Thursday, April 16, 2009

He-Man and the Masters of the Bottle Blonds

He-Man has the worst hero hair. And that automatically makes him the worst hero.

Do you hear me, He-Man? I want you to know that it's not okay that you did that. Children watch your show.

Not. Okay.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tax Day Tea Party!

There's going to be one of those "Tea Parties" in my town on Tax Day, and my friend Andy says I should attend it. But I don't think I want to, even though I totally got hosed on taxes this year. It's not that I don't care about huge bailouts for scoundrels while innocent people watch their savings vanish. It's just that I never believed in humanity's future, so what's the point in trying to make a difference?

But maybe I'll go anyway, because there is still one thing I do believe in:

The new season of Deadliest Catch starts today. It's pretty much the greatest show ever. In fact, it's the only show I ever want to watch. Sometimes I watch other shows just to get furious that those shows are not "Deadliest Catch." I don't want to watch "Lost," or "The Office," or "24," or "Heroes," or "30 Rock," or "American Idol." I want to watch "Deadliest Catch" and nothing else, and maybe it's time to take to the streets to spread the message.

And if you don't like "Deadliest Catch," I hate you forever.

Monday, April 13, 2009

The Singing Cowboy

No caption for this one. It's just a singing cowboy.

I didn't originally intend to have him sitting backwards on the horse. I just drew him too close to the edge of the paper so there was no room on the left side to fit in the horse's head.

Speaking of the horse's head, is it wrong that I drew it about as long as the top of the cowboy's head to the bottom of his torso?

And while I'm at it, I might as well point out that I accidentally drew this cowboy is playing guitar with his gloves on.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

General Lee Makes an Inappropriate Remark

Here's Pickett's rejoinder.

Is this a mean cartoon? Now that I look at it, I think it might seem a little like I'm kicking General Pickett when he's down. But I like General Pickett, I really do.

Over the weekend, I watched the scenes of Pickett's Charge from the movie Gettysburg (someone posted the whole sequence, from Longstreet's planning it to the aftermath on YouTube), and I have to admit, I still get something in my eye when General Pickett is frantically asking what's happening to his boys. It's a pretty good movie. A little long, and not exactly fast-paced, but still, a pretty good movie.

I wish I could say the same for the sequel, "Gods and Generals." I wanted to like it, but, come on. If it isn't self-indulgence for a director to bring a Civil War movie to a screeching halt just to watch Jeff Daniels reciting the poetry of Richard Lovelace, then I don't know what self-indulgence is.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Miyamoto Musashi

I don't know much about Miyamoto Musashi except that he was a real master swordsman who lived during the seventeenth century. He was capable of feats with a sword that few others could even attempt.

And in my mind the only one worthy of weilding the impossible samurai silly sword.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Star Wars Fan Art!

Here's a picture I drew of Anakin Skywalker as played by Hayden Christensen

This is pretty much what I saw during every scene of Revenge of the Sith where Hayden Christensen was on the screen.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

More Vercingetorix

I can't stop drawing Vercingetorix. Here he is teamed up with Batman*:

I bet if Batman had been fighting with the besieged in Alesia, Vercingetorix never would have had to surrender to Julius Caesar. And that would have changed the course of history!

* Names and likenesses of all persons, real and fictional, are used in a purely satirical manner.