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Sunday, January 08, 2012

Minions #302 - Hydro-phony

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Greetings, Sinkers and Dive Bombers!

Yes, we're finally back to shooting full-up, all-new material here this week.  Hopefully I can come up with a couple more gags to shoot on the Submarine Naughtyless set this week, then tear it down and make room for something else.  I love this set, but IT'S IN MY FRICKING WAY!

This is one of those weeks when I come up with a gag that takes advantage of cool props that I don't ordinarily get much use out of.  I was inspired by my latest acquisition, the miniature (and fully-functional!) Fender Guitar amp in the foreground.  Of course, it says something about me that I had a 1/6th scale Fender guitar (not to mention a drum set) waiting around to go with it.  That's just how we roll here at Minions Studios, boys and girls!

This week's cartoon brought to me by my cat, Sydney, who has written a book for every writer and aspiring writer out there!

Think you have to have a literary agent before you can sell a book to New York?  Think anyone who calls themselves an agent is worth trusting your work to?  Think an agent will always act in your best interest?  Think there aren't a thousand different ways that an agent can't skim your money, steal your work, ruin your career, rob you blind, and you'll never know?  

Get a hilarious and relatively-cheap education by bad example, as "world's worst" literary agent, Sydney T. Cat, explains her evil plans and schemes (all tested and approved by real-life, human agents!) to rip her clients to shreds and play with them for her cruel amusement.

Remember, anybody can print up business cards and call themselves a literary agent, even a cat!  And if it isn't prohibited, it is mandatory!

(Also available on Nook, Smashwords.com, Kobo, iBookstore, and other major ebook outlets!)
See you kids back here next week!

                             - Minion Master Steve

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