Someone’s mom is not going to be pleased.
This tale took place in my first year of drawing caricatures at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, IL, in the summer of 1985. Disclaimer: This was before I’d met my future wife, The Lovely Anna. This was only the second year that the company I worked with, Fasen Arts, had the concession at this […]
On October 16, 1923, Walt and Roy Disney set up a small animation studio in Los Angeles, California where they began creating a series of shorts where a live action little girl named Alice and an animated cat named Julius have adventures in an animated known as the Alice Comedies. Flash forward ninety years later [...]
Anthony Weiner reached new heights of non-influence. And then, kinda tapered off. Like the cicadas. Tim Tebow's ethereal connections got him just so far. Miley Cyrus woke TV viewers up, if briefly. Obama and Congress played a perfect two-act. Show More Summary
Well, actually actor Sam Claflin, who play’s Finnick in the new Hunger Games movie, “Catching Fire”, but I’m sure HG fans ( or “Tributes” as they are lamely trying to be know as) don’t care. This is a quick study.
Yet another exclusive sneak peek of one of MAD‘s 20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2013, this one courtesy of Elite Daily online.
Clicky to visit the full sized sneak peek… What?!? ANOTHER exclusive sneak peek at one of MAD‘s 20 Dumbest People, Things and Events of 2013??!? At this rate you won’t actually have to buy the issue at all! This is Dumb Thing #3, courtesy of the Huffington Post.
This week I did something I knew I would regret. I fell for an orchid. Ant Man’s favorite expression,”Ever desiring, ever desirous” sounds a little redundant, but he claims it’s from the Tao Te Ching. ( he uses it on me whenever … Continue reading ?
Clicky to see the full sized sneak peek at CraveOnline Yest another exclusive peek at one of MAD‘s “20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2103?, this one courtesy of CraveOnline. It’s a mashup of “The Big Bang Theory” and the NRA, written by Mike Morse and featuring some awesome caricatures by Sam Sisco.
In MAD #525 due out next week, but already available on the iPad in in comic book shops, I did the art on a parody of the TV show “The Following”, written by Arnie Kogen. The splash was already debuted as a web exclusive last week… here are a few panels for the rest of […]
For those of you educators who were fans of Tom Sito’s history blogs on the Animation Educators Website, rejoice! After a long hiatus, Tom is back on the job listing animation related events. From movie trivia to animation and world history, Tom’s blog is sure to entertain and educate! To view the blog, you can [...]
Hi Amy, I am a recent illustration graduate from the UK. I’m already using Twitter and Facebook to spread the word about my work, but I’m not quite seeing the results that I am hoping for. And I have to say that I’m feeling really stressed...Show More Summary
Here’s an interesting choice for an exclusive sneak peek at MAD #525- The Fundalini Pages- Courtesy of Man Cave Daily!
On news stands everywhere on Dec. 17th, in comic book shops this week, in some lucky subscriber’s mailboxes already and available digitally immediately via the MAD iPad app: MAD # 525 (February 2014) Cover (Mark Fredrickson) The Fundalini Pages (Jeff Kruse, Aton Emdin, Rick Tulka, Bob Eckstein, Matt Lassen, Justin Peterson, Kevin Pope, Teresa Burns […]
Q: What your experiences in mailing original artwork… you know good ol’ snail mail. Any carriers to avoid? Any horror stories? Advice? A: I’m pretty paranoid about mailing originals, so I have had very few issues with doing so. The most important thing is how you package it. Basically, you have to box it up […]
Visit PopMatters.com for the sneak peek It’s another exclusive look into MAD‘s “20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2013?, this one courtesy of Popmatters.com! Visit their website for a closer look at Dumb Thing #15: Obama’s backpedaling after his tough talk on if Syria starting trotting out chemical weapons, which of course they did. […]
This 2013 annual Animators Afternoon of Remembrance is currently scheduled for February 23, 2014 at 12:00 pm at the Animation Guild in North Hollywood. This is a traditional event where the whole animation community comes together to say goodbye to their friends who departed this past year. We honor everyone in animation from legends to [...]
This is a great video interview with syndicated comic strip “Baby Blues” creators Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott about the genesis of the strip. I’m fortunate to be able to call Rick a good friend. We have been on many USO tours together to places like Germany, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, and even drew together on […]
I had the opportunity a couple of weeks ago to do a little project for director J.J. Abrams. It was one of those things that pop up now and then, doing art for some unconventional purpose that will probably never be repeated. Here’s the story; J.J. is a big fan of MAD Magazine, and he […]
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