|NewHeavenSalesman - 2012-04-15 |
according to the comments, they were planning more music videos like this, culminating in a feature-length Roger Rabbit style movie.
The mind boggles.
Also, furries in the comments section on youtube.
Bad luck for Don Bluth, I guess.
He's never really managed to get much off the ground since "Anastasia," and he's got one of the more unflattering pictures I've ever seen on Wikipedia:
He could be mistaken for a zombie cosplayer looking like that.
I'd argue Gorillaz was Albarn not wanting to appear in any videos and also being enough of a fan of Hewlitt to help him out with some work. Sounds right.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-04-15 |
The guy who is responsible for the production of this and the other MC Skat Kat video that actually was finished, also directed Disney's god awful direct-to-video Cinderella sequel, "Cinderella II: Dreams Come True" and the second season of Todd McFarlane's Spawn cartoon. He also directed some Ralph Bakshi monstrosity.
It's a small world.
|BHWW - 2012-04-15 |
Wait a minute, that animated cat wasn't real, how could he release an album? I'm calling shennigans on this.
|Screwtape - 2012-04-15 |
MC Skat Kat died on the way back to his home planet.
His character lived long enough for a home planet to become canon?
|mashedtater - 2012-04-16 |
too many conversations this week have revolved around MC skat Kat
|apiaryist - 2012-04-16 |
Some day, in the not too distant future, the AI's of MC Scat Kat, Hatsune Miku, and Tupac will sit down for brunch and talk about cutting an album.
I have foreseen it.
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