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John Sanford: From Animation To Webcomics - S05E14 American Bandito Podcast

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John Sanford is an animator from California who has made cartoons working for Warner Bros. Animation, Walt Disney Television Animation, DreamWorks Animation & Pixar. And during that time he created a webcomic called Chippy and Loopus. As we talk on facebook messenger he tells me he decided he wanted to try and turn his webcomic into a tv show!

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➜ Check out Chippy and Loopus at http://chippyandloopus.com/

➜ Music for the show by Lorenzo's Music https://www.lorenzosmusic.com

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