“So think about this and ask yourself: What do you want to do with your time? If given long periods of it, uninterrupted, how would you choose to use it? Do you value the new car above the possibility of writing a novel? Do you want the life that the banker’s 6-figure income can provide, or the life of the painter who strives to create something of his/her own making? Sure, you might say that there can exist a balance of commercial success and creative freedom — and I agree, there can. But what I’m saying is that this kind of success is so rare that to bank on it is just plain dumb. So it’s up to you, as the creator, to choose early on what you can be happy with — money with little creative freedom, or less money and more creative freedom?” -- Rina Piccolo
Buzz Dixon wrote a big hunk of your childhood, from Thundarr to Tiny Toons, G.I. Joe to Jem, Transformers to My Little Pony, Batman to Chip & Dale -- and he ain’t done yet!