Three compilations featuring the animated superhero turned chatshow host are included here:
SPACE GHOST COAST TO COAST: VOLUME 1: Everybody's favorite superhero-turned-talk show host is back again with this exciting release. Alongside his bizarro bandleader Zorak and his crazy cameraman Moltar, Space Ghost interviews an endless parade of celebrities, asking questions that no one else would even consider bringing up. Featuring "Weird Al" Yankovich, Hulk Hogan, Judy Tenuta, The Ramones, Bobcat Goldthwait, and many more.
SPACE GHOST COAST TO COAST: VOLUME 2: The character of SPACE GHOST originally found air time in 1966, but failed to edge his way into the public consciousness alongside the other lycra-clad heroes of the day. But in one of the most bizarre developments to ever beset a masked avenger of heinous criminal activities, 1994 saw Mr. Ghost revived, and in charge of his own TV chat show! Ably abetted by his formidable alien helpers Brak, Zorak, and Moltar, Spacey takes his show to the airwaves with a tough line of questioning that has many of his (human) guests squirming in their seats. Sometimes his motley bunch of helpers do anything but help the frequently beleaguered host, whose limited range of facial expressions still seems to project the real emotions he is feeling at the time. It all adds up to some deliciously funny action, with this second volume containing further celebrity guests for Space Ghost to get his claws into.
SPACE GHOST COAST TO COAST: VOLUME 3: Back for a third installment of the animated celebrity chatshow with real life guests, SPACE GHOST COAST TO COAST is one of the star turns on the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim section. A variety of big names appear before Space Ghost, but the chaotic nature of COAST TO COAST often makes his activities far more interesting than the guests on the show, especially when Brak, Zorak, and Moltar are around to distract him. Fans of the show know what to expect by now, but any newcomers looking for a highly original and entertaining show should look no further than this third selection of highlights from Space Ghost and friends.