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*The Great World of Sound — The Brothers Chaps made [http://www.greatworldofsound.com/ this fake website] to promote the film they produced of the same name (see [[#Film|below]]). [[Forum:10623|According to Craig Zobel]], it was somewhat inspired by the Thorax Corporation website (see [[#Thorax|above]]).
*The Great World of Sound — The Brothers Chaps made [http://www.greatworldofsound.com/ this fake website] to promote the film they produced of the same name (see [[#Film|below]]). [[Forum:10623|According to Craig Zobel]], it was somewhat inspired by the Thorax Corporation website (see [[#Thorax|above]]).
*[[Ron Planet]] — A [http://www.ronplanet.com/ comic strip] written by Matt Chapman and Craig Zobel. Accessible from the Videlectrix site's game gallery, by clicking on the Ron Planet blurb on the [[Duck Guardian 2]] box.
*[[Ron Planet]] — A [http://www.ronplanet.com/ comic strip] written by Matt Chapman and Craig Zobel. Accessible from the Videlectrix site's game gallery, by clicking on the Ron Planet blurb on the [[Duck Guardian 2]] box.
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20171208124055/https://blog.mailchimp.com/happy-holidays-mike-chapman-style-2/ Happy Holidays, Mike Chapman Style] — On December 16, 2011, Mike created an animated customer story for email marketing service MailChimp.
 
*[http://www.adultswim.com/games/web/rick-and-mortys-rushed-licensed-adventure/ Rick and Morty's Rushed Licensed Adventure] {{inlinecontentwarning}} — Mike and [[Jonathan Howe]] helped create this ''[[Wikipedia:Rick and Morty|Rick and Morty]]'' [[Flash]] game for the Adult Swim website. Similar to [[Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque]], it is a retro-styled point-and-click adventure game released in four episodes.
*[http://www.adultswim.com/games/web/rick-and-mortys-rushed-licensed-adventure/ Rick and Morty's Rushed Licensed Adventure] {{inlinecontentwarning}} — Mike and [[Jonathan Howe]] helped create this ''[[Wikipedia:Rick and Morty|Rick and Morty]]'' [[Flash]] game for the Adult Swim website. Similar to [[Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque]], it is a retro-styled point-and-click adventure game released in four episodes.
*[http://cosmicscoundrels.com Cosmic Scoundrels] {{inlinecontentwarning}} — Starting in early 2014, Matt created this ongoing webcomic along with [[imdb:nm1635570|Andy Suriano]]. The comic contains Easter eggs in the traditional Homestar style, offsetting the darker, sketchier tone of the other illustrations.
*[http://cosmicscoundrels.com Cosmic Scoundrels] {{inlinecontentwarning}} — Starting in early 2014, Matt created this ongoing webcomic along with [[imdb:nm1635570|Andy Suriano]]. The comic contains Easter eggs in the traditional Homestar style, offsetting the darker, sketchier tone of the other illustrations.
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==Television==
==Television==
[[File:Matt Chapman Voice Credit.png|thumb|Matt Chapman's voice credit]]
[[File:Matt Chapman Voice Credit.png|thumb|Matt Chapman's voice credit]]
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*''[[Wikipedia:Sealab 2021|Sealab 2021]]'' — Matt performed two songs in a [[Larry Palaroncini]]-style voice for an episode entitled [https://www.adultswim.com/videos/sealab-2021/sharkos-machine "Sharko's Machine"].{{inlinecontentwarning}}
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*''[[Wikipedia:Sealab 2021|Sealab 2021]]'' — Matt performed two songs in a [[Larry Palaroncini]]-style voice for an episode entitled [http://www.tv.com/sealab-2021/sharkos-machine/episode/380484/summary.html "Sharko's Machine"].
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:*[http://video.adultswim.com/sealab-2021/studying-montage.html Watch "Respek Knuckles"]
:*[http://web.archive.org/web/20070927223320/http://www.adultswim.com/downloads/tools/audio/sealab/sealab_knowledge.mp3 Download "The Knowledge Hat"] (mirror)
:*[http://web.archive.org/web/20070927223320/http://www.adultswim.com/downloads/tools/audio/sealab/sealab_knowledge.mp3 Download "The Knowledge Hat"] (mirror)
*''[http://www.channel101.com/shows/show.php?show_id=47 Twigger's Holiday]'' — Matt animated sequences for two episodes.
*''[http://www.channel101.com/shows/show.php?show_id=47 Twigger's Holiday]'' — Matt animated sequences for two episodes.
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*''[[Wikipedia:Yo Gabba Gabba!|Yo Gabba Gabba!]]'' — Created an animated cartoon, "[https://youtu.be/iGLN677ferM?&t=1114 Faldarz and the Yellow Alien]", for the episode "Friends". Matt later wrote and directed the show, starting in season three.
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*''[[Wikipedia:Yo Gabba Gabba!|Yo Gabba Gabba!]]'' — Created an animated cartoon, ''Faldarz'', for the episode "Friends". Matt now writes and directs the show, starting in season three.
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*''[[The Aquabats! Super Show!]]'' — From the creators of ''Yo Gabba Gabba!'', Matt is co-writer, director, and appeared in multiple episodes of the show. One of his appearances had him take the role of "Carl", a masked magician who resembles and talks like [[Strong Bad]]. [[Aquabats Concert - 18 Jan 2011|This is far from The Brothers Chaps' first collaboration with the Aquabats.]]
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*''[[Wikipedia:The Aquabats! Super Show!|The Aquabats! Super Show!]]'' — From the creators of ''Yo Gabba Gabba!'', Matt is co-writer, director, and appeared in multiple episodes of the show. One of his appearances had him take the role of "Carl", a masked magician who resembles and talks like [[Strong Bad]]. [[Aquabats Concert - 18 Jan 2011|This is far from The Brothers Chaps' first collaboration with the Aquabats.]]
*Both of The Brothers Chaps have had a [http://articles.latimes.com/2012/mar/12/entertainment/la-et-disney-animation-20120312 development deal] with [[Disney]] [[Wikipedia:Disney Television Animation|Television Animation]]. According to Matt in a [[The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show Interview - 7 July 2014|podcast interview]], he and Mike [http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-hill/what-would-walt-have-thou_b_8862654.html created] a pilot about a robot foreign exchange student for Disney XD.
*Both of The Brothers Chaps have had a [http://articles.latimes.com/2012/mar/12/entertainment/la-et-disney-animation-20120312 development deal] with [[Disney]] [[Wikipedia:Disney Television Animation|Television Animation]]. According to Matt in a [[The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show Interview - 7 July 2014|podcast interview]], he and Mike [http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-hill/what-would-walt-have-thou_b_8862654.html created] a pilot about a robot foreign exchange student for Disney XD.
**''[[Wikipedia:Gravity Falls|Gravity Falls]]'' — Matt has done some writing and additional voices in certain episodes of the show.
**''[[Wikipedia:Gravity Falls|Gravity Falls]]'' — Matt has done some writing and additional voices in certain episodes of the show.
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**''[[Wikipedia:Wander Over Yonder|Wander Over Yonder]]'' — Matt is a writer for the episodes "The Bounty" and "The Time Bomb", while Mike helped write "The Liar". Craig McCracken's previous show ''Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends'' [[:File:Bloostar.PNG|referenced Homestar]] a decade earlier.
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**''[[Wikipedia:Wander Over Yonder|Wander Over Yonder]]'' — Matt is a writer for the episodes "The Bounty" and "The Time Bomb", while Mike helped write "The Liar".
**''[[Wikipedia:Mickey Mouse (TV series)|Mickey Mouse]]'' — Matt did "brainstorming" for the short "[[YouTube:Q4uRnxBoYP0|The Boiler Room]]".
**''[[Wikipedia:Mickey Mouse (TV series)|Mickey Mouse]]'' — Matt did "brainstorming" for the short "[[YouTube:Q4uRnxBoYP0|The Boiler Room]]".
**''[[Wikipedia:Star vs. the Forces of Evil|Star vs. the Forces of Evil]]'' — Matt voices Alfonzo and other characters.
**''[[Wikipedia:Star vs. the Forces of Evil|Star vs. the Forces of Evil]]'' — Matt voices Alfonzo and other characters.
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**''[[Wikipedia:Pickle and Peanut|Pickle and Peanut]]'' — Matt provides the voice of Mr. Mjart, and wrote on three episodes.
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**''[[Wikipedia:Pickle and Peanut|Pickle and Peanut]]'' — Matt provides the voice of Mr. Mjart.
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**''[[Wikipedia:Amphibia (TV series)|Amphibia]]'' — Matt voices Tritonio in the episode "[https://amphibiapedia.fandom.com/wiki/Combat_Camp Combat Camp]".
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*''[[Wikipedia:One Dollar (TV series)|One Dollar]]'' — Matt portrays Clark Shaw, father of Cooper Shaw (Matt’s real-life daughter Ida Chapman) in her namesake episode.
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==[[YouTube]]==
==[[YouTube]]==
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[[File:DooblieDoo.png|200px|thumb|The title screen of The Brothers Chaps' cartoon, [[Two More Eggs]].]]
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[[File:DooblieDoo.png|200px|thumb|A picture of The Brothers Chaps' new cartoon, [[Two More Eggs]].]]
*The Paul and Storm Nondenominational Perennial Holiday Special - Parts [[youtube:g_yRcgHFaUs|One]] and [[youtube:6IjTHARNEWc|Two]] {{inlinecontentwarning}} — [[Da Vinci's Notebook|Paul and Storm]] created a parody of holiday specials in two parts; Part One was released on December 1st, 2014, and Part Two was released on December 23. It was created in order to serve as the $100,000 stretch goal for Paul and Storm's ''Ball Pit'' album. Mike and Matt are credited with animating the special, as well as helping to create the story. In addition, Matt voiced the character Mister Small Business. One of the backgrounds also contains a [[Videlectrix]] logo, and the "Indie Record Store" character bears a resemblance to Mike.
*The Paul and Storm Nondenominational Perennial Holiday Special - Parts [[youtube:g_yRcgHFaUs|One]] and [[youtube:6IjTHARNEWc|Two]] {{inlinecontentwarning}} — [[Da Vinci's Notebook|Paul and Storm]] created a parody of holiday specials in two parts; Part One was released on December 1st, 2014, and Part Two was released on December 23. It was created in order to serve as the $100,000 stretch goal for Paul and Storm's ''Ball Pit'' album. Mike and Matt are credited with animating the special, as well as helping to create the story. In addition, Matt voiced the character Mister Small Business. One of the backgrounds also contains a [[Videlectrix]] logo, and the "Indie Record Store" character bears a resemblance to Mike.
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*[[Two More Eggs]] — A series of shorts produced by The Brothers Chaps for Disney XD's YouTube channel and other platforms.
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*[[Two More Eggs]] — A series of shorts produced by The Brothers Chaps for Disney XD's YouTube Channel.
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*''[[Wikipedia:Rooster Teeth#Camp Camp|Camp Camp]]'' — Matt provides the voice of Carl, Neil's father in the [[youtube:44w3C-jLsxk|season 2 finale]] {{inlinecontentwarning}}.
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==Film==
==Film==
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**[[YouTube:C6G609-TgDE|Watch the trailer]].
**[[YouTube:C6G609-TgDE|Watch the trailer]].
*Missy Palmer has a developing résumé of film credits, available at her [[imdb:nm0658371|IMDB page]].
*Missy Palmer has a developing résumé of film credits, available at her [[imdb:nm0658371|IMDB page]].
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**Missy Palmer released her first documentary, ''[[youtube:tTZ0KUIMDgo|D'artagnan is the Champion]]'', about the origin story of a race horse named D'artangan. She is credited as the director and co-producer of the film, as well as one of the starring roles. Mike and Craig served as executive producers. Notably, [[Marzipan]] makes a cameo in the film, walking into [[The Field]] and remarking "[[Who Said What Now?|I'm the only girl.]]"
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*Matt and Craig wrote a [[stop motion]] film script entitled ''[http://screen-novelties.blogspot.com/2009/06/monster-safari-feature.html Monster Safari]'' for [[Wikipedia:The Jim Henson Company|The Jim Henson Company]] and [[Wikipedia:Screen Novelties|Screen Novelties]].
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***The [[youtube:hbuCwi5R97A|original trailer]] for the film is entirely animated, and features music and sound effects from the Homestar Runner body of work.
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*Missy Palmer released her first documentary, ''[http://dartagnanmovie.com/ D'artagnan is the Champion]'', about the roots of a race horse.
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*Matt and Craig wrote a [[stop motion]] film script entitled ''Monster Safari'' for [[Wikipedia:The Jim Henson Company|The Jim Henson Company]] and [[Wikipedia:Screen Novelties|Screen Novelties]].
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==Music and Music Videos==
==Music and Music Videos==
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*[[Y-O-U]] — In exchange for their help with producing the [[Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits]] CD, Mike and Matt animated the music video for their song "LA Lindsay".
*[[Y-O-U]] — In exchange for their help with producing the [[Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits]] CD, Mike and Matt animated the music video for their song "LA Lindsay".
**[[YouTube:eARKVHzCDEQ|Watch "LA Lindsay"]]
**[[YouTube:eARKVHzCDEQ|Watch "LA Lindsay"]]
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*[[Wikipedia:Air-sea Dolphin|Air-sea Dolphin]] — Matt and Mike formed this band along with [[Wikipedia:Robert Schneider|Robert Schneider]] of [[Wikipedia:The Apples In Stereo|The Apples In Stereo]], [[Ryan Sterritt]], and James Huggins of [[Wikipedia:Of Montreal|Of Montreal]] and [[Wikipedia:Elf Power|Elf Power]] in 2016. They currently have two releases to their name. On June 3, 2018, they released a split EP with [[sloshy]] providing the B-sides (which, appropriately enough, consist of re-recorded versions of [[Record Store Day#The B-est of B-sides|"B-est of B-sides"]] and [[Sloshybowl|"American Football Championship"]]). They have also performed live at least three times.
 
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==Games==
 
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*[https://colinmcinerney.itch.io/eye-eye-capn Eye, Eye, Cap'n!] — An extremely short game created in 24 hours for the VR Austin Jam 2018. Matt provided the voice for Cap'n Capman, who is named after him.
 
==Family==
==Family==
*[[If I Ran the Camera]] — Mike and Matt created this Flash slideshow for a poem that their sister [[Karen Wagner|Karen]] had written for their father, [[Don and Harriet Chapman|Don Chapman]], for Father's Day.  The slideshow featured images of Don with his granddaughter [[Little Girl|Astrid Renee]] (Karen's daughter).  This piece was a [[secret page]] originally posted on [[homestarrunner.com]], but it was removed sometime in 2003 after the Brothers Chaps realized that fans had discovered it.
*[[If I Ran the Camera]] — Mike and Matt created this Flash slideshow for a poem that their sister [[Karen Wagner|Karen]] had written for their father, [[Don and Harriet Chapman|Don Chapman]], for Father's Day.  The slideshow featured images of Don with his granddaughter [[Little Girl|Astrid Renee]] (Karen's daughter).  This piece was a [[secret page]] originally posted on [[homestarrunner.com]], but it was removed sometime in 2003 after the Brothers Chaps realized that fans had discovered it.
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==Miscellaneous==
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*On December 16th, 2011, Mike created an animated feature for the mass emailing site, MailChimp. View the article and video [http://blog.mailchimp.com/happy-holidays-mike-chapman-style-2 here].
==See Also==
==See Also==

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