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SpongeBob SquarePants is an American animated comedy television series created by marine science educator and animator Stephen Hillenburg for Nickelodeon. The series chronicles the adventures and endeavors of the title character and his aquatic friends in the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom. The fifth-longest-running American animated series , its popularity has made it a media franchise. Many of the series' ideas originated in The Intertidal Zone , an unpublished educational book that Hillenburg created in to teach his students about undersea life.
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Welcome to my personal website. Rights have been sold around the world. Two Steps Forward is travelling well in Australian and New Zealand, and will be out in other countries from April next year. The Movember Campaign — plus a bit on which of my books to buy and a comment on royalties. My Movember campaign is over: thanks to those who bought my books in Movember, and thus added to my Australian royalties.
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These countries have a long tradition in comics separate from English-language comics. The potential appeal of the French-language comics extends beyond Francophone Europe, as France in particular has strong historical and cultural ties with several Francophone overseas territories, some of which, like French Polynesia or French Guiana , still being Overseas France. Of these territories it is Quebec , Canada , where Franco-Belgian comics are doing best, due — aside from the obvious fact that it has the largest comic reading Francophone population outside Europe — to that province's close historical and cultural ties with the motherland and where European comic publishers like Le Lombard and Dargaud maintain a strong presence, in the process heavily influencing its own native Quebec comics scene, particularly from onwards. This is in stark contrast to the English-speaking part of the country, which is culturally US comics oriented.
Nerds on TV tend to be caricatures of nerds in real life. They play up the fact that they're brainy and uncool, some even snorting when they laugh , all in the name of comedy. But it's not enough to just act the part. The actors behind TV's most famous nerds had to look the part as well. They often dressed like someone who works at a library or comic book shop and their hairstyles made it seem like they cut it themselves.