Check Out This Years' SDCC Panels: Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken & Genndy Tartakovsky's PrimalPosted about 2 months ago
San Diego Comic-Con 2019
Emmy-winning Genndy Tartakovsky, along with art director Scott Wills and composer Tyler Bates, introduces his newest and most daring work, Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal.
The Rick and Morty cast and crew – Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon, Spencer Grammer, Chris Parnell and Sarah Chalke – dish about the long-awaited season 4. Moderated by Rob Schrab.
The Robot Chicken gang – Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard, Milana Vayntrub, Tom Root, Donald Faison, Katee Sackhoff and Breckin Meyer – answer your burning questions. Moderated by Keith Crofford.
San Diego Comic-Con 2018
The cast and crew of Venture Bros. including Jackson Publick, James Urbaniak, and Michael Sinterniklaas reminisce on seasons past and explain the lengthy hiatus.
The cast and crew of FLCL: Alternative, including Kari Wahlgren, Megan Harvey, and Mitsuhisa Ishikawa, detail the long road back to the world of FLCL and how the show has influenced their lives.
The cast and crew of Robot Chicken, including special guest Rachel Bloom talk about their favorite sketches, characters, and moments in making the new season.
Guided by Jimmi Simpson, the cast and crew of DreamCorp LLC including Stephen Merchant, Nick Rutherford, and Jon Gries explore the mind-bending reality of their show and what fans can look forward to in Season 2.
San Diego Comic-Con 2017
The cast and creators reveal the real reason season 3 has taken so long.
The duo behind MTM share what it’s like to solve mysteries with Mike Tyson.
Tyler, The Creator, Lionel Boyce, Carl Jones and Phil LaMarr discuss what it’s like to be adopted by a family of jelly fish.
Tyler, the Creator talks representation in his newest animated series The Jellies!
The Robot Chicken gang discuss the upcoming Walking Dead special.
San Diego Comic-Con 2016
Breckin Meyer explains what porn is, and it only gets weirder from there.
Brad Neely & crew give a fast and loose Q and A.
Creators and cast talk about Rick as a pickle.
Genndy Tartakovsky, Bryan Andrews, Scott Wills, Darrick Bachman, and Craig Kellman share exclusive details about Samurai Jack's return.
San Diego Comic-Con 2015
New York Comic Con 2014
Co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland are joined by Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell and moderator Steve Brandano to expand the world of Rick and Morty, sell some Blu-rays and get even more mileage out of our sweat-drenched Mr. Meeseeks costume.
Iron Mike takes the stage (alongside Hugh Davidson, Rachel Ramras and Larry Wilmore) for another round of questions and answers about what, exactly, his show is about. Here’s a hint: it’s a mystery.
Go grab a silly hat; it’s that time again. We’re looking at you, Breckin.
The gloves come off, as does the dog puppet, when Robert Smigel, Jack McBrayer, and some sort of hobo wizard take the stage to explain their new show.
Join the minds and faces behind The Holler as they receive their fans with hostility and deflection. If you can make it through the first four and half minutes, you’re golden.
San Diego Comic-Con 2014
The brains behind The Venture Bros. discuss pee stains, presidential diarrhea, and, yes, their show.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog addresses a fantastic gathering of nerds (wait for it)... FOR HIM TO POOP ON.
Learn more about the upcoming second season from showrunners Birdperson, Gazorpazorpfield, Chip Chompers and Pizza McLizza.
Mike Tyson expresses giddy delight in literally becoming a cartoon character.
The Robot Chicken gang enjoys yet another victory lap amongst the nerd faithful.
Rob Huebel and Rob Corddry field questions while Nick Weidenfeld moderates and Mike Lazzo plays Sonic 2 on his iPad.
New York Comic Con 2013
How much genital caressing can you get for 60 bucks? Listen and learn as Doc and Jackson answer fan questions before yet another captive New York audience.
Score a front-row seat as the self-satisfied cast and crew of Robot Chicken as they discuss their second DC special and an upcoming collaboration with Bryan Cranston.
The cast and crew of China, IL discuss the Hogan Family, American history and Baby Cakes' messianic role in modern Judaism.
San Diego Comic-Con 2013
Show creators Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick have their new speed suits installed and Patrick Warburton by their side. Your questions do not stand a chance.
San Diego's favorite anti-terrorism strike force kicks back to enjoy a delightful conversation with a room full of fans. Casualties were kept to a minimum!
The stars of Childrens Hospital steel themselves for an hour of awkward questions and softball pitches. You should have known better, people. They're professionals.
The creators, writers and voices behind Robot Chicken are joined by some surprise guests to dive into the filthy details of the latest season, from rip-offs to magic eyes and beyond.
The creators, crew and cast of Adult Swim's upcoming animated series are challenged to explain what their show is about before a live audience of confused strangers.
Keep on doing your art, even if your mom doesn't get it.
Show creator Brad Neely is joined by cast and crew to discuss creative collaborations and the soullessness of eyes without pupils.
Shows are revealed. New seasons are teased. Celebrities are electrocuted. Hollywood is manhandled. Also, somewhere in there, fans ask a few questions.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011
New York Comic Con 2010
Be a fly on the wall as the cast and crew of Childrens Hospital whisper their precious faux-medical secrets into the waiting ears of an adoring New York audience.
The brilliant minds behind Delocated unleash their precious, filthy secrets all over an adoring New York audience.
Discover what's in store for Robot Chicken's fifth season as Seth Green, Matt Senreich, and Clare Grant conduct a very special Q&A, now with 100% more former child star power.
Show creators Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick are joined in New York by Mike Sinterniklaas, voice of Dean Venture, for some old-fashioned, classic format Q&A.
San Diego Comic-Con 2010
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.
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.
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?"
The cast of Childrens Hospital gives the 2010 Comic-Con crowd a taste of what it's like to save a life.
San Diego Comic-Con 2009
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.
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?"
San Diego Comic-Con 2008
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.
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.