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R.I.P. Jon Schnepp (1967-2018)

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LOLtron

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Postby LOLtron » Sun Jul 22, 2018 8:59 pm

A frequent collaborator on Collider, the director on several Adult Swim cartoons, and the writer/producer/director/narrator of The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened? documentary passed away at the age of 51.



Source: R.I.P. Jon Schnepp, A Genuine Hero

Jon Schnepp was a geek of all trades. The man had his hands into everything geek related. He dabbled in a lot of things on Collider. He had a huge career at Adult Swim. He was an animator, editor, and voice actor on Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. He directed episodes of the Venture Bros. and Metalocalypse (he also directed A TON of Dethklok music videos) while also co-directing episodes of BET's Black Panther cartoon. He wrote for several series/short films. He was a voice actor on Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Metalocalypse, and Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. 

The most famous thing about him, besides his heart, was the documentary he did The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened? which looked into the failed Tim Burton film of a live-action Superman movie starring Nicholas Cage (yes that one). 

 

 Tragically, Schnepp passed away on July 19th after suffering a stroke at the age of 51. Schnepp's impact is Superman geekdom is so great, that well Henry Cavill himself posted these touching words on his Instagram:

 

 

A fundraiser was set up originally for Schnepp's extensive medical expenses has now turned into donating to help Schnepp's family and his fiance Holly Payne. I think the only way to fittingly end this article is to post this in Schnepp's memory which now:

 



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Flamebird

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Postby Flamebird » Sun Jul 22, 2018 9:53 pm

2019??? Seriously? :roll:

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