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Scooter Tanchibi

Character Bio: Street Mix

Scooter Tanchibi
Major: Film

Kenichi Tanchibi is intelligent, witty, handsome, wealthy, and able to coordinate Bruno Maglis with a bespoke mohair suit. You already hate him, don't you? Scooter descends from an American branch of the Japanese Tanchibi family, owners of Tanchibi Stationery Concern, the adorable cartoon mascots of which have charmed people young and old around the world for decades.

Scooter himself is into a different brand of pop culture: he's a connoisseur of vintage rock, classic movies, and all things Mod. He deejays a late-night campus radio show, spinning obscure vinyl and monologuing wistfully into the void. Micki has an enormous, most likely unreciprocated, crush on him.

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Shaenon GarrityShaenon K. Garrity loves Andrew Farago.

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Brian MooreBrian Moore (Chapter 3 Page 25 - present) is an illustrator, animator, and web designer, and creator of the animated web serial Teddy & Anna.

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Roger LangridgeRoger Langridge (special art sequences) was born in New Zealand in 1967. He decided to become a cartoonist when he was six years old; for some reason it stuck (perhaps because it was more attainable than his previous career goal of "mad scientist"). Roger drew a lot of comics with his brother Andrew when he was growing up. Eventually one of these evolved into Art Dekko (later "Art d'Ecco"), which was his first minicomic, in 1988. And things sort of rolled on from there ... Roger moved to London in 1990 to try and go professional, and somehow got lucky. He now lives there with his wife Sylvie, their daughter Tamsin and somebody else's cat.

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Robert StevensonBob Stevenson (Chapter 1 Page 1 - Chapter 3 Page 24) has refused to draw on the right side of the brain since someone taught him that brains have sides. Instead, he wanders the globe posing as a teacher. In private, he pushes lead, charcoal, ink and pixels whenever opportunities present themselves.

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