The Maxx!

The Maxx!

Postby R.C, Jr on Thu Dec 11, 2003 9:29 pm

Sam Keith's greatest comic creation, The Maxx, which, as a series is as quotable as it is confusing, really found a home in the six episode cartoon mini-series on MTV back in the mid-ninties. While the animation was cut rate and often consisted of sliding one cell along another, the adaptation was nearly flawless and the voice acting incredible. And now he's taken one step higher up the ladder of pop cultural iconism by appearing in Bob 'N' Ed.

Now the Maxx stands alongside famous fictional characters like Fox Mulder, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Big Gay John Brandon. Kudoes to you, Al.

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The Maxx

Postby SnOoGaNs on Fri Dec 12, 2003 12:31 pm

What are you talking about, cut-rate? That was some detailed artwork they were using...and the frame rate was pretty nifty, too. Take a look at some of the old episodes of The Real Ghostbusters and tell me that The Maxx isn't lightyears ahead of that. Truth be told, I think the production values on The Maxx are some of the best I've ever seen...excluding Invader Zim, of course.

As for putting him in my problem. I live to serve.
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