Friday, October 16, 2009

The Mouse has a voice again: Bret Iwan!

You may recall my post from back in July where I talked about how Wayne Allwine, the then, current voice of Mickey Mouse had passed away. This news may be a bit old (about a month) but, I recently discovered that his replacement has been found!

Young illustrator, Bret Iwan, is the new voice of the iconic Mouse. The attached image is his art!

You can become a fan of Bret's on Facebook, and follow his blogs (the other one is the link on his full name above).

So, here's to the new Mickey Mouse! We wish him well.


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Your comments requested!

So, Steve and I are going to each try and post every other day, this way we should have a new post for you to read every single day. So, the big question is, what should be blog about? I will revisit my series on "Voice Actor Profiles" every once in a while, but I thought today, I'd just put it out to you. What do you want us to talk about? Pick anything under the sun and as long as its within reason, and we'll give you our opinions.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Hatman's next adventure

Hello Hatman & Indigo fans!

As I'm sure you've noticed, we haven't had a new comic out in a couple of weeks. This is because we've run into some setbacks in the production of our Superheroes saga and it might take us a while to get things figured out. But in the meantime, we have our next adventure of Hatman & Indigo ready to go, and seeing as it's time for Halloween again, could that mean another appearance of the fearsome foe The Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man? You'll just have to tune in and see!


Saturday, October 3, 2009

Voice Actor Profile: Andy Kuder

Today, I'm going to take a look at my twin brother Andy and his acting history. Most of which is pretty similar to mine.

Some of the characters that Andy does the voices for: Indigo, Anell, Super Cold Frozen Man, Scotty and many more.

Join me next time when I take a look into the life of my wife and the voice behind Blonde, Michelle Kuder.


Thursday, October 1, 2009

Superman Musings

I've been on a bit of a Superman kick lately.

My wife and I recently started re-watching the T.V. series Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman from the mid-1990's. Surprisingly, it hasn't been as cheesy as I expected it to be. I loved the show when it first aired, but I was in Middle School then and I my tastes in entertainment of changed, as have the quality standards for T.V. dramas (at least in my opinion). On top of this, I've also been trying to get caught up on Season 8 of the CW series Smallville - again, about the life of Superman.

Like I said, I'm on a Superman kick.

Which brings up the age old question. How in the world does anyone not realize that Superman and Clark Kent are the same person? Seriously, a pair of glasses alters his face so much that nobody can tell the mild mannered reporter is really the Man of Steel? Oh how I wish I could go back in time and plead with Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster to just give the guy a mask! Or wear some sort of disguise as Clark Kent like a phony mustache or something! Anything but a mere pair of glasses! But alas, that's the legacy we have to deal with.

It makes me wonder, if Superman were created today, how different might the character be? Any thoughts?