In this recent appearance on The Pulse! I had the opportunity to talk about my soon to be published book What if Godzilla Just Wanted a Hug?, my passion for starting the Culver City Cartoon College and my offer to perform, The Basement as a benefit for local organizations.
Darrell Fusaro quit art school and joined the U.S. Coast Guard because his fear of looking bad in art classes was greater than risking his life in the Bering Sea. However, this bad decision did lead to greater things. In 1990 he became one of only a few Coastguardsmen to ever receive an Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service—just one example of Fusaro's many blunders that brought remarkable good fortune.
The book "What If Godzilla Just Wanted a Hug?" is a concise compilation of Fusaro's experiences that prove love, forgiveness, and faith make you magnetic to your heart's desire. What's unique about this book is simply just reading any one of the chapter titles triggers an optimistic perspective. Such as; "Anything worth doing is worth doing badly," and "It's not what you think of me that makes me upset, it's what I think you think of me that makes me upset."
Darrell Fusaro is frequently described as a renaissance man, albeit a wayward one. His creative adventures include his role as producer of the Emmy® nominated news program Local Edition, special effects stunt coordinator on the major motion picture Con Air starring Nicolas Cage, and a respected painter who has exhibited with Andy Warhol. Fusaro's most recent cartoons and articles are published in The Culver City News and on-line at www.i-Italy.org
All the fun without the struggle.