Halloween Supplemental: Robot Chicken DC episode — The horrifying NSFW trailer

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201111011723 Halloween Supplemental: Robot Chicken DC episode    The horrifying NSFW trailer
We meant to post this yesterday but somehow it got lost in the shuffle. This fall, Robot Chicken — the toy-motion animation satire that uses lookalikes of your favorite childhood toys to enact grisly jokes — is doing an entire 15-minute episode devoted to DC comics. Recently, Geoff Johns, a past contributor to the show, linked to the trailer — which is NSFW, we might add.

Robot Chicken is animated in the super bad style, and it’s ugly all the way, but with its laser-cutting, bloody wrist stumps, and cock ring humor, this is one of the most disturbing things we’ve ever seen.

And to think that DC used to burn books just because it was suggested that Superman might drink a beer.

Comments

  1. That’s awesome. Oh Robot Chicken, my guilty pleasure. Every fiber of my being screams that I should expect better from my entertainment, but I just can’t help laughing, when I’m pickin’ on that chicken.

  2. Barry Buchanan says:

    And they have the best end credits theme uh,…music.

  3. Disturbing, yes. But it makes me wonder why none of GL’s villains ever thought of doing that.

  4. I also wonder how he would power-up his ring now. (Disgusting lantern-porking imagery offered free of charge.)

  5. Joseph says:

    Scott, that’s hilarious. I can’t believe they didn’t add that in the sketch – you should be writing for the show!

  6. One of the very first RC shorts was a Real World-style parody with various superheros trying to live together. I fell in love with the show immediately upon seeing that very first one.

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