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Jackson Publick: The space race, missing moms and geekdom

by Annie Wu, posted Mar 7th 2007 8:28AM
Jackson PublickIn my Comic-Con post, I briefly mentioned The Sound of Young America's interview with the Venture Bros.' Jackson Publick, but I suppose I might as well devote a full post to it, since at least five different people have urged me to do so since then.

This twenty-some minute chat provides a very interesting look into the life of Jackson Publick, covering topics like his educational career (he very briefly attended cartooning school before attending community college and Rutgers University), the loss of his mother and this event's effect on the Venture brothers' own mommy-less world, and the show's prevailing themes of disappointment and failure. I always love hearing from the creative forces behind my favorite shows, so this was a real treat for me.

I also enjoyed Jackson's great Brock Samson impression at the very end of the program. I suppose this means that Jackson can also do fantastic impressions of Kronk (The Emperor's New Groove), Joe Swanson (Family Guy), and Puddy (Seinfeld).

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I was going to mention Johnny Johnson, but you beat me to it.

Weird that he'd badmouth Family Guy, given the Brock/Joe connection. But I guess there's not much chance Patrick Warburton ever hears that interview.


March 07 2007 at 4:52 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Don't forget Johnny Johnson from Newsradio!
- Jesse from The Sound of Young America

March 07 2007 at 11:56 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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