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FAN-O-RAMA – A Futurama Fan Film

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You can grab your Futurama own two-pack of Calculon and King Bender for the low, low price of $23.

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This Futurama Robot Devil 6-Inch Vinyl Figure (complete with “fiddle accessory”) can be yours for the low, low price of $50.

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This 6in. Zoidberg Designer Vinyl Figure is sure to entice Futurama fans and can be yours for the low, low price of $50.

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After Lrr (Maurice LaMarche) pressures his son Jrr (Lauren Tom) into getting a planetary invasion merit badge by landing on Earth, forcing Nixon (Billy West) and Zapp Brannigan (West) to surrender, and destroying headless Agnew’s body, Nixon calls for a complete planetary embargo with Omicron Persei 8.

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After another malfunction causes the Planet Express ship to crash again, Leela (Katey Sagal) has it towed away to the city dump. Refusing to let his “Bessie” go, Professor Fransworth (Billy West) sneaks into the dump and steals enough parts to salvage, and supe-up, the ship. Looking for a new direction, the Professor hooks up with a street racing crew (because… um, well why not?).

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It turns out the 60’s Dynamic Duo will be making an appearance on the upcoming season of Futurama.

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Despite his recent interest in fox hunting Bender (John Di Maggio) becomes incensed after he discovers the hunters (led by guest-star Patrick Stewart) are actually hunting a robotic fox for sport. When his attempts to end robot cruelty and help Leela (Katey Sagal) protest the hunt fail, Bender decides to step in and rescue the fox. But Bender’s plan backfires when he finds himself the subject of the latest hunt.

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Bender-D2

by Cap'n Carrot on August 30, 2012 · 0 comments

in Star Wars

Thank you Internet!

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for reviews of the latest episodes of Burn Notice, Rookie Blue, and Futurama, as well as comic reviews for Batman, Daredevil Annual and the first issue of It Girl and the Atomics, and a look at the new Fleetwood Mac tribute album Just Tell Me That You Want Me.

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