Here, you will soon be able to find all characters worth knowing from 8-Leafer Studios and Gnostic Press Productions.
Eric Blair: Roles
Dane Kirschnott is the host of “Overripe Bananas,” a serious interview show that interviews absolute maniacs about their film-work.
Fritz was the cousin of Igor. Appearing in “The Good Doctor Frankenstein,” he exists to show that there is a difference between Igor, and this other hunchback who helped out Dr. Frankenstein in the original Black and White.
The Giant, from “Cap’ ‘n’ the Giant,” is effectively the Giant from “Jack and the Beanstalk,” proving the timelessness of the fable.
The moment I found out Eric Blair could fill Rubric requirements in rap form, EZ-P was born. As an executive producer, he raps about above-the-line filmwork.
Appearing in “Optimism Vs. Pessimism – 3-D,” Optimistic Steve is entering a local Film contest, and he is optimistic.
Jack Schmidt: Roles
The Captain Tombstone Saga is the largest to date to come out of 8-Leafer Studios. Captain Tombstone appears in “Spaced Out: Oops!! Wrong Button!!,” “Captain Tombstone Vs. Cloverman” and “Cap’ ‘n’ the Giant.” Will Captain Tombstone figure out what makes Captain Tombstone Captain Tombstone? Captain Tombstone.
In this telling of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” Igor is fed up with the good Doctor Frankenstein in “The Good Doctor Frankenstein.”
Pessimistic Pete appears in “Optimism Vs. Pessimism – 3-D.” He is entering a local film contest. He is pessimistic.
Joseph Carlson: Roles
Clover-Man is way more than a character. Once a year, starting in 2013, Clover-Man steps out from the world of crime fighting and into reality, and climbs Enger Tower in Duluth, Minnesota, and casts 88 4-leaf clovers to the winds as a vessel to share his wealth of mystical value, without discrimination, with the city that raised him. Clover-Man is, in reality, Joseph Carlson, a mild mannered freelance artist hailing from Duluth. He is possibly the silliest of heroes, and (allegedly) relies on the luck contained in the clover Pendants that he makes and adorns himself in. Clover-Man truly makes his own luck. He might not be the sharpest tack in the super-hero drawer, but he doesn’t need to be, and is content.
About a week after “Captain Tombstone Vs. Clover-Man” was posted to youtube, Stan Lee announced his new project in the UK, “Lucky Man.” At the time, he had some actors in mind: That sounds like about a weeks worth of financed pre-production to us, here at 8-Leafer Studios, but we also consider it validation of a legitimately good character. It is about a Private-Eye who gets his hands on a clover pendant, and he makes his own luck.
Topper Selfmann is the most arrogant Director ever.
Appearing in “The Good Doctor Frankenstein,” Igor is upset with the mad doctor.
Appearing in “Spaced Out: Oops!! Wrong Button!!,” Mr. Tibbles doesn’t know how to fly that thing.
The Mystic Wander
Based on a character from “30-Second Fortune,” The Mystic Wanderer returns.
The Bus-Stop Kid
Appearing In “Dead Stop: A Halloween Short,” The Bus Stop Kid does not look ready for this.
SCRipt Soop appears in a rap-battle with EZ-P in, “Eric Blair & “Cloverman” Joe Carlson Present EZ-P and SCRipt-Soop”
And this year we have a special new team member!
Introducing Erika Adams as Nixie!
Nixie will be taking off in our next untitled production to be filmed this spring!
More Coming Soon!