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Comic-Con 2009: Robot Chicken and Titan Maximum Panel Impressions

robotchicken-072309While many Comic-Con attendees were fixated on the Avatar panel yesterday, the panel for Seth Green’s Robot Chicken (taking place at the same time as the Avatar one) didn’t go completed unnoticed.  Here are some highlights from the panel, which featured Seth Green discussing the Adult Swim series, the new show Titan Maximum and more.  Here’s TV Squad’s write-up on the panel:

Green broke out a preview look at Titan Maximum, Robot Chicken’s first spin-off. Animated in a similar style to Chicken, Maximum breaks away from the shot-form sketch comedy of its predecessor.

Each episode of the Voltron-inspired comedy follows the same characters each week as…”one hundred years in the future, Saturn’s moon Titan is defended by Titan Force Five, an elite squadron of young, brash pilots whose spaceships combine to form the giant robot Titan Maximum.”