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A while ago I was contacted by Josh Hadley to do a guest spot as Dr. Insano for his station’s Halloween screening of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. A short time later he asked me if I was interested in a guest star spot on his new show, “It Came From Beyond Midnight,” really just a late-late-late night (so late it’s almost early morning the next day) screening of godawful b-movies from the station vaults and the dredges of the public domain archives. He had an idea for a snobbish, hates-everything douchebag film critic (which was actually something of a challenge because I rather liked most of these movies), and so I got to work creating my pink polo-wearing twerp Leslie Striker, embittered film nerd. Clever followers will note that the entire character is a barely-concealed middle-finger pointed squarely at the worst wrestling color commentator to soil the ringside area since Mike Adamle.
We filmed four episodes for television before I was made aware that the show was canceled before it even aired, at the literal 11th hour before its debut. It’s a real shame, because as a chronic insomniac, this is the exact kind of show I would have loved to watch on the fuzzy UHF channel in the dark watches of the night. Josh has been great and showed a lot of spirit in continuing to produce the show. He wants to keep this going, and I’m all for it. In a way, being freed from the shackles of broadcast television could be a huge boon. Now we’re not limited by time or the laws of human decency, so Leslie can hang around for more than 3 minutes at a time and maybe even throw a few f-bombs if need be.
Special anime correspondent Dean the Adequate has a Netflix queue full of bad Japanimation and a surly attitude. But is he strong enough to battle the dread otaku forces?
Dr. Insano is in the middle of making an orientation video for his soon-to-be-captured legions of slaves and harem girls, when arch-nemesis Linkara attempts to put an end to the doctor’s reign of SCIENCE once and for all. (Created by Sky Render)
The secret origins of Dr. Insano are revealed! (Created by Sky Render)
An irregular webcomic with a bent perspective.