It’s not every episode of cult animated series Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, but Adult Swim has just made a binge-worthy selection of episodes from over nine seasons available for free and easy streaming. The occasion is a sad one—the passing of lead animator and voice actor C. Martin Croker—but there’s no better way…
Clay Martin Croker, best known as the voice of Space Ghost’s belligerent and entirely unwilling cohosts Zorak and Moltar on Cartoon Network’s seminal Space Ghost: Ghost to Coast, passed away yesterday at the age of 54.
On the list of the many, many things you’ll be missing if you aren’t attending this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, you might want to add “Virtual Rick-allity,” a new game that puts you inside the uncomfortably great Adul Swim series Rick & Morty. Please enjoy all 13 seconds of its preview trailer, here.
Let me be perfectly clear; this is an 8-minute behind-the-scenes featurette of the oh-my-god-I-can’t-believe-it’s-finally-happening season five of Samurai Jack. It includes no new footage, very little info, and only the briefest glimpses of what may be in store. Here’s why you should watch it anyway.
Adult Swim’s newest cartoon officially premieres on July 10, but you can catch a 10-minute episode of Brad Neely’s Harg Nallin Sclopio Peepio right now on an unlikely platform: Vine. It’s a clever collaboration to highlight both the show and Vine’s just-debuted feature that allows videos longer than six seconds.
Yes, Jack is indeed back. Last year we learned that Genndy Tartakovsky’s scifi-themed samurai series was making its way to TV once more, but now the first fleeting details about what’s in store for Jack in the new series have emerged—along with some gorgeous, gorgeous art.
Ever wonder what the dreams of a professional animator must look like? Adult Swim’s Off the Air videos continue to be some close approximate of that breed of visual weirdness, and Shapes is the latest installment.
There are certain shows with really clear origins. Almost everything on the CW, for example, comes from comic books. And then there are the shows that are weird and creative enough that you have to wonder a) how anyone came up with them, and b) how anyone put them on TV.
There’s never a bad time for Rick and Morty. This mashup shows that it mashes up well with just about everything, including Kendrick Lamar’s song Swimming Pools (Drank).
For Western fans, Toonami and Gundam go hand in hand—ever since the animation block aired Gundam Wing, the series in the long-running franchise that popularized Gundam in the West back in 1996. Now, for the first time in over a decade, Toonami will broadcast a Gundam series once more.
Rejoice! Adult Swim’s fantastic show Rick and Morty is coming back to television by the end of 2016, and will include more episodes than originally anticipated!
The Magicians and Lucifer premiere, and The Venture Bros. return after three years! The Vampire Diaries, The Originals and Grimm return from hiatus! Best of all: Amanda Pays is back on The Flash, Goth Felicity returns to Arrow, and Supergirl gets an impressive spike in the FX budget! Plus X-Files, Jaws, and Agent…
After what’s felt like a lifetime of waiting, the sixth season of The Venture Bros. is nearly upon us. It even feels like it’s been ages since we got our first glimpse of this new season. But a new extended trailer reveals so much more about the Venture’s new fate—and how suitably weird New York is in this universe.
Oh my god. Oh my god. Genndy Tartakovsky’s iconic cartoon series Samurai Jack, which blended scifi and Japanese swordsman awesomeness, came to an end over a decade ago now. It’s lived on in the form of comics since, but at long last, Jack is coming back to television for a whole new season of adventures.
Perhaps releasing a new trailer for anything less than 24 hours after a new Star Wars preview drops is foolhardy, but The Venture Bros. are used to danger. This first look at the long, long-awaited sixth season shows the Ventures getting a bit of good news, the Monarchs having a bit of intercourse, and the welcome…
Sometimes, one hundred seconds and not a single word of dialogue is all you need to make something eerie as hell.
Ever since the first season of Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s Adult Swim cartoon Rick and Morty knocked our socks off with a sock-removal ray, we’ve been counting down the days until the show’s return. Finally, the end is in sight—season 2 begins on July 26. Let’s get this dumb universe rollin’!
The Venture Bros. just blew themselves up. I'm not referring to Hank and Dean, actually, who used to have a nasty habit of dying horribly. I'm referring to the show itself, which returned with an hour-long special that not only brought years of storylines to an end, but set up a new status quo for the Venture universe.