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Welcome to Superjail, home of the most dangerous, twisted criminals this side of dimension 56-12. There’s always something new to see and do inside and it usually ends in a kinetic bloody riot. Sit back, relax, and get ready to have your eyeballs blown through your skull, bounce off the wall, gracefully arc back over your head, and delicately land back in your sockets with the magical style and grace that only Superjail can do so well. Once you get to Superjail you’ll never want to leave.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic, but not for everyone

First off, let me say that I absolutely love Superjail! with a passion. I'm not sure if it's the randomness of the stories, the spot-on voice acting (the best of which is David Wain as the Warden), the funky animation styles, or the off the wall humor. I watched the first episode and was completely hooked. The series focuses around a very offbeat prison set inside a volcano set inside an alternate dimension. (Which most won't know the alternate dimension thing unless they've watched the creator commentary on the pilot episode on adult swim.) The prison's run by a meglomaniac known as the Warden, a character who is best described as a warped Willy Wonka. There to help is the over-worked and under-appreciated accountant Jared (who is an ex-addict of just about anything possible), the security guard Alice (who either was or is a man, something none of the other characters are aware of), and the ultra-efficient Jailbot (who is incredibly protective of the Warden). The basic plot surrounds the Warden's hairbrained scheme of the day and how a pair known simply as "the Twins" do whatever they can to either ruin or foil the Warden's plots. The plotline can range from an interstellar women's prison ship to the building of a bar inside of the prison. The animation style is reminiscent of 'Yellow Submarine', but the animation style will often change to fit whatever tone the episode is going in. For instance, in the first (not pilot) episode, the animation took on a rather psychadelic look during the fight scene. Speaking of the fight scene(s), there's always one per episode and they're usually pretty gory. While the violence is very cartoonish in nature (reminding me of old Tom & Jerry shows), it may offend or throw off some viewers who are unaware of the content or don't like overly violent cartoons. Still, I recommend that most give it a try for a few episodes. The show has a lot of promise.

A Simulated Acid Trip

This is the most oringinal adult swim has looked since the debut of the aqua force. Well done sirs.

This show has promise.

Finaly, a new show on adult swim that isn't live action. And to make it better, it's pure insanity. Just the way I like my cartoons. :)

Superjail, Season 1
View in iTunes $19.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Animation
  • Released: Sep 28, 2008
  • CCin English

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