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Dexter Dodgeball/Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor/Dexter's Assistant 

After repeated pummeling in the Gym class dodgeball game, Dexter arrives for class ready for action encased in an Armored Cyber-Sonic Exo-Jock Jumpsuit.

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Rasslor (voice) (as Randy 'Macho Man' Savage)
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Dexter (voice)
Allison Moore ...
Dee Dee (voice)
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Computer / Kid #1 / Bully #2 / Kid #3 (voice)
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Coach (voice)
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Announcer (voice)
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Bully #1 / Bully #3 / Promoter / Major Glory / Sam-R-i (voice)
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Main Title Narrator (voice)
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Monkey / Ref / Krunk (voice)
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Mike Man / Valhallen / Capitol G (voice)
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After repeated pummeling in the Gym class dodgeball game, Dexter arrives for class ready for action encased in an Armored Cyber-Sonic Exo-Jock Jumpsuit.

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5 May 1996 (USA)  »

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"Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor" in which Monkey and several other superheroes are challenged by an alien wrestler was adapted from an October 1982 issue of "Marvel Two in One" entitled "And They Shall Call Him... Champion!". In the comic, an alien boxer called The Champion challenges several of Marvel's heaviest hitters (Thor, the Hulk, Doc Samson, Colossus, etc.) to boxing matches. After defeating all comers, The Champion is touched by The Thing's refusal to give up, despite being greatly outmatched. See more »

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References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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Rasslor Episode
21 May 2011 | by (So Cal, USA) – See all my reviews

It's strange. Macho has left this plane of existence and all I can think about is the Rasslor storyline is actually a rip-off of a Marvel Annual featuring The Thing of Fantastic 4. http://www.leaderslair.com/marveluniverse/2in1an7.html Other than the Macho's distinct voice, much of the story that is used for the cartoon runs pretty much the same route of the Comic, right down to Monkey's black eye being the same eye as the Thing.

If I was Tom DeFalco, the original writer, I'd ask, did I give permission for The Dexter's people to use my story?

And Tom, if you didn't give permission, can you let me know how they'll recompense you and let me know that it worked out because a guy loved that book so much that when this cartoon came out, it was instantly recognized? Sorry it took so long to let you know and to Macho Man...Still a good rendition of Champion. You made the cartoon memorable.


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