Before Elon Musk, before Peter Thiel, there was Scorpio. Twenty years after his sole appearance on an iconic episode of 'The Simpsons,' his creators remember one of pop culture's most memorable evil geniuses.
Granted, for most of you this won't be very interesting - but if you like fooling around with HTML and style, you'll be impressed with this collection of animated Simpsons portraits that were hand-styled in CSS. Not as efficient as SVG, natch, but very cool nonetheless.
Monday, Jun 27th 2016 (12:04am) | Thanks: ryan
You're really a Simpsons fan. You don't think another mass produced computer modification of your uploaded image is sufficient. No, you want a professionally hand-drawn image of your likeness in Springfield. One, two, three, or more of you can pose for the artwork.
Saturday, Apr 9th 2016 (12:00am)
The 2016 presidential campaign has been a cartoon circus - so "The Simpsons" ran with it.
The Fox animated series showed a horrific dream sequence of the Republican and Democratic candidates beating each other senseless in "The Debateful Eight" video released over the weekend.
It hurts to laugh at it, because the producers basically animated the antics we've already seen on the campaign trail.
Wednesday, Feb 24th 2016 (12:00am)
Well, this is new - even for Springfield. After 27 seasons, Homer Simpson will appear "live" during a May episode of Fox's "The Simpsons." The final three minutes of the May 15 show will use motion capture technology to animate actor Dan Castellaneta - the voice of Homer whom Jean called "a great improviser" - in real-time.
Formed last month, the Phoenix-based group were unearthed by Adelaide street press Rip It Up and pretty much embody everything you could possibly want from a band dedicated to all things Flanderino. They dress like Ned. They talk like Ned. And they are all called - you guessed it - Ned.
Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon designed an opening sequence for The Simpsons that puts Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa,and Maggie into a retro video game world. All the basic elements are there, plus a trippy long scroll sequence and the appropriate chiptune music with video game accents by Jeremy Dower. It's billed as a "tribute" to The Simpsons, but Fox should snap this up for a real couch gag, donít you think?
Austin artist Tim Doyle has done up a series of dark and dismal illustrations of Springfield called Unreal Estate. You can check out some of his other works (including some nods to Futurama and King of the Hill) over at the SpokeArt shop.
Originally aired on April 14, 1996.
Principal Skinner has invited Superintendent Chalmers to his house for dinner, but his roast burns and he resorts to ordering fast food from Krusty Burger and disguise it as his own cooking.
Friday, Jul 26th 2013 (3:30am)
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