Archive for the ‘Cartoons’ Category

One cat just leads to another…

June 17, 2007

I seem to be getting a lot of traffic from folks looking for lol cats.
Oh, well. Since I’m not doing much here lately, here’re some links for you accidental tourists. Enjoy!

The picture above is from Ape Lad’s Flickr set
The real origin of Laugh-Out-Loud Cats
I can has cheezburger?
LOL Cats, Volume 1
LOL Cats, Volume 2
Macro Cats
Rate My Kitten
Kitten War 
The Infinite Cat Project
LOL Cat Bible Translation Project 

“One cat just leads to another.” ~Ernest Hemingway

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The Nuclear Family

November 22, 2006

Virgil T. Crow's Little Suzie and Atomic Energy

Lil Suzie and Atomic Energy, an animated gem from Virgil T. Crow, explores the wonders of radiation.

Update: The Virgil T. Crow sites are nomo.  Sorry. You missed a gem.

Scenes from the Fallout Shelter Handbook (1962)
presented by the Ward-O-Matic.

The cold war classic, Duck and Cover
is available at The Internet Archive.

Update: Comic books, If an A-Bomb Falls and Power For Progress.

Interview with Ray J. Mauer, former Archer Productions, Inc. in-house writer, about Duck and Cover. Here’s something about the catchy tune. I was surprised to learn that Dave Lambert (Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross) had a hand in that.

Less amusing content follows.

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The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement Site

November 4, 2006

Among other things, I like Nina Paley’s art at VHMET’s website. If you scroll to the bottom of the main page, you can access some animated shorts in QuickTime movie format. There’re three static samples in the Biology and Breeding section.

VHEMT website

 

Q: What is the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement?

VHEMT (pronounced vehement) is a movement not an organization. It’s a movement advanced by people who care about life on planet Earth. We’re not just a bunch of misanthropes and anti-social, Malthusian misfits, taking morbid delight whenever disaster strikes humans. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Voluntary human extinction is the humanitarian alternative to human disasters.

We don’t carry on about how the human race has shown itself to be a greedy, amoral parasite on the once-healthy face of this planet. That type of negativity offers no solution to the inexorable horrors which human activity is causing.

Rather, The Movement presents an encouraging alternative to the callous exploitation and wholesale destruction of Earth’s ecology.

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Show me! Shoyu!

November 1, 2006

It’s intercondimental warfare!

What sauce to use?

St. Maneki Neko

November 1, 2006

From Michael Paulus’ on-line gallery:  Skeletal Systems.

City of Terror

October 31, 2006

Mark Beyer’s “City of Terror” trading cards, printed by Françoise Mouly and hand-assembled (with bubble gum acquired through Topps) for RAW Magazine, Issue 2.


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Fred Milton is still #1

October 30, 2006


There’s more Lynda Barry at Marlys Magazine,
and older work to see in the archive at Salon.com.
Groovy.

Rainy Day Fun for the Gently Disfunctional

October 28, 2006

The Nietzsche Family Circus

The Nietzsche Family Circus pairs a randomized Family Circus cartoon with a randomized Friedrich Nietzsche quote. From the labs at LosAnjealous.Com.

Some odd crap…

October 25, 2006

Strange crap
This truly bizarre video link

came from the truly delightful weblog,
Make Mine Mosaic.