So as I am sitting here trying to finish up chapter 8 of my novel to be sent off to the proofing stage, I convinced my wife to watch a little documentary that keeps popping up on Netflix which has had my curiosity for a couple of weeks. The documentary, 'I Know That Voice' is a documentary made by John DiMaggio (who does the voices of Bender, Dr. Drakken, Jake The Dog and others when not working as an over the hill Shaemus) about the world of voice acting and giving several unsung people a nice nod to a wider audience.
It was pretty good, and featured tons of actors like Jim Cummings, Kevin Conroy, Nancy Cartwright, Tara Strong and Jennifer Hale among others which to most of the fandom are probably household names.
Anyways, if you're into animation, and I'm guessing if you're reading this on my page you probably are seeing what my primary medium deals with, then it's definitely a good watch for you.
The only downside of it was that it made me a little worksick for my old job at the tv station I used to work at. A lot of familiar equipment, and I think the people that work in production are made from the same mold seeing that everyone has a desk that is flanked with Emmy's (was working on getting one before I left, my one regret) and a ton of action figures and the like...very similar to my work desk with it's long line of Transformers overlooking the work I put out for here and other places...it's hard to walk away from a situation where you get paid to goof off...oh well, maybe if the stars align I can go back once (hopefully) my wife gets her NC license and we try to make our way back "home."
But enough of the sentimental crap, it's a good flick...pay attention and you might catch a few KP references (and yes they're in there)
Okay, speaking of which, back to writing her misadventures in Prague.