The World of Cartoons Explored in Stripped; Save 39%

My family loves comics and animation. When we discovered a Kickstarter project to fund development of a documentary about the the past and future of cartooning, a documentary that features our best cartoonists, we started kicking.

Once we pledged to the Kickstarter project for Stripped, the fun jumped off our computer screens, as we got frequent updates about the progress of the documentary. We felt like we had a window looking in on a working studio and production office. This just added to our excitement as the film neared completion and the premiere drew near. In April, my daughter and I drove to Hollywood to join cartoon fanatics in attending the premiere, where several of the cartoonists who were interviewed for the film also appeared in a special post-screening Q&A session with the filmmakers. We were thrilled with the quality and entertaining content of the film. More than 80 cartoonists speak during the film and many segments appear of cartoons being constructed, conceived, or analyzed.

Rebecca and Kay at the Stripped premiere. Photo courtesy Stripped Film.

Since then, Stripped has toured to many film festivals and pop-culture cons. You can see the upcoming appearance dates at the Stripped website or Twitter feed.

Until September 19, you can get the Stripped Deluxe Edition for $39.99, a 39 percent discount. This includes the movie (clean and adult-language versions), the extras reel (30 minutes), directors’ commentary, and 15 full interviews. This totals over 26 hours of additional unmatched content. (There are also other editions available for lower prices.)

Kay works with engineers, scientists, and programmers as a writer and editor, which she prefers over working with muggles. When sufficiently caffeinated, she geeks out over words, communication, biology, needlework, and recreational sports. And, of course, chocolate. Her children _may_ have been exposed to D&D at a too-young age, but they continue to play happily to this day.