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The Dozerfleet 1990s Project Catalog is a portion of the Dozerfleet Complete Project Catalog which documents the years 1990-1999 in Dozerfleet Productions' project history.

Significance of the Nineties

The early 90s, 1993 to be more precise, are where it all began. The idea to take and actually keep a collection was rendered official a year later, on October 10th of 1994. It was from that day forward that what would later become known as Dozerfleet first sprouted. The 90s hallmark some very critical baby steps in the development of Dozerfleet Productions:

  1. The Nineties were the absolute most formative years of all.
  2. First idea for a fanfic/TV show was Annihilators Aerodynamic. It was followed up a very short time later by Super Knights, Pentagon's Bots, and other lesser-known ideas. The desire to make a show, and these avenues carried out with typical children's toys, were merely an outlet for a desire that actually began around 1986-1987, inspired by watching a VHS of The Empire Strikes Back. The video division eventually born of this desire was later known as Dozerfleet Studios.
  3. This era is the only decade in which Dozerfleet was never called by its current name. It swapped several identities prior to receiving its current name in May of 2006.
  4. Few works in this era were original; nearly everything being a parody or homage or fanfic of something else.
  5. Defenders of Stick-Man Village became the first comic strip, consisting mostly of character sheets. It became the foundation of what is now called Dozerfleet Comics.
  6. The era stretches from the time the Dozerfleet founder left kindergarten to the fall of his sophomore year in high school. During this era, the family moved twice.
  7. Yo-Splaz! proved to be an early venture into journalism, of the sort that would later lead to the creation of The Dozerfleet Blog.
  8. Some very early attempts at writing literature that didn't fit into the mold of the "Comics" imprint would lead to the eventual creation of Dozerfleet Literature.
  9. The idea to write song parodies first yielded its crop with "Doughboy Rock" and "Livin' It Like a Loco," which would later be renamed "Doughboy" and "Livin' It Like al-Queada." Both of these parodies, written in 1999, became foundational to Dozerfleet Records and Every Ape and His Brother.

Catalog itself

Way Early

WAY EARLY
1993
Project Name Main # Division # Client Status Project Type
Annihilators Aerodynamic WE-1993-000 ST000 Way Early TV Destroyed TV series premise/fanfic
Super Knights WE-1993-001 ST001 Way Early TV Destroyed TV series premise/brickfilm
Pentagon's Bots WE-1993-002 ST002 Way Early TV Destroyed TV series premise/brickfilm
Defenders of Stick-Man Village WE-1993-003 CM000 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
President 42 Horror WE-1993-004 CM001 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
The 2-Headed Turtle WE-1993-005 CM002 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
1994
The Cool Adventures of Puck-Man WE-1994-000 CM003 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
Alien School WE-1994-001 CM004 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
Cavemen at School WE-1994-002 CM005 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
The Airhead Beast Attacks WE-1994-003 CM006 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
1995
The Meaner, Nastier Puck-Man WE-1995-000 CM007 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
The Furthered Adventures of Golf-Man WE-1995-001 CM008 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
The Golden Toad WE-1995-002 LT000 Way Early Literature Destroyed Short story
The Penguins WE-1995-003 CM009 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
Spitter-Man WE-1995-004 CM010 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip
Attack of the Pontiac Poachers WE-1995-005 LT001 Way Early Literature Destroyed Short story / skit
1996
Foamsuds WE-1996-000 ST003 Way Early TV Destroyed TV show premise
Mania! / Little Baby WE-1996-001 ST004 Way Early TV Destroyed TV show premise
Moo WE-1996-002 LT002 Way Early Literature Destroyed Comic strip
Purple Goose WE-1996-003 CM011 Way Early Comics Destroyed Comic strip

Flamingo Entertainment

Flamingo Entertainment
1996
Project Name Main # Division # Client Status Project Type
Deranged Cowboys and Indians FL-1996-004 CM012 Flamingo Comics Destroyed Comic strip
1997
2 Old Men and a Frog FL-1997-000 CM013 Flamingo Comics Destroyed Comic strip
The Pelican Buds FL-1997-001 CM014 Flamingo Comics Destroyed Comic strip
Eeckee the Rat FL-1997-002 CM015 Flamingo Comics Destroyed Comic strip

Cormorant Entertainment

Cormorant-2002
1998
Project Name Main # Division # Client Status Project Type
Mechanical Conflict CE-1998-000 CM016 Cormorant Comics Destroyed Comic strip
Rainbow Jockeys CE-1998-001 CM017 Cormorant Comics Destroyed Comic strip
1999
Yo-Splaz! CE-1999-000 LT003 Carly Ojala Discontinued Newsletter
Livin' It Like al-Queada DZ-1999-001 RC000 Every Ape and His Brother Completed Parody song

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