Today’s cartoon was done for another friend who started Project Blue Collar that raises awareness and encourages people to adopt rescue dogs. Might have a few more coming soon.
I’d be surprised if this cartoon hasn’t been done by someone but I purposefully didn’t look so it wouldn’t impact my vision. For the unaware, the “grumpy cat” on the left is the original grumpy one - Garfield the Cat. The unsuspecting feline is the internet meme sensation Grumpy Cat.
I would think I might have issues with someone else taking my gig too. Now I need to figure out what that gig is.
Seems actor George Takei isn’t just famous for his stellar acting on Star Trek. He has parlayed his celebrity into appearances on the Howard Stern show and is something of a Social Media icon – especially on Facebook. And several times from an unmentioned cartoonist friend of ours. As you all know I am a big proponent of those who share other’s work to provide credit where you found it. It isn’t too hard even if you found the picture/cartoon on google because many artists, including yours truly, puts their URL on the image.
George, or whomever is posting for him, doesn’t seem to always have the time for that so he just takes it and posts it as is. Interesting that someone who is in the intellectual property business seems to miss that courtesy.
Any other celebrities that I should spoof their social media habits into a future definition?
NOTE: For those who were here yesterday I didn’t like my caricature of George Takei so I updated it.
Don’t ask me why Klingons as Cling-ons is funny to me but it is. So I had to draw a Captain Kirk lookalike with his pants down around his ankles and Klingon Cling-ons coming out of his butt.
For those who haven’t heard “cling-on” here is the definition from Urban Dictionary:
Toilet Paper that gets stuck up your ass even after you wipe
Poster of this image is now available on my Society6 page.