Adult Swim's Robot Chicken is celebrating 200 episodes of stop motion pop culture parody this year.
For some people, getting older means putting away childish things. For Seth Green, not only did he not put away his toys, he put them to work. The result became Robot Chicken, the stop motion sketch comedy show he created with Matthew Senreich.
Originating as Sweet J Presents on Sony’s Screenblast.com in 2001, Robot Chicken debuted on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim in February 2005, just weeks after Green’s 31st birthday. The show combined toys and claymation figures to comment on modern popular culture and nostalgically lampoon both the classics and the obscure. Now, 14 years later, the series is about to celebrate its 10th season, 200th episode, and make a triumphant return to Sdcc.
Meanwhile, Green, known for his work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Family Guy, and his recent live-action feature directorial debut,