Thursday, August 31, 2006


Check this comparison between "My neighbor was a teenage robot"
and "It came from next door" episode scenes.
1. Tuck's rolling in / Tuck's rolling out.
2. Not Avoiding the rocks / Avoiding the rocks.
3. Renzetti as the mad ice creamer / A guy as the mad ice creamer.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Battle with old Foes

The saga of DarkJenny continues! Fanart by Glen B. Wang.
Artist's note: "Once again, it takes place in the same period as my
previous drawing, only this time, though, Brit and Tiff, now return
as ghosts of the past, seem to regain their superpowers by acquiring
the crystals (from the episode 'Dressed To Kill') and are determined
to destroy New Tremorton! Can Dark Jenny stop them and
lay the girls to rest in peace before it's too late?".

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Emmy Hits and Misses

Our Pre-Party was definitely a big hit. The ceremony was LONG and we DIDN'T win! But it was all worth it to see Bryan Arnett on stage getting his pretty little statue. The Governor's Ball afterwards was a ... ball. It was great getting the TR Gang together again!

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Today is the Day!

From now, as part of Channel Frederator episode 44, we'll be showing
the short "My Neighbor was a Teenage Robot", Rob's original
"Oh! Yeah Cartoons!" film. You'll be able to download it from iTunes
or see it by visiting
Thanks to Eric for this note!

Monday, August 21, 2006


A great action fanart from Glen B. Wang.
This is a kind of sequel since his last fanart published here
some time ago.
Note from the author: "Here, a lone hero known as
DarkJenny faces off with the new leader of the Cluster
(no, that's not Queen Vexus)".

Thursday, August 17, 2006

MLaaTR Kiddies

A funny fanart from XJKenny.
Note from the author: "I want to show that in MLaaTR, maybe
things could also be fun if all the characters somehow become more
younger version of themselves. Although teenage is the main theme,
I still wanted to try it out in kids versions. Thanks."

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Teenage Boys and Girls

Take a look to this Characters list.
You can see there all the guys who work as a background
character and others that you know very well...

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Old Office/New Office

I've finally started decorating my new digs and I came across this image of my old MLAATR office done by Ani Martirossians Cash. Ani was our production manager. She is not a professional artist but I love the style she developed over the Teenage Robot years. The one of Alex's office is also amazing.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Japanese reference

The Hachiko Statue is a statue of a dog, that you can see
in two different places:

At The Shibuya Train Station (Tokio, Japan)
And in:

The "Speak no evil" episode.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

3 years ago...

On August 1st. 2003, the world showed us a young lady
named Jenny Wakeman who became a part of our daily life.
Thanks Jen for make us feel proud of you!
Info contributor: Jessie Winkler/Wakeman

Teenage Robot Flashback

Just received some pix from our wrap party which took place back in May. Among those pictured are my wife Tracy Royce, Alex Kirwan,storyboard artist Brandon Kruse, production assistant Amy Lamprey, background designer Joe Holt, production manager Ani Cash, storyboard artist Eric Bryan and bg painters Seonna Hong and Jenny Gase-Baker. (Not necessarily in that order.)