A good read! Cheers for that.
More Interviews with people behind the 2002 cartoon from The Essential MYP He-Man blog, with He-Man.Org
- Voice Actor for Mekaneck & Orko - Gabe Khouth
- Voice Director and Actor for King Randor - Michael Donovan
- Animation Director - Gary Hartle
- Character Designer - Lynell Forestall
- Storyboard Artist Dave Bullock
This time Jukka interviewed Steven Melching, a freelance writer for Mike Young Productions He-Man who wrote "Rise of the Snake Men" and many more Snake Men episodes!
Read the interview in the link below:
Interesting read. Thought it was interesting about Snake Face, though I pretty much guessed that would have been the situation given how his fate played out in the show. A power like his could prove to be difficult to write for.
Though he was a bit hazy in his recollection I thought the 'factions' tidbit about the Snakemen sounded intriguing. I suppose you couldn't really keep trapping them in another dimension only to let them out again whenever you wanted them back as a threat. lol
Easiest fix is have Snake Face's power only induce temporary paralysis, gives him the same power but it's toned down, and still a BIG threat on the battlefield. also make it so it has to regenerate, like a biological power (snakes can't inject venom into everyone they bite, their body has to produce it, so after a few strikes, they are venomless for a while.
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Great interview Jukka. Thanks for posting it!
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