Rise of the Planet of the Jellyfish
|Premiere Date||September 30th, 2012|
|Views||1,194 (as of 7/7/13)|
|Created By||The Squid|
"Rise of the Planet of the Jellyfish" is a Spin-Off from Maximagination Studios. The Spin-Off is based on the Spongebob episode, "Planet of the Jellyfish". The Spin-Off released on September 30, 2012 to coincide with Octerror Fest. It is The Squid's most popular spin-off on SBC.
1. September 30, 2012
2. October 1, 2012
3. October 2, 2012
4. October 3, 2012
5. October 4, 2012
6. October 5, 2012
7. October 7, 2012 (Pushed back)
8. October 12, 2012
9. October 18, 2012
10. October 28, 2012 (Was supposed to air on the 25th)
11. November 9, 2012
12. November 16, 2012
13. December 1, 2012
14. May 31st, 2013
15. June 29th, 2013
The spin-off takes place right where "Planet of the Jellyfish" left off, when Patrick orders a Relish Patty without mayonnaise. Spongebob wonders why Patrick suddenly stopped ordering mayonnaise. Patrick tells Spongebob he isn't Jellion and Spongebob walks away. However, Patrick is a Jellion all along, and he's out to turn everyone into Jellions.
"Rise of the Planet of the Jellyfish" was first announced on September 17, 2012 with a small written trailer. The reception to the public was well recieved. On September 26, Maxwell posted a poster for the Spin-Off. The Spin-Off premiered on September 30, and had chapters premiered 7 out of the next 8 days. The previews recieved great reviews from users. On October 12, the Spin-Off started airing longer episodes.
So far, RPJ has recieved positive reviews from the users likeMichaelmn, CNF, The Idiot Box and Sofiagirl121. It was the featured Spin-Off of the 22nd SBC-TV News. It also won a Spinny at the III Golden Community Awards for "Best New Spin-Off".
- A sequel is being ordered.
- The Spin-Off was originally called "Beneath the Planet of the Jellyfish", a reference to the actual franchise, Planet of the Apes, sequel. Max changed it because it wasn't descriptive of the plot.
- The Spin-Off was also originally rated PG-13. The theme was originally, "80s B-Movie", but switched to an episode theme.
- 10 shorts were planned, but the order was canceled. Only two were ever written, and no release date is known.