, Robot Chicken) as producer.


The Boondocks Return For Final Season On Adult Swim April 21st

The wait is finally over! The Boondocks will return for it's fourth on final season this year on Adult Swim April 21st. The new season finds Huey, Riley and Granddad encountering a roster of characters, both new and familiar, in uproarious situations, including Granddad’s dating a long lost Kardashian sister; their friend Tom DuBois acting as R&B bad boy “Pretty Boy Flizzy’s” lawyer in exchange for relationship advice; Granddad’s love affair with Siri on his new iPhone; and the Freemans’ foray into the lethal black market of the hair-care industry à la “Breaking Bad.” Throughout the final season, an eclectic mix of hip-hop artists, actors, comedians and media personalities will voice guest characters on the series, including Jenifer Lewis (Think Like a Man), Dennis Haysbert (24), Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Ghostface Killah, CeeLo, Lil Wayne, Donald Faison (Scrubs), Aisha Tyler (Balls of Fury), Kym Whitley (Reno 911!), Tichina Arnold (Everybody Hates Chris), Mo’Nique (The Parkers), Marion Ross (Happy Days), Tavis Smiley, Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Bill Duke (X-Men: The Last Stand), and Cedric the Entertainer (Talk to Me). Reprising their guest roles from last season are Xzibit, Charlie Murphy, MTV’s Sway and Katt Williams, among others. Check out some stills from the final season below.
Granddad is confronted with a new roommate in season four of The Boondocks, premiering on Monday, April 21st at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Adult Swim.
Sarah and Tom DuBois have marital issues in season four of The Boondocks, premiering on Monday, April 21st at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Adult Swim.
Uncle Ruckus and Granddad square off in season four of The Boondocks, premiering on Monday, April 21st at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Adult Swim.

Granddad, Riley and Huey encounter financial woes in season four of The Boondocks, premiering on Monday, April 21st at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Adult Swim.




 

Adult Swim Announces New Series/Pilots


Today Adult Swim announced there new shows and returning shows for the upcoming season. I'am happy to see that Robot Chicken DC Special is getting a sequel and Boondocks is getting season 4. Mike Tyson Mysteries sounds interesting, check out the official slate below. 

New original series and specials:

·         RICK AND MORTY – Rick and Morty is about a genius inventor grandfather and his less than genius grandson, and the journeys in life they share. From Dan Harmon (Community, Channel 101) and Justin Roiland. Animated half-hour.

·         MR. PICKLES – In Mr. Pickles, the urban sprawl of modern society pollutes the old-fashioned town where the Goodman family lives with their lovable pet dog, Mr. Pickles, a deviant border collie with a secret satanic streak. From creators Will Carsola and Dave Stewart (Funny Or Die Presents Nick Swardson's Pretend Time). Animated quarter-hour.


·         MIKE TYSON MYSTERIES - In the new animated comedy series Mike Tyson Mysteries, Mike Tyson is taking the fight from the boxing ring to the streets… by solving mysteries! Armed with a magical tattoo on his face and a trusty associate by his side — a talking pigeon — if you have a problem that needs solving, Iron Mike is in your corner. The series incorporates live-action appearances featuring Mighty Mike himself, and the gloves come off as the former heavyweight champ and his fowl-mouthed partner gear up for weekly adventures as they put unsolved mysteries — like how to defeat a super computer at chess or why a famous author/werewolf can’t finish his novel — down for the count. Animated quarter-hour from Warner Bros Animation.

·         KING STAR KING – King Star King features a punk rock, modern day he-man who falls from the realm of the gods to land as a fry cook in a slummy waffle joint. King Star King must regain his memory to defeat the evil (and adorable) Spring Bunny and rescue his love, the megababe Princess Snow White. Only then will King Star King regain his rightful place in the heavens. From artist JJ Villard (Monsters Vs. Aliens). Animated quarter-hour.

·         YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING TO HELL – This new live-action series from Adult Swim is a workplace comedy about Gary, an associate demon, as he attempts to capture souls on earth in order to climb the corporate ladder of the underworld. Gary hopes to advance in Hell, but he may be too stupid, lazy and kind-hearted to realize his dreams of promotion. Meanwhile, Gary’s intern Claude is more talented, more devious and will do whatever it takes to impress Satan. A Williams Street production, the show is created and directed by Dave Willis (Squidbillies, Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and Casper Kelly (Squidbillies, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Stroker & Hoop).  The series is currently presenting premiere episodes on Thursday nights at Midnight ET/PT on Adult Swim. Live-action quarter-hour.

·         ROBOT CHICKEN DC COMICS SPECIAL II – Faster than a speeding bullet! Well, maybe not but quality takes time. Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, in partnership with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, will premiere a sequel to their acclaimed Annie Award-winning Robot Chicken DC Comics Special in 2014. Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II brings you the awesomeness of the DC Comics universe of characters as only Robot Chicken can, with amazing guest stars and the stop-motion sketch comedy you've come to love after six seasons of the popular Adult Swim series. Executive producers for the second Robot Chicken DC Comics Special include Stoopid Monkey's Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, Warner Bros. Animation's Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs Sam Register, and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios' John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner.

·         METALOCALPYSE: THE DOOM STAR REQUIEM – In Metalocalypse: The Doom Star Requiem, we pick up directly after the abduction of Dethklok guitarist Toki Wartooth in the season 4 finale. With his life in danger his only salvation can come from the four most selfish human celebrities on earth—his bandmates, extreme metal band DETHKLOK. Will they be able to get past their own egos to help someone besides themselves? Find out in this one-hour heavy metal rock opera special with a completely original score. Created by Brendon Small, Metalocalypse: The Doom Star Requiem airs in October. Animated one-hour special.

·         HOT PACKAGE – Premiering in October on Adult Swim, Hot Package is a live-action fictional Canadian entertainment news program in vein of "Entertainment Tonight," "EXTRA," or "E! News.” Hot Package is created by and stars Derrick Beckles (TV Carnage), produced by Abso Lutely, with Derrick Beckles and Dave Kneebone as executive producers. Live-action quarter-hour.

Pilots:
Aaron McGruder Pilots –Two new live-action pilots from the creator of The Boondocks. Live-action quarter-hour and half-hour.
Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories: Zach’s Haunted House - Tim, Eric and Zach are elated to learn their grandfather has left them each $1,000 in his will. However, there's a catch. In order to collect the money, they must live in his haunted mansion for the rest of their lives. Are the three of them up for it? This Halloween special is written, directed and stars Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim (Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!) with Zach Galifianakis (The Hangover). Live-action half-hour.
Ghostbags – These three frat guys were douchebags while they lived, but now that they've died in a horrible car accident, absolutely nothing has changed. Created by Hayes Davenport (Eastbound and Down) and Guy Endore-Kaiser (Allen Gregory). Animated quarter-hour.
Hole to Hole - Hole to Hole follows the fabulous exploits of Ashleigh and Amelia Dangerhole, America’s sexiest billionaire detectives in a parody of ‘80s detective shows. From Pam Brady (South Park, Neighbors from Hell) and Arden Myrin (MADtv, Chelsea Lately). Live-action quarter-hour.
Filthy Sexy Teen$ – Filthy Sexy Teen$ follows the exploits of a group of teens (and one high school principal) as they attempt to climb the social ladder by any means possible, even if they have to use sex, lies, and murder to get there. It won't be easy in a school where everyone has a dark secret, and one mysterious teen is out to expose every one of them. Created by Curtis Gwinn (Walking Dead), Paul Scheer (The League, Human Giant) and Jonathan Stern (Childrens Hospital, Burning Love). Live-action quarter-hour.
Team Unicorn – Team Unicorn is a modern send-up of Saturday morning kids’ shows featuring a team of four sexy, culture-obsessed heroines who present darkly ironic twists on 80's cartoon tropes. From the creators of Robot Chicken. Live action/animation mix, quarter-hour.
Übermansion – From Stoopid Buddy Stoodios and the creators of Robot Chicken comes Übermansion, a glimpse into the mundane humanity of six superheroes all living in the same mansion. Created by Zeb Wells and Matthew Senreich, executive produced by Wells, Senreich, Seth Green, John Harvatine IV, Eric Towner and Bryan Cranston. Animated quarter-hour.
Untitled Cruise Ship Project – The corrupt employees of a trashy cruise ship are piloted into danger by their insane Scandinavian captain.  Created by Matt Harrigan (Space Ghost Coast to Coast). Live-action quarter-hour.

Returning series:
AQUA TV SHOW SHOW
BLACK DYNAMITE
THE BOONDOCKS
CHILDRENS HOSPITAL
CHECK IT OUT! WITH DR. STEVE BRULE
CHINA, IL
EAGLEHEART
THE ERIC ANDRE SHOW
THE GREATEST EVENT IN TELEVISION HISTORY
THE HEART, SHE HOLLER
INFOMERCIALS
LOITER SQUAD
NTSF:SD:SUV::
ROBOT CHICKEN


Interview With Christy Karacas & Steve Warbrick (Creators Of Adult Swim's Superjail)

We had a chat with Christy Karacas and Steve Warbrick the creators of the Adult Swim show "Superjail." We chat about how the show came to be, the challenges of Season 3 and more. The season finale of "Superjail" airs on December 9th on Adult Swim.

OtakusandGeeks.com: Let’s start from the very beginning. How did the concept of Superjail come up? 


Christy Karacas: We made a short film called “barfight” that adult swim saw and liked—it was a three minute ‘bar fight’ without any main characters or story-which you need for a TV series—so we came up with the idea of a show in a jail because you would always have an excuse for riots and violence and fighting. And then we added rainbows and all kinds of cutesy stuff on top because we love Dr. Suess and all that jazz.


OtakusandGeeks.com: Which was harder to create the storyline or the characters?


Steve Warbrick: The characters seem to be the harder of the two. In an 11 minute show it’s difficult to have characters that have more to them than just what you see.


Christy Karacas: For me I think the characters. I mean they’re super fun to draw but figuring out what makes them tick can be tough. I usually just have fun drawing them and THEN figure out what makes them tick.


OtakusandGeeks.com: Out of all the characters which one was one the biggest challenge to develop?


Christy Karacas: The Warden. It’s his show but in the beginning we weren't sure if he was really insane, or a genius or both. I think of him as a super selfish spoiled megalomaniac man child with A.D.D. and control issues.

Steve Warbrick: I think the Warden was the most difficult. He definitely took the longest to flush out. Partly because he is not so concrete. Pegging him down would have pigeon holed the show a bit.

                                             The Warden



OtakusandGeeks.com:  Can you tell us on your decision on the final animation style for the show? Was there any previous styles or concepts for the show, how did you decide on this one?

Christy Karacas: Mostly it’s how I draw, but at the same time there are some things you consider when designing for animation—like how much detail in the drawing—things like that. Also we wanted a hand drawn non-computery look, like something a kid would scribble in his notebook when they really should be studying. 

OtakusandGeeks.com:  Was there any cartoons that help influence you to create the show?

Christy Karacas: Looney Toons! Dr. Suess! Old cartoons on Seasame Street! Vince Collins! 


OtakusandGeeks.com: The show is now in its 3rd season what were some the challenges of this season compare to the previous seasons?

Steve Warbrick: I think the real challenge of this season was combining the first 2 seasons.  Finding the right balance between storyline and action. I think this season succeeded from that point of view.

Christy Karacas: This season was kind of the smoothest to be honest. I think first season we were figuring out how to translate the feel of “barfight” into a show with a stream of conscious cam moves/feel and also lots of gags and violence. In the second season we really focused on better ‘character driven’ stories and I think in the third it really came together with a good balance of both. Season three we balanced the yin yang in Superjail.

OtakusandGeeks.com:  As the series progresses we are seeing more development into The Warden character. Each season he seems to even get more crazy and mad. How has The Warden changed or progress from previous seasons into season 3?

Steve Warbrick: I think this season you really get a feel that running Superjail really is a massive task…even if you are whimsical and slightly magical.

Christy Karacas: Well, like I said before I think a lot of it was figuring out who he was and what makes him tick, you know? I think season 3 it really came together well. 

OtakusandGeeks.com: Christy you also play a few characters on the show. You play Alice the hulked up security guard and Jacknife. How did you pick which voice you would use for each character?

Christy Karacas: Originally we didn't want talking in the show but the network said no-so we were like –ok-how about just the openings-like this criminal is so dumb and crude he can’t even talk-he’s like this lizard brained criminal with the most primal desires-sex-money-booze-food-etc. They control his behavior and emotions. I also always loved that Italian cartoon ‘la linea’ with this little guy who was one line but he just screamed and yelled-he mostly screamed and freaked out-that was kind of what I got the idea for Jack Knife from. For Alice, I just tried to be a big gruff guy sounding like a girl—but not really succeeding at it but also not knowing it—kind of like a sexy Marilyn Monroe crossed  with a teenage girl and a big dumb ox. 
                                                
                                               Alice


OtakusandGeeks.com: Superjail is truly unique and it’s unlike anything on television right now. As a comedy show, do you find any pressure on staying consistent with the jokes, puns or references that the audience will connect with?

Steve Warbrick: As a rule-we never have pop cultural references in the show.  I feel like we try to take familiar situations and see how crazy we can make it.  But who knows? I could be wrong and maybe a Miley Cyrus joke will stand the test of time.


Christy Karacas: I think the biggest pressure is keeping the ‘gags’ fresh and trying to not repeat what we've done. We've done so many gags like ‘head cut off-follow it to this’ etc. Coming up with clever little twists is what makes the gags funny, like ‘eyes pop out of head, land on frying pan and are fried like eggs.’ That’s what makes the violence funny for me—that contrast of super violent and gross and ridiculous and funny at the same time.

OtakusandGeeks.com: As season 3 is coming to a close. What can we expect in the future for Superjail?

Christy Karacas: I hope season 4! I hope toys and video games. I hope a live action movie starring David Wain!!!!!!!! 

Steve Warbrick: Hopefully a season 4…and some toys!



OtakusandGeeks.com:  Here are some questions from the fans of the show? Jaime asked:  Christy is there any bloopers that you had recording Alice for season 3?

Christy Karacas: Bloopers? Well, not really. Alice is a woman of few words so it’s kind of hard to mess up her lines.

OtakusandGeeks.com: John asked: Will there be a Superjail game in the future, maybe for a mobile phone or videogame systems?

Steve Warbrick: Ya…when you finish making it.

Christy Karacas: I wish but don’t know of any.


OtakusandGeeks.com:  Nancy asked: Which characters are you mostly like in terms of humor or personality 

Steve Warbrick: I would say a bit of Alice and a bit of Jared and a bit of the Doctor.

Christy Karacas: I’m probably the most like The Warden. I have huge A.D.D., I’m impulsive, irresponsible, have a bad memory and am creative.

OtakusandGeeks.com:  Finally how can the fans keep in touch with the show?

Steve Warbrick: Follow it on the Adult Swim website.




Adult Swim Launches ThingX.com

Here is some news from our friends at Adult Swim.
Adult Swim launched today a new digital comedy website called Thing X (www.ThingX.com), which is led by former Onion editor Joe Randazzo and several other members of the popular humor site.
Thing X uses the conceptual launch point of a click-hungry web portal to satirize everything on the Internet through exclusive videos, columns, interviews, reviews, e-mails, blurbs, bleeps, cybersnips, and podcasts. The site also boasts an active social media presence, as well as original interviews and performances from comedy friends such as Tim Heidecker, Gregg Turkington, Dave Willis, and others.
“We are thrilled to be working with some of the best comedy writers in the country,” said vice president of Adult Swim Digital and Games, Jeff Olsen. “It’s an amazing talent pool and a perfect fit for our digital business.”
“This is a unique opportunity for us to create something totally new and original that is very much a product of the digital age,” said creative director Randazzo. “The content we’re making for Thing X is kind of insane. It’s going to be unlike anything else out there.”
Joining Randazzo on the creative staff are:  John Harris, head writer (former senior writer at The Onion and The Onion News Network on IFC), Joe Garden, writer/producer (former features editor of The Onion and author of The Dangerous Book for Dogs), Chris Karwowski, writer/producer (former writer/producer of Onion Radio News); Matt Kirsch, writer/producer (former digital product manager for The Onion and creator of Duder), Jason Roeder, writer/producer (former senior writer at The Onion and writer of Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk); Steve Beslow, managing editor (former senior digital editor at Golf Magazine) Audubon Dougherty, digital director (research affiliate at MIT Comparative Media Studies and former senior communications specialist at 1199SEIU)Tom Witte, art director(Wonder PetsTV Fun House, Humongous Entertainment), Nick Gallo, creative producer (former graphics director atThe Onion and executive producer of Girlhattan), and Sascha Stanton-Craven, post director (former lead editor and writer for ONN and The Onion News Network on IFC).



Season 3 of Superjail! Premieres September 30th on Adult Swim

The warden and the gang is back and the death toll will rise again with Superjail season 3. I had the pleasure to screen two episodes from the upcoming season. I won't spoil a thing, however I will say that this season is looking more wackier than ever. The body count rises again, the warden is in some insane situations and the animation is really psychedelic. Here are some stills with credit and much thanks to the people from Adult Swim. Remember Superjail premieres on Adult Swim September 30th 12:15 AM (EST/PST).


















Season three of Superjail! premieres Sunday, September 30 at 12:15 a.m. (ET, PT) on Adult Swim. Photo Credit: Adult Swim





The Warden (center—voiced by David Wain, Childrens Hospital, Wanderlust) is Superjail’s enigmatic creator with inmates and Jailbot (state-of-the-art security bot) and Jared (voiced by Teddy Cohn).  Season three of Superjail! premieres Sunday, September 30 at 12:15 a.m. (ET, PT) on Adult Swim. Photo Credit: Adult Swim







Alice (voiced by Superjail! co-creator, Christy Karacas), the head security guard, sets the rules and ruthlessly pummels any inmate brave and dumb enough to break them. Season three of Superjail! premieres Sunday, September 30 at 12:15 a.m. (ET, PT) on Adult Swim. Photo Credit: Adult Swim





Mistress (voiced by Sally Donovan) and Stingray (voiced by Eric Bauza) hash it out in a scene from season three of Superjail! premiering Sunday, September 30 at 12:15 a.m. (ET, PT) on Adult Swim. Photo Credit: Adult Swim


The inmates storm Superjail’s tower of solitary confinement and find gold along the way. Season three of Superjail! premieres Sunday, September 30 at 12:15 a.m. (ET, PT) on Adult Swim. Photo Credit: Adult Swim

Last Day Of The Robot Chicken Live Webcam Event

With the upcoming 100th Episode of Robot Chicken on the way. Their has been an online live event from the guys at Robot Chicken. If you have missed the story of Quincy the chicken and the humping robot, watch the video below and catch up. Today is the last day to view the event of Quincy and his humping robot friend. You view the live event here http://robotchicken.com/webcam/ at 2pm EST.  The best part is that Seth Green will be taking questions at 4pm EST. Be sure to watch Robot Chicken 100th Episode this Sunday 11:30 AM on Adult Swim.