Sunday, April 27, 2008

Sunday morning toons: Special "deth-pic-able" edition

This week's p3 review is all about rejecting the bitterness and transcending the elitism--regardless of what those lumpenproletariate weenies in Pennsylvania say. Let's start with Daryl Cagle's round-up:

p3 Picks of the Week: Monty Woverton, Gary McCoy, J. D. Crowe, Bob Englehart, David Horsey, and Steve Breen.

The p3 Award for Outstanding Fine Arts Reference goes to John Sherffius.

The p3 Award for Outstanding Television Reference goes to Richard Crowson.

The p3 Award for Outstanding Film Reference goes to R. J. Matson, for turning the Hillary/Obama "Plain Folks" Olympics into a hat-tip to "Rabbit Fire," the first and best of three early-1950s Warner Bros. shorts that together (with "Rabbit Seasoning" and "Duck, Rabbit, Duck!") make up the classic, often imitated, and frequently censored "hunting trilogy."

Ann Telnaes watches Junior get small. (Lovely pinafore.)

Opus escapes from the national conversation, and not a moment too soon. (Salon Premium.)

No comments: