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Now for some debate relief: CURLY wins in the polls
Breaking Election News – Curly Wins Race for the White House! The Three Stooges - Red White & Stooge On Sale September 28th 2016
from the official American Mythology press release . . . . .
[Baltimore, Maryland] – There’s no need to wait until November. American Mythology Productions has all the presidential election news you need with the release of The Three Stooges – Red White & Stooge comic book. We asked which Stooge fans wanted to see in the Oval Office, and boy did the people want their votes to be heard!
Reaching out on social media, email, and websites, the response was overwhelming as eager fans cast their “votes” to see their favorite Stooge take center stage in the most powerful office in the world. Fans had to choose between Larry, Moe and Curly, and after a close campaign, a true champion of democracy stood tall.
American Mythology is proud to introduce our country’s next D.O.O.F.U.S. – Curly! That’s right, Curly pulled away from the pack, and ran away with the election. When asked for his thoughts about running for office, Curly had this to say, “Gee, I usually only run when Moe’s chasing me. Does the job come with pie? I’m starvinated after all this politicking.” Don’t believe us?! You’ll have to pick up your own copy of Red White & Stooge this coming Wednesday (9/28/16) and see for yourself, only from American Mythology Productions.
“When we came up with the idea to do a political issue and have fans vote their favorite Stooge into office, we never imagined the response we’d get,” said S.A. Check (Three Stooges, Pink Panther), the book’s writer. “It was nothing short of amazing! We saved the last couple pages of the book until we received the results, so readers get to find out who won at the end. With the presidential election in full swing, it was the perfect time to take a lighter look at the process, and have some fun with it.”
“The Three Stooges are American icons, known the world over for their comedy genius,” said Michael Bornstein, American Mythology’s Publisher. “It’s truly an honor to have a chance to help carry on their legacy by producing comics that we believe pay respect to their body of work, and introduce them to a new generation of fans. Working with C3 entertainment has been everything we’d hope for in partnership to put out quality books for fans to enjoy. Red White & Stooge is exactly the type of book we feel captures the essence of The Boys comedy while putting a modern spin on the story. And let’s face it, who hasn’t thought about how Curly would do as our Commander-in-Chief.”
About C3 Entertainment, Inc. C3 Entertainment, Inc. is a diversified Entertainment and Media company engaged in motion picture, television, digital and home entertainment production and worldwide distribution, as well as licensing and brand management of world famous classic brands and personalities. For more information, please visit http://www.c3entertainment.com and http://www.threestooges.com, and follow us at www.facebook.com/thethreestooges and www.twitter.com/thethreestooges. The Three Stooges® is a registered trademark of C3 Entertainment, Inc. The Three Stooges characters, names and all related indicia are trademarks of C3 Entertainment, Inc.
About American Mythology Productions American Mythology Productions (AM) is an intellectual property development firm that works in the areas of licensed, company-owned, co-owned and creator-owned comic books and other media. AM has working relationships with Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., C3 Entertainment Inc, MGM, Miramax, and other companies for titles including The Three Stooges, The Land That Time Forgot, The Pink Panther, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate Universe, Equilibrium, and others. http://www.americanmythology.net AmericanMytho@Twitter American Mythology/Facebook
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