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Tag Archives: 1977
I’ve written before about the Wonderfully Weird Channels of the Roku and how the little device is a gift of modern technology for which I have always been thankful. Well, now I am afraid to report to you that I … Continue reading
Ma, it says right here that they’ll send ya ‘ONE PREGNANT MALE who will give birth to as many as 25 babies!’ How can that be, Ma? How can that be?
The Finger Factory? Was it a cottage industry or was there a brick and mortar building where workers punched a time clock to crank out life-like severed fingers?
Am I the only one getting a Ted Bundy vibe from the fellow featured in this ad?
More from the late, great Larry Evans’ fabulous how-to book for kids from 1977.
Last week I wrote a post about the how-to-do-it book I got back in 1977 that has probably had the most influence over my illustration work. These visual ideas still rattle around my brain and often end up emerging from … Continue reading
Yeah, Star Wars came out on this date 34 years ago, but something more important to me personally came out the same year. How to Draw Monsters by Larry Evans came out in 1977. It is a how-to-do-it book, but … Continue reading