Our Pilot Episode is Live! - Prologue I by mark cruz

Guys, it's FINALLY HERE! Watch it now in HD on our YouTube channel!

Just wanted to quickly thank all our family friends and fans for the support! You guys are the driving force behind the late nights and early morning production sessions.  

A special thank you goes to the skeleton crew that worked so hard to put this all together! Greg, your illustrations in the opening are the best hook anyone could ask for! Jessica, your music IS THE VOICE of Yehey. Lastly thank you to Noelle, for being an amazing co-creator, writer, and wife. You are the biggest inspiration for the world of Yehey..

Yehey Opening Monologue and Theme by mark cruz

Here's a preview of what's headed towards your faces! It's a real feast for the eyeballs and earholes with music by, LA based composer, Jessica Rae Huber; and illustrations by, native Chicagoan, Greg Wilson. Enjoy! And keep an eye out for our first official episode releasing very very soon!

Post Office | Holmesville by mark cruz

Production illustration of Holmesville post office

Production illustration of Holmesville post office

In every town, small or large, there is always a post office, because people need their mail! So we present to you, the Holmesville Post Office. It's conveniently located in the northeast part of town, near Hobak’s Volleyball Factory. We kept the exterior humble to conceal a well kept vintage interior.

The interior of the post office boasts with walls of mailboxes modeled after early 19th century post office door banks. Those golden beauties are meticulously polished with pride by the small post office staff.  Speaking of the staff, Markus is one of the three delivery men and was originally hired on as a favor to Lolo (Markus’ grandfather). He’s proven himself to be the fastest delivery man in town, but unfortunately gets easily turned around; causing delivery delays and somewhat disgruntled citizens.

Mr. Shim is an old friend of Lolo's, and the post office manager.  He's a kind yet stern boss, and expects all of his employees to be prompt, professional, and above all else for deliver the mail ON TIME. Unfortunately, Markus is sometimes unable to meet this requirement, much to the chagrin of Mr. Shim, but he keeps Markus on staff out of respect to Lolo.