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About the author


ERIC TRUEHEART has been writing in the zone called "Kidspace" for nearly 20 years, despite his best intentions., and he's made animated creatures talk for every major — and minor — kids' network in town. He started on Nickelodeon's original cult hit, Invader ZIM, wrote for Disney XD's BAFTA-nominated Yin Yang Yo, helped Dreamworks develop the feature film Turbo into the first animated series for Netflix — garnering it a Daytime Emmy nomination in the process. He also spent time in sketch comedy, but took a shower afterwards. Along the way he sold pilots to Cartoon Network, Disney, SyFy, and even Spike. (Remember them?) Eric grew up in fabulous Rochester, NY — for no reason he's ever been able to figure out — and has lived in the greater Los Angeles area for so long he can't remember what real life looks like.
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The Medium-Sized Book of Zim Scripts: Vol. 1: Pigs ’n’ Waffles
The stories, and the stories behind the stories of your favorite Invader
by Eric Trueheart View author's profile page

Overview


For two years of his limited lifespan on this planet, Eric Trueheart was a staff writer on the cult hit show INVADER ZIM, and was responsible for writing some of the most beloved episodes of the series. This unauthorized and unofficial collection not only brings you the scripts for some of those favorites, but also the stories of how they came to be, and a rubber pig-load of memories from inside one of the strangest cartoon series in the history of the legendry beast they call "Kids' TV." READ IT, OR FACE YOUR DOOM!
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Behind the words that made the Invader!

For two years of his limited lifespan on this planet, Eric Trueheart was a staff writer on the cult hit show INVADER ZIM, and was responsible for writing some of the most beloved episodes of the series. This unauthorized and unofficial collection not only brings you the scripts for some of those favorites, but also the stories of how they came to be, and a rubber pig-load of memories from inside one of the strangest cartoon series in the history of the legendry beast they call "Kids' TV." READ IT, OR FACE YOUR DOOM!

This volume includes scripts for the episodes... - "Bad, Bad Rubber Piggy" - "Hamstergeddon" - "GIR Goes Crazy and Stuff" - "ZIM Eats Waffles" - "Mortos Der Soulstealer" - and the lost episode turned comic book issue "Pants!" Art by original series artist Aaron Alexovich, and Rikki "The Voice of GIR" Simons.

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Overview


For two years of his limited lifespan on this planet, Eric Trueheart was a staff writer on the cult hit show INVADER ZIM, and was responsible for writing some of the most beloved episodes of the series. This unauthorized and unofficial collection not only brings you the scripts for some of those favorites, but also the stories of how they came to be, and a rubber pig-load of memories from inside one of the strangest cartoon series in the history of the legendry beast they call "Kids' TV." READ IT, OR FACE YOUR DOOM!

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Description


Behind the words that made the Invader!

For two years of his limited lifespan on this planet, Eric Trueheart was a staff writer on the cult hit show INVADER ZIM, and was responsible for writing some of the most beloved episodes of the series. This unauthorized and unofficial collection not only brings you the scripts for some of those favorites, but also the stories of how they came to be, and a rubber pig-load of memories from inside one of the strangest cartoon series in the history of the legendry beast they call "Kids' TV." READ IT, OR FACE YOUR DOOM!

This volume includes scripts for the episodes... - "Bad, Bad Rubber Piggy" - "Hamstergeddon" - "GIR Goes Crazy and Stuff" - "ZIM Eats Waffles" - "Mortos Der Soulstealer" - and the lost episode turned comic book issue "Pants!" Art by original series artist Aaron Alexovich, and Rikki "The Voice of GIR" Simons.

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Book details

Genre:PERFORMING ARTS

Subgenre:Animation

Language:English

Pages:282

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781734692518

Paperback ISBN:9781734692501


Overview


For two years of his limited lifespan on this planet, Eric Trueheart was a staff writer on the cult hit show INVADER ZIM, and was responsible for writing some of the most beloved episodes of the series. This unauthorized and unofficial collection not only brings you the scripts for some of those favorites, but also the stories of how they came to be, and a rubber pig-load of memories from inside one of the strangest cartoon series in the history of the legendry beast they call "Kids' TV." READ IT, OR FACE YOUR DOOM!

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Description


Behind the words that made the Invader!

For two years of his limited lifespan on this planet, Eric Trueheart was a staff writer on the cult hit show INVADER ZIM, and was responsible for writing some of the most beloved episodes of the series. This unauthorized and unofficial collection not only brings you the scripts for some of those favorites, but also the stories of how they came to be, and a rubber pig-load of memories from inside one of the strangest cartoon series in the history of the legendry beast they call "Kids' TV." READ IT, OR FACE YOUR DOOM!

This volume includes scripts for the episodes... - "Bad, Bad Rubber Piggy" - "Hamstergeddon" - "GIR Goes Crazy and Stuff" - "ZIM Eats Waffles" - "Mortos Der Soulstealer" - and the lost episode turned comic book issue "Pants!" Art by original series artist Aaron Alexovich, and Rikki "The Voice of GIR" Simons.

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About the author


ERIC TRUEHEART has been writing in the zone called "Kidspace" for nearly 20 years, despite his best intentions., and he's made animated creatures talk for every major — and minor — kids' network in town. He started on Nickelodeon's original cult hit, Invader ZIM, wrote for Disney XD's BAFTA-nominated Yin Yang Yo, helped Dreamworks develop the feature film Turbo into the first animated series for Netflix — garnering it a Daytime Emmy nomination in the process. He also spent time in sketch comedy, but took a shower afterwards. Along the way he sold pilots to Cartoon Network, Disney, SyFy, and even Spike. (Remember them?) Eric grew up in fabulous Rochester, NY — for no reason he's ever been able to figure out — and has lived in the greater Los Angeles area for so long he can't remember what real life looks like.

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