Monday, November 23, 2009

SUPER HERO SQUAD - "Night In The Sanctorum" Airs Again














"Night In The Sanctorum," the first episode I wrote of SUPER HERO SQUAD airs for the third time tomorrow morning at 8:30am EST on Cartoon Network. If you, or a kid you know, likes Marvel's super heroes, action, humor, and belching, then set your alarm clocks.

4 comments:

George Taylor said...

I watched it this morning with my sick (strep throat) six year old. It is one of his favorite shows and it was a great episode! We loved it.

John Rozum said...

Hi George,

Thank you. I'm glad you liked it. I had a lot of fun writing the two episodes I contributed to SUPER HERO SQUAD. I'm not sure when the second of my episodes will air. I expect to be contributing more to season two.

I hope your son is feeling better. Be sure to stop by in early December for a couple of posts right up your alley.

Shawn Robare said...

Hey John, Just wanted to let you know (in case no one has mentioned it yet) that your rendition of the Punisher was favorably mentioned on the How Did That Get Made podcast (with Paul Scheer from Human Giant and The League, as well as Patton Oswalt and the director of Punisher: War Zone, Lexi Alexander. It's at about the 50 minute mark where they're referring to that bit as a reprisal of Ray Stevenson's version of the character...

http://www.earwolf.com/episode/punisher-war-zone/

John Rozum said...

Cool, Shawn. Thanks for letting me know. The work I've done on that show has been getting a lot of praise from all sorts of people. i was pretty excited to find out that my recent "This Man-Thing, This Monster" episode was the favorite of Spongebob Squarepants himself, Tom Kenney, who also voices Iron Man.

The Punisher scene was written initially without the surrounding script because of the Ray Stevenson's availability to voice the scene. It immediately met with high approval from everyone involved and made my time writing the rest of that episode easier and more pleasurable.

I actually based that speech a bit on the boat ride speech from "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" with the slow build of tension in what first seems like something innocuous but gradually begins to sound like the ravings of a madman.