Winner of the 2013 Herblock award; 2015 Society of Illustrators Silver Medal recipient; 2015 first place AAN award for cartooning; 2015 Pulitzer finalist.

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Spring cleaning

Been cleaning out my flatfiles, and decided to offer a few of my personal stash of posters from Pearl Jam’s four night run at the Spectrum in 2009. These are are a set of four silk screened posters, signed and numbered. All four posters in each set have the same number, i.e. 5/100). These are low numbered sets, 5/100 through 9/100. You can see a larger image of them here (watermarks not on actual posters, of course).

Update: all sold out. That’s it for the Philly posters for now (and that’s it for the low-numbered sets forever, at least from me). But I am going to put some other odds and ends up on ebay soon, including some PJ related rarities, so be sure to check back. (And many thanks to the buyers!)

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 6:10 PM | link
Speaking of the 1970s

This is just about the most awesome thing ever — a trailer for a 1936 version of Logan’s Run (via Mike Lynch).

… adding, because there was some confusion, yes, I understand this is not a real movie trailer.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 1:35 PM | link
A forgotten corner of comic strip history

Awhile back at a tag sale, I picked up a strange artifact of a bygone era — a collection of Woody Allen newspaper comic strips from 1978. Who knew that Woody Allen had a newspaper comic? I’m somewhat baffled as to where it might have run (as you probably will be after you see a couple samples), but according to the afterword, the strip was “syndicated in newspapers throughout the United States,” as well as in sixty foreign countries. The nineteen-seventies, go figure.

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posted by Tom Tomorrow at 1:15 PM | link
Reader feedback

Well, this made my day:

… adding, there are still some signed copies in stock at the store.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 9:49 AM | link
Latest boner from Romney campaign

Oops:

Ann Romney’s remarks came during an interview with Baltimore radio station WBAL, during which the host asked her, “And one of the things, Ann Romney, that folks talk about with your husband, Mitt Romney, and I’ve seen him in casual conversation-He comes off very smooth and okay. But sometimes he comes off stiff. Do you have to fight back some criticism, like ‘My husband isn’t stiff, OK?’”
Laughing, Ann Romney responded, “Well, you know, I guess we better unzip him and let the real Mitt Romney out because he is not!”

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 8:31 AM | link
Catching up

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March 21, 2012
The asteroid

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Also: newest cartoon here.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 12:58 PM | link
A bit of good news

The Santa Barbara Independent dropped TMW for the usual budget reasons not too long ago. I never even got around to mentioning it here, but reader response in the area was apparently both immediate and vocal, and I’m happy to say the cartoon returns to the paper after a mere two week hiatus. Many thanks to the editors there, and of course overwhleming thanks to the readers who spoke up and made a difference. Don’t let anyone tell you that sort of thing doesn’t matter. Just because something doesn’t work every time, doesn’t mean it never works.

Closer to home (for me), the Advocate papers could still use some nudging.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 2:35 PM | link

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