Matt Senreich, Seth Green and an enormous menagerie of the Robot Chicken crew headed to the San Diego Comic-Con to talk to fans about the new Star Wars special, celebrity guest stars and Smurf wars. And Breckin Meyer and Doug Goldstein fight it out once and for all to decide who actually wrote The Emperor's Phone Call sketch.
Venture Bros. creator Jackson Publick and Michael Sinterniklaas (the voice of Dean Venture) brave the multitudes of the San Diego Comic Con to talk about their third season and drop hints about where the show is going in the future.
Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick descended to Atlanta from Astro-Base to answer fans questions about the Season 3 Finale of the show. Sorry, fans-of-Henchman-24: you're not going to love all of the news.
Dana Snyder, Ned Hastings, Jim Fortier, Dave Willis and Daniel McDevitt made the trek down to the Atlanta Dragon*Con to share information about the new seasons of Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Squidbillies, only to also get the opportunity be insulted by one angry fan.
Creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich are joined by the Robot Chicken writing team and director Chris McKay to answer burning questions such as "Who voices the Lohans?" and "If Snake Eyes is a silent ninja, how does he order a sandwich?"
Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer are joined by James Urbaniak (voice of Dr. Venture), Mike Sinterniklaas (voice of Dean) and Jon Schnepp (director of Metalocalypse) to relieve tension about which non-Venture characters make appearances in Season 4.
Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer brave the crowds at Dragon Con to talk about the impending release of Season 4, the lives and times of the Orpheus Family and the outcome of the most ridiculous fantasy fight of all time.
Squidbillies co-creators Dave Willis and Jim Fortier, along with voice actors Dana Snyder and Unknown Hinson, unleashed the majesty of Squidbillies (along with some Unknown acoustic performances) on the throngs of Dragon*Con fans.
Creators and cast from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and Mary Shelley's Frankenhole answer such burning fan questions as "Your wife is my teacher," and "How do you know each other?"
Creators of Robot Chicken, Metalocalypse and The Venture Bros. hunker down for an intimate discussion with fans about their respective shows, little league teams and how to hump your friends with toys.
Patrick Warburton and James Urbaniak join creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss the second half of season 4, the new Venture Bros. toys, Patrick's car, James' voice, Doc's hair and Jackson's nipples.
The laws of standard panel Q&A's give way to dynamic video gold as Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick dive headfirst into a crowd of their adoring fans to field questions, drop knowledge, and deliver roses to the ladies.
Panelists Patton Oswalt, Heather Lawless, Kristen Schaal, John Lee, Leo Fitzpatrick, Alyson Levy, Joseph Sikora, and special guest moderator David Cross heal hearts and expand minds at New York Comic Con 2011.
Season 4 Premieres Aug. 9 at midnight! The stars and staff of television's most beloved pediatric drama discuss the newest season, spoilers for Suits, and uncomfortable clown makeup before a live Comic-Con audience.