M. Rasheed is a permanent vendor at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds and popularly known for his Cartoon Portraits, which enable lucky patrons to pose with their favorite cartoon characters and caricatured celebrities on poster-sized keepsakes in the artist’s fun & friendly drawing style.
Highly prolific, M. Rasheed is the cartoonist behind the graphic novel series Monsters 101, and many fascinating web stories, which includes a YouTube channel featuring original Adobe Flash animated shorts.
He received his B.F.A. from the College of Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan and is proud to admit that he was one of the “Dogs of 1-D” from The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon & Graphic Art, Inc.
Born from pain and the manipulations of three horrible creatures and their dark plans, there comes a brand new monster who has a whole new way of dealing with the world... and nothing will ever be the same again!
The exciting conclusion to the first Monsters 101 storyline!
Cliff, the hall monitor and darling of the Tanglewood Middle School faculty is fed up with Willy Pugg terrorizing the halls of his beloved school. But can the golden-haired hero finally stop the rampages of the world's most dangerous bully when the Pugg has made the decision that he no longer wants to be human?
Torn between his new friendship with Katina and the life-threatening deal he made with the three murderous monsters, Willy Pugg finds himself going to his favorite nerd victim, Mort, for advice. Will the bully give up the only normal happiness he has ever known to become a creature of nightmare?
Unwittingly rescuing a young girl from a lesser bully, notorious bully Willy Pugg has gained his very first (and only) admirer. But with the three monsters impatiently waiting for him to fulfill his side of their hell-spawned bargain, will the Pugg's first victim be his first friend?
Captured by three, terrifying, child-devouring monsters, the school bully Willy Pugg knows fear for the first time. But will their proposal give the Pugg more power than he can possibly imagine, or will it drive him insane?
In Tanglewood Middle School, the notorious bully Willy Pugg goes about a typical day terrorizing his fellow students and stealing milk money to fund his chocolate bar jones. But what is this menacing, inhuman face that he keeps seeing out of the corner of his eye? Is it just the Pugg's imagination, or is something horribly wrong?