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Comic Strip 24 - Lars (aka "The Bronze") by Stephen Kogon
This week, as Studio Reader Stan waits in his agent's office, he meets her aspiring underwear model fiance... To see how it goes, either go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 25 - More Mischa Broom (lit agent) by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan meets with his agent and learns that one of his screenplays has been optioned... Is it actually good news, though? To find out, go to www.StudioReaderStan.com or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 26 - Petey, the 13-year-old director by Stephen Kogon
Last week, Studio Reader Stan's agent informed him that she let her 13-year-old nephew, Petey, option his script for free for five years... This week, he meets Petey. To see how it goes, go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 27 - Mr. Gold's Objectionable Task by Stephen Kogon
This week, Mr. Gold assigns me another objectionable task. To see what it is, go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, or just click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 28 - A call from Mom by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan gets another call from his mother. And let's just say she's not a fan of honest feedback... To see what I mean, either go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 29 - A visit from a disturbed cousin by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan is paid a visit from a disturbed cousin who wants him to give his unusual screenplay to a studio executive. To check it out, either go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 30 - Rewrites by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan tries to convince studio executive, Mr. Shine, that writers deserve second chances, especially when they do a good rewrite. To see if he agrees with that line of thinking, go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 31 - Sleazy producer Sami Ginzle by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan is tricked into meeting with sleazy producer Sami Ginzle. To see what unethical thing he's asked to do, either go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 32 - Another week on the couch by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan visits again with his therapist, Dr. Melrose, who while being a therapist is also actively pursuing being an actor/director/producer/writer -- and that means he has to multi-task. Unfortunately for Studio Reader Stan, this multi-tasking occurs during his session... To c..
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Comic Strip 33 - Marvin's mad by Stephen Kogon
This week, Marvin the slacker/film producer, who won his last producing gig in a drinking game, expresses his frustration at how unfair he's being treated. To see his pity party, go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 34 - Getting your agent on the phone by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan learns (shockingly) that when his agent says something, she doesn't always mean it. To see what I mean, go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 35 - Demure Studios New Movie-Making Strategy by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Ms. Pantsworth shares with Studio Reader Stan what her new movie-making strategy is -- and she offers him what she considers a promotion. To see what it is, either go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below. ..
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Comic Strip 36 - Reaction to socialite Rome Marriott's movie by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold reacts to the not-so-great results for socialite Rome Marriott's movie. To check it out, either go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 37 - Movie star Valkyrie Booster's ridiculous request by Stephen Kogon
This week, movie star Valkyrie Booster (real name: Lester Bung) shows up on Studio Reader Stan's doorstep and makes a very unusual, and senseless, request. To check it out, either go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below...
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Comic Strip 38 - Studio exec Mr. Shine explains how movies are made by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio executive Mr. Shine sheds some light on the decisions that go into making a movie. This is one of the least embellished strips I've done. In fact, it may be underselling it. To check it out, go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, or click on the link below which will take you directly to..
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Comic Strip 39 - Excuses of a literary agent by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's agent shares with him the fine art of making excuses. If you have an agent, and you hear one of the excuses in this week's strip, you may want to find a new agent. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 40 - Rome Marriott's publicist, Les Chintz by Stephen Kogon
This week, socialite Rome Marriott's publicist, Les Chintz, tries to force Studio Reader Stan into helping rehabilitate Rome's shaky image. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 41 - Rome Marriott in Prison by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan visits Rome Marriott in jail. To see what she asks him to do, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 42 - The 13-year-old director by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan re-visits Petey, the 13-year-old director who owns the option on his script for the next 5 years. Also in the meeting is Marvin, the useless slacker producer, who provides some interesting story notes. To see this visit, either click on the direct link below or go to: ..
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Comic Strip 43 - How my agent chooses what to read by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's agent shares her bizarre way of choosing what scripts to read first, and then tries to send him off to Comic-Con to promote her side venture -- none of which helps him. To see what I mean, either click on the direct link below, or go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, and ..
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Comic Strip 44 - Day 1 at Comic-Con (meeting Krognar) by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan goes to the world famous Comic-Con and meets a guy in an alien suit who insists on being called Krognar. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 45 - Day 2 at Comic-Con (meeting Batgirl) by Stephen Kogon
This week, during Day 2 of Comic-Con, Studio Reader Stan develops a crush on Batgirl and attempts to talk to her. To see how it goes, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 46 - Spending time with The Green Lantern by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan ends his time at Comic-Con by interacting with a soft drink executive from Wisconsin....... who happens to be dressed as The Green Lantern. To see what it was like, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 50 - Studio exec's unique strategy by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio executive Ms. Pantsworth shares her unique strategy for never losing her job. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 51 - Studio exec's unique strategy (part 2) by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Ms. Pantsworth enlists me to help come up with reasons to support her strategy of never doing any work. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to "www.StudioReaderStan.com" and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 53 - Another idea from Mom by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's mother shares another of her unusual story ideas... and would like him to write it. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 47 - Dr. Melrose's acting demo reel by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's psychiatrist (Dr. Melrose), multi-tasks during his session by filming an acting demo reel as he listens to Stan's problems. To see how it goes, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip." To have the n..
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Comic Strip 48 - Mr. Gold wants a worm in his western by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec. Mr. Gold explains why he thinks putting a giant worm into his western is a good idea. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip." Also, the Mailbag was updated on 8/23. To ha..
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Comic Strip 49 - Herb, fellow studio reader by Stephen Kogon
This week, fellow studio reader, Herb, complains about the state of the scripts he's being given to read, and about how he's dissatisfied with his literary agent. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 52 - Exec with adult ADD by Stephen Kogon
This week Studio Reader Stan meets a new exec, Mr. Brick, who has a bit of an adult ADD problem. To check it out, go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip." To subscribe to get the strip sent to you each week for free, just email StudioReaderStan@aol.com and write "Subscri..
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Comic Strip 54 - The Invisible Ink contract by Stephen Kogon
This week, sleazy producer Sami Ginzle debuts his latest scheme -- the Invisible Ink contract. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 55 - Foolproof plan to get famous (from a fool) by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's cousin shares his foolproof plan for how to get famous. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 56 - Bad remake logic (very bad) by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold explains why he's already remaking the Rome Marriott movie, even though it bombed just a few months ago. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 57 - Dr. Melrose's remedy for insanity by Stephen Kogon
This week, SRS's therapist, Dr. Melrose, feels his recent interaction with studio executive Mr. Gold has him on the brink of insanity -- and he has the remedy. To see what that is, either click on the direct link below, or go to www.StudioReaderStan.com, and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 58 - Lou the assistant by Stephen Kogon
This week, Lou the assistant explains how being an assistant to a horrible exec is not at all wasting the MBA he got from Harvard. To check it out, either CLICK on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 60 - Kenneth, the intense Writers Guild negotiator by Stephen Kogon
I was asked by Nikki Finke of DeadlineHollywoodDaily.com to write two strips about the strike, a pro-writers guild one and an anti-writers guild one. The Mr. Gold strip from last week was the pro (although she hasn't posted it yet). As for the anti one, being a writer myself and si..
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Comic Strip 61 - New strike strategy from studio exec by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold shares more of his strike negotiating strategies. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip"..
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Comic Strip 62 - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's plan to mediate the strike by Stephen Kogon
This week, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger shares how he plans to mediate the writers strike. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 63 - Getting ripped off by TV exec Moore Sunsweater by Stephen Kogon
This week, Network TV executive Moore Sunsweater displays his unique way of ripping you off in negotiations. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 64 - The Scab by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's idiot cousin Neil decides to become a scab. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 65 - Mr. Gold's plan for Mikki the Blogger by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold shares his unpleasant plan for handling negative press from a well-known blogger... To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 66 - Angry Kenneth and his Angry Son by Stephen Kogon
This week, Angry Kenneth explains why it's a good idea to bring your kids to a picket line... To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 67 - Kid Nation 2 by Stephen Kogon
This week, Network TV executive Moore Sunsweater explains why his latest reality TV idea -- Kid Nation 2 -- will be such a big hit. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 68 - Why his agent is enjoying the strike by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's literary agent explains why she's enjoying the writers strike. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 69 - Movie star Valkyrie Booster's complaint by Stephen Kogon
This week, movie star Valkyrie Booster complains about how the strike is affecting him. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 70 - Studio exec's thoughts on the strike by Stephen Kogon
This week, as the writers strike appears to be thankfully ending, studio exec Mr. Shine makes one last stab to prolong it. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 71 - Mr. Brick's Tanking Flicks by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Brick explains why it's not his fault that all his movies tanked last summer. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 72 - Hiring an intern by Stephen Kogon
This week, slacker/producer Marvin explains why he's hiring an intern. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 73 - The Return of Ms. Pantsworth by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Ms. Pantsworth explains why she's going to be making movies again. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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Comic Strip 74 - Ms. Pantsworth's new movie, Pet Rock by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Ms. Pantsworth shares what her first film in years will be about. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip."..
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