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Booksy Bear - Pilot

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By Advait Dantuluri
Animation,Comedy,Family

A kid's cartoon about a sardonic bear living in a crazy world

Approved
Winner
Draft #2
Nominee
Draft #1
Peer Rating: 87%
Industry Rating: N/A
Draft 2: 87%
Draft 1: 30%
1 Reviews | 23 pages | 4 months ago | Draft 2

Summary

The sardonic Booksy Bear tries to hide from the world around him, but he relents when he sees a human kidnapping a kind chipmunk.

Industry Reviews

Peer Reviews

I'd definitely watch this show faithfully. Some would argue that dark and cynical characters have no place in children television, however, I'd strongly disagree. There truly are kids who do think similarly to Booksy Bear (though maybe not in big words like "society", etc) that are seeking relatable characters and solutions to the social problems they face. Most currently produced cartoons, each dumber than the last, can not provide that. Booksy...

4 months ago | read more...
I'm not entirely certain about your audience here. It seems quite cartoony and kid-friendly at times, while at others, there is content that is more mature. Is a grumpy bear without too many great jokes really going to be compelling for kids? And some of the more violent bits (I mean Randy talking about dissecting the chipmunk, etc.) all that appropriate?

There is something off about the structure too and the time you devote to the different p...

7 months ago | read more...
Peter Minnig Top Reviewer
I was very excited to read this teleplay. The concept was intriguing and different, but the execution, specifically your dialogue, fell short. I think this idea could be a children's television show or an adult cartoon. The vibe throughout the characters were a mix of the both that makes the reader a bit confused on what exactly we should be laughing at. You had some good jokes at the beginning, but the scenes in which Randy was introduced felt e...

7 months ago | read more...
Claire B Top Reviewer

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