I wanted to push the DVD extras toward comics and comic fans. To a certain extent that was accomplished. There's plenty of time with Mike and there'll be more of his interview on Blood and Iron.
The DVD crew even flew up to Portland, Oregon to interview Dark Horse publisher, Mike Richardson. They also talked to Mike Mignola's editor, Scott Allie, and his colorist, Dave Stewart. I could listen to this
kind of stuff for hours but there's enough on the disk to understand the esteem these guys have for Mike.
The actors talk about the process of voice acting and what they find hard about it. Selma is very open about the self consciousness she feels about her voice. Veteran voice actor, Phil Lamarr, who you might know as Samurai Jack talks about the challenges of voice acting in general.
Of course you learn a lot of the thought process that went into making the movies. There's way too much of me, mostly because I provided transitions between the subjects they wanted to cover. There's plenty of storyboard sketches and interviews with some of the crew and a special section on Cheeks. All in all it's a pretty sweet package of extras. But on top of that there's a 32 page comic put together by Dark Horse. But if you're reading this you're probably already buying a copy... so tell a friend! -- Tad