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Thursday, December 27, 2007

Talking Animals Again


I have to reintroduce Mr. Danders, as he's the actual star of the strip, maybe. I know how he talks, at least in my head, but I wish I knew what he sounds like. Elmer Fudd with overtones of Truman Capote is as good a guess as any.

8 comments:

nolanart said...

I have to admit, I haven't warmed up to Mr. Danders yet. Maybe I just didn't have the right voice in my head. Elmer Fudd/Truman Capote helps.

CHB said...

I'd always imagined John Houseman.

richardcthompson said...

Yes! John Houseman! That's even better! Does that help too, nolanart?

nolanart said...

That works. And you could introduce a new kid in class... MISTER HAAART.

Josh said...

I've always felt his voice sounds like the guy who does those "Actors' Studio" interviews.

Though I like the John Houseman voice, too.

Mike said...

Gee, I was imagining Nick Galifianakis

richardcthompson said...

You ever hear Nick do Christopher Walken? It's good & frightening.

Corey said...

HEY YOU GUY ARE CRAZY BECAUSE I'M 9 AND HAVE NO COMPLETE IDEA WHO THEY ARE
FYI I MEAN THE PEOPLE YOUR TAKING ABOUT