Posts Tagged ‘adult swim’

Stars of Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter Interviewed at NYC Comic Con 2015

by Jesse Snyderon November 20, 2015
Can Baymax bring Law & Order to Werewolves? Find out below*! This years New York Comic Con was a blast! Why not live vicariously through us and watch Gamer Fit‘s own Antwand Pearman–or “Black Bible” as the cool kids know him–interview Scott Adsit (The voice of Baymax) and Stephanie March (Alexandra Cabot in Law & Order: SVU) about […]
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Duck Game: Guns, Jetpacks, and Feathers

by Jen Galikon June 2, 2015
Originally released on OUYA back in December of last year (and coming to Steam on June 4), Duck Game is a title in which ducks have taken over the world as we know it. Done with being the cute and cuddly creatures hailed by internet memes and YouTube videos, these guys have set up their own civilization in […]

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Robot Chicken: Breckin Meyer Wants to Be Deadpool #NYCC14

by GeeLWon November 11, 2014
  Previously on GamerFitnation, actor and Robot Chicken writer Breckin Meyer took a few jabs from fellow creators Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells. Of course, he had to get in some equal time. Thanks to this round-robin interview, he does just that. Tamika “REDinfamy” Moultrie sets things up, and with Antwand “BlackBible” Pearman passing the microphone, […]
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Robot Chicken: Senreich & Wells Talk Funny @ NYCC

by GeeLWon November 5, 2014
Seven seasons, 139 episodes, and 9 specials in, Adult Swim’s always hilarious Robot Chicken shows no signs of slowing down at all. In addition to appearing on Adult Swim, syndicated Robot Chicken episodes have been airing on TBS since October 20, with the run ending November 14. If you’ve never seen the show at all […]


Robot Chicken Interview at NYCC ’13

by Matthew Van Dykeon October 23, 2013
Bunnies hate children and Family Guy is a friend GamerFitNation interviews Breckin Meyer and Matthew Senreich, writers for Robot Chicken, at New York Comic Con 2013. Watch to find out the specifics on their relationship with Family Guy, and hear about deleted scenes too risqué even for them to put up.  The statement about the […]