Sunday, November 1, 2009

Tricky treat

Hallowe'en is now officially over for 2009, and I hope everyone who celebrated it had a great time. While going through a batch of files today, I stumbled across this funny illustration relating to the holiday that I drew years ago (back in the 1970's) for the "Hampshire Life" weekly supplement to Northampton's newspaper, "The Daily Hampshire Gazette". This was probably drawn for one of several columns I regularly illustrated -- probably "Life Line".



The thing I like most about this piece is how the grimace on the cheap molded-plastic "Hulk" mask accurately captures the likely disappointed reaction of the kid wearing the mask, who is given carrots instead of candy on Hallowe'en. -- PL

P.S. -- Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour today! (For those of you in "daylight savings time" regions.)

4 comments:

agliarept said...

hahha he looks like so upset at teh carrots. i love it. halloween was crazy. i went as the mask. hope you had a lot of fun as wel!

The Red 1's. said...

Hi Peter,

I wanted to get in touch with you regarding the Toys "R" Us Canada 25th Birthday Celebration, including the Top 25 Toys of All Time vote. It's on right now and TMNT toys are on the list. I imagine your readers would be interested in helping crown TMNT the greatest toy of all time. It's a long way to go to beat Lego, but I'm sure fans would at least like to try. You can get the details and vote here http://bit.ly/sRhu9

Thanks in advance for your support. Feel free to contact me with any questions at jnelson@capitalc.ca

Best regards,
Jon c/o TRU

Tyrgermanic said...

thanks
i actually did forget.
funny drawing by the way.
makes you wonder what the article was about.

~ tOkKa said...

-->> Hulk kid looks angry..yeh i don't think we'd liek that kid when he's angry .