Sunday, January 27, 2008

Soles of the Damned

It's Batman vs. the Spook, in my dramatic reading of a scene from "Detective Comics" #435 (June-July, 1973). Thrill as the Dark Knight defeats the Ghost Who Walks (On the Ceiling) by... getting him to brag about his shoes? Then, brace yourselves for the twist ending!

7 comments:

Bill S. said...

Your productions seem to be getting more elaborate -- I love it! Viva Blockade Boy Theatre!

Gustavo said...

This is my first exposition to B-Boy Theatre, and not only I'm impressed....I'm sort of exited too. Jut imagine a threesome with Brucie and Spook. Hot!

Takes one to recognize another indeed...

Good thing I'm at home.

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

Great production, once again.

I don't know if I really buy your voice as Batman though. Couldn't you Adam West it up a little?

Blockade Boy said...

Bill S.: Thanks!

Gustavo: Whether it's electrified mesh or Astroglide, the Spook is one hard-to-hold bastard.

Jon: As the only one here who's actually met Batman, I think I have a pretty good idea of how he sounds. Also, harumph.

Phillip said...

You have a harp in the corner of your room, don't you?

Anonymous said...

I loved your caption voice the best, and the harp-ish music actually made me laugh out loud (I had to apologize to the other person in the room). Brilliant all around.

-Phil

Blockade Boy said...

Phillip: Guilty! And I've taught Cootie to play it (The size of it isn't a problem for her, seein' as how she can fly and all.)

Phil: Thanks! This was a little different from my other efforts, with most of the humor coming from the contrast of my "serious" performances as Batman and the Spook, and the goofball sound effects. Note: I tried out lots of voices for the Spook, and was stumped to find something both scary and funny. The raspy Spook voice also prevented me from doing a Kevin Conway raspy Batman voice (my first choice). Oh, well! I might do another romance comic story next.