Furry Force Part 2 – Furry Superheroes Get Even Grosser

by Fesothepublished on 17/04/2014

America’s Grossest Kids Cartoon Returns! Furry Force Part 2.

Credits:

Cast :

Victor Vivisector – Adam Conover

Furancis – Adam Conover

Leon – Brian Murphy

Hip Hop – Adam Conover

Callie – Emily Axford

Trang – Rachel Ilg

President – Sam Reich

General – Sam Reich

Crew:

Writer – Adam Conover

Brian Murphy Producer – Sam Kirkpatrick

President of Original Content – Sam Reich

Vice President of Production / Executive Producer – Spencer Griffin

Director of Production – Sam Sparks

Director of Post Production – Michael Schaubach

Production Manager – Sam Kirkpatrick

Casting Director – Chrissy Fiorilli-Ellington

Post Production Supervisor – Evan Watkins

Post Production Coordinator – Andrew Mallonee

Head Assistant Editor – Phil Fox

Production Legal – Karen Segall

Production Accountant – Christine Rodriguez

Animation – Smiley Guy Studios

Executive Producer – Smiley Guy Studios – Jonas Diamond

Producer – Smiley Guy Studios – Mike Valiquette

Production Manager – Smiley Guy Studios – Julie Otten

Director – Smiley Guy Studios – Rich Duhaney

Storyboards – Smiley Guy Studios – Marko Bajic

Concept Designs – Smiley Guy Studios – Peter Habjan Mike Valiquette

Background Design – Smiley Guy Studios – Michael Linington Vladimir Kato

Character Rigging – Smiley Guy Studios – Joel Chahal Joseph Lague Sean Wickett

Animation – Smiley Guy Studios – Andre Guindi Michael Linington Rich Duhaney

Compositing – Smiley Guy Studios – Joel Gregorio

Editor – Smiley Guy Studios – Andrew McIntyre

Sound Design & Mix – Smiley Guy Studios – Paul O’Brien

Up Next

How many animal gods can you name? We look at Horus, Isis and Pan and how Christians reused their images for their own purposes.
This week we look at Paleolithic artworks that are anthropomorphic in nature. We go all over Europe looking for evidence of ancient furry-like art.
This is the introduction to the series. Learn what “Anthropomorphic” really means, find out about Furries, the things they love and how it brings them together. This is the first step into a larger world that goes back millennia. In the next episode we’ll look at Cave Paintings and the anthropomorphic artwork that dates back thousands of years.