The Transformers have been staples of animation nearly as long as they’ve been mainstays of the toy rack. They’ve starred in plenty of cartoons throughout their thirty-plus years of existence, some better than others. The best examples are the ones made by people who take the lore seriously — which is why we’re optimistic about Rooster Teeth’s upcoming prequel trilogy, War On Cybertron.
Last year Rooster Teeth launched their most ambitious project to date, a CG cel-shaded mech series called gen:Lock. The first season has gotten a fair amount of exposure — you might have seen it on Rooster Teeth’s streaming channel, on Crunchyroll, or on Toonami during its broadcast run (which ended last month).
When two geeks meet, one conversation they inevitably engage in is how well one popular character would perform if they had to fight against another popular character. Darkseid vs. Thanos? Batman Vs. Road Runner? Sunshine Bear vs. Strawberry Shortcake? Rooster Teeth’s Death Battle! is a webseries devoted to these types of questions.
Rooster Teeth is a studio best known for their anime-styled TV programs, but they also make games. Their latest, Vicious Circle, just launched on Steam.
Rooster Teeth is a studio best known for their anime-styled TV programs, but they also make games. You can try out their latest, Vicious Circle, for free this weekend only.
Rooster Teeth is known for many things, but one of the most notable feats is being able to create so many memorable IPs. It started with Red vs. Blue, but it’s blossomed into something much more. One of their biggest shows by far however is RWBY, the “American Anime” set in the world of Remnant and combines fantasy, sci-fi, cyberpunk, and more for an adventure truly unlike any other. RWBY Volume 5 continued the adventures of its four main characters in many ways, and soon, you’ll be able to own the adventures yourself.
Rooster Teeth has made many hit series over the years, but arguably their greatest is the one and only RWBY. An anime created by the late Monty Oum, the show focuses on four ladies in the realm of Remnant, and their journey to become Huntresses and to save their world from an ancient threat. The anime has gone on for five seasons, but because of the layout of the show, there’s a lot of stories still to be told.
Rooster Teeth’s RWBY series is being turned into a new tabletop game. It’s the second stab at the tabletop experience from Rooster Teeth, who previously brought us the card-based “Million Dollars, But… The Game” in 2016. Now they’re deep in production on a board game starring some of RT’s most popular characters.
The guys over at Rooster Teeth decided to make a movie trailer off the casual-hit sensation, Angry Birds. Video after the break.