Want to win a swank Titan Maximum wallet, or a DVD of the first season?
You can win these cool prizes from Nerdage by e-mailing mprice at opubco.com with what kind of robot you’d like to pilot! Funniest and/or most original answers will be selected by a panel of experts at Nerdage HQ. Must be 18 or over! Want to avoid creative writing and buy your own? Wallet available at the Adult Swim shop here and the DVD is available at this link.
Here’s the show description: The team that brought you Robot Chicken is ready to transport you to the far-flung future and beyond the stars with the first season of Titan Maximum on DVD! Marvel as the reunited members of Titan Force Five slam evil with their giant robotic powerhouse, Titan Maximum, and valiantly generally combat the heinous machinations of their former teammate-turned-villain, Gibbs, in his attempts to conquer the entire Solar System. This nine-episode set delivers plenty of alien monsters, Titan Power Punches, and skintight-jumpsuit-clad, catfight-prone female lieutenants.
The show was created by Robot Chicken executive producer/co-creator/writer/director Matthew Senreich and Robot Chicken co-executive producer/head writer/director Tom Root. The stop-motion, 1980s adventure recalls shows like “Thunderbirds” and “Voltron,” but with an Adult Swim twist. Set 100 years in the future, the Titan Force Five protect the Solar System as the pilots of the spaceships that combine to form the robot Titan Maximum. Robot Chicken executive producer/co-creator/writer/director Seth Green serves as the show’s executive producer along with Senreich and Root, and also voices the show’s villain, Gibbs. Robot Chicken veterans Breckin Meyer, Rachael Leigh Cook, Dan Milano, Eden Espinosa and Billy Dee Williams serve as voice actors for the series.
- Matt Price