Animatic Attack #9 – On The Reala

Animatic Attack

Hosts:
Fawndolyn Valentine, Justique Woolridge, and Nick Marino

Show Notes:

This episode’s listener suggestion comes from the mighty Shawn Atkins (host of the AudioShocker’s Sequential Underground), who asked us to watch…

…HAMMERMAN!

That’s right. We’re analyzing two tantalizing (and/or terrifying) episodes of MC Hammer‘s short-lived early 90s Saturday morning cartoon.

In the episode Rapoleon, we watch on in awe as the Hammerman tangles with a hideous French caricature who wants to shrink the world down to size.

In the episode Defeated Graffiti, Ramona gets enlisted into a fake public arts project and ends up filling Oaktown with graffiti that later springs to life and tries to, I dunno, eat the city or something.

Also, Fawn shared some graffiti photos in honor of her favorite cartoon character ever, Defacely Marmeister.

Next Episode:
More of your viewing suggestions! Also, more Koi Kaze, for reala this time.

7 Responses to “Animatic Attack #9 – On The Reala”


  1. 1 nick marino

    DON’T LISTEN TO MY THING ABOUT BIZ MARKIE AND ELTON JOHN!!! I was right about Biz Markie being the reason sampling royalties were instated, but it wasn’t because of Bennie and the Jets.

    Here’s the real deal:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Upright_Music,_Ltd._v._Warner_Bros._Records_Inc.

  2. 2 Justique

    I was super animated this ‘sode. Sup, wit that?

  3. 3 nick marino

    i think you were feeling it deep in your cells.

  4. AudioShocker Shoutouts!

    Dead Mondays webcomics


  5. 4 Francisco

    I wonder how much better a Biz Markie cartoon would’ve been.

    Probably a Biz-illion times better.

  6. 5 Justique

    @Francisco: Well, definitely not as a-Biz-mal as this one… But what can you do? Animation is still a Biz-ness

  7. 6 Justique

    @Nick: I got your cells…

  8. AudioShocker Shoutouts!

    Nik Furious instrumental music


  9. 7 nick marino

    OMG… a pun throwdown. I LOVE IT!

    I’d also love to see a Biz Markie cartoon.

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