Tuesday, May 23, 2006



As Tohoscope says, Crazy Monkey Hell will be presented at Animazement this coming Friday, starting at 11pm in main events. Literal public crusaders! Communist furries! Math lessons! And a startling glimpse into the horror that was the 1970s. If you aren't in Canada, come on down to North Carolina and join in the festivities. Convention details await you here.

8 comments:

Tohoscope said...

Extra points for Doctor Wagner Jr.!

Chris Sobieniak said...

I got a kick out of "Los Furries Comunistas"! :-)

Daryl Surat said...

I personally always had a greater affinity for Dr Wagner Jr's brother, the great and terrible La Parka. Or as he's known now due to legal reasons, L.A. Park.

Tohoscope said...

I thought La Parka had been unmasked. He hasn't been on CMLL since then. But lately I've been watching some great matches with Dr Wagner Jr and Son of Santo and Atlantis.

David F Smith said...

The original La Parka remains masked under the new identity of L.A. Par-K, on account of some haggard Antonio Pena gimmick infringement shit with a fake La Parka in AAA.

Anyway, Phil will have a full report at some point, but the short version is that the AZ Hell successfully destroyed the audience with an all-new set. Nothing we put on for a good 100 minutes had been shown at the con before (and we could have kept going for at least another hour).

Highlights included the death of Bob Sapp and a montage of classic North Korean furry war cartoons.

DFS.

Phil Lee said...

Like David said, it went like gangbusters. I've posted a full report in the forum.

Tohoscope said...

I just saw La ParK in a AAA cage match with Abismo against Cibernet. It's nice to know I'm not the only one watching this stuff.

Chris Sobieniak said...

That North Korean furry toon sounds interesting.

Also rather neat to see that big from "Allegro non Troppo" also got used as well, though I wasn't sure how workable that one was for such a presentation, but nice to see it worked. I need to send you guys some Mr. Rossi shorts in case one of them might be workable in a later screening!