Today’s Guest Cartoon Movie Poster comes from Robert Matejcek of Spilled Ink Cartoons.
Spilled Ink is a quirky single panel cartoon that stars a guy named Robert, his wife Annabelle and their cat Dharma. Funny thing is that Matejcek’s name is Robert, his wife is Annabelle and their cat is Dharma. But all that is just a coincidence and any similarities of real situations in their lives is purely coincidental.
Robert, you are great and I won’t hold it against you that you are a Lebowski fan…dude!
Check back Sunday for a Guest toon from W. Byron Wilkins of 1977 the Comic
Very nicely done… and now the pressure of when mine gets posted is even more…
No pressure. Everyone did great.
Fanartastic. Good work as usual Robert. Enjoy your break Bearman. I tried to post a comment earlier today but something happened. I am having a terrible time with my internet connection at work. Maybe I can do better at the library tomorrow.
Tell your boss you need better connections so you can screw off. haha
WordPress has been playing up 🙁
We have an agreement… I pretend to work and he pretends to pay me. He knows I goof off a lot because I work cheap and when I do work I make him a lot of money.
Thank you very much, Bearman! You are pretty great, too … although … obviously you are not a golfer! 🙂
And thanks very much for the kind words, guys! I appreciate that very much! 🙂
I thought this movie was about bowling?
You are probably using the same sarcasm font that I do … but just in case you aren’t …
reference to a scene where a goon breaks into the Dude’s apartment, finds a bowling ball, stares at it momentarily and demands to know what the f it is used for. To which the dude replies, obviously you are not a golfer!
Hahahaha. I know you’re trying your best not to laugh, Bearman! 🙂
That cartoon really ties the room together!
Great job, Spilled Inky! Now let’s all have a White Russian.
Another BL reference I don’t get b/c I could barely make it through once.
Wh-what? I demand you go watch it again, then again, then AGAIN.
I am the same guy that didn’t get the fascination with Old School either.
I just dropped in to see what condition your comic was in!
Yeah! Yeah! Oh yeah! What condition your comic was in!
Very Cool, SIG You did an awesome job :-), Thank you Bearman for posting this
I had the easy part.
Nice one. I love this movie. This is where I got the idea for Hoody Dude over on my site.
The Coen brothers are true geniuses. Fargo, O brother where Art thou, Burn after reading . . .classics. Awesome poster.
tHIS IS GREAT, i LOVE s.i.g’S CARTOONS, hE’S A GREAT ARTIST
Doh!!! Caps lock on & I ain’t retyping either. Stupid keyboard…
haha—This cartoon is FANTASTIC 🙂
I have the original T-shirt but can’t wear it because it has some inappropriate language on the back. But this, now, I could wear this 🙂
i’m not afraid to say that i hated the big lebowski.
i hated the big lebowski.
Great poster of one of the greatest movies of all time.
I’d love to see Pulp Fiction (next) in comics.
Bearman, I absolutely love the poster idea! These are really excellent! Nice work Robert and Aidan!
Robert, your graphics never cease to amaze me! It looks so damn real that I was checking the times in the paper to see when it’s playing. Nicely done!
Thanks very much everyone (especially you, Bearman)! I would respond to each comment individually, but since I’ve already shamelessly messed up the joint I’m not sure if that’s appropriate or not! 🙂
Man, Robert, this poster looks phenomenal. I just stare at trying to figure out how you got everything all beautiful. Nice job!
Great job, Robert! And great movie pick, dude.
I am probably the only person who’s never seen the Big Lebowski, yet pretty much knows it off by heart thanks to a friend who happens to be obsessed with the movie.
Love the poster!
B…figures…neither have I! 😉
Nice Robert, it is one of my all time favorite movies…well done!!