Monday, March 06, 2006

Samurai Scrappy


Revealed at last! Who's behind the mask of the Hit Show, "Samurai Jack"?

When casting was looking for someone brave, daring and experienced in cartoon acting, one name came to the forefront. Scrappy-Doo! Asked if he minds his anonymity behind the mask, Scrappy answered, "After the Scooby and Scrappy show there weren't a lot of parts out there for cute, daring, pint-sized pups. So when they offered me the part of Sammy, as I like to call him, I leapt at it. After all, I have to bring home the kibbles and bits just like anyone else.

6 comments:

Joe Fowler said...

A brilliant start to this week's topic! Very cool!

Adrian Ropp said...

HAHAHA! Great stuff, Mark! You really captured the "Sammy Jack" style. And my hat is off to the brave Scrappy Doo, who has finally come forward to share his battle against typecasting. Unfortunately, I still hate Scrappy Doo and will now stop watching Samurai Jack.

Adrian Ropp said...

Also, welcome to ToonClub, Mark! We're happy to have you.

S.T. Lewis said...

This is great, Mark! It's good to have you on board for this thing. Thanks for joining our little Toon Club.

Jedulous said...

so we do a self portrait as a samurai? sorry. i'm a little slow.

Adrian Ropp said...

I suppose that's the most obvious idea... Though Swanimator made it more of a third person deal. Whatever you want, as long as you can make the connection to the theme, there's no rules!