Thursday, December 28, 2017

2017 SKETCHCARD OFFER ALMOST OVER

YIKES!

2017
is 
ALMOST OVER!

And that means the
 mighty
PRINTLAB'S
FREE SKETCHCARD
offer
is
ALMOST OVER!

I'm just back from holiday
on the 
East Coast
(reppin' Phila and NYC!)
and have a bunch of
orders to catch up on.

But here are a couple that went out before I left:


LOVE
that this one was for a 
What a rockin' gift for a KND fan!



Some cooper fans
got cooper lunch bags
instead of sketch cards!





Time is running out!
Head over to the printlab

And as a holiday bonus,
here's a pic of the lunchbags I 
drew to put the Muppet Babies crew gifts in!


5 comments:

Numbuh 420 said...

I dunno if you patrol your older posts. I found today that you were setting up a knd2 back in 2015. I left a long winded and totally in character comment reminding you that us here at KND global ops are still applauding you regale of our amazing triumphs, and haven't given up on your other "project". We will never stop waiting, and never give up. Neither should you Mr.Warburton. ^.^
Just a little reminder,
!!!!!KIDZ NEXT DOOR RULEZ!!!!!

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Unknown said...

Hello, Mr. Warburton. My name is Anastasia McGinnis. I have loved your show ever since I was a child, and I've recently developed a reconnection with your show. My interest for this show, has been quite strong as of these past couple of months. So much so, that everywhere I go, I cannot stop thinking about the KND. Ideas, and such will often come to mind, with the KND, I remember each and every little factoid about them, it just has been magical. This love, and appreciation, and fascination for "Codename Kids Next Door" has just been so strong, and fun to be with. Now, I recently began working on a publication, these past couple of months, starting in August when the interest began. I am almost finished with it. It is 34 chapters long. The story, you could say, takes on a much darker, and edgier feel to it. Such as to emulate most Cartoon Network shows of the late 90's, early 2000's. The story is entitled, "Deprivation". It follows a young girl, Alexandria Ross, who is a genius. Although, because she had a rough start, her IQ got kicked. The Kids Next Door, particularly Nigel Uno, observe her, follow her around, and analyze her, for research he will eventually use to present to the GKND, to prove adults truly are worse for wear. The entire story isn't as edgy, as the looming premise leads on. Alex spends a couple months with Sector V, having her own series of misadventures, battling KND Specific villains, and learning more about herself, where she came from, and with the help of characters she becomes friends with, she overcomes her own struggles, and grows throughout. She still has her smart aleck moments, although, she becomes closer to her family, and friends while doing so. The story is a true adventure, with a mixture of adventure, classic humor, romance, action, and yes, some of the darkest, edgiest idea pieces seen, although a heroic ending prevails. It is suitable for the whole family. I know, this is a long comment, and I seem like another crazed fan, although, if you would, be so kind as to send me your email address, or current place of employment, so I can send you a draft, and you can preview it for yourself. I'll also provide a cover letter for you too. Write back, if you chose. It was so nice finally writing to you, and it will always be fun spending time with the Kids Next Door. one more thing, Kids Next Door Rulez!!!!

Unknown said...

Mr. Warburton, please wait! because 16mcginnisa@cmsd.k12.pa.us is locked, it's my former school account, will you please send any comments to me via email to, anabren2@aol.com? That is my primary email address. It would be a dream of mine to finally send you a publication of mine, and for you to like it. It would be the highlight of my year. Again, please send me your contact information, or place of business, and we'll hash it out, you and I. Thank you very much, have a good one. Kids Next Door Rulez!

Ana Banana said...

Hello, Mr. Warburton. My name is Anastasia McGinnis. I have loved your show ever since I was a child, and I've recently developed a reconnection with your show. My interest for this show, has been quite strong as of these past couple of months. So much so, that everywhere I go, I cannot stop thinking about the KND. Ideas, and such will often come to mind, with the KND, I remember each and every little factoid about them, it just has been magical. This love, and appreciation, and fascination for "Codename Kids Next Door" has just been so strong, and fun to be with. Now, I recently began working on a publication, these past couple of months, starting in August when the interest began. I am almost finished with it. It is 34 chapters long. The story, you could say, takes on a much darker, and edgier feel to it. Such as to emulate most Cartoon Network shows of the late 90's, early 2000's. The story is entitled, "Deprivation". It follows a young girl, Alexandria Ross, who is a genius. Although, because she had a rough start, her IQ got kicked. The Kids Next Door, particularly Nigel Uno, observe her, follow her around, and analyze her, for research he will eventually use to present to the GKND, to prove adults truly are worse for wear. The entire story isn't as edgy, as the looming premise leads on. Alex spends a couple months with Sector V, having her own series of misadventures, battling KND Specific villains, and learning more about herself, where she came from, and with the help of characters she becomes friends with, she overcomes her own struggles, and grows throughout. She still has her smart aleck moments, although, she becomes closer to her family, and friends while doing so. The story is a true adventure, with a mixture of adventure, classic humor, romance, action, and yes, some of the darkest, edgiest idea pieces seen, although a heroic ending prevails. It is suitable for the whole family. I know, this is a long comment, and I seem like another crazed fan, although, if you would, be so kind as to send me your email address, or current place of employment, so I can send you a draft, and you can preview it for yourself. I'll also provide a cover letter for you too. Write back, if you chose. It was so nice finally writing to you, and it will always be fun spending time with the Kids Next Door. one more thing, Kids Next Door Rulez!!!!