Werner Herzog reads childhood books and analyzes Waldo

Ryan Iverson has been casting a shadow over the Internet’s collective warm memories of books from our childhood with his droll parodies of Werner Herzog reading “Curious George” and “Madeline.” Most recently, he explicates “Waldo” or rather “Voldo,” as Herzog ponders the dilemma of “a man unstuck from place and time…his only lifeline to his friends and family a litany of dreary picture postcards sent from arbitrary locations world over. His postcards do nothing to convey the humanity, the madness of all those adventures. For that we must go find him.”