As I mentioned at Comic Con “Weird Al” Yankovic is playing Wander’s old nemesis, The Mischievous Dr. Screwball Jones in Season 2 of Wander over Yonder. And I have to say working with Al was one of the most fun and memorable recording sessions of my career. Not only was he hilarious, not only did he knock the song out of the park, not only did he hang out with us afterwards and eat sandwiches, he was one of the most professional, and nicest guys I’ve ever had the honor to work with!
Big congrats to him on the well deserved success of Mandatory Fun! It’s really cool when the nice guys finish first.
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As I mentioned at Comic Con “Weird Al” Yankovic is playing Wander’s old nemesis, The Mischievous Dr. Screwball Jones in Season 2 of Wander over Yonder. And I have to say working with Al was one of the most fun and memorable recording sessions of my career. Not only was he hilarious, not only did he knock the song out of the park, not only did he hang out with us afterwards and eat sandwiches, he was one of the most professional, and nicest guys I’ve ever had the honor to work with!

Big congrats to him on the well deserved success of Mandatory Fun! It’s really cool when the nice guys finish first.

WANDER AT COMIC CON!!! This THURSDAY JULY 24th from 2:00 to 3:00 in room 25ABC please join me, April Winchell, Tom Kenny, and Jack McBrayer (in his first Con appearance!) at DisneyXD’S WANDER OVER YONDER PANEL! We’ll be talking about and showing some exclusive clips from what’s coming up in Season 1, giving you a bit of insight into Season 2 and maybe you may even get to hear from Wander, Sylvia, and Commander Peepers themselves! Also you’ll get a chance to ask us any questions you may have about the show.
Immediately following the panel Jack, April, and I will be signing in room AA05. There, you can show everyone at the Con your love for love- or your love for hate- or your hate for love- or your hate for hate- with these limited edition, exclusive reversable Wander/Hater hats!  
Looking forward to seeing you all!

WANDER AT COMIC CON!!! This THURSDAY JULY 24th from 2:00 to 3:00 in room 25ABC please join me, April Winchell, Tom Kenny, and Jack McBrayer (in his first Con appearance!) at DisneyXD’S WANDER OVER YONDER PANEL! We’ll be talking about and showing some exclusive clips from what’s coming up in Season 1, giving you a bit of insight into Season 2 and maybe you may even get to hear from Wander, Sylvia, and Commander Peepers themselves! Also you’ll get a chance to ask us any questions you may have about the show.

Immediately following the panel Jack, April, and I will be signing in room AA05. There, you can show everyone at the Con your love for love- or your love for hate- or your hate for love- or your hate for hate- with these limited edition, exclusive reversable Wander/Hater hats!  

Looking forward to seeing you all!

A BOOSH IN THE BOOTH!!
A bit late on this, since THE FANCY PARTY already aired but I wanted to say there was nobody better to play- The evil QUEN ENTOZOA, who was actually possessed by the even EVILER SPECTRAL WORM, who in turn becomes the most evil, EVIL SANDWICH in the galaxy- than the hilarious and not at all evil RICH FULCHER!

A BOOSH IN THE BOOTH!!

A bit late on this, since THE FANCY PARTY already aired but I wanted to say there was nobody better to play- The evil QUEN ENTOZOA, who was actually possessed by the even EVILER SPECTRAL WORM, who in turn becomes the most evil, EVIL SANDWICH in the galaxy- than the hilarious and not at all evil RICH FULCHER!

Disney has officially announced the pick up of Wander over Yonder Season 2 !!! The season was green lit back in February but we couldn’t talk about until they made the official announcement. 

Now that they have, I can say that we have lots of exciting new things planned for this season! Lots of new characters, lots of new planets, and lots of new challenges for Wander, Sylvia, Hater, and Peepers to deal with including a new villain who rivals Hater’s position as the greatest in the galaxy!

We were picked up for 22 half hours, 4 of which will be full 22 minute episodes that form one long story arc. The other 36 cartoons will be traditional 11 minutes that stand alone but also loosely relate to the longer arc.

We’re really having great  time putting this season together, we’ve got some really funny episodes in the works and the dynamics between our main characters continues to evolve.

Wander Season 1 is going strong on Disney XD and we still have lots of more S.1 episodes slated to air throughout the year!

Thanks for watching, and if you love Wander as much as we do, please spread the word!

Craig
Disney has officially announced the pick up of Wander over Yonder Season 2 !!! The season was green lit back in February but we couldn’t talk about until they made the official announcement. 
Now that they have, I can say that we have lots of exciting new things planned for this season! Lots of new characters, lots of new planets, and lots of new challenges for Wander, Sylvia, Hater, and Peepers to deal with including a new villain who rivals Hater’s position as the greatest in the galaxy!
We were picked up for 22 half hours, 4 of which will be full 22 minute episodes that form one long story arc. The other 36 cartoons will be traditional 11 minutes that stand alone but also loosely relate to the longer arc.
We’re really having great  time putting this season together, we’ve got some really funny episodes in the works and the dynamics between our main characters continues to evolve.
Wander Season 1 is going strong on Disney XD and we still have lots of more S.1 episodes slated to air throughout the year!
Thanks for watching, and if you love Wander as much as we do, please spread the word!
Craig

Enthusiastic Attempts at Hot Swing & String Band Favorites, by The Two Man Gentlemen Band

Attention Wanderers! Wander’s composer, the extraordinary Andy Bean has just released his latest “Two Man Gentleman Band” album entitled “Enthusiastic Attempts at Hot Swing & String Band Favorites.” And man oh man, if your a fan of the positive good vibe ditties you hear in the show this latest long player will not disappoint! Just to give you a context for this gentlemans talent, this was recorded live on vintage equipment in just a few days, while he was still working on composing episodes of the show! Well done sir!

Wow I have no words but as Mojo would say: ” This statue of me, Moooojo Jojo is the most incredible thing I have ever seen! I have yet to view a sculpted image of my visage that has filled me, Moooojo Jojo with such a feeling of joy! Never has my likeness been so accurately represented, I feel as if I Moooojo Jojo am looking in a mirror at myself, Moooojo Jojo! Curse you Kreature Kid and your incredible talent!”

Keeping with the Bloo Superdude theme, here’s a piece I did back on Foster’s. I found a place that still printed classic blacklight posters and had a bunch made as crew Christmas gifts that year.

Keeping with the Bloo Superdude theme, here’s a piece I did back on Foster’s. I found a place that still printed classic blacklight posters and had a bunch made as crew Christmas gifts that year.

Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 
Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  
HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!
So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 
Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.
So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.
That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   
Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.
Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.
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Part 2 of “Toys that Never Were!” THE BLOO SUPERDUDE! 

Back when we were developing Foster’s toys I was in a meeting with our manufacturer to brainstorm ideas for what would make a great Bloo toy. After some frustrating back and fourth on the difficulty of making toys for comedy cartoons, I suggested that if Bloo was sitting in this meeting he would have no problem coming up with what would make a great toy of him…  

HE WOULD WANT THE MOST EXTREME TOY EVER MADE!!!

So I developed Bloo’s heroic fantasy version of himself: The Bloo Superdude! My thought was that you could make a toy for a comedy by making a comedic toy! I thought it would be funny to turn Bloo into one of the most absurdly stupid (but awesome) action figures ever! Just make him a pumped up warrior/robot/superhero/rock-star with tons of useless (but awesome) gadgets, weapons, and accessories! 

Each Superdude set would come with a basic removable Bloo figure (each with a different expression) and one of the members of the Foster’s gang.

So the Superdude would come with a Mac, his jetpack could come with an Eduardo, additional weapons for his robo-arm could include a Coco, and his chopper came with a bendy Wilt.

That way, if you collected all the sets you would not only have all this Superdude stuff, but you would also have the basic Foster’s gang as well!   

Cartoon Network and I loved this idea so much, that in an attempt to convince our manufacturer to make The Superdude, I made a couple of cartoons with him in it and CN made the amazing prototype pictured here.

Despite our best efforts, it didn’t happen. But at least CN was nice enough to let me have the prototype as proof of how absurdly stupid (but awesome) this toy could have been.