The Roseville Utility Exploration Center's Planet Protectors are three extraordinary kids - working together to solve mysteries and save our planet. You are invited to become part of the Planet Protector's club when you visit the Exploration Center as part of a school tour, First Friday Homeschool tour and during general visiting hours. Whether you're new to comic books or a longtime fan, you're going to want to get your hands on these limited edition Planet Protector books. Illustrated by Bernard Chang, a freelance artist and regular contributor at DC® and Marvel® Comics, these books are sure to become collector's editions.
MEET THE PLANET PROTECTORS Take a moment to get to know our Planet Protectors. Each of them stars as the lead character in our comic book series.
Brandon An investigative reporter for the school newspaper, loves snakes
Danica Class president, debate champion, loves science and in-line skating
Johnny Voted most popular, Planet Protector's Club President, skateboarder
UKI Mascot for the Utility Exploration Center, loves the environment
DOWNLOAD THE COMIC BOOKS (low resolution PDFs ~1MB) You can enjoy reading the Planet Protector comic books when you download them by clicking on the covers below. 1st-6th grade students can get their very own physical copies when they visit the Utility Exploration Center as part of a school tour or First Friday Homeschool Tour. Everyone that visits the Exploration Center is welcome to a free copy of the Visitor's Guide.
Ghost House Mystery Brandon rounds up the Planet Protectors to help him fend off a ghost living in his house, feeding on electricity and causing havoc - all while nobody's home!
Tale of Cruddy Creek When Danica loses her favorite baseball down the storm gutter, she calls upon the Planet Protectors to discover where all of that trash and water goes.
Wasteland Nightmare After narrowly avoiding an avalance of garbage, Johnny convinces the Planet Protectors to reduce the amount of trash they produce and resources consumed.
The Visitor's Guide The Planet Protector's family guide. Use this interactive guide to navigate the Exploration Center's exhibit hall and to solve environmental mysteries at home.
COMPLETE THE ACTIVITIES AND GET A FREE PRIZE Students and visitors that complete the energy, water and waste home audits can bring back their complete activity books and get a free prize. Each comic book has a prize that is associated with the theme of the comic book and the audit taken at home.
LED Crank Flashlight Complete the Ghost House Mystery activities and get a FREE LED crank flashlight.
Water Container Complete the Tale of Cruddy Creek activities and get a FREE reuseable water bottle.
Sandwich Holder Complete the Wasteland Nightmare activities and get a FREE Zero Waste sandwich container.
Jelly Bracelet Complete the Visitor's Guide activities and get a FREE Jelly Bracelet like the Planet Protectors.
About the Utility Exploration Center, the Planet Protectors and our Utility Partners The Roseville Utility Exploration Center is jointly funded and operated by Roseville Electric and the Environmental Utilities, departments of the City of Roseville. Supplying electricity, drinking water, recycled water, storm drain management, and water and solid waste services, these utilities provide Roseville's residents and businesses with reliable, affordable, safe and clean utility services. Learn more by visiting our utility partner websites at www.roseville.ca.us/electric (Roseville Electric) and www.roseville.ca.us/eu (Environmental Utilities).
See How the Planet Protectors Program Works Watch the video below to find out more about the award winning Planet Protectors program.
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