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Win a Copy of Robot Chicken: Season Five

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Win a Copy of Robot Chicken: Season Five

Robot Chicken's satire dragnet snatches up everything from Tron (above) to Gigli Season 5.

Are you a fan of Robot Chicken, Adult Swim’s boys-with-toys wisecrack factory? If so, profess your love in the comments section below for a shot at winning a copy of Robot Chicken: Season Five.

Win a Copy of Robot Chicken: Season Five

Spoiler art! The complete Robot Chicken: Season Five dropped Tuesday, but several of the episodes have yet to air.
Images courtesy Adult Swim

Seth Green and Matt Senreich’s stop-motion madness has mercilessly skewered popular culture’s good, bad and ugly with sometimes juvenile, sometimes brilliant snark since 2005. Robot Chicken: Season Five collects the show’s current season, which began last December and stretches through the rest of 2011.

Releasing Season 5 episodes on disc first might be a marketing first of some kind, but who has time to analyze distribution stratagems when there’s much fun to be had at the expense of terrible fanboy movies like The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Daredevil?

Plus, the major question is whether Robot Chicken can keep its pop mockery up and running in its sixth season and beyond. Lay your Robot Chicken wisdom eggs in the comments section below for a chance to win one Blu-ray collection or one of two DVD copies of Robot Chicken: Season Five that Wired.com is giving away to the geekiest Chicken heads out there. Entries must be received by 12:01 a.m. Pacific on Nov. 2, 2011.

Note: If you do not have an e-mail address or Twitter handle associated with your Disqus login, you must include contact information in your comment to be eligible. Any winner who does not respond to Wired’s notification within 72 hours will forfeit the prize.

Win a Copy of Robot Chicken: Season FiveScott Thill covers pop, culture, tech, politics, econ, the environment and more for Wired, AlterNet, Filter, Huffington Post and others. You can sample his collected spiels at his site, Morphizm.
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