Showing posts with label Simpsons. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Simpsons. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Hank Steuver on The Simpsons new app

More 'Simpsons' than you can ever watch 

[in print as A 'Simpsons' app: Dreaming the impossible, July 23, p. C1, 5]

By Hank Stuever July 22 2014
FXX is launching "Simpsons World," a new way of getting on demand "Simpsons" content, in October. Credit: Fox

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

A flea market miscellany

Here's some of the oddball stuff I picked up last weekend:

Bull 195303 blotter

Bull of the Woods by J.R. Williams cartoon desk blotter / calendar from Vogt Roller Co, Chicago, IL in March 1953.

Bill Clinton Inauguration '93 superhero button

Bill Clinton superhero caricature on an Inauguration '93 button.

 Bart Simpson JHUHP button
 
A counterfeit Bart Simpson saying "I belong to The Johns Hopkins Health Plan. Why In The Hell Don't You!" on an advertising button.

Nutty Awards 4 postcard by Jack Davis

Nutty Awards #4 postcard by Jack Davis.  Topps produced 30 of these in 1965.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Friday, July 17, 2009

July 18: Simpsons at Postal Museum

The Post is reporting that the first 1000 visitors to the Postal Museum tomorrow will get a Simpsons First Day Cover. The Museum's near Union Station.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Post on Up, Times on Simpsons

Cannes opened for the first time with an animated movie - "Thanks to Pixar, a Cannes Launch Most Uplifting," By Ann Hornaday, Washington Post Staff Writer, Thursday, May 14, 2009.

And apparently the Simpsons channeled Ayn Rand - "Hot Button: Maggie goes Roark," By Amanda Carpenter, Washington Times Thursday, May 14, 2009.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Groening and Simpsons in the Onion

Groening and Simpsons are in the paper Onion, but the online versions are longer - see "In a way, they're all winners: 10 Simpsons episodes from the past 5 seasons that stand among the series' best." by Genevieve Koski, Kyle Ryan, and Steve Heisler, Onion AV Club March 23, 2009 and an excellent interview, "Matt Groening," by Kyle Ryan, Onion AV Club March 25, 2009.

In the Examiner, Comic Art Indigene was selected as the Best Gallery Show of the weekend.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

MacHomer featured in Express

See "Springfield Play: When 'Macbeth' meets 'The Simpsons,' it's lay on Duff Beer!," by Express contributor Dan Miller, Express October 9, 2008. If anyone gets to see this, I'd be interested in hearing about it.

The paper also had a wire-service story about bicyclist Lance Armstrong appearing on the children's animated show, Arthur which airs on PBS. Arthur is one of the better educational cartoons.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Oct 8-12: MacHomer at Woolly Mammoth


MacHomer, the one man show by Rick Miller that smashes together Shakespeare and the Simpsons will be in Washington on Oct 8-12, at Woolly Mammoth. A review by Nick Green is in the Washington City Paper October 1, 2008.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Comics in the World photographs - Rehoboth Beach, Deleware

I've got a folder on my harddrive labeled "Comics in the World" where I've shot pics of comics-related items in the wider world. Here's a selection from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

beach 2008 012
Louie's Pizza interpreted a Mad magazine cover from June 1976 for decoration.

HPIM0209 Disney Cheshire Cat car
HPIM0210 Disney Cheshire Cat car
Disney's Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland on a car hood.

HPIM0218 Seuss in Rehoboth
Dr. Seuss prints on sale in a gallery. Supposedly signed, they weren't. I'm sure these were printed after his death.


HPIM0232 Simsons pinball
HPIM0233 Simpsons pinball
HPIM0234 Simpsons pinball
Simpson's Kooky Carnival pinball game.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Wash Post on Simpsons

One great thing about the Post, and sadly few other American newspapers, is that they're still staffing foreign bureaus. Yesterday they ran their own original reporting on the Simpsons evolving foreign policy crisis - "D'oh! 'Simpsons' Again Angers South Americans," By Monte Reel, Washington Post Foreign Service, Thursday, April 17, 2008; A18.

Later in the day, they ran this wire service report on their website -
"`The Simpsons' return on Venezuela television," The Associated Press, Thursday, April 17, 2008.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Metalocalypse in Express, Homer Simpson in Post

An extended version of Christopher Porter's interview with animation writer Brendon Small "Brutally Hilarious: 'Metalocalypse' is a double-devil-horns delight on Adult Swim," Express (November 26): 20, is online as "Brutally Funny: 'Metalocalypse'"

Also, in yesterday's paper, Christopher Healy reviews YouTube parodies of Homer Simpson wrestling matches in "Taekwond'oh!," Washington Post Sunday, November 25, 2007; Page N04.

Danny Helman seems to have gotten a gig illustrating The Three Wise Guys column for the Post's Source section on Sunday - he's been in there for two consecutive weeks. The Post doesn't seem to have bought online repro rights though.