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List Of Jem Characters - Additional Characters
... Eric and the Misfits learned of this when Stormer introduced him to them, they immediately tried to influence Craig into using his budding relationship with Aja to ... Techrat (voiced by Charlie Adler) – An anti-social technical genius, he is Eric Raymond's secret weapon ... her fear by the end of the episode, when she is forced to engage in battle with Eric Raymond and Techrat, rescuing a prisoner from the basement of an abandoned opera house, and exposing ...
Halloween Documents - List of Documents
... II, VII, VIII, and X.) One is a public statement (document III.) The others are responses by Eric Raymond to various columns, news articles, and other works Name ... Raymond December 1998 A satire piece based on Microsoft's Ed Muth comparing open source developers to Robin Hood ... V The FUD Begins Eric S ...
Jem (TV series) - Plot
... they hit town and shake things up for both groups becoming co-owners of "Stinger Sound" with Eric Raymond ... is encouraged and manipulated by their manager and central villain in the series, Eric Raymond, former half-owner of Starlight Music who runs Misfits Music (later ... During the series Eric Raymond constantly plots to become owner of Starlight Music and get revenge on Jem and the Holograms for losing control of the company ...
List Of Jem Characters - Eric Raymond
... Voiced by Charlie Adler – Eric Raymond is the main villain in the series, a greedy and manipulative music executive who initially runs Starlight Music at the time of Emmett Benton's death ... Eric is not a member of the Misfits but created the group in an attempt to oust Jerrica ... Eric loses his half of Starlight Music to Jerrica and forms Misfits Music (financed by Harvey Gabor, Pizzazz's father) which is later renamed Stingers Sound when he signs a new band the Stingers ...

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