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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Still funny: Brad Neely

Posted By on Wed, May 14, 2008 at 11:16 AM

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Breathe easy fans of zany, scatalogical cartoons about man babies and clueless professors. The end of superdeluxe.com (or, officially, the "fold-into" adultswim.com) does not signal the end of Fort Smith native Brad Neely's cartoon output (see our long-feature on Neely from last year).

Reached by email, Neely confirmed that "China, IL," the four-part mini-series starring the Professor Brothers and Babycakes that's halfway done, will continue to screen on Adult Swim TV and be hosted on SuperDeluxe. Neely said the site will likely continue to exist for a while. He still has 25 videos SuperDeluxe plans to host.

"I am gearing up for TV," Neely said. "But I am not sure where I'll end up or what I will be working on. I have other series that I am currently developing that will move differently and star new characters. Lots of ideas in the works. Baby Cakes and The Professor Brothers are not over (and I have really just begun.)"

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