Recently I heard the sad news of another death, the death of another great talent Philip Lewis Clarke. Although I don’t know much of his life before or after his voice acting career during the mid to late eighties. I wanted to pay tribute to this wonderful talent.
I’ve always been the fan of Hal’s character Shrapnel from Transformers and his character Doyle from Galaxy High!
Earth Corps, a team of scientists specializing in subterranean exploration, would prefer to simply go about their work. However, this changes when a horde of monsters from below called Inhumanoids, collaborated by the evil human traitor, Blackthorne Shore, begin to attack the surface world.
Showtime, Synergy! Those famous words were spoken by Jem throughout her three year run from 1985 to 1988. Jem was a beloved 80s rock cartoon that capitalized on the popularity of MTV that perfectly captured the decade’s music, fashion and lingo. To this day, Jem is still considered a Truly Outrageous animated series that celebrates the power of love, friendship, ambition and rock ‘n roll. Although it started out as my sister’s favorite cartoon, I’d grow into it and I’m still the fan of both the cartoon and the doll/toy line!
In 1973 Hanna-Barbera created this classic cartoon series starring a special car named Speed Buggy, created by his mechanic and best friend Tinker. Along with Tinker, Speedy is helped by their friends Mark and Debbie. When Speed Buggy isn’t racing, he’s out thwarting the diabolical plots of various megalomaniacs looking to rule the world.
Now as Speed would say “Roger-Dodger!” and “Vroom-a-zoom-zoom!” on with the blog!
Tony and I with Mary McDonald & Bill Ratner for the showing of G.I. Joe Retaliation!
Another year of Joe Con fun and this time I also got to enjoy it with my better half! Tony and I has a car-pool blast with our friends..Nick, Mike and Jim! We also had the wonderful opportunity to hangin’ out with Mary McDonald-Lewis (Lady Jaye) & Bill Ratner (Flint)!