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Ian's Not So Boring Life
|Ian's Not So Boring Life|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Creator(s)|| Jhonen Vasquez|
Mark Ortis Schwartzenburg
|Starring|| Ian McCormick|
Richard Steven Horvitz
Rosearik Rikki Simons
Ian James Corlett
|Country of origin||United Sates|
|Original network/channel||UPN (2003-2007), Comedy Central (2007-2010)|
|Origional run|| March 2003-|
|No. of episodes||140|
This is an uncreatively and thoughtlessly made out article created by a person who is typing it straight from an insane asylum with the intentions that you believe it so he can laugh at your stupidity. Typing it all out with a pencil clenched in his teeth, making you think that Zim has been revived. Because you are all stupid! Take caution as your eyes may just blow out from the idiocy!
Ian's Not So Boring Life is an Emmy award winning Television Series created by Jhonen Vasquez as a Spin-off of Invader Zim that Revolves around an Irken Invader known as Ian being sent to Earth by The Tallests to destroy The Earth. Ian needs infiltrate info from These Earth Monkeys in order to destroy all Human life however Zim stiffles his mission. The show was the inspiration of Grizdar which was Jhonen's other series. The show had run on UPN from 2003-2007 and was soon moved to Comedy Central for the rest of its run and also Aired on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.
Jhonen left the series in 2009 to continue his other series Grizdar (which was a spin-off) and the animation was soon done by the voice of Ian, Ian McCormick. Originally the episodes were only to be aired on the INSBL Website. He ended the series after Series 8.
After the Series ended in 2013 the series was later resurfaced as a low Budgeted Children series called Brianne in which the Main Character Ian was rendered Female and was merged with the Children Series TUGS (Created by the Producers of Thomas the Tank Engine) which was also changed massivley. Because of this Ian McCormick continued the series on the Internet in 2015 called Ian's Not so Boring Life: The Alleged Series.