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Freakazoid!: Season 2 [2 Discs] [DVD]

Release Date:04/21/2009

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    Freakazoid!: Season 2 [2 Discs] (DVD) (English)
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    Special Features

    • Liebeslied für Normadeus: series creators and crew recall the show's second year and the making of the epic, cameo-crammed final episode
    • A full season's worth of commentaries (in five minutes or less): favorite moments remembered
    • Richard Stone-original Bonjour Lobey demo tapes: archival audio sampling of the emmy winning composer at work


    Unlike the first season of the animated superhero spoof Freakazoid!, in which most of the episodes contained three to four separate segments, eleven of the twelve Season Two episodes are comprised of a single, self-contained narrative--thereby providing even more time for computer-generated superhero Freakzoid!, aka nerdy Dexter Douglas, to make a fool of himself before an audience of millions. In the season opener, "Dexer's Date" is interrupted by The Lobe's plan to destroy the entire TV industry (the fiend!). "The Freakazoid" illustrates the fact that a superhero's birthday party is hardly cause for celebration (turns out that HE is expected to dole out the favors). In "Mission: Freakazoid", our hero must rescue his family from the oppressive country of Vuka Nova. "Virtual Freak" finds all the characters we care about being sucked into a VR world, while The Lobe raises Holy Ned at the local mall. "Hero Boy" pits Freakazoid! against traditional enemy Guieterrez, who's now developed a cloning process. In "A Matter of Love", a "dream" girl turns out to be a nightmare--namely, an ancient monstrous succubus. "Statuesque" reaches a peak of terror as Dexter's girlfriend Steph gets stoned--literally. Then, it's Freakazoid vs. the Orangumen in "Island of Dr. Mystico", followed by Cave Guy and Cobra Queen teaming up for trouble in "Two Against Freak". And in "Normadeus", The Lobe reverses Freakazoid!'s resonance frequency, which may cause our hero to go to pieces. That leaves one final two-adventure episode, consisting of "Freak-a-Panel" , in which Freakazoid discovers that tracking down Cave Guy may be less of a challenge than "escaping the mediocrity" of a sci-fi convention; and "Tomb of Invisibo", a double takeoff of "The Mummy" and "The Invisble Man", all in one, and even together, also too, hey. ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew

    • Paul Rugg - Freakazoid
    • Jonathan Harris - Professor Jones
    • Edward Asner - Sgt. Mike Cosgrove
    • David Kaufman - Dexter Douglas
    • Tress MacNeille - Debbie Douglas/Cobra Queen

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