Friday, April 9, 2021

Old Colorforms Commercial

Someone on youtube posted these and I thought I'd share em here. Here's a Popeye one. Is the dog done by a well known voice actor? He just like a random person's voice slowed down. Here's Bugs Bunny. Wow that set looks off model.

Monday, March 1, 2021

Quick Plug from Me

When was the last time you picked up a brand new comic book and laughed? Been a while right? For me, it's been a while since I've even bought a comic that wasn't fifty years or older. However, this is a must have and I highly reccomend it! Biffle and Shooster, America's favorite fake 1930's comedy duo, are the stars of comic books that came out a while back. These comics have been combined into one brilliant collection titled Biffle and Shooster's Comic Compendium! It's brilliantly written by Mike Kazalah and Will Ryan, who is Shooster to Nick Santa Maria's Biffle.
Buy it on Amazon here
While you're at it, I also highly recommend you buy their brilliant shorts on DVD. The set includes 5 Biffle and Shooster shorts from the 1930s (well, not really, but yeah they're from the 30s) with everything to love like music, gorillas, Vernon Dent, Cinecolor, and the brilliant work of actors Nick Santa Maria, Will Ryan, and director Michael Schlesinger. Amazon Link

Monday, December 21, 2020

Questions about Finny

 Okay question for you guys...

Finny the Goldfish. I always found it odd that this character got his (or her?) own title card. Finny appeared in Feast And Furious with Katnip which is where the title card comes from. Did Finny the Goldfish appear in any other cartoons or Harvey comic books? I can't figure out if he did or not! Also do you guys think that Famous Studios thought that there would be another cartoon with Finny in it? That seems like the only logical reason to have a "featuring Finny" card attached to the film. Or was there and I'm wrong?