Monday, April 13, 2009

A Team Loses it's Voice



PS - I am a Philadelphian by birth and by passion and grew up with baseball as my favorite sport. It still is likey my favorite sport to watch and today likely the biggest legend of the organization, Harry Kalas, passed out and died at the ballpark.

For those outside of the area, he also did some voice over work for commercials and also for NFL films, which may be the best chance to have heard him. To hear a famous call click HERE. His voice made listening to baseball on the radio in the summer one of the greatest things ever.

BTW the guy in the back is the color guy Chris Wheeler, generally not liked, but we loved his reaction.

11 comments:

Chris Dunning said...

Anyone else think the kid in today's comic looks like he should be a young Scott? My only real thought on the comic other than the art looks nice.

TheOriginalJes said...

I'm pretty sure it's a young Rayne, as Scott posted. But, no, I don't see any resemblance to Scott.

Chris Dunning said...

Ah, I guess it helps if I read his write-ups... bah.

Brett Schiller (Sage) said...

Bah
I wouldn't have helped anyway because I don't know what a young Scott would look like and I don't know what Rayne and Lars look like.

TheOriginalJes said...

I imagine young Scott looking like that kid from the Disney Channel.

Chris Dunning said...

Which kid from the Disney Channel... there's been a few of those.

Brett Schiller (Sage) said...

Spencer Breslin?

Look it up on google the link is too long :)

TheOriginalJes said...

I don't know his name. The formerly fat one from Josh and Drake.

Brett Schiller (Sage) said...

@OriginalJes

That was Nickelodeon and Josh Peck

Zac said...

Least I Could Do is written by Ryan Sohmer and drawn by Lar deSouza.

Rayne is the main character from LICD.

The art style is the one that Lar uses for LICD Beginnings, which is the strip they do every Sunday featuring young Rayne.
Here's the last one.
http://www.pvponline.com/2009/04/14/i-want-to-believe/

So that's three or four errors or omissions I've correct for you Sage. You're welcome. Way to be on the ball.

Brett Schiller (Sage) said...

@ Zac
Yes i wrote down who the guest strip was, I didn't say who the kid was one of the posters was wondering and I didn't know. And my link was correct.

Those errors and omissions you saw? Got bless those that are delussional.

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