interviews

Interview with Bill Farmer

Bill Farmer was the voice of Sam in Hit the Road (along with many other characters) and I had the absolute pleasure of being able to talk to him. Bill is a genuine man who has a real love of his craft – and a killer memory!

We talked about how he got into voice acting, his role as the iconic Disney character Goofy, along with his involvement in the original Sam & Max video game.

I hope you enjoy reading! It’s the longest interview on the site, which is great – Bill is full of stories and is really interesting.

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The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police – A Retrospective

Introducing the biggest article ever produced on the site!

Take a trip back in time and explore the origins of the animated show, with never-before-seen art work and original interviews with key talent: animators, writers, producers, and more.

Find out what inspired some of the episodes, why the show was only around for one season and if there’s ever a chance of it coming back.

I really hope you enjoy reading this. It’s been in the works for a very long time and it’s a joy to finally share it. Please be sure to share it with your friends and leave a comment if you have any feedback.

Without further ado: enjoy!

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Interview with Rob Tinkler

Following on from my interview with Harvey Atkin, voice of Sam in the animated series, I’m pleased to present to you this interview with Rob Tinkler. He was the voice of Max in the cartoon show and brought great energy to the wacky lagomorph.

Please read, consume and pass along to your friends! Feel free to leave any comments for Rob in the comments section. Did he bring cheer to your Saturday mornings back in the day? Or perhaps you discovered his great interpretation of Max through the DVDs? Whatever your story, I’m sure he’d love to hear from you fans!

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Interview with Harvey Atkin

It’s with great pleasure that I can present to you my interview with Harvey Atkin. For those of you who don’t know, Harvey voiced Sam in the Sam & Max animated series that broadcast oh so long ago!

For my money, Harvey’s portrayal of Sam is one of the greatest and it’s lovely to know how much he enjoyed the role. Please don’t hesitate to leave your feedback in the comments and I’ll be sure to pass it on to Harvey. I’m sure he’d love to hear from you all.

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Interview with Melissa Hutchison

Melissa Hutchison is a hot name in voice acting nowadays. Having won critical and fan acclaim with her role as Clementine in Telltale’s The Walking Dead, us Sam & Max fans were actually won over with her first with her portrayal of Girl Stinky.

It was a delight to be able to talk to Melissa about her work in the series and about voice acting in general. She’s super friendly, amazingly talented and obviously extremely passionate about her work. I hope you enjoy reading the interview.

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Interview with Dave Boat

pokernight2review_newsDave Boat is a voice actor who has been in TV shows (Family Guy), films (Wreck-It Ralph) and video games (Ratchet & Clank). He’s one talented and friendly guy, but how is he involved in Sam & Max?

In Poker Night 2, Dave took on the role of Max as a sound-alike for Telltale’s usual choice of William Kasten. Did you notice the change? I had a chat with Dave to find out more about him, his work in the industry and his experience of voicing Max.

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Interview with Vegas Trip

Vegas Trip (still his real name), voice of Chuckles and fan favourite Sal in Telltale’s episodic series, kindly agreed to be subject to an interview — a prospect which isn’t as scary as it sounds!

Some of these questions were posed by you, the faithful readers, so be sure to read on to hear what this multi-talented – theatre, voice over and comics are all in a days work – man has to say.

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Ask Vegas Trip, voice of Sal, your questions

Vegas Trip has voiced two characters in Telltale’s Sam & Max games: Chuckles and the fan favourite Sal. Vegas (yep, that’s his real name!) has kindly agreed to answer some of your questions in an interview for the site.

Use the contact form below to send in your question, making sure to fill out both of the required fields. Be sure to make your question interesting and unique as only a select number will be asked – Patrick Warburton similarities will be covered, so don’t worry about that. Click ‘Send’ when you’re ready to go. The closing date has passed.