Tuesday, August 21, 2007

More Reasons To Love Marc and Steve

Hey cartoon fans, look who makes Milt's suits!

Marc has dug up super rare Milt Gross comics from the 20s and 30s and generously loaned them to Asifa where the monolithic Steven Worth is scanning them all and making them available to the great unwashed masses of cartoon lovers.




Go see full pages of cartoon fun at:

Marc Deckter Shares The Genius Of His Superior Genetic Heritage




And here are some that Mark Kausler offered!
http://www.animationarchive.org/2007/08/milt-gross-banana-oil.html

15 comments:

Kali Fontecchio said...

When Steve showed these to us I became so overwhelmingly jealous. But good ol' Marcky Marc allowed Steve to scan them for the archive and for us heathens and our secular enjoyment! What a couple of guys!

Kali Fontecchio said...

There's more!!!! Look at those animals!!!!!!!!!!!!! That kangaroo is crazy!!!

litlgrey said...

Max & Dave, huh? Way to REPRESENT! I'll let myself be tailored by the Fleischers any time... except maybe by the other brother, Lou. Not by Lou so much.

John said...

Wow Great stuff I cant stand most comics but These really look imaginative.Id say the best comic artist of today is Jeff Smith though.

Timothy Braun said...

This seems to be the place to encourage people to see this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4Yf-7Z_6PE

It is fantastic.


Timothy Braun

Ewa said...

Hahahahaha, yeah! Racism is great! Thank god for my "Superior Genetic Heritage."

Robert said...

Jeff Smith of Bone? He does have a damn clean line.

Sean Worsham said...

Wow this is really Marc's week! (Congrats Marc!). I wish I had time to go to LA and look at the comics at the archive.

Shawn said...

Alright! This is great!

Franky said...

It's great artwork, but I'm not getting the jokes.

and here is a definition of Banana Oil just to confuse me a little more.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_oil

Brad said...

Hey frank:

http://www.everything2.com/index.pl?node_id=1405475

look at #2 and you'll be less confused

peldma3 said...

It's odd, how alot of times it seems older cartoon stuff has more life in it than alot of the cartoon stuff we see Today.

Eddie Fitzgerald said...

Funny, happy and imaginative! Milt Gross had it all!

Franky said...

Thanks, Brad!

cartoon lad said...

Man, I love Milt Gross.To think you used to get cartoons like this in the sunday newspaper-how come there arent any good newspaper comics anymore?- Dont you think its a bit strange?...