Published on Jan 23, 2014
Cartoon Hangover presents Bravest Warriors, "The Puppetyville Horror"
The horror... THE HORROR! The Warriors are stranded on a yellow planet and one by one they are... disappearing. Written by Invader Zim creator, Jhonen Vasquez, this episode is downright spooky. Featuring the guest voice talent of Dana Snyder (Master Shake from Aqua Teen Hunger Force) this is one episode you do not want to miss!
Find out what the writing process was like behind this episode, and why there's no Catbug in the exclusive interview with Jhonen Vasquez here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCu8xD...
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Created by: Pendleton Ward
Written by: Jhonen Vasquez
Directed by: Breehn Burns
Creative Consultant Jason Johnson
Creative Director: James Burks
Storyboard by: Kris Wimberly, Christofer Graham
Timing Supervisor: Larry Huber
Sheet Timing: Woody Yocum
Character Designers: Jenny Goldberg, Phil Rynda, Bob Flynn
Prop/EFX Design: Jojo Baptista
Prop/EFX Clean Up: Jojo Baptista
Background Design: Derek Hunter, Steven Sugar, Joe McGrory, Jojo Baptista
Background Painter: Mira Lark Crowell
Color Stylist: Mira Lark Crowell, Amanda Rynda
Storyboard Revisions: Casey Crowe, James Burks
Developed By: Breehn Burns, Will McRobb, Chris Viscardi
Executive Producers: Fred Seibert, Breehn Burns
Producer: Kevin Kolde, Eric Homan
Production Manager: Sylvia Edwards
Production Coordinator: Stephen Worth, Dana Jo Granger
Casting Director: Meredith Layne, CSA
Editor: Andy Tauke
Animatic Editor: Dave Woody
Beth: Liliana Mumy
Chris: Alex Walsh
Danny: John Omohundro
Wallow: Ian Jones-Quartey
Impossibear: Michael-Leon Wooley
The Thing: Dana Snyder
Beth, Danny, Wallow, Impossibear Puppets: Dana Snyder
Voice Director: Breehn Burns
Dialogue Recording: Salami Studios
Dialogue Mixer: Mark Mercado, Jonathan Abelardo
Post Production: Salami Studios
Re-Recording Mixer: Thomas J. Maydeck C.A.S.
Sound Designer: Robert McIntyre
Sound Effects Editor: Jessey Drake
Bravest Warriors Theme Song By: Peter Berkman, Jon Baken
Score By: Drew Neumann
Animation Checking: Wendy Jacobsmeyer
Track Reading: Slightly-Off Track Inc.
Animation Services: Dongwoo A&E Co., LTD.
Animation Director: Ki-Ho Hwang
Layout Artists: Jung-Sang Yu, Jae-Jung Lee, Young-Man Song, Hyun-Ju Park, Se-Jin Cho, Dong-Kwon Park, Yong-Kyung Choi
Model Checker: Sun-Hee Hwang
Assistant Animation Supervisors: Keun-Sik Song
Key Animation: Jung-Seok Seo, Jong-Min Kim, Jae-Won Baec, Chul-Jae Jung, Hyun-Seok Seo, Hak-Soo Mok, In-Seol Hwang, Seung-Ki Cho
Final Checker: Jin Namkung
Background Director: Yoon-Hoo Lee
Color Stylist: Mi-Ok Jeon
Composition: Kang-Ok Kim, Joo-Hee Yang, Soo-Jung Yang, Eun-Joo Choi, Mi-Kyung Lee
Production Staff: Young-Un Park, Shinwan Kim, Sua Park
Bravest Warriors follows four teenaged heroes-for-hire as they warp through the universe to save adorable aliens and their worlds using the power of their emotions. Created by Pendleton Ward, the mind behind Cartoon Network's Adventure Time.