RIP Harold Ramis

Harold Ramis RIP Cartoon Caricature by Bearman CartoonsRIP Harold Ramis.  This tribute cartoon caricature is in remembrance of a very funny guy.   The writer behind such classics as Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes and of course Ghostbusters.

A funny man who will be missed.   My heart goes out to his family.

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  1. Jason says:

    Had not heard this. Sad news, nice wordplay… classy tribute overall.

  2. Red Dwyer says:

    Thank you, Bearman.

  3. Tim says:

    This may be my favorite by you, art and writing. Thoughtful. RIP Harold.

  4. Comedy Plus says:

    May he rest in eternal peace. He sure brought some great laughs to the rest of us that enjoyed his work.

    Have a fabulous day. 🙂

  5. Tim Green says:

    What a wonderful legacy he left the world! He may be gone but he’s long from forgotten!

  6. Christina says:

    Such sad news… Great cartoon tribute!

  7. David Hurley says:

    Very sad, but he left a great legacy behind.
    Nice artwork and tribute, bearman.

  8. The first season of SCTV was the best. I believe it was the only season Harold Ramis was a cast member…

  9. He will be greatly missed.

  10. lisleman says:

    He made classic comedies. I didn’t realize he was involved in so many. Caddyshack is a favorite but I didn’t know he was behind that one

  11. Dave says:

    Nice tribute.

  12. G.B. Miller says:

    I first got introduced to Harold Ramis watching a bio of “Caddy Shack” (finally watched the movie) and found him to be a very intelligent guy, which is a rarity in Hollywood.

    Cool tribute.

  13. Mark Stokes says:

    A fantastic tribute to a fantastic funnyman!

  14. Binky says:

    I thought Ghostbusters was a great movie movie. Sad that he passed away.

  15. Tony McGurk says:

    Excellent work Bearman & a nice tribute. He was one funny guy. 1944??? I remember him as a young man in Ghost Busters & didn’t realise he was that old.

  16. Bill Murphy says:

    Excellent tribute Bearman! I especially love your play on words. 😀

  17. It’s like Stephen Colbert said… he made all of our lives a little better.

  18. Egon: Don’t cross the streams


    Egon: It would be bad.

    Venkman: I’m fuzzy on the whole good/bad thing. What do you mean, “bad”?

    Egon: Try to imagine all life as you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light.

    This was an amazing tribute Bearman!

  19. He shall be missed.

  20. Gruhn says:

    Well said. I hope he had a great charmed life in return for all of the laughs he gave us.

  21. Chris K says:

    I was sadden when I heard this. We have lost a comedic genius. Amazing how much he influenced our culture and comedy.

  22. frigginloon says:

    He had a small cameo in As Good As It Gets as the doctor helping Helen Hunt’s character. Even in small roles he had presence. RIP.

  23. Nate Fakes says:

    I had no idea how many movies this guy did until he died. Pretty impressive! RIP

  24. Tyler says:

    Definitely rewatched Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II as tribute. Good stuff, indeed.

  25. benzeknees says:

    Will be very much missed!

  26. DadaHyena says:

    Nice work, Bearman.

  27. And he also provides one of my favorite performances in the movie “Orange County.” I think that movie would have been another forgettable film if not for Ramis’ commitment to an incredibly goofy bit and Kevin Kline providing a little quiet dignity.

    Well, okay — that and Jack Black’s delivery of, “Do you want me to get naked and start the revolution?”

  28. Slim b says:

    Nice tribute
    Thanks for the picture

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