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Simpson Crazy, the ultimate Simpsons fan site — in association with Krusty Krowd Kontrol Barriers The Simpsons The family was conceived by Groening shortly before a solicitation for a series of animated shorts with the producer James L. Brooks. Groening created a dysfunctional family and named the characters after members of his own family, substituting Bart for his own name. The shorts became a part of The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987. Production Development When producer James L. The Simpson family first appeared as shorts in The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987. Executive producers and showrunners Matt Groening and James L. Writing Part of the writing staff of The Simpsons in 1992. At the end of 2007 the writers of The Simpsons went on strike together with the other members of the Writers Guild of America, East. Voice actors The Simpsons has six main cast members: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria and Harry Shearer.

Stunning Marvel Comics Inspired Illustrations by Alex Garner ShareShare With DC Comics’ impending reboot being talked about all over, both longtime fans and newcomers to the medium alike are being reminded of how important the imagery and design for each character (and the worlds they inhabit) are, especially upon facing yet another aesthetic revision this summer. The American comic book industry prides itself on its amazing artwork, which is realistic despite the portrayal of fantastic characters and events. Alex Garner, featured in this post, is an accomplished artist who does just that. Having done art for DC Comics, Marvel, and the trading card company Upper Deck (the list goes on), a pantheon of new and beloved characters inhabit his art, and they’re kickin’ some ass while they’re at it. If you like what you see, there’s always more at Garner’s deviantART page. Written by: Joseph Sutton | Visit Website Joseph Sutton is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn, NY.

Dead Homer Society 'The Simpsons' Explains Its Provocative Banksy Opening How did “The Simpsons” manage to track down Banksy, the pseudonymous British artist, and get him to create the powerful opening-credit sequence from Sunday’s episode, which seems to reveal the torturous sweatshop responsible for the show’s creation? And how, after all that mockery, have the producers behind that Fox animated series been able to retain their jobs? Al Jean, an executive producer and the longtime show runner of “The Simpsons,” pulled back another layer of the curtain and explained the stunt to ArtsBeat on Monday afternoon. How did you find Banksy to do this, and now that it’s done, how much trouble are you in? Well, I haven’t been fired yet, so that’s a good sign. Were you concerned that what he sent you could get the show into hot water? I’d be lying if I said I didn’t think about it for a little bit. Can you say what got cut out? I’ll just say, it was even a little sadder. One of the things Banksy is known for is disguising his identity. No, absolutely not.

Alien Loves Predator #349: If We Took a Holiday I spent my whole life, up until 2008, being allergic to eggs. When I was like 4, I took an egg in my hand, crushed it – obviously just for fun – and got a rash all over my hand. When I was 8, my older brother was into raw egg shakes for some weird reason, and like an idiot he let me have some and I broke into a huge rash all over my torso. My mom was always super careful about possible allergens because I had skin problems so at various times she wouldn’t let me eat seafood, dairy, peanuts, dogs, cats, you name it. But she would never believe me when I complained that mayonnaise would bother my throat. She just wrote me off like a bratty kid whining about something I didn’t want to eat. Fast forward to November 2008… it was the morning after Barack Obama was elected President of the United States, I was celebrating with breakfast at IHOP. Yeah I know that pancakes have eggs in them, shut up. Hope you enjoyed today’s comic, see you next week, egg willing!! Comments on this comic (94)

Banksy creates new Simpsons title sequence 11 October 2010Last updated at 08:43 UK graffiti artist Banksy has created a controversial title sequence for long-running US animation The Simpsons. The intro, which was shown in the US on Sunday, opens with the street artist's tag scrawled across the town of Springfield. It closes with a minute-long sequence showing dozens of sweatshop workers in a warehouse painting cartoon cells and making Simpsons merchandise. The episode, called MoneyBart, will be shown in the UK on 21 October. It is the first time an artist has been invited to storyboard part of the show. The extended sequence was apparently inspired by reports the show outsources the bulk of their animation to a company in South Korea. Delays and disputes It features Bart Simpson with his face covered as he writes all over his classroom walls. While in the sweatshop, kittens are thrown into a wood chipper so their fur can be used to stuff Bart Simpson dolls and a chained unicorn is used to punch holes in Simpsons DVDs.