Sketches, Stories and Other Stuff from Tom Ruegger
I find it funny how each one of your son's autographs are in print, cursive, and autograph cursive.
Didn't Alex Borstein work on this show before Family Guy started production? I don't see her sig...maybe she'd already left by then.
Yes, Alex was a writer on the show. There are literally hundreds of people who worked on the show and most of their signatures are not on the poster. Many of the artists and crew members and writers were gone by the time we made up this poster and sought out signatures. And I see that there are signatures from virtually none of the musicians and very few of the actors. So, everyone who signed did indeed work on Histeria, but the list of names is incomplete.
Patrick -- I don't know how you possibly picked out Nathan's signature. It's virtually indecipherable! Nicely done!
I didn't, I just assumed because Cody and Luke's signature was on the poster, Nate's had to be somewhere. Where is it anyways?
Where's the ebay link? :p
Oh, you knew! It's that crazy scribble beneath Froggo.
Heh... and it's a far cry from just a few years earlier!I'm one to talk, of course. My signature has gone from a readable cursive as a kid to basically the letters R and O with lines after them, to, now, a sort of stylized combination of the letters R and O with a line after it (the right half of the R is also the left half of the O -- it was not intentional; it just started coming out that way).
Thanks Ron...the Skippy and bros signature is great.
Yeah, I've seen Keeper's hand writing, or at least what he claims as his hand writing. It sure made me feel betrer about minehttp://www.cognitoalconfanart.blogspot.comYeah, I wrote all over that page. Very, very important notes, and my animator could hardly read it. (Of course, that's most likely due to my bad scan and poor handwriting.) That was just a test layout for my animators to try out, bless them.
I wish I could get actual signitures from you guys...