Mike & Jonathan Sundy – Indie Brothers
Mike Sundy writes children’s books and screenplays in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and previously worked at Pixar Animation Studios. He enjoys being silly with his wife and three daughters.
Jonathan Sundy is a freelance character designer, illustrator and author. He attended Notre Dame and was the Design Director at Metaphase Design Group before moving to Oregon to focus on creating silly things.
Pancho Bandito Series: Pancho Bandito is a giant kid cowboy whose adventures are chronicled in this three-book series.
Pancho Bandito and the Amarillo Armadillo Book 1: Two titans battle for the fate of a Texas town.
Pancho Bandito and the Avocado Desperadoes Book 2: Action. Adventure. Guacamole.
Pancho Bandito and the Sugarcane Hurricane Book 3: A speeding train and mysterious secrets.
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