I could be wrong but I think that’s actually the cow that jumped over the moon on reentry. Which brings to mind one of my favorite Ringtales New Yorker Animated Cartoons;
Had a fun time last Friday doing an interview with Tom Racine of Tall Tale Radio. I was mostly coherent and only had two beers during the whole hour. Didn’t cry once.
Click on the image above or here to hear the interview.
RingTales is proud to present its first original production, Cat Dog Stoop, created by Issac Littlejohn Eddy. Issac animates and voices Cat Dog Stoop all by himself. Issac’s is also a blue man. No, he’s not sad. He’s blue because he performs with the Blue Man Group on Broadway. And… he’s a New Yorker cartoonist.
You cans see more Cat, Dog, Stoop’s starting next week on Babelgum.
Another nice RingTales Cud de Sac animation. I like Dill’s headgear. More at Babelgum.com.
Another great RingTales Cul de Sac Animation. Richard Thompson is a genius at the indirect punch line. See more on babelgum.com
Two new Pooch Cafe animations up on YouTube. Check out all our great RingTales cartoons on our YouTube Channel.
Just want to alert everyone to a few upcoming RingTales happenings:
1. New iPhone Dilbert and New Yorker Cartoon Calendar Aps will be out soon. Just like the print page-a-day calendars except with an animated cartoon-a-day instead.
2. We’ll be debuting Pearls Before Swine animations on Babelgum in September.
3. We’ll be bringing you a Cartoon Masters series of cartoonist interviews with myself, Bob Mankoff (Cartoon Editor of the New Yorker), Stephan Pastis, Mark Tatulli, Paul Gilligan and Richard Thompson. They’ll also debut on Babelgum in September.
4. And we’ll be debuting our first original property, “Cat, Dog, Stoop” by Issac Littlejohn Eddy. Issac is a New Yorker cartoonist and a Blue Man. That is, he is a man who paints himself blue to become part of the NYC production of The Blue Man Group — in case it wasn’t clear. “Cat, Dog, Stoop” will also debut in September exclusively on Babelgum.com.