Lyndsey: The Slayer, also known as Lyndsey: The Slayer: A Collin the Speedy Boy Production is a American adult action black comedy-drama animated mini-series that aired on Adult Swim's Toonami lineup. It is a spin-off to The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy. It was rumored that the series is set before the events of The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy: Collision Dimension, but Tartakovsky confirmed that the series is set after the movie.
This show is rated TV-14-V for bloody violence, gory moments, thematic elements, mild rude humor and dark themes.
While Collin is the hero of FingerTown, Lyndsey Joiner is a violent slayer who only slays enemies, but when a Aku-like villain wants to track and kill Lyndsey, she and her new friends must stop him.
The animation, unlike The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy, is the mixture of flash animation (similar to the animation for TCoCTSB), CGI animation (for the FX), and cel shading. Animation for the series is provided by Snipple Animation and Top Draw Animation like The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy.
Blood & ViolenceEdit
The series is known to be violent and bloody.
Lyndsey's corset outfit is shown to be sexy, as sometimes, her boobs can be seen.
There are not really a lot of swearing in this series. But, there is only one use of hell in the whole series.
- Grey DeLisle as Lyndsey Joiner
- Bill Fagerbakke as Motor
- Nolan North as Honor Smith
- TBA as BlobFinger
- John DiMaggio as Lord of the Blood, a Aku-like main antagonist
- Tom Kane as Master Owl, a anthromorphic owl who is Lyndsey's adopted father/master.
This series is rated TV-14-V, being the first (and so far only) CTSB series to get that rating.
Hence being a mini-series, the series lasted for 10 episodes.
- Jessica Borutski is not the creator of the series unlike The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy, instead, Bryan Andrews and Paul Rudish, the two of the three creators of Sym-Bionic Titan, are the creators of the series.
- Not counting the appearances in, Bugs Bunny: Attorney at Law and Robot Chicken, it is the first CTSB series to be aimed strictly for older teens and adults.
- Despite the blood and gore, it was considered a T-rated series.
- It is the first CTSB to get a rating higher than a TV-PG rating, in this, it's rated TV-14-V.
- Borutski, the producer of the miniseries, confirmed that blood will not be in each episode, presumably to avoid a TV-MA rating.