I really would like to form a Wendell Stamps fan club. The protagonist of the picture millionaire maniac, looks like a skeleton. I may be going out on a limb with this, but it is almost like a mixture of the humor from Archer with bizarre characters from a show like Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Surely Amazon has some kind of policy in place preventing reviews being posted before the item is even out?! This show is freaking hilarious beyond all belief. I couldn't more highly recommend this, at least for those resilient enough to endure the vulgarity. College kids to baby boomers can enjoy this, depending on their individual sense of humor.
Who will be able to resist the maniac? Like I had no problem whatsoever with Stan's cloning himself, but if I were to ever show it to my girlfriend I'm afraid she would need some explanation for that, just because it kinda came from out of nowhere. I had never heard of this show until somebody said a quote from it and I had no idea what they were talking about. We'll find out by watching a movie. A third season was in development, but in the absence of a renewal contract from Adult Swim, pre-production ceased. Also, Xander Crews is nowhere to be found! If you watch this with your girlfriend and she doesn't know what a teabag is, maybe you should steer clear of this one and go watch a more girlfriend-friendly movie.
The series revolved around the conflict between a supervillain named Killface and a superhero named Awesome X, alias billionaire Xander Crews, and much of the show's humor focuses on parodying superhero and action movie clichés. And of course, every superhero must have a supervillain to keep him busy. Coincidentally, a new super-villain named Killface appears. And as for the vulgar humor, for example exactly what's a teabag? But this ambiguous gentleman treats his son with great love. If you love Frisky Dingo, how could you not pick this up? Apocalyptic humor ensues as the alien villain Killface seeks to destroy the world, pitted only slightly against tycoon Xander Crews and his alter-ego Awesome X! It did not disappoint and now I have season 2 pre-ordered. It's just completely witty and random. I love Archer and this was made by the same people.
Full Show Summary Frisky Dingo is an American animated cartoon series created by Adam Reed and Matt Thompson for Adult Swim. The interactions between Killface and his son are absolutely hilarious. Description: The creators presented us with a classic black Comedy. I am not a fan of cartoons at all, but this is flippin' amazin'. It doesn't say Disney anywhere on the case. Luckily there happens to be a billionaire playboy in town. The only problem is that Awesome X has gotten rid of every super-villain in the city, and now his board head Stan wants him to retire as a hero and get down to saving the company he's been running into the ground with his superhero expenses.
Neither Awesome X nor Killface have easily discernible motives, which makes the show all that much more entertaining. Anyway, once I saw an episode I totally fell in love with it and had to get season 1. This is, along with the disc for season two, absolutely one of the funniest television series' I have ever seen. There is no real explanation of the strange beings involved, but they function like everyday people with hilarious nuances. A spin-off show, The Xtacles, premiered on November 9, 2008, but only two episodes were aired prior to the production company's closure. Xander Crews eventually reveals his ulterior motive for his supposedly selfless urge to save humanity- continuing to sell his Awesome X action figures.
And it would be really great to get Chris Penn to play Wendell Stamps, too. Xander, Killface, and the new President Taqu'il see the message and decide to do something about it. Frisky Dingo is one of the most unusual and subversive superhero cartoons ever. I wish the show was still being made today. Didn't realize until this evening that when Barnaby gets soap in his eyes in the shower -- I just thought it was the lamest joke in the whole show -- turns out it was primitive foreshadowing for when, well you know. It's a character-driven, absurd, dumb and witty, often entirely random comedy.
It debuted on October 16, 2006 and ended its first season on January 22, 2007; the second season premiered on August 26, 2007 and ended on March 23, 2008. And I would really love to see a movie based on this series. When Xander isn 1 decade ago The new super-villain team of Sinn, the Dread Lobster, Valerie, and a pregnant Antagone broadcast a message of terror out, using the Annihilatrix to back their claims up. . The voice acting is brilliant. If you like shows like Archer and Adult Swim type shows, you will probably really like this.
Jon Benjamin's voice and uncanny delivery. Killface thinks he wants to take over the world, except for all the work that seems to entail. And spoiler when Kenneth spots the big pants first and wins the gold doubloon, that of course is straight out of Moby Dick. Killface muffs hitting on plucky reporter Grace Ryan, and then has an unpleasant interaction with a representative from his insurance company. The premise concerns a very wealthy playboy named Xander Crews, who is also a costumed champion of the people, fighting crime under the pseudonym Awesome X.
It's good fun, but not for young kids. He'd much rather goof around as a superhero than tend to the everyday aspects of running a corporation. The only thing missing is H. The only problem is that he has no way of getting the 12 billion dollars needed to complete his doomsday device. For his strange appearance is not immediately possible to see a cold-blooded killer and a man who dreams that our planet exploded from the impact of the sun. The lewd, juvenile male-oriented humor. It's inconsequential really, but you notice them if you watch a zillion times like I have.
Date Aired Frisky Dingo Episodes Season 1 15 October 2006 22 October 2006 29 October 2006 05 November 2006 12 November 2006 19 November 2006 26 November 2006 03 December 2006 10 December 2006 17 December 2006 07 January 2007 14 January 2007 21 January 2007 Season 2 26 August 2007 02 September 2007 09 September 2007 16 September 2007 23 September 2007 30 September 2007 07 October 2007 14 October 2007 02 March 2008 09 March 2008 16 March 2008 23 March 2008. In this series a creature called Killface serves that function. If you don't love Frisky Dingo, it's probably just because you haven't seen it yet. It's also great for just a couple of quick laughs with some friends as each episode is only 11 minutes long. I'd watched some episodes via streaming, but as soon as I saw the discs here on Amazon, I just had to get them.