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Comic Books, Cartoons, and Video Games: An Interview with Doug TenNapel

Vol. 120, Prg. 11–15
July 7–11, 2014


Hear comics writer, cartoonist, and video game designer Doug TenNapel discuss storytelling and homeschooling on this week’s Home School Heartbeat!

“Be a master of the arts, be a master of writing, be a master of philosophy, and you will naturally become the best storyteller of your generation.”—Doug TenNapel

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7/7  
Hollywood and the True, Good, and Beautiful
7/8  
Finding Faith in the Three-Act Structure
7/9  
A Day in Homeschool
7/10  
Doing What You Love
7/11  
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Doug TenNapel

Doug TenNapel was raised in the town of Denair, California. In 1994 he created Earthworm Jim, a character who would go on to star in video games, toy lines, and cartoon series. An Eisner award–winning artist, Doug’s recent graphic novels, Iron West and Cardboard, were cited by ALA as Great Graphic Novels for Teens.

Doug is also the author and illustrator of such acclaimed graphic novels as Tommysaurus Rex, Ghostopolis, and Bad Island. He lives in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife and four children. His website is tennapel.com.

Source: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/contributor/doug-tennapel

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