Boulet has fast become my favourite comic artist. His work is beautifully rendered and, in too many cases, easy to identify with. This particular one, on the doorstep of my 37th birthday, especially so. The Bouletcorp » De Profundis.
Category Archives: Cartoons
A friend mentioned she was relaxing on Pismo Beach, so of course I recited pretty much this entire cartoon on her Facebook page. (I feel justified, after all, “Heyyyy… Since when is Pismo Beach inside a CAVE?!” is far too good a line to pass up when the circumstances allow it.) via Bugs Bunny – […]
http://www.catandgirl.com/ This comic gets a lot of play on the ‘net, but I have to say I don’t understand why. Smug about its own hilarity, despite the fact that it has never once made me laugh.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGE8wVTvHF0 The classic-est of classic Looney Tunes: Often imitated (often-er by current-era Warner Brothers), never equalled.
http://www.ajc.com/opinion/content/shared-blogs/ajc/luckovich/ Incompetence is my favourite Horseman.
http://www.nearingzero.net/sbunch5.html Most of these don’t even inspire a smile, but the molecule cartoons are terrific.
http://xkcd.com/date/ Geeky computer guy solicits ideas for things to do on his date. The user-submitted ideas range from lame to interesting (I can vouch for “climb a hill under moonlight” and “read to each other”), but my “great-ideas” tag applies specifically to the following suggestion: have your hyperdrive fail and be forced to make repairs […]
http://www.slate.com/id/2102299 And from the opposite end of the spectrum, an examination of the hollow sham/commercial juggernaut that is Garfield. Davis makes no attempt to conceal the crass commercial motivations behind his creation of Garfield. Davis has the soul of an adman – his first job after dropping out of Ball State, where he majored in […]