Simpsons Couch-Gag Proves Hand-Drawn Animation Is Alive And Well

Simpsons fans may remember a particular couch-gag from last month's episode, "Diggs," created by French animator Sylvain Chomet. It was a stylistically distinct, hand-drawn take on the gag and it made quite the splash. And now, the production company behind the short, Th1ng, has just released a "making-of" feature. » 4/13/14 6:02pm 4/13/14 6:02pm

What would Mr. Burns from The Simpsons look like in real life?

Bad news first. Robert Goodin's long-running Covered blog — which attracted comic book cover remakes from such luminaries as Steve Rude, Art Adams, and Matt Kindt — shuttered its digital doors today so that Goodin can pursue new projects. But one of the final remixes was artist Charles Guthrie's delightful and… » 9/28/12 4:15pm 9/28/12 4:15pm

On The Simpsons, Neil Gaiman was "the British Fonzie"

Or at least that's how Homer referred to the author on Sunday's episode of The Simpsons, "The Book Job." This was the 492nd installment of the long-running cartoon sitcom. And while the show hasn't been at the loopy zeniths of "Worker and Parasite" and Homer's vision of the ballet or Ned Flanders' apple cider lesson » 11/20/11 9:40pm 11/20/11 9:40pm