acabei de perceber que nunca postei ou rebloguei uma foto do beakman. pois, então, aí está, o herói da imensa maioria das crianças dos anos 90; um herói meu até hoje, um modelo de educador e professor, um ídolo.
Watched this the other night, finally, after a year of saying I would. I was delighted, to say the least. I had read the adaptation of Inferno by Marcus Sanders and Sandow Birk, and was blown away by the artwork. And I was happy to see Birk continue his art in this “puppet” version.
I’m sorry, that’s a bit of an understatement. He, with the help of another artist, created every puppet used in this movie. That’s a hell of an accomplishment even before production started. Kudos to Mr. Birk and Paul Zaloom (head puppeteer and Beakman from Beakman’s World! Remember that?) and to the rest of the crew that created this wonderfully tongue-in-cheek interpretation of Dante’s Inferno!
Oh and Happy Halloween and all that…Pepsi and pop rocks for everyone.