To whom it may concern
I would like Growing Up Creepie: Seasons 1 & 2, plus Volumes 2 & 3 to be released on DVD because, The show's messages are to be true to yourself, not to conform, and that being unique is OK. Older kids and young tweens who aren't frightened by the show's dark visuals and talk of bugs "draining the life from victims" will get a kick out of the bug family and appreciate Creepie's struggles to fit in with her peers. Within the show are real bug facts are mixed in among the characters' adventures. Parents too need to know that this animated show focuses on preteen social development from the perspective of a kid who feels and looks different than her peers (not surprising, since she's been raised by bugs). With its shades of purple and black and its sharp edges, the animation style is reminiscent of a Tim Burton film. When combined with dramatic music (including some specific tunes from horror films like Psycho), these visuals may frighten preschoolers and younger grade-schoolers. Still, we and a million other Growing up Creepie fans aren’t afraid of anything the show itself can dish out.
Growing up Creepie is also important for us, because families too can talk about the challenges of being the new kid in school and strategies for making friends. If kids are interested in entomology, parents can help them look up more information about the bugs on the show. This show has very positive because it deals with being yourself amongst your peers. Also, what makes the show Growing Up Creepie special is that it also contains real scientific information about bugs which are mixed in with the show's other content, but the animated insect characters also talk, crack jokes, and live as a loving family. This is a family friendly show that shouldn’t scare your kids at all and should teach them a valuable lesson about self-discovery.
If you are among the number of individuals that would like to have "Growing Up Creepie" released on DVD, please sign this petition. Moonscoop Group & Hasbro Studios (who originally owns the rights to the show) need to hear us, loud and clear.
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Mr. Jon Spinac
I would like the animated series “Growing Up Creepie”, Volumes 2 & 3 on DVD, Also “Growing Up Creepie”: Seasons 1 & 2 on DVD.
Having the animated series canceled on May 29, 2011 was a big mistake for The Hub (TV Channel), including me and millions of Creepie Fans worldwide, watching it. It was the best show on TV for the whole family to love.
The history, back in 2007, a DVD of Growing Up Creepie was released for Region 1 on August 28, 2007. The single disc volume is titled Creepie's Creatures Volume 1 and features seven episodes, mainly from the second season. Bonus features includes Creepie's Buggin' Trivia Game and an episode of Corwin Unleashed entitled "Creepy Creatures."
Currently it’s been 6 years too long of a wait for us Growing Up Creepie fans worldwide. Despite Growing Up Creepie Volume, 1: Creepie's Creatures being out on DVD already, That is not enough, we expect more from the very people who created Growing Up Creepie.
Despite Tutenstein & Kenny The Shark, being already out on DVD Volumes 1-3 out, back in 2007, disappointingly Discovery Kids could only release Growing Up Creepie Vol. 1: Creepie Creatures.
Growing Up Creepie is an animated television series made in the USA by Mike Young Productions, now owned by Moonscoop Group and produced by Discovery Kids, now integrated into a new channel called The Hub. Internationally, the series was simply titled Creepie. Alas the show ran from September 2006 to June 2008. Even when Discovery kids got turned into The Hub, Growing Up Creepie didn’t last very long. It was on The Hub: (October 18, 2010 – May 29, 2011), before it got canceled altogether.
I implore you now Moonscoop Group, & Hasbro Studios, please release Growing Up Creepie: Seasons 1& 2 on DVD, it’s well suited for all us kids, teens & adults, plus families alike. We all can learn all about not just bugs & insects, but also important social skills from this wonderful show.
Thank you for your time.
We hope to hear back from your companies and help make this a dream come true.
Mr. Jon Spinac