Saturday, July 14, 2012

Comic-Con: Brickleberry

The Comic-Con crowd was treated to an advanced screening of Comedy Central's new animated series, "Brickleberry," centered on a group of bumbling forest rangers. The screening was preceded by a recorded message from comedian Daniel Tosh (who produces the show), who couldn't be there because he's "an adult and has a real job." He kept his message short, he told us, so that we wouldn't miss our scheduled "Joss Whedon suck-off panel."


The screening was followed by a Q&A moderated by Tom Kenny, voice of SpongeBob SquarePants and now a "Brickleberry" cast member. Joining him on stage were voice actors David Herman and Jerry Minor, and "Brickleberry" creators Waco O'Guin and Roger Black.


The show had plenty of laughs and will fit in well on late-night Comedy Central. O'Guin and Black were clearly thrilled to be on the Comic-Con stage, a fact reinforced by their descriptions of years of failed pitches and false starts before finding a champion in Tosh.

"Brickleberry" begins airing at the end of September.

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