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chalkboard drawings: the “live from new york” edition

Posted in chalkboard drawings, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 18, 2012 by Christopher Pearce

Spurred on by all this talk of The Coneheads, I decided to make this week Saturday Night Live themed. SNL was a driving force ┬áduring my teen years and even when the show is at its’ weakest, I love it to bits.

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thrift store finds: snl’s coneheads addendum

Posted in thrift store finds with tags , , , , , , on March 10, 2012 by Christopher Pearce

In last week’s TSF, I wrote about my enjoyment of a random issue of a Coneheads mini-series Marvel Comics published in the mid 1990’s. I tweeted about it to the book’s penciller, MAD Magazine‘s Tom Richmond.

Well, Mr. Richmond kept his word and posted a blog about his work on the book!

I was very interested to read about the contributions of inker Marie Severin to the overall look of the book, and Tom’s perspective on where he was as an artist during the book. It’s good reading and you should check it out.

Plus, Tom refers to me as a “cartoonist” in the post which is patently untrue, but absolutely made my Friday regardless. Thanks Tom!

thrift store finds: saturday night live’s coneheads #3

Posted in thrift store finds with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 3, 2012 by Christopher Pearce

Today we’re looking at Coneheads #3, written by Terry Collins with art from Tom Richmond and Marie Severin. Coneheads was published by Marvel Comics in 1994; original cover price was $1.75, I happily paid a quarter for this beauty.

Great Renior parody, right?

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chalkboard photo post #18

Posted in chalkboard drawings with tags , , , , , , on January 23, 2011 by Christopher Pearce

This was a very strange week. First of all, with the MLK Jr. weekend, we had Monday off… and I accidentally overslept on Tuesday. I didn’t miss any class, but I lost out on the prep time I enjoy before the school day officially begins, so I quickly threw this one together:

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