Friday, November 19, 2004

" of those delightful Frederator Studios Newsletters"

MAY 27 04

Hi, Frederator Fans.

If there's one question we get asked most at our many lucrative personal appearances, it's gotta be “Hey, we're dying to read another one of those delightful Frederator Studios Newsletters updating us on the goings-on at Frederator!” To which we reply, “That's not a question.” But here you go...

ChalkZone Breaks Top Ten We're very proud and jazzed that ChalkZone in its regular Sunday morning Nick slot has made the jump into the top ten most-watched shows for kids between the ages of 6 and 11. Hats off to the crew for a job well-done.

There’s a terrific article by Dennis Cass on entitled ‘Adult Entertainment.’ Like Mr. Cass says, “It's refreshing to see a show that acknowledges the truth that even those who have it all can't have it all.” It's our feeling this piece gets to the heart of the show in a way that hasn't been mentioned before in the press, and we hope you'll agree.

Sont des mots qui vont tre’s bien ensemble: Cosmo and Wanda, you’re going to France! Speaking of The Fairly OddParents, the episode ‘Pipe Down!’ is up for the Best TV Series award at this year’s Annecy Film Festival. The Sarah Frost-directed short -- the same one which has earned an Annie Award for Dave Thomas and his storyboard work -- is one of only two films from the U.S. in this year’s roster of 29 nominees. The festival’s next month, so best of luck to the FOP gang.

Fan sites for My Life as a Teenage Robot continue to launch around the Web. You can see one here and here. We’re glad to see the show’s more tech-oriented fans are putting their free time to good use.

Finally, we wrap up our spring update with a really cool piece of original Teenage Robot production art. It’s part of an instructional pack created by art director Alex Kirwan for new crew members learning the do’s and don’ts when it comes to drawing XJ-9. Thanks, Alex.
how to XJ9

Thanks for reading. Look for our next harassing sometime in the summer.
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