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Tag Archives: Dan Piraro
What better way to celebrate Easter than this Bizarro cartoon, which literally has everything. So don’t ask me to enumerate. (cartoon © Dan Piraro Distributed by King Features Syndicate)
Dan Piraro is doing a book of Bizarro super-hero cartoons next spring, and to celebrate that, he posted two excellent DC-themed cartoons on his blog. I like the way he makes fun of the way Wonder Woman is always thought … Continue reading
Dan Piraro solves the mystery of how to use your word balloons. Thanks Dan ! Indicentally, I liked his account of how people started interpreting this cartoon in a much broader sense than he had originally intended.
Once more, Piraro says it all. Or not, depending how deep you delve into it. (cartoon © Dan Piraro)
For once Bizarro doesn’t do Superman, but another comic hero : our favorite feral mutant, Wolverine. It’s a groaner, but a good one. (Cartoon © Dan Piraro)
When it comes to combining topical issues with comics content, there’s no topping Bizarro ! (Cartoon © Dan Piraro)
I love it when Bizarro goes all self-referential…
Dan Piraro‘s take on the plethora of ™’s that plague the nation’s comics heroes. I like it. I also like the stick of dynamite waiting to go off while the two heroes bicker about intellectual laws.
A neat metareferential cartoon by Dan Piraro . (From Bizarro, via Neatorama)