Cartoon Scripts

These are the scripts for your favorite shows. The ones I wrote are signed by me. And some available as downloads (not signed)!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle scripts available:

 

9059-005 “Invasion of the Turtle Snatchers” – Signed script $19.95Donatello and Rocksteady are kidnapped by aliens. Their captor is an alien kid who’s only having some fun.
The alien parents tell Donatello that the last time they visited, their son left one of his “toys” behind. Unfortunately, it’s now buried under the Nuclear Reactor at the University and if they do not retrieve it — bye-bye Earth!

9059-10 “The Fifth Turtle” – Signed script $19.95Donatello and Raphael are challenged by a gang of young street punks. Suddenly, a kid in a Turtle costume appears, to defend Donatello and Raphael, but he falls flat on his face, allowing the real Turtles to dispatch the thugs. the kid, whose name is Zack, wants to help the Turtles fight crime, but Raphael tells him that he is more of a menace than a crime fighter. Zach manages to get in the way once more, but in the end helps out, and is awarded his own Turtle-Com and made an honorary Turtle.

9059-023 “Big MACC Attack” – Signed script $19.95 April reports on a new super laser from the Army testing laboratory when a a dimensional portal opens. Out of the portal comes MACC— Mobile Armored Computerized Combatant —who quickly disables all weapons. The Turtles arrive at the lab to rescue April, learn that MACC is a “peacenik,” a warrior robot from 400 years in the future who doesn’t want to fight. Krang grabs MACC to force him to bring an army of his fellow robots through the Time Portal. MACC gets free of Krang’s control and the TMNT defeat Shredder, Krang, Rocksteady, Bebop and the Stone Warriors. The Turtles convince MACC to return to his own Dimension to become a “warrior for peace.”

9059-034 “Shredderville” – Signed script $19.95 The Turtles are discouraged when Shredder gets away yet again, so they begin to think that the world would be better off if they weren’t around. They wake up and discover that they’ve gotten their wish: they are in a world where no one has heard of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! And worse, the city—now named “Shredderville”—is in a sad state, and the Technodrome sits in the park! April and Irma are slaves of Bebop and Rocksteady, and the glum citizens are brainwashed into hating mutants. They learn from Krang that Shredder is the real ruler… poor Krang is just a harassed bureaucrat who can’t even handle running the city! As the Turtles confront Shredder, the Technodrome blows up – and they wake up to find it was all a dream!

9059-043 “The Great Boldini” – Signed script $19.95The Turtles, Zach and his friend Caitlin visit the Museum where the Great Boldini, a magician, intends to make a valuable emerald disappear. The lights go off. When they come back on, Boldini is tied up and the emerald is missing. Boldini claims innocence. Guards close the doors, the Turtles are revealed and arrested. Zach and Caitlin learn that Boldini is working with crime lord Don Turtelli — they have the emerald! The kids grab the emerald, the Turtles break free of the police and save the day.

9060-068 “Michelangelo Toys Around” Michelangelo sneaks into a toy show. But he is spotted by Kevin, the spoiled son of the owner of Tyler Toys, who calls him the “Michelangelo Toy.” Tyler’s chief inventor, Wilbur Weazell, reprograms the company’s newest toy, the “Tyranno-toy” to attack and destroy, so Weazell can take over the company. Aprilsees Kevin taking Michelangelo back to his estate and notifies the Turtles. The Turtles arrive, run into Weazell and are attacked by the Tyranno-Toys. Meanwhile, Michaelangelo and Kevin are at the Tyler estate trying to escape from Weazell’s assistant. Weazell arrives and activates more toys to attack the two. The Turtles, having followed Weazell to the estate, battle it out with the toys and capture Weazell and his goons, stopping him from going through with his plan.

9060-070 “Shredder’s Mother” – Signed script $19.95 Krang and Shredder set up a massive orbiting mirror in Dimension X that bathes the Earth in steaming heat. The extensive heat causes the ice caps to begin melting and evaporates the world’s water supply. Shredder’s mother, Miyoko, hears about her son’s plan from her retirement home for villains and decides to join him, making his life a living hell. The Turtles go to Dimension X and destroy the mirror. Shredder, getting tired of his mother treating him like a baby, transports her back to the retirement home.

9060-079 “Superhero for a Day” – Signed script $19.95 Krang sends Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady to the city’s power plants, planning to use the energy to raise the Technodrome. April alerts the Turtles to Shredder’s appearance and they set off. On their way, they run into Gadgetman, an over-the-hill super hero, who is trying to make a comeback by rescuing kids from a bus. He blows it, putting the kids in jeopardy, but the Turtles save the kids, telling Gadgetman to stay out of the way. Krang decides to use Gadgetman to distract the Turtles. Shredder stages a bank hold up, which makes Gadgetman look like a hero to the public. The Turtles realize that the hold up was a distraction and hurry to the power plant. Shedder is waiting for them and captures them. April gets there just in time to rescue them before the plant blows up. the Turtles figure out Krang’s plan, and track Shredder to the last power plant. When they arrive, they discover that Shredder has already begun to drain the energy from the city and started to transport it to the Technodrome. Gadgetman realizes that he’s been fooled. He arrives at the plant in time to help the Turtles foil Krang’s plan.

9061-022 “What’s Michelangelo Good For?” – Signed script $19.95 At the zoo, Michelangelo gets Pete, his pet pigeon, checked ot by the vet, Dr. Jane Goodfellow. Elsewhere, Donatello, Leonardo and Raphael get nabbed by robots. The robots take the TMNT to an island. They are greeted by Dr. Lesseau, a scientist who is experimenting on animals he’s stolen from the zoo to create a super-animal.. and Lesseau wants the Turtles for their brains. Michaelngelo discovers his bufds missing, and. with Pete’s help, learns of their capture. Michelangelo & Drf. Goodfellow go to the island. Dodging Dr. Lesseau’s booby traps, Michelanglo, Pete and Dr. Goodfellow arrive at the island, reach the doctor’s lab just as he’s about to do awful things to the other Turtles. Dr. Lesseau orders his animals to attack the Turtles, but the animals turn on the doctor and capture him. Donatello uses Dr. Lesseau’s mutator laser to turn all the animals back to normal and return them to the zoo.

9061-026 “Splinter Vanishes” – Signed script $19.95 Splinter is gone! The Turtles find a videotape in which Splinter explains to the Turtles that he has taught them all he knows and now it is time for them to be on their own. Michaelangelo gets his own cooking show, Leonardo works at a fitness center, Raphael performs at birthday parties and Donatello works in a fix-it shop. The Rat King plots with Leatherhead to take over the city. But Leatherhead wants to find the Turtles and get rid of them once and for all. Soon all but Leo are captured. April discovers the plot and, following Leatherhead to the hideout, is captured… but suddenly Splinter arrives and saves her! To the villains’ surprise, Leonardo arrives and frees the other Turtles. With the Turtles reunited and Splinter by their side, they defeat the villains. Splinter tells the Turtles that he left them because he sensed trouble from the Rat King and Leatherhead, and if he could trick them into believing that the Turtles had gone their separate ways, it would bring the villains out into the open.

9062-09A “Muckman Messes Up” – Signed script $19.95 Krang learns of an anti-mutagen that Krang believes will turn the Turtles into baby Turtles. Shredder, Rocksteady and Bebop search a lab for the compound, throwing a barrel of chemicals out the window. It covers two unsuspecting Garbage Men, who mutate into weird creatures, Muckman and Joe Eyeball. The TMNT arrives and the bad guys leave, but Muckman and Joe Eyeball blame the Turtles for their condition. April and Irma confront the garbage men. The Turtles arrive but are weakened by the mutagen and can’t save the girls. Muckman and Joe Eyball have teamed up with Shredder, Rocksteady and Bebop. As soon as Muckman and Joe Eyeball get close, the Turtles collapse. Splinter is taken prisoner by Shredder who takes him to the Technodrome. April and Irma prove to the garbagemen that it was Rocksteady and Bebop who are to blame for their mutation. Muckman & Joe help the Turtles rescue Splinter & wreck the Technodrome.

9059-058 “Shredder’s New Sword” – Signed script $19.95 At London’s British Museum, the Turtles and Splinter study a portrait of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere and the Knights of the Round Table. In Dimension X, Krang is using a long-range scanner and discovers a rare metal buried in a ruined castle in England. The metal turns out to be King Arthur’s legendary sword, Excalibur. Shredder arrives in England and grabs the sword, which has the ability to raise ancient knights, and transform modern England into medieval England. When Shredder realizes its powers, he decides to forget Krang and rule England himself. The power of the sword stops the Turtles at every turn, and April and Irma are captured by the mutants, Shredder deciding to make April his queen. The final battle takes place at the ruined castle of Camelot, with the Turtles dueling with Shredder and the mutants in a medieval tournament. The spirits of Arthur and Guinevere rise and the Turtles defeat Shredder, returning Arthur’s sword to him.

9059-062 “Northern Lights Out” – Signed script $19.95 A descendant of the Viking raiders, Eric Red, seizes both April and Professor Swenson’s map to the underground volcanos in Scandinavia. He plans to tap into the molten energy, melt the polar ice cap and flood the world’s coastal cities, making them easy prey for his wanna-be Vikings. The Turtles battle Eric’s “Hammer of Thor,” fight a mechanical sea serpent and stop the guy before he blows up the volcanoes.

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She-Ra, Princess of Power scripts available:

“The Peril of Whispering Woods” – Signed script $19.95Shadow Weaver discovers an ancient potion that can kill the plants in Whispering Woods and counter the magic that keeps the Horde out. However, on one of the raids of the Rebel’s camp, Horde Prime’s son Prince Zed is taken hostage and realizes just how badly the Horde treats people. He forces Hordak to stop the destruction of the woods on account of his father’s wrath.


“A Loss for Words” – Signed script $19.95 Adora and Bow go to a village to try and convince potential Rebels to join them in the fight for freedom. However, Hordak gets word of this and sends Shadow Weaver to magically steal their voices and capture Adora. Though she fails to capture Adora, Shadow Weaver does take her voice…preventing Adora from transforming into She-Ra.
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“The Mines of Mondor” – Signed script $19.95Prince Hazaar, son of King Duplis of Erelandia, is sent by the Horde to the Mines of Mondor on planet Kyrtis. Can the Rebels rescue him?


“Book Burning” – Signed script $19.95Adora and Bow visit a school in Northland, to tell the children how Etheria was a peaceful place before the Horde invaded it and took over. One boy, Corey, accuses them of lying, believing that the Horde are a peaceful government and the planet’s rightful rulers. Just then, Northland is invaded by the Horde themselves, who steal all the school’s books for a book burning ceremony, with the intention of replacing them with books depicting the Horde as the rightful rulers of Etheria.


 

“Birds of a Feather” Signed script – $19.95Red Eye, Kowl’s evil cousin, offers his services to Hordak. Hordak accepts when he discovers that Shadow Weaver can enable Red Eye to read Kowl’s mind if the bird brings the witch some of his cousin’s feathers. When Red Eye does so, Kowl leaves the Rebellion believing he’s a threat to his friends; but the bigger threat is the Valley of the Lost, which awaits him around the corner…



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X-Men scripts available:

“Red Dawn” – Signed script $19.95Omega Red, the ultimate living weapon, is resuscitated by three corrupt generals who want to reclaim and rule the crumbling old Soviet empire. Colossus goes to the X-Men for help to save his country and its fragile freedom from these forces of tyranny. Later the X-Men find Omega Red, and fight him, but they are unable to stop him. In the end, the X-Men — with the help of Darkstar and Colossus — defeat him with a trick. Instead of fighting him, Storm uses her powers to freeze him. Omega Red falls back into his cryogenic sleep, and Russia is saved.


Lotus & the Steel – Signed script $19.95Wolverine, losing control, quits the X-Men and returns to the rural Japan of his younger days, in an effort to find himself. He works peacefully with a former spiritual teacher, the monk Oku, to build a temple. But the neighboring village is about to be attacked by bandits, led by the merciless Silver Samurai, unless payment is made. Some of the villagers want to resist, and ask Wolverine for help. Wolverine is torn. This is just the sort of thing he had wanted to leave behind. Wolverine bests the Samurai in single combat by taking advantage of Samurai’s habit of teleporting in behind him: Wolverine anticipates the move and disables the teleportation device, humiliating Samurai.


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Iron Man scripts available:

“Rejoice! I Am Ultimo, Thy Deliverer” – Signed script $19.95 The Mandarin and MODOK find and bring to life a gigantic alien robot, Ultimo, which has an unknown agenda of its own to fulfill. The Mandarin sets Ultimo off to destroy one of Stark’s secret factories, but Ultimo breaks free and Iron Man must bring him down and also prevent the Mandarin from regaining control of the huge robot.


“Not Far From the Tree” – Signed script $19.95 Tony Stark intercepts an A.I.M. signal — a plea for help from Walter Stark, Tony’s father who was long thought dead. After rescuing him, Tony must come to terms with old wounds left open at the time his father supposedly died. He must also come to terms with an apparent S.H.I.E.L.D. cover-up, which shows that Nick Fury traded Walter to A.I.M. in exchange for release of a captive agent. Meanwhile, A.I.M. hires Crimson Dynamo to help infiltrate Stark Industries.


“Hulk Buster” – Signed script $19.95 One of the Mandarin’s missing rings is in the desert, where it adversely reacts to solar energy, creating rifts in time, one of which snares Julia, who disappears. Iron Man recovers the ring with Dr. Bruce Banner, but they are attacked by robots who steal the ring and deliver it to The Leader. The Leader now has two rings and wants to use them to go back in time to murder the young Bruce Banner and take his place when the Gamma bomb detonates, giving him the Hulk’s strength. But Iron Man, Rhodes and Banner have located The Leader’s hideaway. In the struggle for one of the rings, Iron Man and Hulk disappear in a time rift. While the Hulk and Iron Man fight, Rhodes and HOMER force the Leader to bring them back. Instead, the Leader leaps through a portal with the other ring and attempts to complete his plan…


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Spider-Man scripts available:

“Mutant’s Revenge” – Signed script $19.95Wolverine battles Spider-man, thinking he’s to blame for Beast’s disappearance. But Beast is caged above a vat of evil-looking goop in noted mutant-hater Landon’s lab, about to become a guinea pig in Landon’s effort to wipe out all mutant characteristics. Hobgoblin interferes but is driven off, in time for Spidey and Wolverine to rescue Beast… dumping Landon into the goop and turning him into a monster.


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New Adventures of He-Man scripts available:

“Planet of Junk” – Signed script $19.95At an interstellar junkyard, Skeletor discovers dangerous weapons of a technically far superior species and he abducts the scientists of Primus and forces them to repair the weapons.


“Council of Clones” – Signed script $19.95 Under frequent attack from Skeletor, the Council discovers a super-computer, which they use to create clones of themselves. But the computer takes over and imprisons the real Councilors. He-Man tries to destroy the super-computer but is weakened as Skeletor attacks. With help from the Sorceress, He-Man defeats Skeletor and destroys the computer. The clones disappear and the real Council takes charge.


“Slaves To The Machine” – Signed script $19.95 He-Man and Skeletor arrive on the planet Machina. There the inhabitants of the planet are controlled by machines. He-Man joins a resistance organization and fights for the independence of the people of Machina. But Skeletor has other plans…


“You’re in the Army Now” – Signed script $19.95 Adam stands before a court because he retreated from a battle with the mutants to change into He-Man. The court does not suspect that Adam is He-Man. Because Adam conceals his true identity, he ends up in the army.


“Brain Drain” – Signed script $19.95 Skeletor uses an intelligence amplifier to change his mutant allies into tactical geniuses. And with this power they even succeed in overcoming He-Man. But Skeletor is soon unhappy, for his allies are even intellectually superior to him!


“He-Man Mutant” – Signed script $19.95 The Scientists of Primus create a machine called the ‘Mutator’ which can change any human into a mutant. He-Man volunteers to become a mutant so that he can spy on Skeletor, but after his transformation, he forgets he is He-Man. Skeletor recruits the mutated He-Man, naming him Cruncher. Skeletor penetrates the shield around Primus and invades, with He-Man/Cruncher in the lead. He-Man changes back from mutant form and saves Primus just in time.


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ExoSquad scripts available:

11/24 “The First Step” – Signed script $19.95During Exofleet’s reconquest of Mercury, Yuri Stavrogan, who is temporarily assigned to the Able Squad, rallies Kaz Takagi to go after the best pilot of the Neo Fleet, Thrax. Thrax eventually prevails but spares Takagi’s life and leads the remaining Neosapien forces to Venus. This episode takes place at the same time as “Dogs of War”.


14/27 “Behind the Shield” aka “A Better Mousetrap” – Signed script $19.95
The liberation of Venus begins with Able Squad destroying the GRAF Shield generator first seen in episode 1.09. However, the Neo Megas have covertly constructed another one and activate it as Exofleet approaches the planet. Fortunately, GRAF is useless against cloaked Pirate ships and jumptroops land safely on the surface.


16/29 “Pirate’s Ransom” aka “Pirate Honor” – Signed script $19.95
Typhonus takes Simbacca prisoner to disrupt the negotiations, but Marsh, DeLeon, and a Pirate Lieutenant Hallas manage to free him and in return, the Pirate leader accepts the alliance.


21/34 “No Surrender” aka “Last Stand” – Signed script $19.95
On Phaeton’s orders, General Shiva offers to spare the lives of Terrans in Canberra if they surrender and hand over Marsh, which Tyree refuses. Shiva attacks but a jumptroop regiment arrives and takes him prisoner. In exchange for his life, the General lets the Resistance go.


23/37 “The Lost Patrol” aka “Second Chance” – Signed script $19.95
Torres attempts to take charge of the ExoScouts but they resent her and are eventually captured by Neo Warrior search party and Torres has to free them. Meanwhile, the Able Squad proceeds to their original destination from episode 2.22 and discovers that it is, in fact, an alien installation.


26/39 “Heart of Mars” – Signed script $19.95
Both Terrans and Neosapiens decide to seize the alien technology for themselves and enter the complex again. When a battle breaks out inside, the installation takes critical damage and self-destructs, destabilizing the Martian lithosphere. Able Squad (including Torres and her scouts) barely escapes the planet as it is literally blown to pieces.


35/48 “Fifth Column” – (“The Fall of the Neosapien Empire Part 2″) – Signed script $19.95
Winfield orders all Resistance cells on Earth to attack Neosapiens at once and Napier’s group manages to seize a factory worth of Neosapien heavy tanks. They proceed to Phaeton City but are pinned down at the Battle Creek. Meanwhile, Galba learns about Phaeton’s doomsday device and attempts to warn Exofleet but is captured. The liberation of Earth begins.


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Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog scripts available:

“Momma Robotnik’s Birthday” – Signed script $19.95Robotnik’s momma escapes from the home for mothers of villains and demands her birthday present! When she endangers Sonic and Tails, and they manage to have her taken back to the home, even Robotnik is glad to see her go.


“Return of Momma Robotnik” – Signed script $19.95
Momma escapes again from the Mobius Home for Really Bizarre People, disowns Robotnik for failing to capture Sonic, then with the help of an obscure Mobius law, adopts Sonic! Sonic is miserable as a Cinderella hedgehog with Scratch and Grounder as the evil stepbots, until Robotnik and Coconuts find another obscure law which frees Sonic.


“Robo-Ninjas” – Signed script $19.95
Robotnik captures a philosophical ninja crane named Kwai-Chang, and drains his fighting skills to improve the pathetic moves of Grounder & Scratch. The new improved robots transform into mechanical marvels, getting the better of Sonic and Tails. Fortunately for our heroes, Grasshopper, the crane’s student, comes along and together they do their usual number on Robotnik and his badniks.


“Over the Hill Hero” – Signed script $19.95
Captain Rescue, an older, out of shape, overweight superhero keeps trying to help Sonic battle Dr. Robotnik, and keeps getting him in more jeopardy. Sonic helps the old hero regain his self respect and they team up to battle Robotnik’s latest scheme.


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Bionic Six scripts available:

“Born to Be Bad” – Signed script $19.95At Albert Einstein High School, Charlie Wilder, a friend of J.D. Bennett, is awarded student of the year. However, his ceremony is interrupted by a gang called the Nukes. Charlie, who was once a Nuke, rejoins after his award is revoked. It is up to J.D. to stand up for his friend. When J.D. investigates, he finds out that Scarab is instigating a gang war between the Nukes and a rival gang, the Lasers.


“Just A Little Handicap” – Signed script $19.95
Prof. Sharp and the Bionic Six appear at the Sheldrake Academy, where Sharp debuts his Anti-Gravity Glide Path Controller. In addition, Sharp designs various pieces of equipment for disabled children. One student, Ronnie Gordon, shows his bitterness to the team, and Scarab’s group convinces him to turn on the Bionic Six. Ronnie lures IQ into a trap, and he is captured by Glove and Madame-O, who hold him hostage in exchange for the controller.


“A Matter of Gravity” – Signed script $19.95
The Bionic Six are taking an underwater tour of the Marianas Trench, scouting a test location for Prof. Sharp’s new invention the Gravitron. On the tour, they meet up with their disabled friend Ronnie Gordon. While I.Q. is visiting Ronnie and his family, Scarab makes an attempt to steal the Gravitron. Scarab kidnaps Prof. Sharp and Ronnie’s father, and the Bionic Six must rescue them. However, an impatient Ronnie tries to rescue his father on his own.


“The Secret Life of Wellington Forsby” – Signed script $19.95
Scarab and his goons break into Dynatech Industries late one night to steal a Sonic Multiplexer. The Bionic Six arrive on the scene, as does a new “hero” named Captain Confusion. Captain Confusion is actually Wellington Forsby, the smartest and most socially inept student at Albert Einstein High School. Forsby’s plan is to capture Scarab to make his mark on the world, and continues to adopt superhero guises to take on Scarab, much to the chagrin of the Bionic Six.


“Holidaze” – Signed script $19.95
The Bennett family is off to Dr. Fish’s new theme park Holiday World. However, their vacation ends when Scarab takes over Holiday World’s central computer, sending the park’s animatronic Bio-droids on a spree of destruction.


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Cadillacs & Dinosaurs scripts available:

“Death Ray” – Signed script $19.95Dr. Fessenden shows Wilhelmina a satellite laser, but needs to get to the station in Grith territory. Wilhelmina requests Jack to take Fessenden there. They avoid a shivet on the way. Jack receives a talisman from the Griths. Hammer abducts Fessenden, finding out about the Death Ray. Jack, Hannah and Fessenden reach the station and Hannah finds out Fessenden’s true intentions.Hammer catches Jack and Hannah. Before the laser can be tested on them, they escape. Hammer intends to destroy Sea City. As Hannah re-aims the laser on the station, Hammer’s lot flees. Jack rescues a Zeek’s baby before the station blows up. Jack leaves the talisman to the Griths.


“Death Ray” (rewrite) – NOT signed $9.95
A Nelvana in-house revision of the script by Francis Moss & Ted Pedersen. Decide for yourselves: our script or this one?


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Defenders of the Earth scripts available:

“Like Father, Like Daughter” – Signed script $19.95In Ming’s latest plot, using his Mind Neutralizer to enslave the human race, Ming manipulates his own daughter, Aura, to capture Flash, Rick, Jedda and L.J.


“Rick Gordon, One Man Army” – Signed script $19.95
Rick Gordon and the Defenders must save a tropical island from revolutionary forces who are in cahoots with Ming the Merciless!


“The Defense Never Rests” – Signed script $19.95
Ming develops Android Clones of the Defenders and programs them to commit a series of crimes, so that the real Defenders will be put on trial by the Galactic Federation — and banished to a galaxy 300 light years from Earth.


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Mighty Max scripts available:

 

“The Cyberskull Virus” – Signed script $19.95Max plays a videogame called Dementoids, and is called to investigate a sighting of a giant digital monster like one from the game. They find that a villain called Cyberskull is responsible, and he’s created a virus that can turn the real world into a digital horror zone. Max pits his skill at the Dementoids game to use against Cyberskull, and ultimately manages to destroy the virus, returning the world to normal and trapping the Cyberskull in cyberspace.


“Cyberskull II: The Next Level” – Signed script $19.95 UCyberskull takes control of J.C Mega, a Bill Gates-like computer tycoon, and others to redirect the world’s electrical power grid to help free him from his cyberspace exile. Max, Virgil and Norman travel to a Mayan pyramid to stop him.


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James Bond Jr scripts available:

“The Beginning” – Signed script $19.95 En route to his new school, Warfield Academy, Bond Jr. is chased by S.C.U.M. who want to steal the Aston Martin DB5.
“Northern Lights” – Signed script 19.95 The Warfield students arrive in Toronto on a clean-up project, unaware that Baron von Skarin is also in town with a scheme to hold the city’s electricity for ransom.
The Thing In The Ice” – Signed script 19.95 An Antarctic exploration team accidentally frees a savage, tentacled monster from the ice. James and his friends, on a school scientific trip must battle the creature and fight off S.C.U.M. villains who want it for their own purposes.
“Weather Or Not” - Signed script 19.95 Dr. Derange seizes the national weather satellite to gain complete control of the weather across England. He attempts to cause chaotic weather across the capital so Skullcap and his henchmen can do a series of robberies.
“No Time To Lose” – Signed script $19.95 A case of mistaken identity leads Spoiler to kidnap IQ, as part of Doctor No’s plan to build an impenetrable government airship known as The Vulture.
“Never Give A Villain A Fair Shake” – Signed script $19.95 Walker D. Plank hijacks a ship carrying a device capable of producing powerful earthquakes and threatens to flood Britain with a tidal wave.



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Interview on “The Fifth Turtle”

As very few know, my episode, titled “The Fifth Turtle” for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was voted on the IGN.COM fan site as the best of all 193 erpisodes of the original series.

Here’s the link: Top Turtle.

As even fewer of you know, Adam and Kevin recorded an interview with me regarding the episode, which you can find here:


The audio is not broadcast quality, but we had a good time.

Enjoy.

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