Who am I? I'm Tobbii Karlsson. I grew up with videogames, whether it was text-based James Bond adventures made for DOS or kicking ass on Bomberman's multiplayer I was there and had a good time. I consider myself an anti-fanboy as I don't take the side of any console manufacturer, but rather play on whatever I can get my hands on, does that mean I don't have systems I prefer? Of course not, but I don't like a system just because it's a certain logo slapped on it.
I'm also an amateur film-maker trying to get some projects going, I have a blog where I do a bunch of stupid things (Let's Plays, Humour Reviews, Vlogs and whatever) and a secondary blog where I'm more serious and do things about gaming (Podcasts, Actual Reviews, Serious Articles and such). I'm mostly known at Destructoid for my sucki-- I mean, my tributes to various writers. Whether it's the Destructoid Gingerbread Show, the Talking to Women about Videogames cover or me having sex with a cookie shaped like Jim Sterling on his birthday. Yeah, I did that.
I knew immediately that I wanted the colour-scheme I used. For once I actually began with the logo, after the logo was done I moved on to the finding a good picture of a happy but still creep DaFoe... Was not that hard. The nazi eating a sausage (that symbolizes a penis, duh) is based on a stock-photo that I quickly edited because I could not make the poster without that imagery.
The biggest problem was the background which is a mashup of a weat-field, a playground and a World War One battlefield... Yeah, if I'm doing this I'm gonna do it right. I put the playground on top of the soldiers to not have too much death in there (it's a fun film after all, no death and guns and that crap) and started removing the environment around the playground.
Finally came the extra text, the top bit (playground of death) is something I'm not that happy with, but without it the poster was too empty and I had no funny left in me at that point, the bottom tagline was a given. As for the crew info, people who have listened to the episode should know why I picked the director.