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Monsters in Miniature by Todd McFarlane (2004)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  2004 (USA)
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This featurette can be found on the R1 Unrated Edition and the R2 Extreme Edition DVDs of AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004) See more »


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16 December 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is the third-shortest featurette on the 2-Disc Extreme Edition DVD of Alien Vs. Predator. It has a running time of 13 and a half minutes, and consists of Todd McFarlane(the Spawn guy, not the Family Guy, American Dad one, though they are both in animation, sorta... that would be Seth, who does cartoon series, this one does comic books and sculptures) being interviewed about these figures, and we also see him craft a little bit(oh, and there's some text info), set to kickin' rock music. He talks about why he makes them, his demographic(not children, but young men), the people who can't stand them(55-year old Conservative mothers), getting them out onto the market(the biggest problem was that they didn't know where to put them, in the stores with graphic novels!), and how popular they are as its his passion and he pays for it himself, so instead of a CEO sitting there deciding how to make the most money by selling something cheap, he tries to make something of high quality and then they'll figure out the price afterwards(and he's the only one losing money). I recommend this to the fanbase and no one else. 7/10

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