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John Kricfalusi
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    (September 9, 1955- )
    Creator of Ren and Stimpy
    Founder of Spumco Animation
    His last name is hard to spell and pronounce.
    He sometimes credits himself as 'John K.'
    He takes cartoons WAY too seriously!
    He gullibly put his outlandish cartoon, 'Ren and Stimpy' on Nickelodean, a cable network aimed at children, which opposed his freewheeling mature style.
    He got into an argument with some of Nick's suits and he was kicked off the show. It continued for several more sucessful seasons without him!
    His Spumco comic book for Marvel was cancelled after only one issue.
    He hates Disney, 'The Smurfs,' 'Scooby Doo,' and 'Fat Albert.'
    He tried to do a new show called the 'Ripping Friends' and a revival of 'Ren and Stimpy,' but they were cancelled quickly with little fanfare.
    He was one of the first people to make cartoons for the internet.
    He isn't afraid to shock and offend.
    He directed a music video for Bjork.

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