In 2021, New York Comic Con will host “Hellloooo, the second season! Animaniacs Voice Cast Panel” to dig deeper into the beloved 1993 Hulu revival Animal fanatic A cartoon made by Steven Spielberg. There is also a new trailer for the new season that will be launched later this fall: Thundercat Riff “Cats in the 80s”, the Warner brothers and sisters turned into muscular warriors and confronted a giant robot. The theme song was “80s 80s 80s 80s cats…”.
Voice actors Rob Paulsen (Yakko, Pinky), Tress MacNeille (Dot), Jess Harnell (Wacko) and Maurice LaMarche (Brain) participated in a virtual group hosted by TV Guide’s David Holbrook.After years of development hell with original voice actors 2020 revives the beloved franchise in 1993 Animal fanatic After 22 years of static testing, the load is still bearable.
Harnell shared: “In other personal appearances on other projects, we are often asked, will they bring it back? Animal fanatic? We said it would be great. We have always felt that this is a possibility. But when it happened, Hallelujah, we took the time machine back to 1993. “
“Thank you Steven Spielberg,” Lamarche said. “He came up with an idea that if you want to give someone their childhood. Respect old designs and update them.” Compared with other cartoons, the lack of joking motivation is clearly part of the show’s appeal. “We didn’t sell anything [like other cartoons]Many things on Saturday morning and weekday afternoon are toy advertisements. And Steven just wanted to respect Warner Bros.’s tradition of making it the most interesting place on earth. ”
Paulson expanded the scope to point out how rare it is to produce TV shows for the sake of art. “Not only to get another breakthrough, but it has an exponentially increased audience and the king of Hollywood said,’If we do this trust [the original voice actors]. Never talk to me about stuntmen. ‘”
Hanel calls Animal fanatic “Cartoon Trojan Horse”. He said: “Any great cartoon is great because it can work on two levels. It’s fun for kids because it’s visually appealing and it’s also great at the adult level. Smart, so parents who make cereal in the kitchen will say, “I can’t believe they would say that. “This is an adult musical satire disguised as a children’s cartoon show.”
Unabashedly referred to the cartoon violence smashed by a mallet, Animal fanatic Restart its farce and satirical current affairs-at least the animation production can keep up with the times, just like the lampshade in the first revival of the “Song of Catch” number. The first season is recorded together with the upcoming second season. Paulson said: “28 [episodes] In 2018, it dropped in 2020.They gave us a year and a half of preparation time, which is a bit unusual, to get something fully funded and the orchestra [set up]. You have 18 months to screw it up. “
Although they were not in NYCC, the voice actors recalled attending meetings and seeing fans with tattoos of their characters. LaMarche said, “Oh, yes, I signed a man’s leg, a doctor’s leg. In Toronto, I fell on the floor…he had a brain on his calf. He showed up the next day, on his calf. I got my signature tattooed. I thought,’Don’t cash your Mavericks with my signature.'”
Some memories are more uncomfortable. McNeill said: “I did convince a fan not to tattoo on the neck. I said. Do. No. Do. It.” Harnell also shared: “I see a lot of tattoos on people like this, and people make me very Sign in inappropriate places. On the one hand, you are flattered. But you make me ashamed.”
Animal fanatic The first season is currently playing on Hulu. Season 2 will premiere on Hulu on November 5.