This image released by Adult Swim shows "The Walking Dead," characters Glenn, left, and Rick, in a parody of the series on "Robot Chicken," airing Sunday at midnight. (Adult Swim via AP)
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Chickens clucking the doleful "Walking Dead" theme offer up an early hint that what's ahead will be offbeat and funny.Carl, the eye patch-wearing teenage son of series hero Rick Grimes but now an old man, serves as a narrator of sorts, with Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl, also voicing him in that elderly state.Michael Rooker, who played the racist roughneck Merle, reveals a lovely singing voice as Merle, chained to a rooftop, serenading a zombie lass.If you've got an animator who can bring life to something inanimate, the audience not only sees the real shadows and the real lighting, but believes the illusion that this thing that's not alive is alive.
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