Haha, My parents are forbidden to read my comics till they’re in print so that they can’t have any input on the finished product ever since my dad tried to convince me not to change Phobia’s hairstyle back in early 2009.
I’m terrified to show my family my cartoons. Or a lot of people I know personally. I guess I’m okay if they see them when I’m not around, but I can’t have them watching them while I’m in the same room or something, I just get so embarrassed.
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Frederator’s super senior, can’t-do-without, production executive in Hollywood, Kevin Kolde, is the first videogame freak in our shop. One of the first projects he got rights for was Ape Escape Cartoons, based on the Sony Computer Entertainment game Ape Escape. AEC first ran on Nicktoons in 2009, and now all 38 cartoons are available on YouTube, or just look down.
From the postcard back:
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
Ape Escape Cartoons
Developed by Mike Gray
Nicktoons premiere July 5, 2008
Series 21.15 [mailed out April 21, 2014]
I want to create something someday that may show up on a Frederator postcard. That’d be pretty surreal to get in the mail too, haha
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While I’m at it with the whole multiple system thing, happy 25th birthday, Game Boy!
In first period tomorrow like
I can’t imagine what school is like now that everyone has a device on them that takes photos and accesses the internet, but this gives me a pretty good idea
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