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    Doug Jones, Scott Perry, Adam Mock,

ISBN: 9781605422558

Mime Very Own Book

by: Doug Jones, Scott Perry, Adam Mock,

Model: Doug Jones
Photographer: Eric Curtis

Foreword mimed by Josh “Ponceman” Perry

Take a journey through the “mime’s eye” for a silent but humorous look at pop culture and our world in the unspoken words of a mime.

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A 2009 Fangoria Horror Hall of Fame inductee, he’s probably the most famous person you’ve never seen. After a twenty-three-year career under heavy makeup, but in such memorable roles as the goofy zombie Billy Butcherson in Hocus Pocus, Doug Jones was thrust to the forefront as the blue fish-man sidekick Abe Sapien in Hellboy. He took this kind of work to new heights with his award-nominated dual role as Pan and the Pale Man in the multi-Oscar-winning Pan’s Labyrinth. He also played the Silver Surfer in 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, and three roles, including his multi-award-nominated performance reprising Abe Sapien, in Hellboy II: The Golden Army. Critics have loved his TV guest work in the highly praised “Skin & Bones” episode of NBC’s Fear Itself, as the lead gentleman in Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s “Hush” episode, and in episodes of CSI and Criminal Minds. He has made several film appearances using his own flexible face, including the indie release of My Name Is Jerry. Look for more of Doug’s epic, costumed character work in Legion and the French biopic Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life.
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Scott Allen Perry is an actor, independent filmmaker, and writer who produced, wrote, and directed segments for all three seasons of FuelTV’s sketch comedy show Stupidface. He has directed and written episodes of the hit YouTube series Retarded Policeman, which has garnered over 100 million views, and he wrote and directed the comedic documentary The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat & Beers, which premiered on SpikeTV and IFCScott teamed up with Adam Mock and Eric Curtis for the hilarious Mime Very Own Book and Fallen Superheroes. ______________________________________________________________________ Awards and Nominations Mime Very Own Book 2012 IPPY Bronze Award Winner (Humor)
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Adam Mock was made in Thailand with American parts. He was born in the U.S. on Sept 29, 1972. From a young age he discovered his love for art in all it's wonderful forms. He loves to dissect it, analyze it, be moved by it, changed and rearranged by it, wrestle with it and be in awe of it. He believes art moves mountains, changes people and is the greatest gift of communication we've been given. His artwork work has appeared in many forms over the years, including numerous brochures, bumper stickers, greeting cards, t-shirts, corporate logos, websites, coloring books, tattoos, posters, and book covers. He is currently the President of Medallion Media Group and serves on the board of directors for Triple Threat Mentoring and Dawn Schiller's E.S.T.E.A.M. In Feb 2012 he co-authored "Mime Very Own Book" alongside Scott Allen Perry, starring actor Doug Jones, with photography by Eric Curtis. Adam once again paired with Scott Allen Perry to co-author Eric Curtis' visual allegory "Fallen Superheroes" which is due out in June 2012. He currently resides in Montgomery, IL with his wife Sara, their daughter Magpie, and son Gabriel. Awards and Nominations Mime Very Own Book 2012 IPPY Bronze Award Winner (Humor)
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2012 Bronze IPPY Award Winner for National
Category in Humor
        


Take a journey through the “mime’s eye” for a silent but humorous look at pop culture and our world in the unspoken words of a mime.

Mime Very Own Book will leave you speechless as mime Doug Jones, photographer Eric Curtis, and authors Scott Allen Perry and Adam C. Mock offer a hilarious visual smorgasbord of some of life’s most awkward moments. With mime parodied renditions of Michael Jackson’s Bad, The Beatles’ Abbey Road, Dirty Dancing, Armageddon 2012, and more, it’s an eclectic mix of pop culture, social commentary, and fairy tale favorites.

Reminiscent of the hit TV show Seinfeld, Mime Very Own Book is a poignant observation of humanity that still manages to be about nothing. The creators are convinced you’ll love this book as much as you hate mimes.

Words can’t describe the feeling you’ll have after experiencing Mime Very Own Book.

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ISBN: 9781605422558
Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2012
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“I found myself literally laughing out loud as I turned the pages and was left wanting to share the images instantly with others. . . . Looking for a fun time? Be sure to check out this book.” ~ Mike Gencarelli, Media Mikes

“Not the most vocal of groups, mimes have a truly unique art. Mime Very Own Book is a collection of full-color photographs of . . . a unique brand of humor using the style of the mime to present a fascinating breakdown of the performance art. A worthy choice for art lovers who don’t mind a bit of silence, Mime Very Own Book is very recommended.” ~ James A. Cox, Wisconsin Book Watch (March 2012)