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From creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, 'Robot Chicken' is stop-motion animation with a demented twist.
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From creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, 'Robot Chicken' is stop-motion animation with a demented twist.

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The show is based on a regular feature in ToyFare magazine, of which Matthew Senreich was the Editor. The feature was titled "Twisted Toyfare Theater" and had various toys in bizarre situations. Then, Senreich interviewed Seth Green for his magazine, and Green approached Senreich about doing an animated series based on the magazine feature. The result was an Internet series titled "Sweet J Presents", which aired on Sony's website in 2001. Green and Senreich then pitched the show to the Cartoon Network. See more »

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Brilliant social commentary and plenty of laughs!
26 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Creators Seth Green (Austin Powers, Family Guy, Idle Hands) and Matt Senreich bring you priceless comedy and social commentary in the form of stop-motion animation. Green uses his extensive knowledge of all things pop culture to create spoofs of everything from Star Wars to Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. The majority of characters are shown as familiar action figures (everything from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to Transformers, and even Voltron). Fans of classic 80's shows such as G.I. Joe or He-Man will find their favourite characters once again return to life with new demented and funny attitudes. Those providing voices include: Seth MacFarline, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, Linda Cardellini, Breckin Meyer and more!


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