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Sick Little Monkeys : The Unauthorized Ren & Stimpy Story
by Thad Komorowski and Billy West




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The all-time greatest TV cartoon's psychotic saga

In the 1990s animation boom, The Ren & Stimpy Show stood supreme. Animation's most talented and disturbed artists created an entity for the Nickelodeon cable network that pulled the art form out of a 25-year rut. The world has never been quite the same since, and we're eternally grateful

Now you too can join the rollercoaster ride that is the fascinating, insane real-life story of art, money, and ego that gave birth to Ren H ek and Stimpson J. Cat. History Eraser Buttons need not apply. No stone has been unturned, no magic nose goblin unpicked, in this extensively detailed history of the show that defined a generation and changed an entire medium.

Fully revised and bursting with new information, interviews, and illustrations, it's everything you wanted to know about Ren & Stimpy--but were afraid to ask

"A compelling cautionary tale of rags to riches success in Hollywood. Thad Komorowski's book documents the entire story behind Nickelodeon's first cartoon hit, The Ren & Stimpy Show, utilizing extensive interviews with the program's key players, justifying the show's important role in the recent history of animation. A great read." -- Jerry Beck, animation historian and author, proprietor of CartoonResearch.com

"Animation is a collaborative art form. When inspiration and enthusiasm are ignited among a group of gifted men and women, the results redefine the medium and hold audiences enthralled. In Sick Little Monkeys, Thad Komorowski explores the genesis of Nickelodeon's groundbreaking Ren & Stimpy Show and details how the talents, passions, and united vision of a once in a lifetime gathering of artists created, and ultimately ended, a cartoon classic." -- Paul Dini, animation and comic book writer, author of Dark Night: A True Batman Story

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Overview

The all-time greatest TV cartoon's psychotic saga

In the 1990s animation boom, The Ren & Stimpy Show stood supreme. Animation's most talented and disturbed artists created an entity for the Nickelodeon cable network that pulled the art form out of a 25-year rut. The world has never been quite the same since, and we're eternally grateful

Now you too can join the rollercoaster ride that is the fascinating, insane real-life story of art, money, and ego that gave birth to Ren H ek and Stimpson J. Cat. History Eraser Buttons need not apply. No stone has been unturned, no magic nose goblin unpicked, in this extensively detailed history of the show that defined a generation and changed an entire medium.

Fully revised and bursting with new information, interviews, and illustrations, it's everything you wanted to know about Ren & Stimpy--but were afraid to ask

"A compelling cautionary tale of rags to riches success in Hollywood. Thad Komorowski's book documents the entire story behind Nickelodeon's first cartoon hit, The Ren & Stimpy Show, utilizing extensive interviews with the program's key players, justifying the show's important role in the recent history of animation. A great read." -- Jerry Beck, animation historian and author, proprietor of CartoonResearch.com

"Animation is a collaborative art form. When inspiration and enthusiasm are ignited among a group of gifted men and women, the results redefine the medium and hold audiences enthralled. In Sick Little Monkeys, Thad Komorowski explores the genesis of Nickelodeon's groundbreaking Ren & Stimpy Show and details how the talents, passions, and united vision of a once in a lifetime gathering of artists created, and ultimately ended, a cartoon classic." -- Paul Dini, animation and comic book writer, author of Dark Night: A True Batman Story



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  • ISBN-13: 9781629332680
  • ISBN-10: 1629332682
  • Publisher: BearManor Media
  • Publish Date: January 2018
  • Page Count: 512
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1.03 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.49 pounds


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