Frisky Dingo-Season 1 (2006)
|Prepare yourself for one of the most complicated superhero-villain dichotomies ever. Meet Killface, the world's most evil villain whose mission of destroying mankind is derailed by the boring details of media buys, personnel staffing and marketing. And then there's Awesome X, the alter ego of billionaire Xander Crews, who is more concerned with the sales of his action figure line than foiling those plans and saving the world. Killface needs billions of dollars to fund the destruction of Earth with the Annihilatrix, and Xander needs a villain to drive interest in and sales of his action figure line. Welcome to the superhero soap opera that is Frisky Dingo, the Adult Swim television series from Matt Thompson and Adam Reed, the brilliant minds behind another Adult Swim series, Sealab 2021.|
Includes all 13 episodes from Season One of Frisky Dingo!
Editor's NoteBeing a supervillain isn't what it used to be in this mind-melting show from the folks behind SEALAB 2021. Killface is a criminal overlord whose devious schemes are continually thwarted by the banalities of modern life. As cost overruns on his Annihilatrix threaten his maniacal ambitions, billionaire tycoon Xander Crews (who moonlights as superhero Awesome-X) leaps into action to save the human race and, perhaps, secure precious action figure rights. A hilarious mix of corporate satire, deadpan humor, and lo-fi animation gives this series its signature style and offers a unique twist to the superhero genre. This collection presents the first season of the demented, scatological series.
Cast & Crew
|Adam Reed - Voice Of|
|Adam Reed - Writer|
|Casey Willis - Original Music By|
|Eric Sims - Voice Of|
|Kelly Jenrette - Voice Of|
|Killer Mike - Original Music By|
|Matt Thompson - Writer|
|Michael Lazzo, et. al. - Executive Producer|
|Neal Holman - Art Director|
|Stuart Culpepper - Voice Of|
Customer Reviews of Frisky Dingo-Season 1
A Cult Classic1/23/2009
Another great show from Adult Swim, truly you either will love or hate this show, I found that the first time I watched it I was annoyed but after a second episode, It grew on me I began to pick up on the hidden joks in the show.... and well BAM! you love it !
Absolutely brilliant. Well worth the money. A well-crafted show that offers plenty of laughs in an Arrested Development-ish fashion. I couldn't stop watching given each episode is only about 11 minutes long, and it ends up playing like a movie. Watch this show!