DC All Access Goes Behind The Scenes Of The Robot Chicken Villains Special With Sex Luthor
Today is April Fool’s Day, so DC All Access has turned their entire program over to Geoff Johns, Seth Green, and the Robot Chicken gang so they can talk about the upcoming villains-themed special. Besides revealing that the episode would air on April 6th, the crew offered up the first look at the new show that focuses entirely on the bad guys of the DCU. It appears that Lex Luthor, and his daughter, will play major parts in the story. In fact, it looks like we’ll get a brief glimpse into Lex‘s high school days in addition to everything else. Turns out Luthor was something of a budding rock star in high school, going by the name of Sex Luthor. You can see it all for yourself (and even hear Alfred Molina say ‘Sex Luthor‘) below. Will you be tuning in to Cartoon Network this Sunday?
It’s April Fool’s Day, so we’re turning over DC All Access to Geoff Johns, Seth Green, Zeb Wells, Matt Senreich and the rest of the Robot Chicken crew for an in depth look at the upcoming Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise. We go behind the scenes and get a look at this eagerly anticipated follow-up special before talking with acclaimed actor Alfred Molina about the complexities of voicing Lex Luthor. After that, we discover the special effects that go into creating each episode before bringing you an exclusive, sunscreen-worthy clip. Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise premieres this Sunday, April 6th on Cartoon Network. Don’t miss it!
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