The Super Duper Super Hero had a great little write up on the Web Series Mag this week.
While it is in French, I'm pasting the Google translated broken English version below:
It feels like a long time (at least ten days) that I did not suggest you to do cartoons on the web. So hop! It's Thursday, it must be good for another twenty hours or a little more and the best way to anesthetize the pain it is to do a little cartoon of two coffee breaks. I've got you and I for all ills. However, today, I have not for everyone because this selection is English.
Let's start with the "classic". Super Duper Super Hero (Geiger Mike) I should even say "the academic" as the graphic draws the vein studios UPA 1960 Even my scripts regain absurd how these cartoons where licensed zeros always won at the end by making us laugh. This is Canadian, there are only four small episodes, but they are real small pearls of happiness. And when you are on the site of this great leader, look in the "web series" tab to see the other cartoon Ghost Country.
I was recently interviewed for Battery Pop's blog with some imaginative questions about cartoons.
You can check out the full "Creator's Interview" here:
Battery Pop blog
Battery Pop, a free online video portal for kids, and the Super Duper Super Hero have teamed up to offer all 4 episodes.
Feel free to check out the site at the following link:
Episode 2 of the Super Duper Super Hero series is making an appearance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music This February the 5th as part the Toronto International Film Festival traveling Loot Bag Jr. program.
More information is available here:
Brooklyn Academy of Music Loot Bag Jr Showcase