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Come Sail Away with Captain Dad by Kristen Twedt
"Boat to Boat" Voted the Best Game Ever..
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Comic Strip 100 - Set up on a date by Stephen Kogon
This week, in honor of our 100th strip, Studio Reader Stan is set up on a date ... sort of. To check it out, click on the direct link down below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com and click on "Latest Strip." And if you haven't seen the first cartoon yet, go here: http://www.youtu..
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Comic Strip 101 - An actual writing assignment / and web site makeover! by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold actually asks Studio Reader Stan to write something ... unfortunately it's not exactly worthwhile. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com. And we've re-done our site, with new features on their way!..
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Comic Strip 102 - Mom wins a screenwriting contest by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's mother wins a, uh, interesting screenwriting contest. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 103 - Mom wins a contest (Part 2) by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's mother elaborates about the screenwriting contest she won. To check it out, either click the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 104 - The writing assignment by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's literary agent scores him a writing assignment ... sort of. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 105 - The writing assignment (Part 2) by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's literary agent elaborates on why she wants him to write a bio-pic about a washed-up monkey she represents. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 106 - Lars' revenge by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's agent's underwear model fiance gets jealous of the monkey she reps, and exacts revenge. To check it out, click on the direct link below...
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Comic Strip 107 - The tabloid photographer by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's cousin Neil becomes a tabloid photographer and tries to enlist his help. To check it out, either click the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 108 - The sad life of a reader by Stephen Kogon
This week, Marvin the slacker tries to get Studio Reader Stan to read a screenplay written by his girlfriend's dad, so the dad will stop thinking he's a loser. To check it out, click here:..
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Comic Strip 109 - Mikki the Blogger vs. liars by Stephen Kogon
This week, Mikki the Blogger shows how she handles liars. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 110 - 13-year-old Petey's YouTube clip by Stephen Kogon
This week, 13-year-old Petey shares with Studio Reader Stan that he filmed a 2-minute clip of his script and put it on You Tube ... with some, uh, minor alterations. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 111 - The YouTube SEnsation by Stephen Kogon
Continued from last week, 13-year-old director Petey shares what it's like now that he's a You Tube sensation. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 112 - The psychiatrist who wants to be an actor by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's psychiatrist, Dr. Melrose, tries furthering his acting career instead of helping SRS deal with the fact his script was ruined by a 13-year-old director. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 113 - Ms. Pantsworth angles for a Golden Globe by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio executive Ms. Pantsworth solicits help in obtaining a Golden Globe nomination for a movie about a pet rock. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 114 - The free script option by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's friend, Herb, deals with the free script option dilemma. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 115 - Mistaken identity by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio executive Mr. Brick confuses Studio Reader Stan with someone he thinks is far more important. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 116 - Studio exec has lost his mind by Stephen Kogon
Continued from last week, studio exec Mr. Brick certifies his insanity by asking Studio Reader Stan to read a script a certain way. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 117 - Socialite's Oscar speech by Stephen Kogon
This week, socialite Rome Marriott asks Studio Reader Stan to help her write a speech for the Academy Award she somehow thinks she's going to win. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 118 - Online addiction by Stephen Kogon
This week, fellow studio reader Herb becomes addicted to one of the latest Online addictions. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 119 - TV Star by Stephen Kogon
This week, Marvin the slacker shares how he launched his new TV career. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 120 - New way to rip off writers by Stephen Kogon
This week, sleazy producer Sami Ginzle concocts a new way to rip off writers. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com...
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Comic Strip 121 - Lit agent lands client a gig by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's lit agent finally lands one of her clients a job when her monkey gets a sitcom... Still nothing for her writers, though. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com...
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Comic Strip 122 - Rome's Publicist takes on a new client by Stephen Kogon
(I’m not really a fan of disclaimers, but since enough people have asked about the timing of doing a strip about a showbiz monkey in light of recent events, I wrote last week’s strip, and these next two (also about Mischa’s monkey) several months ago, and this is just when they were slotted to appea..
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Comic Strip 123 - Being a tabloid photog is tough these days by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's cousin Neil asks for another of his unusual favors. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 124 - Marvin's Unnecessary Reality Show by Stephen Kogon
This week, Marvin the slacker films a reality TV show in the coffee shop. His qualification for being given this show was he acted like a jackass in front of paparazzi video cameras. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: http://www.studioreaderstan.com...
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Comic Strip 125 - Bad movie idea by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan's mother pitches him another of her, uh ... movie ideas. To check it out, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 126 - The tough economy by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio executive Mr. Shine shares how his studio plans to deal with the tough economy. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 127 - More of Marvin's Unnecessary Reality Show by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan has a front row seat for another unfortunate episode of Marvin the slacker's reality show. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 128 - He tries to get a date by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan tries to get a date. Are things finally looking up for him? To find out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 129 - Studio exec explains film business by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold explains how he believes one can get acclaim in the film business. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com..
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Comic Strip 130 - Rome Marriott: back and more socialitey than ever by Stephen Kogon
This week, socialite Rome Marriott requests something that only she would request. To see what it is, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com/..
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Comic Strip 131 - Rome Marriott Part 2 by Stephen Kogon
Continued from last week, socialite Rome Marriott settles on her next movie role -- a former world leader she's never heard of. To see who it is, either click on the direct link below or go to: www.studioreaderstan.com...
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Comic Strip 132 - Studio exec greenlights another senseless movie by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Gold greenlights the latest horrible movie idea from socialite Rome Marriott. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 133 - Blogger vs. Traditional Media by Stephen Kogon
This week, Mikki the Blogger goes to war against Traditional Media. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 134 - Movie star admonishes screenwriters by Stephen Kogon
This week, movie action star Valkyrie Booster admonishes all screenwriters. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 135 - New job by Stephen Kogon
This week, cousin Neil asks Studio Reader Stan for help with his new job. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 136 - 13 yo filmmaker multitasks by Stephen Kogon
This week, 13 year old filmmaker, Petey, multitasks. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 137 - 13 yo filmmaker part 2 by Stephen Kogon
This week, 13-year-old filmmaker Petey continues to terrorize. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 138 - Blogger goes Mission Impossible by Stephen Kogon
This week, Mikki the Blogger resorts to Mission Impossible tactics to get her latest scoops. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to:www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 139 - Socialite as Margaret Thatcher by Stephen Kogon
This week, socialite Rome Marriott takes on the role of Margaret Thatcher for her new movie. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 140 - action star in Margaret Thatcher movie by Stephen Kogon
This week, movie star Valkyrie Booster gets the part of Sir Lancelot in Rome Marriott's Margaret Thatcher movie. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 141 - Sleazy Producer Strikes Again by Stephen Kogon
This week, sleazy producer Sami Ginzle strikes again. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 142 - De-friended by reality TV star by Stephen Kogon
This week, reality TV star Marvin de-friends Studio Reader Stan. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com..
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Comic Strip 143 - Dr. Melrose -- Stunt Psychiatrist by Stephen Kogon
This week, unbeknownst to Studio Reader Stan, his psychiatrist uses their session to film his new reality show. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 144 - Mr. Brick's Make/Remake strategy by Stephen Kogon
This week, studio exec Mr. Brick unveils his strategy to make and remake the same film repeatedly. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com...
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Comic Strip 17 - Mischa Broom (lit agent) by Stephen Kogon
In this week's Studio Reader Stan comic strip (now animated), SRS visits his literary agent... Will he regret it again? Just click on the Web site below to see the answer...
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Comic Strip 18 - Mr. Gold calls Studio Reader Stan in by Stephen Kogon
In this week's comic strip (now animated), studio exec Mr. Gold calls Studio Reader Stan in because there's a problem with the Rome Marriott film he greenlighted (as chronicled in strip 6-8)...
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Comic Strip 19 - Socialite Rome Marriott by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan makes a desperate, last-ditch attempt to fix socialite Rome Marriott's horrible script... Will he buck the trend and find success, or taste dismal failure yet again?..
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Comic Strip 20 - Producer Sami Ginzle by Stephen Kogon
This week, Studio Reader Stan meets with shady producer, Sami Ginzle...
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