Liz Climo is one of those gifted artists that wear their passion on their sleeves. During the day, she works as a storyboad revisionist for the longest running US TV series, The Simpsons. After work, she continues animating, but this time it’s about different talking animals and dinosaurs in funny and comical situations inspired by her daily life.
This is a great little cartoon that features Daffy Duck having heavy metal illusions of grandeur. If you’re a fan of the bombastic fantasy metal of the late 70s and early 80s (think Uriah Heep, Dio, Pentagram, etc.), you’ll probably find this amusing.
I’m an eighties kid, so naturally I’m going to relate to Caldwell Tanner’s envelope-pushing work which imaginatively illustrates how our favourite ‘toons would cope as undergrads. According to Tanner, the TMNT would be obese, pizza-devouring dormitory slobs, while Bart Simpson sold illicit substances to his fellow peers. You got that right!
Our friends over at College Humor have answered the long pondered question: If the good Doctor really was a quack, how would he diagnose. And the answer? Read on my friends, my friends, my friends indeed.
Sometimes the truth is more bizarre than fantasy. Well, in Caldwell Tanner’s imagination anyway. Read the panel below to find the answer to the greatest mystery since Harold Holt took a swim and never came back.
Oh, it’s really that simple? Great. All that talk about Mars and Venus? It’s rubbish. This, my friends, is the answer to life’s real conundrum and the Birds and the Bees will never quite sound the same again.