Dr. Dee Dee and Dexter Hyde is the third of the 6 chapter books published by Scholastic based on "Dexter's Laboratory" which was first published on December 1, 2002. Layout for page 6 which is marked at the bottom. This art was done on sketchbook paper using graphite pencils and is signed by the illustrator, John Kurtz. Paper Size: 10.5 x 10.5, Image Size: 5.5" x 7.5." Normal wear for production piece, some minor creasing in corner. Also included is a reproduction of the which shows the correction for the hands, knife and fork. Book cover for reference only. Certificate of Authenticity from the Cricket Gallery.
Dexter's Laboratory is an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. The series follows Dexter, an enthusiastic boy-genius with a hidden science laboratory in his room full of inventions, which he keeps secret from his clueless parents, who are only referred to as "Mom" and "Dad". Dexter is at constant odds with his older and more extroverted sister Dee Dee, who always gains access to the lab and inadvertently foils his experiments. Dexter has a bitter rivalry with his neighbor and classmate Mandark, a nefarious boy-genius who attempts to undermine Dexter at every opportunity. Prominently featured in the first and second seasons are other segments focusing on superhero-based characters Monkey, Dexter's pet lab-monkey/superhero, and the Justice Friends, a trio of superheroes who share an apartment.
John Kurtz is a master of the lost art of illustration, using paints, ink, pencils, airbrushes and more to conjure the imagery that has brought joy to so many. Over his long career, he’s created work for publishers like Disney Press and Scholastic, done character work for Cartoon Network, Sesame Street and Nickelodeon, and crafted memorable advertising for Coca-Cola. With over 25 Winnie the Pooh books in his pocket, it’s a safe bet that you grew up with John’s artwork, or shared it with children of your own.
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