Allow me to introduce to you a song from one of my non
-fanquel projects, an original movie named "Fantasmagoria". In the movie (which was partially-inspired by Ralph Bakshi's "Cool World" & Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"), Chartreuse
, a young cartoonist with dreams of making it big in the art biz, is suddenly pulled into the "imaginary" world that provides the setting for her animated television show project. This magical land, Fantasmagoria, is divided into separate realms (e.g., a movie-themed realm, an art-themed realm, a music-themed realm, etc.), all of which are home to a wide variety of zany characters, including (but certainly not limited to) Alexia
(a benevolent Alex-DeLarge-like character), General Buck Scott
(a tough-talking army general modeled after Gen. Buck Turgidson, George Patton, & George C. Scott), Ace
(a hyperactive gambler), Betsy
(a knowledgeable centipede-like creature who's got information in her built-in computer consoles on just about everything in Fantasmagoria), Donna
(a lovely mouse dancer), Rainbow
(a good-natured lady hippie with an obsession for the very thing she's named after)...
...& last, but not least, Mr. Demetrius Metamorph
(a comical character based on Peter Sellers who has plenty of multiple personalities, each with their own different name, look, mannerisms, & whatnot). This song, sung by Mr. Metamorph in his introductory scene, gives us insight on his character--& admittedly, it was a lot of fun to write.
So, what do you think of it?