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by Diego Jourdan,Scott Christian Sava


Scott Christian Sava has worked on such television, film, comic book, and video game titles such as Spider-Man .

Scott Christian Sava has worked on such television, film, comic book, and video game titles such as Spider-Man, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Aliens vs. Predators, X-Men. and so much more in his career as an illustrator, comic book artist, animator, and video game designer. In 2000, Scott formed the animation company, Blue Dream Studios. Writer Scott Christian Sava starts each of his books by asking "what if some cool situation happened to a kid?" In Pet Robots, the situation is-you guessed it-getting a pet robot. Four of them, to be exact.

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Scott Christian Sava has worked on such television, film, comic book, and video game titles such as Spider-Man . Diego Jourdan's artwork is clean and colorful, with great attention to character design that gives the lead humans and each alien, no matter how peripheral, a distinctive identity.

Pet Robots is an all ages book written by Scott Sava and art by Diego Jourdan. The plot is a straightforward romp, where four kids get lost on a field trip to a toy factory and stumble onto four robots.

When four students - Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy - get lost during a field. Pet Robots is an all ages book written by Scott Sava and art by Diego Jourdan. After accidentally activating them, the kids leave and the robots following them home afterward, having imprinted on them. Adventures happen, culminating in a fight as the evil toy manufacturer attempts to get them back.

by Diego Jourdan Pereira and Scott Sava. When four students - Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy - get lost during a field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company, they're followed home by four military robots - Skye, Rock, Aqua, and Wind

by Diego Jourdan Pereira and Scott Sava. When four students - Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy - get lost during a field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company, they're followed home by four military robots - Skye, Rock, Aqua, and Wind.

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ANNECY, France - Scott Christian Sava’s . based Blue Dream Studios has kicked-off pre-production on animated feature Pet Robots. First designs, pictured above, and to which V. First designs, pictured above, and to which . et Robots. 22 January 2016 ·. Happy Friday, everyone! As we did with The Animal Crackers Movie, the fine folks at Blue Dream Studios Spain put together a wonderful "Proof of Concept" short to help sell Pet Robots (originally a comic book) to studios and investors. Directed by Jaime Maestro.

Four students - Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy - get lost while on a field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company.

Four students- Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy- get lost while on a field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company. Four students - Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy - get lost while on a field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company. That night they are followed home by four military robots, Skye, Rock, Aqua, and Wind. Now, the owner of the Rooty Tooty Toy Company wants his robots back and he is willing to do anything to get them.

written by Scott Christian Sava, illustrated by Diego Jourdan. Reading Pet Robots is a lot like watching a cartoon: There is plenty of action as well as verbal humor, the lines between good and evil are clearly drawn, and the bad guys are comically humiliated in the end. Writer Scott Christian Sava starts each of his books by asking what if some cool situation happened to a kid? In Pet Robots, the situation is -- you guessed it -- getting a pet robot. Pet Robots written by Scott Christian Sava, illustrated by Diego Jourdan.

By (author) Scott Christian Sava, By (artist) Diego Jourdan. Now, the owner of the Rooty Tooty Toy Company wants his robots back and he is willing to do anything to get them

By (author) Scott Christian Sava, By (artist) Diego Jourdan. especially new readers in grade school.

When four students — Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy — get lost during a field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company, they're followed home by four military robots — Skye, Rock, Aqua, and Wind. Now, the owner of the Rooty Tooty Toy Company wants his robots back and he's willing to do anything to get them!

Pet Robots epub download

ISBN13: 978-1600103117

ISBN: 1600103111

Author: Diego Jourdan,Scott Christian Sava

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Comics & Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: IDW Publishing (October 29, 2008)

Pages: 172 pages

ePUB size: 1539 kb

FB2 size: 1766 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 534

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Nagis
Writer Scott Christian Sava starts each of his books by asking "what if some cool situation happened to a kid?" In Pet Robots, the situation is--you guessed it--getting a pet robot. Four of them, to be exact.

The story starts with a class field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company. A quartet of kids--brainy Jake, cell-phone addict Tommy, game freak Tammy, and nose-picker Chris--are separated from the rest of their class and wind up in a part of the factory that probably wasn't intended for the public: The rooms they go to are filled with pushy talking teddy bears, green slime, and poop. (Yes, there is a room filled with poop. No, I don't know why, but the target audience will probably find this hilarious.) In the last room, they find four robots and sort-of-accidentally activate them, which causes the robots to scan the children and imprint their preferences.

Unaware of this, the kids rejoin their class and go home, only to discover later that the robots have followed them. What starts out to be a little scary ends up awesome, as the robots transform into whatever the kids want--a skateboard for Tammy, a dune buggy for Tommy, a motorcycle for Chris--and hustle to grant their every wish. It's all good fun until the comically evil chairman of the toy company sends his private army to retrieve his toys. That's when the robots demonstrate their defensive powers, disarming the goons with jets of water, blasts of wind, and super robot strength.

Pet Robots has a Willy Wonka vibe to it, with its weird toy factory and clownlike villain. At its heart, though, this is a simple book. The story is straightforward and unfolds cleanly, one episode at a time. The creators have a nice sense of comic timing, often having a character discover something or react to a surprise over a series of smaller panels. And while the main characters are well-rounded, no one strays too far from their personality type.

Jourdan's art has a pleasing, art-deco quality to it, making use of simple shapes and repetition to create characters and backgrounds. The art was obviously done on a computer, and a few pages look overly digitized, with zigzag lines, obvious stretching of the images, or drastic variations in line weight. These flaws will be more noticeable to adults than children, though, and they don't interfere with the flow of the book.

Reading Pet Robots is a lot like watching a cartoon: There is plenty of action as well as verbal humor, the lines between good and evil are clearly drawn, and the bad guys are comically humiliated in the end.

-- Brigid Alverson
Nagis
Writer Scott Christian Sava starts each of his books by asking "what if some cool situation happened to a kid?" In Pet Robots, the situation is--you guessed it--getting a pet robot. Four of them, to be exact.

The story starts with a class field trip to the Rooty Tooty Toy Company. A quartet of kids--brainy Jake, cell-phone addict Tommy, game freak Tammy, and nose-picker Chris--are separated from the rest of their class and wind up in a part of the factory that probably wasn't intended for the public: The rooms they go to are filled with pushy talking teddy bears, green slime, and poop. (Yes, there is a room filled with poop. No, I don't know why, but the target audience will probably find this hilarious.) In the last room, they find four robots and sort-of-accidentally activate them, which causes the robots to scan the children and imprint their preferences.

Unaware of this, the kids rejoin their class and go home, only to discover later that the robots have followed them. What starts out to be a little scary ends up awesome, as the robots transform into whatever the kids want--a skateboard for Tammy, a dune buggy for Tommy, a motorcycle for Chris--and hustle to grant their every wish. It's all good fun until the comically evil chairman of the toy company sends his private army to retrieve his toys. That's when the robots demonstrate their defensive powers, disarming the goons with jets of water, blasts of wind, and super robot strength.

Pet Robots has a Willy Wonka vibe to it, with its weird toy factory and clownlike villain. At its heart, though, this is a simple book. The story is straightforward and unfolds cleanly, one episode at a time. The creators have a nice sense of comic timing, often having a character discover something or react to a surprise over a series of smaller panels. And while the main characters are well-rounded, no one strays too far from their personality type.

Jourdan's art has a pleasing, art-deco quality to it, making use of simple shapes and repetition to create characters and backgrounds. The art was obviously done on a computer, and a few pages look overly digitized, with zigzag lines, obvious stretching of the images, or drastic variations in line weight. These flaws will be more noticeable to adults than children, though, and they don't interfere with the flow of the book.

Reading Pet Robots is a lot like watching a cartoon: There is plenty of action as well as verbal humor, the lines between good and evil are clearly drawn, and the bad guys are comically humiliated in the end.

-- Brigid Alverson
Gholbimand
Pet Robots is a delightful hardcover graphic novel from Blue Dream Studios. Four classmates: Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy are touring a toy factory with their class when they make a wrong turn and get lost. While trying to find the rest of the class they encounter many strange rooms along the way, including one filled with four life-size robots who don't exactly look like toys. Back at home, the kids find the four robots have followed them home, each drawn to one of the four children. The kids give their new robot friends nicknames: Rock, Aqua, Wind, and Skye and become fast friends. Everyone is happy except for the toy factory owner, Mr. Meisterburger...he wants his robots back and will stop at nothing to achieve his goal. He'll soon unleash his greatest robot, Destructo (who looks kind of like a Mazinger robot) on the children. This is really a great book. Aimed at a younger audience but great entertainment for the family. The cartooning of Diego Jourdan is very clean and well done, and would make a great cartoon. It's a fast-paced story and a nice way to introduce younger readers to comics.

REVIEWED BY TIM JANSON
Gholbimand
Pet Robots is a delightful hardcover graphic novel from Blue Dream Studios. Four classmates: Jake, Chris, Tammy, and Tommy are touring a toy factory with their class when they make a wrong turn and get lost. While trying to find the rest of the class they encounter many strange rooms along the way, including one filled with four life-size robots who don't exactly look like toys. Back at home, the kids find the four robots have followed them home, each drawn to one of the four children. The kids give their new robot friends nicknames: Rock, Aqua, Wind, and Skye and become fast friends. Everyone is happy except for the toy factory owner, Mr. Meisterburger...he wants his robots back and will stop at nothing to achieve his goal. He'll soon unleash his greatest robot, Destructo (who looks kind of like a Mazinger robot) on the children. This is really a great book. Aimed at a younger audience but great entertainment for the family. The cartooning of Diego Jourdan is very clean and well done, and would make a great cartoon. It's a fast-paced story and a nice way to introduce younger readers to comics.

REVIEWED BY TIM JANSON
Thetalas
I love kids books, I just love them. This is one of my favorites. It combines adventure, mischief, and geekyness into a great story. Lot's of fun with kids or without.
Thetalas
I love kids books, I just love them. This is one of my favorites. It combines adventure, mischief, and geekyness into a great story. Lot's of fun with kids or without.
Mautaxe
this is a great book that will be sure to entertain a child but also be amusing for an adult. great characters and imagination to spare, Pet Robots was just a tremendously fun read!
Mautaxe
this is a great book that will be sure to entertain a child but also be amusing for an adult. great characters and imagination to spare, Pet Robots was just a tremendously fun read!