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SKETCHY CHARACTERS DEPT.
For Your Spies Only Dept.
Last year was Spy vs. Spy's 50th anniversary and MAD fans everywhere celebrated in their own unique ways. (You may recall that we asked oodles of incredibly talented people to customize Spy toys for us, with outstanding results!)
It’s Friday! To which we say T.G.I.T.T.S.A.C.S.T! (“Thank God it’s time to see another custom Spy toy” — we’re confident that acronym is going to catch on!) This week, we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Spy vs. Spy with a fantastic creation by Adventure Time’s Pendleton Ward! Amazing! And so eco-friendly! Click here to see all of the other custom Spies!
We continue our amazing celebration of Spy vs. Spy’s 50th anniversary with another unrealistically-excellent custom toy — this time courtesy of The Beast Brothers! That is some insane detail! Have you ever seen a Spy skull that teeny-tiny before? What? You have? Jeez...you’ve had a crazy life... Click here to see all of the other custom Spies!
We cannot stop celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Spy vs. Spy. We simply CANNOT! And — damnit! — when you have amazing custom toys like this, why would you want to?!? Today’s stupidly-fantastic contribution is from the great one himself — “Weird Al” Yankovic! Be sure to check back next Friday to see another outstanding Spy toy! (We can’t stop! CAN’T! AARRRGGGH!) Click here to see all of the other custom Spies!
As you know, we’ve been celebrating the 50th anniversary of Spy vs. Spy by showing off a huge collection of awesome custom Spy toys. How huge a collection, you ask?!? So huge that it’s now the Spies’ fifty-FIRST anniversary and we’re still spotlighting new ones! Today’s stunning creation is from Brian Flynn of Hybrid-Design/Super 7! Outstanding! Check back each Friday to see another astonishing Spy toy!
One of the highlights of the “SCAD MAD MAD MAD Weekend,” hosted last weekend by the Southeastern Chapter of the National Cartoonists Society at the Savannah College of Art and Design, was a “Spy vs. Spy” competition organized by Anthony Fisher, Chairman of the school’s Sequential Arts Department. Students were instructed to immerse themselves in the work of “Spy” creator Antonio Prohias, and then come up with their best black-and-white take on the eternal antagonists.