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Georgia Ball
Georgia Ball's family moved frequently for her father's refinery career during her early years, living in Houston, Port Arthur and Bellingham, WA before settling in Beaumont again for eight years. She pursued a computer science degree at Georgia Tech, ignored a professor's suggestion that she... show more



Georgia Ball's family moved frequently for her father's refinery career during her early years, living in Houston, Port Arthur and Bellingham, WA before settling in Beaumont again for eight years. She pursued a computer science degree at Georgia Tech, ignored a professor's suggestion that she move into the scientific writing program and eventually transferred to the Savannah College of Art and Design.While in Georgia she worked for several years as a Flash animator for IBM and the Cartoon Network, where she met and married fellow animator Scott Ball. They collaborated on a series of animated shorts and games and promoted them by launching a webcomic called "Scooter and Ferret" in 2004. While Georgia grew as a web developer, she also had to grow as a writer to keep the strip afloat. In 2010 an editor for Ape Entertainment contacted her and asked her to write for their new Strawberry Shortcake comic book series. Since then she's published stories for Kung Fu Panda, Fruit Ninja and My Little Pony for IDW. Her latest comic book series, The Littlest Pet Shop, will be released in stores in 2014.

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Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it 1 year ago
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.This was really cute, fun, and lovely. I used to be a big fan of Strawberry Shortcake, though it has been years and years since I last saw something about her, so imagine my delight when I saw this comic on Netgalley. I knew I just ...
ireneramos773
ireneramos773 rated it 1 year ago
I got the Strawberry Shortcake on 2016 Free Comic Book Day. I was a quick and easy read. The story was really cute. I love the characters and art style. A great read.
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it 2 years ago
And a lot of that depends on how much I hate the franchise this is based on when I read it. Loved Prime, hated this 'sequel.' It absolutely rewrites parts of the history I loved in Prime and Aligned, but for some reason it's more bearable in comic book format. Still, some days I like this se...
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it 2 years ago
There's a really funny Call Me Maybe joke in here, as well as some fan service, and a funny take on Steve the Vehicon. Basically, it's far more clever than I thought this series would get. It took a while to find its legs, but its found them. In fact, I no longer follow this TV show, and have ...
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it 2 years ago
But I've got to admit it's growing on me. And the other comics are intended for adults, and a lot of the complexity - the wordplay and obscure references for example - would go over the heads of the children this comic is targeting directly. No about IDW and Hasbro appreciates the adults who b...
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