NEW! – Yearly Cartoon Subscriptions

Cartoon Subscriptions

Cartoon subscriptions have been a terrific success.

Our amazing subscribers are using their cartoons to connect via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+. They’re using their cartoons to engage and gain readers on their blogs and email newsletters. And they’re publishing them on their websites, in their e-books, and even on direct mail postcards.

In fact, over the past year hundreds of subscribers from over a dozen different countries have downloaded and used more than 10,000 cartoons! WOW!

It is so incredibly gratifying to see so many people using and enjoying my cartoons. Thank you so much!

Some of the success, I think, has been due to the value people are seeing. Starting at just $20 a month you can choose from thousands of cartoons and use pretty much as many as you like. But as good as that deal is, today I’m announcing something even better that many subscribers have been asking for – yearly subscriptions:

New Yearly Cartoon Subscriptions

The existing Pro and Premium monthly plans are still available and will continue to be, but some subscribers asked if there was a way they could be billed just once a year. So we’ve added new Pro and Premium plans that not only renew once a year, but save you money too!

Signing up for either of the new yearly subscriptions will save you a little over 16% (and 11 emails!) over the cost of the same year on a monthly subscription. Other than that, the new yearly subscriptions work exactly the same:

  • Thousands of available cartoons
  • Hundreds of topics
  • New cartoons every Monday
  • Cartoons pre-optimized for the web and/or print
  • Super easy downloads
  • No fuss, cancel anytime

So, if you’re a current monthly subscriber and you’d like to change over to the yearly plan, drop me a line and we’ll get you all fixed up. If you’ve been waiting to subscribe, now’s a great time to sign up and save some money too.

How are you planning to use your cartoons?

1966 Batman Valentines You Have To See To Believe

When I saw these 1966 Doubl Glo Batman Valentines on eBay, I could not resist. And once I got a good look at them I knew I had to scan them in and share them! (I’ve even included the packaging and the teacher card.)

Check out Batman’s giant head on the Batcopter one. Nora Fries is cured and loves puns? And what is that creature Batman is apparently stabbing in the neck (THUNK!) with a heart?!

Click on the images to get nice big printable valentines you can give to your own boy wonder or feline-themed antihero!

1966 batplane batman valentine
1966 batcomputer batman balentine
1966 batman-robin batman valentine
1966 batcopter batman valentine
1966 penguin batman valentine
1966 robin batman valentine
1966 mr-freeze batman valentine
1966 varooom batman valentine
1966 riddler batman valentine
1966 zelda batman valentine
1966 batman batman valentine
1966 killer-croc batman valentine
1966 teacher batman valentine
1966 batman valentine packaging
1966 batman valentine packaging back

Happy Bat-entines Day!

Wanna see some more great old superhero valentines?

And just for fun…



15 Valentine’s Day Cartoons That You Will Totally Love

Want to know which Valentine’s Day cartoons get the most love? Here are the cartoons people have downloaded most!

(Click on the cartoons to buy them individually, or sign up for a subscription and download the whole bunch!)

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6524

Drawing all those little Facebook Like hands took a while, but it was totally worth it as this is by far the most downloaded valentine cartoon.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6081

I had to draw that little candy heart relatively large to get it to read well visually. At that size you’d probably only get two or three in that box. What a gyp.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6338

Every man’s Valentine’s Day dilemma.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6407

My wife is a teacher and hates decorating bulletin boards, so I came up with this idea about this teacher who just keeps adding holidays to the mix.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6332

Drawing cupids is no fun. So I have to feel really good about a cartoon if I’m going to have to draw two.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6528

You know there’s an interesting backstory there…

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6530

Drawing people in mirrors always bugs me. Add two cupids to the mix and I must have really liked this valentine gag.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6340

I had endless fun coming up with all the names for these valentine chocolates, but I think “White” was my favorite.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6341

I wonder if that’s Debbie there in the meeting. Awk-ward…

So those are the most downloaded, but I also wanted to introduce you to this year’s new batch of Valentine cartoons. Enjoy:

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6831

Believe it or not coming up with “Sports Supermarket” took a while.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6832

Objection! This so-called “expert” is a mythical winged baby!

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6833

See, that’s how they getcha!

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6834

Why is Cupid rubbing it in!? What a jerk!

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6835

Sweetest Day is just the worst. Everyone knows it.

Valentine's Day Cartoons #6836

This totally makes sense. Word is they’re also looking into securing a number of egg and dye contracts.

Well, that’s that. Not satisfied? Check out all of my Valentine’s Day cartoons here! And I’d love it (Get it? Love it?) if you’d consider a subscription.

Still not satisfied?! Sheesh! Fine, here’s some other Valentine’s Day stuff you might enjoy:

But that’s it. Seriously, that’s all I got.

Time to Change Your 1975/2014 Marvel Wallpaper

Happy February!

Just a reminder that if you’re using my 1975/2014 Marvel calendar for your desktop wallpaper, it’s time to update.

Click on the image below for February’s 2560 x 1200 image:

1975 Marvel Comics Calendar - February

Wanna grab the other months? Here’s all 12 for you!


Vine Cartoon Experiment

A while back Mashable challenged readers to create some original cartoons on Vine. I really wanted to join in, but was swamped at the time and didn’t know quite how I’d get my cartoons to work on Vine.

But recently I had an idea I thought I’d try out and I created a few to see if it would work. Let me know what you think!

(BTW, for those of you not familiar with Vine, click the little speaker icon in the upper left hand corner of the image to hear the audio.)





So what do you think? What did you like? What didn’t work? Any ideas for improvements?

BTW, here’s a few of the cartoon Vines Mashable readers came up with.