Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Round 2-Dreamjobbing Television Producer

Well, I've made it to Round 2! Thanks to all who voted. Now the real hard part happens. I have to make it into the top 20 vote-getters to move on to Round 3. You can vote once a day. So, please, vote for me and help me get to Hollywood (even if it is only for a week).


Friday, November 21, 2014

Turkeys and Flamingoes

Igor Likes Baseball

"Speed Bump" by Dave Coverly, Wednesday,  October 22, 2014

Wednesday, November 19, 2014


I've submitted a video for a contest to win the chance to be a tv producer for a CBS show for a week. You can help me obtain this goal by voting for me through the following link. Vote for me and pass it along. Thanks!


Monday, November 03, 2014


THESEUS AND THE MINOTAUR is a graphic novel adaptation of the myth and legends of the Greek hero, Theseus. The book tells the story of both Theseus and the Minotaur, beginning with their somewhat unusual births until their fateful meeting in the Labyrinth of Crete. The book also tells about Theseus' journey home after meeting the Minotaur. The end of the book contains a visual reference guide that provides more information about key characters in the story. In addition, there is an illustrated index at the very end of the book that provides more information about almost all of the characters discussed in the book. Lastly, there phonetic pronunciations for most of the names and places in notes at the bottom of each page. These notes provide readers a valuable service so they can correctly pronounce names and places. THESEUS AND THE MINOTAUR has a suggested reading level for children ages 8 and older. I enjoyed the book's illustrations. Overall, THESEUS AND THE MINOTAUR is a faithful graphic adaptation of the stories of Theseus that works well for introducing middle-aged children (around 4th grade) to Greek mythology.

Saturday, November 01, 2014


Benny and his little sister Penny (two mice children) return in their latest Toon Book: BENNY AND PENNY IN LOST AND FOUND! Benny is in a bad mood because he has lost his pirate hat. Penny wants to help her brother find his hat. Benny decides that the best way to find his lost hat is to become lost. At first it's just a game, but then Benny and Penny really get lost. Penny becomes scared and Benny has to overcome his own emotions to help him and Penny find their way back home.

"Benny and Penny" Toon Books are great early graphic novels for children because the characters in the story react like real children react when placed in similar situations. Young children (PreK age) can really relate to these characters. The text is written in a very simple style that make it easy for beginning readers to follow along and the illustrations actually tell a story themselves.

Those who are already familiar with Benny and Penny will be eager to follow their latest adventures in BENNY AND PENNY IN LOST AND FOUND! , but the book is also a good choice for any beginning reader or a young child who is just becoming interested in comic books and graphic novels.