Hahaha! Mike Fontanelli seems like my kind of guy. Also, I like how that woman has a sort of a deer's leg
AMAZING!!!! I bet that didn't happen...but great story nonetheless! I especially love the part when your face gets smashed!Do one of me too! I want in!
Kali: It not only happened but it happened frequently and still happens.Max: LOL! Deer's leg!? I should have redrawn it!
This is the Citizen Kane of doodles.Full of twists, expressive acting and comedic timing, you should be directing, Eddie!The woman is SO Don Martin.
(Gulp!) Unfortunately, It's all too hideously true.Except, that girl - she looks like YOU in drag, Eddie! (Hmmm... Freudian, eh what?)
I laughed so hard I wept. Holy Moly, best entry ever, man.
Eddie, are you a fan of Keith Knight? His comics are somewhat similar to your's.See his work at www.kchronicles.com
I've experienced this many times!Great drawings Eddie.
what do you think of Mike Peters? I think hes a complete hack
it seems like that keith guy can draw but the writings pretty hacky "dont you hate spam email?" yawn
Hahahaha!Thanks for the drawings, Eddie! I can tell today is going to be a good day for me!
...so the chicks "dig" subtlety?Just askin' is all.
I have experienced that at the Coral many nights, but you left out the cheeky comments about the palette cleansers (loud enough so they can hear!)See yaSteve
Mike F: Post a blog entry, even a blank one, so we can at least ask you questions directly.
Subtlety is for people who secretly want to die alone.Eddie, is that smiling object lying next to your face in frame #2 a Beanie Baby Sea Bass? I know you like to have a beloved little furry friend along on these outings in case you start to feel alienated. I'm the same way, so I always bring along my favorite knife.I suspect the smiling object is your conscience, and a conscience needs a hat. Give him a hat. A Jughead hat would be perfect. Lacking felt and pinking shears, you could give him a straw boater.But anyway, who is he? He looks so happy.
Spizz: A beanie baby sea bass!!!????? That was his sandwich! It's funny that you mentioned that because that shot of the sandwich was my favorite of all the sandwich shots.Steve: Ah, yes...palette cleansers. There's another blog in that.
Ha! I love it!
So when Mike ogles a girl, he develops a third hand? That could be very useful in combination with baggy pants...Subtlety is for people who secretly want to die alone.That's pithy enough for Oscar Wilde.Eddie: These drawings are so funny that it compels me to ask: What precisely is your contribution to the shows you work on? None of the "cartoons" I can think of have any interest in this sort of funny business, except of course the ones J.K. is associated with. Do they look at your ideas and go, "Haha! great stuff, Eddie! Too bad we can't use it..."?
even if you hate family guy you have to admit seth macfarlane is an awesome voice actor
The Coral is the scariest place on the face of the Earth Steve.
Why would we hve to admit something that wasn't true?
I'm glad to hear other men are not subtle either. What is the worse thing that could probably happen?
ive never seen john attack futurama in his blog, do you know his opinion on it eddie?
I don't: Aaargh! That's a depressing subject! Yes I definitely have that problem but fortunately I have enough experience staging corporate gang cartoons to keep food on the table.
Mike has excellent taste in women! And sandwiches.
I wish there were TWO Eddie Fitzgeralds...one to work on cartoons...and one to draw comic books! That would be great!
Jeez Eddie. It's like noting has changed in almost 20 years. I thought Mike lost all that weight eating subway and has become there spokesman.
I don't: Aaargh! That's a depressing subject! Yes I definitely have that problem but fortunately I have enough experience staging corporate gang cartoons to keep food on the table.So Eddie, would you say it's worse to be a cartoonist who's forced to stage corporate gang cartoons to keep food on the table, or a scientist who'd rather be a cartoonist (such as myself)? Both have the same desire and are getting paid to do something that basically sucks; do you see any differences?Not to get too philosophical, just looking for some inspiration, I guess. Hilarious drawings, by the way. I have the same problem as Mike. It doesn't accomplish much.
Eddie, that's a great comic!!! You should be in all the newspapers! Along with:John KricfalusiMarlo MeekinsMike Fontanelli Katie RiceVincent WallerJim SmithDavid GemmilBill WattersonBruce Timm (Serialized Batman strip)>even if you hate family guy you have to admit seth macfarlane is an awesome voice actor You mean how he gives the same line readings for both Stewie and Peter even though, theoretically, their "characters" are completely differntadn should say things and react to things in differetn ways?He might be able to change his voice well but he can't express himself sonically like the best voice actors.
...or a scientist who'd rather be a cartoonist (such as myself)? Both have the same desire and are getting paid to do something that basically sucks; do you see any differences?Eddie doesn't make rabbits grow tumors.
hahahaha! yessssssss! i love this post! more more more like this! great acting! i like!
hahhahhha! this is great! great drawings! :)
Dinner with Mike Fontanelli- did you win that Tiger Beat contest? I still have that issue under my pillow.PS Great droorings!
Haha!.. I love the acting and expressions!
Surferjoe: Tiger Beat!? LOL!
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