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This is the home for my various "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" related projects.
Please note: I am just a fan of the show. I don't work for Cartoon Network, Turner, Time-Warner, or any other subsidiary, so please don't send me comments or suggestions about the shows. You should send those to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you want to comment about the site, or if you see something that needs correcting or updating, then please feel free to send me email.
CD liner notes
Please note: The Cartoon Network promotional CDs are no longer available. The CDs from Rhino Records are available for purchase at your local record store, or on-line from Rhino.
Interviews and Panels
- Cartoon Network panel at Dragon*Con '99, in Atlanta, GA on July 2, 1999.
- A radio interview with Brak, which was broadcast by WGST in Atlanta, GA on February 22, 1997.
- An interview with Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer, reprinted with permission of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Post campus newspaper.
- A radio spot with Space Ghost, which was broadcast by 98 PXY in Rochester, NY, on October 13, 1998.
- (A current "work in progress" is a transcript of the 1999 San Diego Comic Con panel put on by Cartoon Network. I plan to have this completed before the end of the millenium).
Articles and Reviews
Following are links to several other popular Space Ghost related sites, whose owners I've met, online or in person, over the years (listed in no particular order):
- Bryan Lambert's Modern Ghost Planet FAQ - everything you ever wanted to know about the Ghost Planet and its inhabitants, and less.
- Gerson Koenig's Daily Ghost Planet - news, gossip, upcoming guests, program schedules, and even parody.
- Kim McFarland's Brak's Scrapbook - pictures, Cartoon Planet song and skit transcripts, fan artwork, and much more.
- Matt Clarke's Space Ghost's Ghost Planet - one of the original Space Ghost sites (and the site which originally hosted my transcripts).
- Noel Fiser's original Ghost Planet - another one of the great original Space Ghost sites, even if it hasn't been updated in ages
- Hen Solo's Renegade Chickens - home of lots of interesting stuff, including several Flash animations of the C2C gang.
- ThoughtViper's The Sisto Files - not considered morally objectional or depraved or whatever (by me, anyway).
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