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Brak

Brak

Brak


At least three things are scrobbled with this name: 1. An American cartoon character, Voldemar H. Brakley "Brak" Guerta is the name of the main character in The Brak Show on Cartoon Network. He was formerly a villain on the 1966 Hanna-Barbera cartoon Space Ghost, as a catlike alien warlord trying to conquer the galaxy. However, as with most Space Ghost characters, he was later re-imagined as a silly, nonsensical parody of his former self. On The Brak Show he plays a suburban pre-teen, probably a parody of Leave It To Beaver. Read more on Last.fm
At least three things are scrobbled with this name: 1. An American cartoon character, Voldemar H. Brakley "Brak" Guerta is the name of the main character in The Brak Show on Cartoon Network. He was formerly a villain on the 1966 Hanna-Barbera cartoon Space Ghost, as a catlike alien warlord trying to conquer the galaxy.

However, as with most Space Ghost characters, he was later re-imagined as a silly, nonsensical parody of his former self. On The Brak Show he plays a suburban pre-teen, probably a parody of Leave It To Beaver. On an episode of Cartoon Planet, when responding to a viewer's letter, Brak revealed that the cause of his sudden stupidity was the after-effects of being thrown into a space dust cloud by Space Ghost at the end of one of the original shorts. On the premiere episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast in 1994, Brak and his (lesser known) brother Sisto were first shown as a parody of Beavis and Butt-Head. Brak eventually made more frequent appearances on Space Ghost Coast to Coast, often just yelling "All hail Braaak!!!" or "Hi my name is Braaak!!", until Cartoon Planet premiered on TBS in 1995 and his character developed more of a personality, as well as a vocabulary (to some extent).

In 2000 Brak had two hour-long Sonny and Cher-style variety specials called Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak, which included celebrity guest stars and music numbers. Brak's voice was provided by Keye Luke in the 1966 animated series; in all modern appearances (beginning with Coast to Coast), he has been voiced by Andy Merrill. 2. The famous Dutch crossover band with their one hit wonder 'Het Is Weer Zover'. 3. a Polish new wave band from the 80`s... Read more on Last.fm.

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