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Thrilling Adventure Hour #134: Captain Laserbeam, “Book, Line, and Sinker!”
Episode 134: Thrilling Adventure Hour
Captain Laserbeam, "Book,…
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Thrilling Adventure Hour #134: Captain Laserbeam, “Book, Line, and Sinker!”

Starring John DiMaggio as Captain Laserbeam. Also starring Annie Savage and Melanie Lynskey as Captain Laserbeam’s Adventurekateers; Keegan-Michael Key as the Die-brarian; Craig Cackowski as his henchman, Papercut; and Hal Lublin as Phillip Fathom, the Deep Sea Detective.

Recorded on August 10, 2013.

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Comments

  1. lars says:

    Oh you delightful bunch of sexy voice-caramels … you’re a sound for sore ears, or however the saying goes. Fantastic job as always with the new Laserbeam episode. So funny. So witty. So good. Thank you very much! 🙂

  2. Hal Lublin says:

    No idea about that, but I’m confident Phillip Fathom will return some day. He’s always lurking…

  3. Nate says:

    Thanks for the response! Any chance we’ll see an occasional Phillip spin-off episode in the future, or at least another “Laserbeam’s out of town” story? Keep up the great work!

  4. Hal Lublin says:

    Thanks Nate! Surprisingly, it’s not a strain on my voice at all. I will say, however, that it does require quite a bit of oxygen, and there are times where it gets me a bit out of breath when I leave the stage.

  5. Nate says:

    I was wondering how long Hal Lublin needs to rest his voice after doing Phillip Fathom for a while, and then I realized he’s probably got to go more or less straight from that to doing the spooky voice for the Beyond Belief intro. Impressive vocal chords!