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From Doctor Who Magazine #475: Actually, I found this almost a year ago but didn’t think of sending it directly to DWM. That image is my crop! I just assumed the term would be out of use by this time.
What’s Your Flavor?
Bobbie is in search of the perfect scoop!
Written and voiced by Debi Bradshaw, animated by Sean Bradshaw.
Official Selection of LA Shorts Fest, New Orleans International Children’s Film Festival, Los Angeles International Children’s Film Festival, San Francisco Bay Area Children’s Film Festival, Boston International Film Festival and NewFilmmakers Los Angeles.
Winner Best Voiceover and Honorable Mention in Animation for the Los Angeles Reel Film Festival.
So Whaddya Think?Shelley Pinkel, a slacker inventor quests for genius recognition and financial freedom.
Written and voiced by Debi Bradshaw, and animated by Sean Bradshaw. This short premiered at the LA Shorts Fest, and was also part of the SoCal Independent Film Fest, Chicago International REEL Shorts Festival, Brigand Short Film Festival, Giggleshorts International Comedy Short Film Festival in Toronto, DC Independent Film Festival, and was a featured video on Funny or Die.
So Whaddya Think? Shelley and the Water Shortage
Shelley Pinkel has found a way to cope with apartment plumbing issues. This is a sequel to “So Whaddya Think?” and another in a series of Shelley shorts.
Droopy builds a TARDIS from TV Action 128. Thanks to @paul_scoones and his Comic Strip Companion, and to the original scanner circa 2007.
From "Enemy of the World" - a comic based on a character from what in 2004 was the only existing episode. Very obscure!
From the Time Meddlers of Los Angeles’ monthly Intergalactic Enquirer.
What a great week this has been!Merchandise courtesy New Big Save on Verdugo Road.
Bobbie is in search of the perfect scoop! Written and voiced by Debi Bradshaw, animated by Sean Bradshaw. Official Selection of LA Shorts Fest, New Orleans I…
Comic strip “Hunger from the Ends of Time” from Doctor Who Magazine, circa 1990Let this be the last word on Twerking.