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strongbad_email.exe: Disc 1 [2004]
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Director:Matt Chapman
Mike Chapman
Writer:Matt Chapman
Mike Chapman
Composer:Matt Chapman
Mike Chapman
Songs:Matt Chapman
Mike Chapman
Length:77 minutes
(1 hour 17 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Suggested Event Use:April Fools
Sorting Category:Kids
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  • Kids
  • Cartoon
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Synopsis: Strong Bad introduces a web-toon phenomenon by answering emails from viewers.


Reaction: There are a few gems in this first disc, but the format is still a bit stiff for the first while.


Personal Rating: 7/10


Highlights
"Trevor the Vampire" and "Invisiblility"

Select Cast and Crew
Matt Chapman => Director / Writer / Composer / Songs / Homestar Runner / Bubs / Additional Voices / Strong Bad / The Cheat / The King of Town / Strong Sad / Homsar / Strong Mad / Coach Z
Mike Chapman => Director / Writer / Composer / Songs / Powered by The Cheat Coach Z / Pom Pom / Powered by The Cheat Bubs / Powered by The Cheat Eh! Steve / Additional Voices / Powered by The Cheat Strong Bad / Powered by The Cheat Marzipan / Powered by The Cheat Homestar
Melissa Palmer => Marzipan (as Missy Palmer)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • All of the cartoons on the DVD were made in Macromedia Flash.
  • All of the easter eggs that appeared on the website from which these cartoons originate still work in the DVD version; there is a special method of accessing them using your DVD player remote.
  • The first 100 Strong Bad E-Mail shorts were originally released on the Homestar Runner website from August 2001 to March 16, 2004.
  • Hidden creator's commentary is accessible by hitting the select language button on the DVD control.
  • Homsar was originally created only for the second e-mail, but then Matt Chapman and Mike Chapman decided to keep him around.