Just about everyone in Sam Taylor's hyperactive cartoon grotesqueries is drunk: three-eyed Woody Woodpecker, Doctor Manhattan and hard-partying octopodes. Hell, even his anthropomorphic drugs are drunk. His bug-eyed, brightly colored style is a neat match for the characters from The Simpsons, whom he makes just a little sadder and more twisted than usual.
While The Simpsons remains an entertaining and endearing cultural touchstone, after almost 25 years on TV, even the most die-hard fans would have trouble claiming that the show is in its prime. The artists at The Simpsons Drawing Club, however, remind fans why they'll never stop loving the s
March comes in like a lion and out like...a dire wolf? April means we finally get a new season of HBO's Game of Thrones, with the next chapter in the war for the Iron Throne. While the rest of us have been waiting out the long winter, fan artists have been busy illustrating this clash of kings, but not with the Starks and Lannisters you might expect. Instead
With the Hunger Games getting its big-screen debut, it's high time that Katniss and her crew received a trip through the Simpsonizer to see how they would look in Matt Groening yellow. NextMovie was happy to oblige, drawing up four-fingered portraits of t
This very well may be the only thing you remember from "The Simpsons" movie, and that's ok, because it was probably the best part. And now Spider-Pig, whom you may remember from doing whatever a Spider-Pig does, is back on a new t-shirt from Teefury. And much like the film, the t-shirt would seem to indica
Sure, the show may have fallen off in the latter end of its 20 years on the air, but as someone who has been watching it virtually my entire life, I cannot deny that I love "The Simpsons." Chances are so do you, and your friends, and probably even your mom. Yes, ev
-- Action + Adorable = Lady Lindsay's tiny knitted superhero creations. Check out these delightful amigurumi Deadpools, Spider-Men, Wolverines and more.
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