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Metalocalypse

Metalocalypse



Metalocalypse is a fifteen-minute animated comedy on Adult Swim, created by Brendon Small, of Home Movies fame, and Tommy Blacha.

According to co-creator Brendon Small, "The show is basically about a (half-American/half Norwegian) metal band that is about a million times bigger than the Beatles. But a million times more dangerous and a millions times more stupid. This show promises violent murder. Violent violent murder. And metal."

Episode Info

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Toki's life is in danger after being abducted. His self-absorbed band mates are the only ones who can save him, but they'll need to put their own interests aside to help their friend.


Cast
Tommy BlachaTommy Blacha
voiced William Murderface, Toki Wartooth, Additional Voices
Brendon SmallBrendon Small
voiced Nathan Explosion, Pickles, Skwisgaar Skwigelf, Additional Voices
Brendon SmallBrendon Small
voiced Nathan Explosion, Pickles, Skwisgaar Skwigelf, Additional Voices
Victor BrandtVictor Brandt
voiced General Krosier, various
Mark HamillMark Hamill
voiced Senator Stampingston, Jean-Pierre, various
Mark HamillMark Hamill
voiced Senator Stampingston, Jean-Pierre, various

Reviews

marvelfan89

Reviews: 112
Metalocalypse one of the better shows on CN!!!!Rating: 3 likes, 0 dislikes

Metalocalypse is probably one of the best shows on Cartoon Network strike that, it’s one of the better shows on TV. This show is totally unlike anything else on TV aside from IFC’s new ZRock comedy spoofing another rock group. What elevates Metalocalypse is a unique plot, bizarre, crazy characters, violence, action, and comedy. Also in terms of animation the animation for this show is very good. This doesn’t seem to be a big deal but in most of the other lesser CN shows which I think are crap but yet still produced “Assy McGee”, “Squidbillies”, “Minoriteam” which are just God awful and not very funny. In Metalocalypse you really don’t know what you will get. There is also a government agency that wants them dead how they thwart these attempts and their crazy fans is big part of how fun the show is. Read more

Review posted on Thursday, September 4th 2008 at 7:38 am

frozenright

Reviews: 1
Death Lessons - Death VengeanceRating: 1 likes, 3 dislikes

Booo! Somebody is screwing with the nature of the show. Still some expected, exaggerated , violent moments and witty dialogue but then - yes, somewhere, the nature of the chacters becomes different and the 'Feeling' of the show turns bitch, telletubby, not sure what it is, DIFFERENT. Booo! Read more

Review posted on Monday, October 8th 2007 at 7:29 pm

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Crew

Creator: Tommy Blacha
Executive Producer: Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small
Supervising Producer: Chris Prynoski
Producer: Keith Fay (1)
Co-Producer: Jon Schnepp
Associate Producer: Natasha Ypsilanti
Editor: Jeffrey Perlmutter
Music: Brendon Small, Tommy Blacha
Property Master: Daniel V. Bigelow

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Recurring Guests

King Diamond as Ronald Von Monoldburg (4 eps)
George Fisher (1) as Dimmu Burger Customer (3 eps)
Mike Patton (2) as Rikki Kix (3 eps)
Kirk Hammett as Two-Fingered Fan (2 eps)
Jon Schnepp as Video Director (2 eps)
Steve Smyth as Snizzy Snazz Bullets (2 eps)

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Type: Animation
Genres: Adult Cartoons, Fantasy, Music
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Mondays at 12:15 am
Runtime: 15 Minutes
Premiere: August 06, 2006
Episodes Order: 12
Akas
• Death Clock Metalocalypse (Working Title), (Used In USA)
• Deathclock (Working Title), (Used In USA)
• Dethklok (Working Title), (Used In USA)
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