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New Yorker cartoon by Farley Katz (12/12/11)

  • Future CEO


  • Love it.

  • Chris Sobieniak

    I suppose it works, but I feel like it’s beating a dead horse as usual.

    • Good call comparing anime to a dead horse.

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  • joe

    it’s not funny and the drawings are horrible

    • amid

      You just described every single New Yorker cartoon published in the past 20 years.

      • Chris Sobieniak

        Glad to know I’m not the only one!

        Funny though looking back at this I do recall someone in my house with this addiction anyway. Her whole bedroom is filled with clippings of guys from shows I never watch at all (since I’m more into classics).

      • Chris

        Ghibli films ARE classics.

  • Billy Batz

    should have been spongebob squarepants, he looks like he’s on something.

  • Iritscen

    Seriously, though, that is just about the worst comic art I’ve ever seen, including web comics. Is this some kind of post-modern satirical style of drawing that I’m not familiar with?

  • Kate

    ugh, I can’t believe people and companies actually pay real money for these horrible and out-dated ‘comics’