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CRACKLE BRINGS EMMY-NOMINATED SERIES ‘SUPERMANSION’ TO NEW YORK COMIC CON WITH PANEL FEATURING CO-CREATORS ZEB WELLS AND MATTHEW SENREICH PEGGED TO ORIGINAL SPECIAL ‘SUPERMANSION: DRAG ME TO HALLOWEEN’
PANEL IS SET FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH AT 6:45 PM
In the all-new stop-motion animated Crackle original special “SuperMansion: Drag Me to Halloween,” premiering Thursday, October 5th on the free streaming network, the League of Freedom experiences all the fun and adventures of Halloween. It’s Titanium Rex’s (voice of Bryan Cranston) least favorite night of the year, fraught with beautiful ghosts, demonic spirits, evil dentists, and even some unforeseen attractions mixed in. Special guests include comedians Lake Bell (“Childrens Hospital”) as Millicent and Phil LaMarr (“Futurama”). In addition to Cranston, the special guests join “SuperMansion” stars Keegan-Michael Key (voice of American Ranger), Jillian Bell (voice of Viking Woman, Clown Girl), Tucker Gilmore (voice of Black Saturn), Zeb Wells (voice of Robobot) and Heidi Gardner (voice of Cooch). Get all the scoop on what goes down in the making of the hit Emmy-nominated series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. Be prepared for ghost stories, surprises, and more. Don’t be afraid.
WHO: The show’s co-creators Zeb Wells (“Robot Chicken”) and Matthew Senreich (“Robot Chicken”).
WHEN: Panel: Thursday, October 5th from 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm in Room 1A10
In “SuperMansion,” Titanium Rex is the aging leader of the League of Freedom, a once-proud assembly of super heroes that isn’t what it used to be. Together, they harness their super powers and fight for justice, liberty … and the need to stay relevant to society. From the creators of Robot Chicken, “SuperMansion” S1 & S2 are available to stream on Crackle.
Bryan Cranston, Seth Green, John Harvatine, Eric Towner and James Degus are executive producers of “SuperMansion.” Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells are the series’ creators, writers and executive producers. The series is a twice nominated 2016 Emmy Awards contender for “Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance” – one for Keegan-Michael Key, the other for Chris Pine.