This show, StickWar, is rated TV-PG, meaning it contains content that may be inappropriate for younger readers.
|Country Of Origin||United States (Vision, Adult Swim)
Canada (Adult Swim Canada)
|№ Of Seasons||10|
|List Of Episodes||Main article|
|First Aired||December 7, 2006-|
|Network||Vision, Adult Swim|
StickWar is an American adult animated comedy series that first premiered on December 7, 2006 on Vision. It aired on Adult Swim in July of 2007, and on Adult Swim Canada on the day of the Season 8 premiere (September 7, 2014).
Private Jacob is an overachiever who joined the military after his family's consistent line of service. Signing up, he ended up going to a dysfunctional marine corp which has a redneck for a general, an alcoholic incompetent sergeant, an unnecessarily violent lieutenant, and a few other soldiers among the lines of duty fighting a war they have no knowledge on except the fact that they have to fight it.
- Private Jacob: Private Jacob Small is an overachieving man who cannot lose anything or disappoint his family. He is usually the voice of reason around the base. He may just be a private, but quite possibly the most skilled man on the job.
- Sarge: Sergeant Jonathan Dunn is an alcoholic who comes from a long line of drunken Irishmen and the Irish mafia. It is unknown exactly how he got promoted, but the reason is believed to be all the wars he has won with others while he did basically nothing. He is the comic relief of the show.
- The General: Austin James is a general who comes from the south. His proficient sniper skills and 40 years of military service got him to where he is today, even if he doesn't like his squad. He tends to have parties from time to time, as one of his only sources of fun in life.
- Bladeslinger: Not much is known about the lieutenant who keeps his name classified and only goes by "Bladeslinger". He is often very violent and will never take breaks until his mission is done.
List of Episodes
Usually looked at as the replacement for CircleCity (until the series came back), StickWar got generally positive reviews for being an interesting comedic take on war that only the CircleCity's staff could pull off otherwise. Most criticisms have to do with the bizarre nature of the show and the fact that it was thought to have replaced CircleCity. The show ended up with a 7.7 on IMDb and an 8.5 on TV.com