Hahaha these are so good. Who isn’t creeped out by that part in ‘Grease’ or ‘Sixteen Candles’??
GENIUS: The purpose of this show is to instruct young viewers in two things: literacy, and delayed gratification.
SUIT #3: Why delayed gratification?
[The GENIUS waits a long time before she answers, and everyone agrees Carl walked right into that one]
from The Toast
I’m oddly comforted that the NFL doesn’t allow this technology to be used for advertising.
Wow. I wish I could freehand this beautifully.
Josh Worth’s graphic recreation of the solar system, to scale, with one pixel representing 3474.8 km (that’s 2159.14 mi). If you have the patience to scroll all the way to the gas giants, he has some interesting commentary about the inconceivability of enormous numbers and of the emptiness of space.
So Long, Egon.
To those who are asking, No, I don’t think the Ghostbusters would trap Egon and shove him in with all the other malicious ghosts. I think Egon would want to know what it’s like to be in the trap in the interests of science. The caption on this might as well be “No guys…. It’s fine! I’ll be fine. I’ll see you soon!”
I drew this as a tribute to Harold Ramis, or as I first came to know him, Egon Spengler. RIP, Harold. You will be missed.
I love these intros so much! I remember how excited I was to find that the illustrator had also done plates for a certain favorite children’s (although upon later reading, maybe not entirely appropriate for children) mystery book series…
Stephen Merchant, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and Jimmy Fallon. Amazing.