Articles tagged adult swim

Running From Sane: An Interview with Adult Swim’s Jason DeMarco

Jason DeMarco is the man behind Adult Swim's Singles Program, was instrumental in getting Run the Jewels together, and still geeks out over Slayer. DangerDoom's album just turned 10, Singles Program 2015 just finished, and DeMarco looks back on all of it with PopMatters.

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Liars Contribute to Adult Swim Singles Series (MP3)

Previous entries include Wavves, Flying Lotus, and Wye Oak.

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Cerebral Ballzy: Cerebral Ballzy

Guess which half of their name the members of hardcore goofballs Cerebral Ballzy more closely align themselves on their stellar debut?

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Moving Pixels Podcast: 2011 Flash Game Round Up

The Moving Pixels podcast discusses a few of this year's flash game releases, including High Tea, Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars, and The Man with the Invisible Trousers.

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A Study in Sado-Masochism: ‘Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars’

Like a "women in prison" movie, in reverse.

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‘The Venture Bros.’ on an Adolescent Growth Spurt

The latest DVD installment of The Venture Bros. shows all the signs of an aging series, both sophisticated and awkward.

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Adult Swim’s ‘Jetpack Jackass’ (game)

Jetpack Jackass is a simple but addictive Flash game in the spirit of such mobile gaming favorites as Papi Jump and Doodle Jump. You play

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Narrative Integrity and Brock Samson

One of the greatest examples of character evolution in a television series is Brock Samson, from Jackson Publick’s The Venture Bros.

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29 Apr 2009 // 8:00 AM

It was 15 years ago this month that one of the great ideas in cable TV was born, pretty much out of complete boredom. Ted Turner

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20 Jan 2009 // 3:34 AM

Preview: The ‘Tim and Eric Awesome Tour,’ 2009 edition

If you skipped last year’s Tim and Eric Awesome Tour because tickets sold out almost immediately at every tour date, good news: Tim Heidecker

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1 Jan 1995 // 12:03 AM

Adult Swim


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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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