Those who try to diligently stay inside the lines will get one of their greatest challenges with the publications of TONY MILLIONAIRE’S SEA MONSTERS COLORING BOOK this September.
It’s been a tough week for a lot of us right? Late nights at work, an endless spew of terrible news from Washington, and lots of added stress from the grind of life. Perhaps some of you were stuck in the horrible ice storm that chilled a big chunk of the US. There has to be […]
Or so he claimed in a Facebook post. Millionaire has been known to pull a prank or two (and has used this opportunity to plug his book quite a bit.) but…this time it feels pretty real. Maakies is the long running comic strip about the often soused adventures of Drinky Crow and Uncle Gabby, an […]
Tony Millionaire’s Maakies comic strip is still one of the glories of comics, if you like luscious linework, raucous drunken antics, the tang of salt air and the underlying sadness of like’s uncertainty. And finally after five years, a new collection, Drinky Crow Drinks Again! To celebrate, a trailer has been made, as revealed at […]
Back when Dark Horse published Star Wars comics, they had a book called Star Wars Tales, and from Star Wars Tales #20 back in 2004, here is the heartrending story of George R. Binks, Jar Jar’s magic father. And only the great Tony Millionaire could do justice to this story.
You guys! You guy! Ohmigod! Cartoonist Tony Millionaire and animator Matt Danner are trying to make a hybrid CGI/live action movie based on Millionaire’s Sock Monkey books. Danner—WWE Slam City, Hotwheels—has penned a script and the duo re attempting to line up financing for the film.
It has been far too long since we linked to some art by the great Tony Millionaire, whose baroque penwork evokes pleasant feelings of timelessness. Maakies, his epic ongoing strip, is available online and in this episode, it’s what he claims is a true story. CLAIMS. On the other hand, Millionaire lives a baroque life and anything is possible.
It’s back to our old pal Tom Spurgeon at The Comics Reporter, for the news that Fantagraphics are preparing a collection of Tony Millionaire’s Sock Monkey character for later this year. Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/
Instant want: Fantagraphics will be collecting Tony Millionaire’s Sock Monkey stories in a treasury edition. The books originally came out from Dark Horse but are joining Millionaie’s Maakie’s collections at FBI.
Just in case you were wondering, last week’s Farewell strip for Maakies was just another prank by creator Tony Millionaire, and the strip is still going strong. Great news!
Last Thursday, Millionaire posted the above script, provoking cries of anguish on Twitter along the lines of “Why Tony, why?”