The Terrible Triple Feature

TRIPLE FEATURE TUESDAY: WTF Movie Musicals Guest-Starring: SATAN! (NSFW)

(Explanation Video)

1. South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut (1999)

Bone No. 9 cover by Jeff Smith

Bone No. 9 cover by Jeff Smith

Epic Trunks vs. Piccolo Stop Motion

This is so, so good!

John Kahrs’ adorable Paperman short

This is just lovely.

smellslikebologna:
craigashforth:

Inspired by the latest episode of Community, a parody of the cover to the first appearance of Iron Man

craigashforth:

Inspired by the latest episode of Community, a parody of the cover to the first appearance of Iron Man

speedforceorg:

This is the intro for the Flash segments that ran during theSuperman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (1967-1968). Filmation produced three Flash cartoons in which the Flash and Kid Flash battled original evildoers including a giant mutated bug (The Chemo Creature, seen here), a mad scientist in a robot suit (Professor Crag), and an alien speedster (The Blue Bolt). Sadly, he didn’t actually “conquer the barriers of time and space” in any of the segments they produced.

Warner Bros. released all the non-Superman/Aquaman sequences on DVD a few years back, and I reviewed the set a couple of months after this blog went online.

Even setting aside the image quality, you can see that it’s a very different style from modern shows like Justice League Unlimited and Young Justice, or even Super-Friends.

Incidentally, one of the Green Lantern shorts is the one where Hal Jordan gets hit in the head by an angry bird.

If you’re interested in super-hero cartoon intros, you’re in for a treat. Fifteen blogs are getting together for Animated Anthem Day. Check out the rest of these superhero title sequences!

Thanks to Diabolu Frank for organizing the event and The Irredeemable Shag of Firestorm Fan for inviting Speed Force to participate.

Original Article

newyorker:

A 2008 Joe Dator cartoon. Have you ever had a question you’ve wanted to ask a New Yorker cartoonist? Joe is currently on The New Yorker Cartoons Facebook page answering questions about cartooning!

newyorker:

A 2008 Joe Dator cartoon. Have you ever had a question you’ve wanted to ask a New Yorker cartoonist? Joe is currently on The New Yorker Cartoons Facebook page answering questions about cartooning!

newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/AtMb5w

newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/AtMb5w

newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. Don’t forget to enter this week’s caption contest: http://nyr.kr/r46had

newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. Don’t forget to enter this week’s caption contest: http://nyr.kr/r46had

ianbrooks:

The Good, The Bad, and the Vicious by Timothy Lim/ninjaink

All designs available in shirt flavor at redbubble. You know the first rule of combat? Shoot them before they shoot you.

comicbookcovers:

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends #1, December 1981, John Romita Jr. and Al Milgrom

comicbookcovers:

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends #1, December 1981, John Romita Jr. and Al Milgrom

ianbrooks:

Adventure Time by David Ryan Paul

Artist: website / Blog
(via: xombiedirge)

ianbrooks:

Adventure Time by David Ryan Paul

Artist: website / Blog

(via: xombiedirge)