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September 20th, 2005

For the next two months we’re offering our site readers a special pre-publication offer on our first studio book: Original Cartoons: The Frederator Studios Postcards 1998-2005 (edited by Mr. Eric Homan & yours truly). There’s a $10 discount, and two free Frederator collectibles. Details can be had right here, or by clicking the button on the right.  Or, you can just check the complete book below, or download a free electronic copy of the book here.

As we’ve told you before, the book collects each and every one of the promotional postcards we’ve released over the last eight years, including each individual Oh Yeah! Cartoons card, hand drawn by the star creators who’ve been nice enough to do a short for us at Nickelodeon. And that’s not all! You also get a bonus chapter on the studio’s posters, and the posters we did at Hanna-Barbera for our first shorts show What A Cartoon!, including Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Cow&Chicken, and George&Jr., among others. And the essays are by Cartoon Brew’s (and Oh Yeah!’s) Jerry Beck, AWN’s Joe Strike, and the New York Times’ Steven Heller.The official release date is currently November 30, but hurry! and act now! This offer will not last forever!

Original Cartoons, Vol.1: The Frederator Studios Postcards 1998-2005

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I just ordered my copy.

I’m so excited, I can hardly contain myself!


Thank you Helena. Hope you enjoy it.


Judgind for the look in Fred’s cartoon face, I’ll say: What a loony toon!!!

I’ll be buying my copy too.


A great thanks goes out to Craig Kellman for tossing off that looney tooned face.


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