this episode features
the talent of
(in order of appearance)
(The voice of warning, Mandarin director )
Difu ling is a large ghost. He has three arms, a relatively good memory, and a habit for holding on to things. Described as a Mountain of Muscles...this character is brought to life by actor Shawn Wen.
(Victor Caine, Co-Director)
Victor Caine is the most famous police officer in all of monsterdom. A cyclops, A hell of a detective, and the protagonist of our story, Bob Carter is the voice of The Eye.
(Announcer, Co-Director, Co-Writer)
The Announcer for everyone's favorite station, WKNUT, is a staple of the show. You'll get used to him selling you wonderful items and teasing you about next week's Episode. His vocal stylings are provided by Mr. Keith Brooks.
(Herbert West, Co-Writer, Co-Director)
The Lovecraftian Madman is the Medical Examiner for MNYPD MAjor Case. Locked away in his basement, the eccentric and confusing Dr. West is an asset to the force and possibly to this case in particular. Bean Dip Productions Co-Founder Trevor Garner weirds it up as Dr. Herbert West.
Lindsay Van Pelt
Xiangsheng is a mysterious character. Eyeless, Noseless, this interesting woman with only a mouth would be appealing enough...but she has a "nasty habit." Every time she speaks she tells part truth...and part lie. How will Victor tell the difference? Lindsay Van Pelt is breathtaking as this riddle of a character.
The assistant to the captain of Major Case, Blair is a brilliant, self made, and witchy woman. She could be a detective, hell...with her level of intelligence she could be anything. Just like the amazing Voice Actress bringing her to life, Abigail Gieseke.
Captain Helsing is the head of MNYPD'S Major Case squad. A half Vampire, he is strong not only in physical prowess but also character. A seasoned veteran of the Police Force, Rob Pralgo brings style and realism to the character.
Karamaneh is the deadly and vicious assistant to Dr. Fu Manchu. Clad in business attire and an attitude, the depths she is willing to go to in order to serve her employer are rather enigmatic to say the least. We are Fortunate enough to have the enigmatic artist Erica Gray bring the character to life.
(Dr. Fu Manchu)
Is the insidious Dr. Fu Manchu just a businessman? Or is his power rooted in something much more corrupt? This classical figure of Yellow Peril literature is redefined by the talent of David Haddad.
The Lieutenant of the Yakuza, Akateko is an extension of the samurai sword he carries. He is sharp, vicious, ferocious, and quick to action. With a red right hand (which happens to be scaly), he might prove to be a hurdle Victor finds difficulty in getting past. Albert Yoo paints the character with lethal strokes and intriguing shades.
Cory Di Mino
We are thrilled to have the sweet dulcet tones of Cory Di Mino close out the show with each and every installment. We know that if there's any talent that'll have you coming back, it'll be his.