The Dark Knight's greatest enemy may not be the central antagonist of the next Batman video game but that doesn't mean you can't hear Mark Hamill do his rendition of the Joker anymore. This Clown Prince of Crime? He literally poops on Batman. Thanks, Robot Chicken!
No one wants to look bad in front of Kratos. According to this Robot Chicken animated spot for Killzone: Shadow Fall, God of War's heroic brute is very active on Facebook, so think before you hit that share button.
On the one hand, I'm extremely excited to see an Adult Swim/Valve mix that doesn't just involve a sign-up sheet and a hat.
Peach may love Mario, but as this clip from Robot Chicken shows, her parents are a little less enamoured by the Mushroom Kingdom's saviour.
File this one under: "What the hell do I even do with this information?" The guys behind Robot Chicken (including Joker himself, Seth Green) are making a new animated show called Star Wars Detours that will mercilessly, if lovingly, mock Star Wars. George Lucas has even given them his stamp of approval.
Remember when Valve was teaming up with Adult Swim and I almost had a heart attack? You probably don't remember the heart attack. It was a good/bad day.
He also appeared in the Austin Powers and a bunch of other stuff. But we're not talking about that right now.
Everyone I've talked to has warned me away from Star Wars: the Force Unleashed II, but damn if the wizards at Robot Chicken don't make it incredibly compelling.
If you're going to make fun of Castlevania, you can focus on one of two things: tiny shorts or whips. This clip from a recent Robot Chicken episode has made its call.
Robot Chicken is pretty damn popular. And it got that way by poking fun at popular culture. Movies, books, comics, TV shows, even action figures. But what happens when Robot Chicken crosses paths with video games?