Monday, September 29, 2014

Paul Rugg Podcasts with Kevinn Gomez

Image: Voodoo Rules
I return from incredible medical adventures: pain, drugs, baffling complications, and a nurse who pronounced "nausea" as "nocha."

As I slowly recover, tuck into this interview with Friends in Hell podcaster Kevinn Gomez chatting with voice-over and animation ace Paul Rugg. Learn more about Freakazette and the voice actors who backed the Guy With Lighting in His Hair.

http://kevinn-gomez-9.podomatic.com/entry/2014-09-24T12_49_07-07_00


4 comments:

Rafa Rivas said...

Talking about Freakazoid! I did these a long while ago, I posted them in my blog a shorter while ago, and I totally forgot to tell you about them.

I think I wanted to check grammar and spelling again (English is my second language) before showing them to you. Anyway, to my surprise, the post has been doing well these three months.

I hope you enjoy it. I tried my best to make them as geeky as possible with references, but this is as good as it gets for me.

ralphdibnytheworld-famouselongatedman.blogspot.mx/2014/08/ralph-dibny-presents-freakazoid.html

John P. McCann said...

As Lovecraft said, in effect, there are things dead that cannot die.

And while he was talking about the Old Ones, I'm sure he'd have included Freakazoid!

Rafa Rivas said...

As long as memes live, Freakazoid will go on.
Have you seen the fan art over the internet? A lot of it is amazing.

By the way, have you seen this? http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/the-big-picture/6335-The-Prophesy-of-Freakazoid
They are calling it "ahead of its time". Mostly because it was. It's the Police Squad of memes.

John P. McCann said...

Prophesy of Freakazoid is a favorite.

And that's because the Web changed the rules.

So anything is possible, even good things.