Just a reminder that if you’re using my 1978/2017 Spider-Man Calendar for your desktop wallpaper, it’s time for an update.
Click on the image below for this month’s 2560 x 1200 wallpaper:
I’ve had a bunch of people asking, so just so you know, I’m not all of a sudden interested in essay writing, thesis proposals, or executing education research. Somebody found some sort of back door to the blog and their bot is posting crap.
I’m trying to stay on it and delete them when they appear, but it’s a hassle.
I’m going to get to work on it tomorrow now that the holidays are wrapping up. So hang in there everyone, and thanks for understanding.
What a pain…
For the past few years I’ve been posting scans of old calendars where the dates line up with the current year, and 2017 is maybe my favorite so far: behold the 1978 Amazing Spider-Man calendar!
Each page has been lovingly scanned in and arranged to function as a computer desktop wallpaper (2560 x 1440) so you can enjoy them all year long. And there’s some unbelievable art here from Jack Kirby, John Romita, John Buscema and Gene Colan to name just a few.
Also this year I’ve included the covers, inside covers, and extra stuff that people generally ask me for.
Click on each image to get the larger image, download, and enjoy! And if you really like it, please spread the word. I’d appreciate it.
Happy 2017, everyone!!
I’m really excited to announce that the Herb Aigner Gallery in the Prairie Center for the Arts is featuring a collection my cartoons! I’ve been part of other cartoon shows before, but this is my very first Andertoons solo show.
I’ve put together 36 of my favorite cartoons covering a wide range of subjects, so there should be some good laughs for just about everyone.
If you’d like to see it for yourself, the Prairie Center for the Arts is located at 201 Schaumburg Ct. in Schaumburg, IL. The show runs from Nov 29 – January 8. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and on many evenings and weekends. Call 847-895-3600 for more information.