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Paburrows
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TMZ has obtained the cover for Marge Simpson's November issue of Playboy -- and needless to say, she's got a bangin' bod for having popped her first kid out thirty years ago (Show debuted in 1989, Bart was 10 ... and still is).

We're told Marge also strips down for her three-page spread inside the magazine -- posing in a bunch of sexy cartoon lingerie.

Roll over, Jessica Rabbit.

Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2009/10/09/marge-simpson-strips-down-for-playboy/#ixzz0TYUf04Nj


http://www.tmz.com/2009/10/09/marge-simpson-strips-down-for-playboy/

Lets keep this clean please.

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E. Allen
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Again, this makes sense. I'm actually wondering what took Playboy so long to do one of these issues.

Still waiting for that CG Lara Croft issue . . .

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What if I don't wanna keep it clean?

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"Crazed Mom Goes Topless: Photos pages 3-28"

[funny]

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E. Allen
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Oh, man. Let the circus begin!
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E. Allen
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Va-va-voom.

And I'm waiting for a CG Claire Redfield Playboy issue as well.

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Can't forget about, Leela the cyclops...

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Not a new idea.. this has been floating around forever:
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So much for trying to keep this clean! Ah well, it was an admirable effort, guys.

Gary's Disney picture looks so authentic, I could have sworn that Disney artists, of course under an Alan Smithee of some sort, produced it. Can't say for sure, though if it is true--that they did--then it is as Rob Zombie said when he talked about getting some ex-Disney guys to work on El Superbeasto, "They're all a bunch of pervs!"

When you're talking about Disney artists, I can't see that as being necessarily a bad thing!

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Gary, our official line crosser. lol, I love it...hey, at least it aint me...cuz its usually me...

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quote:
"Gary's Disney picture looks so authentic, I could have sworn that Disney artists, of course under an Alan Smithee of some sort, produced it. "
The infamous Disney Memorial Orgy drawing was done by EC Comics/Mad Magazine artist Wally Wood for Paul Krassner's satirical magazine The Realist in 1967.

Here's the original black and white version:

web pagehttp://uraniumcafe-the.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/disneymemorial.jpg

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Thanks Eustace!

1967!!!!!?!

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Since this was unsigned, it's no wonder I had no idea that this was done by the iconic MAD artist!

Even knowing about his work with MAD (which, I thought, was the only thing Wally did--aside from occasional work for comics), I would have never guessed. And, obviously I thought this was a recent work! Truly on par with many of the classic Disney designs for their Golden Book series. Heh.


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lol, I love it...hey, at least it aint me...cuz its usually me...
Bwhahahahahaha! Come to think of it, that has a bit of a ring of truth to it . . . [funny]
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RING? yeah, like the ring of a bomb warning.

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I'm thinking of doing this with the moms at ColorInAble...

I was pondering it, but not seriously, until Adult Swim put their 4 moms out there for Heff last night....

Sorry I don't have a clip...
What would Lois Griffin do without a clip, though we've seen her all Playboy already... When she ran for school council... [funny]

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Ah, cartoonists are a naughty bunch, aren't they?

You should have seen the "full animation" I saw at the mouse house way back in the fifties. Naturally, this footage I saw doesn't really exist.

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This is just too funny to believe.

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http://cleancartoonistsdirtydrawings.com/
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http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0810996340/ref=nosim/yoecom-20/102-3893048-6829708
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Like I said.. nothing new. [Big Grin]

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Actually, what's new, and really important in American culture, is that it's become an acceptable form of ADULT fantasy.

That's been true in other cultures for years, but it's really the last 40 years that has been a marked change from the 60's, when cartoons were for kids and comics were for kids and radicals.

Remember when it was "Radical" that Heavy Metal made a film in the late 70's???

And it took till the late 80's for a true "adult" cartoon to reach network... 20 years late that wife is on the cover... [Big Grin]

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Wanted to resurrect this topic, purely because of an image I've recently come across! [Big Grin]

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From an ad for alcohol produced by The Foundry!

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