To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Spy vs. Spy, we send a bunch of “blank” Spy toys to different artists to customize! And each weekday, we’re going to spotlight a different amazing figure! Today we’re featuring Peter Bagge’s fantastic, gender-bending design, entitled “Spyrina”! Sexy…yet haunting!
It’s a brand new week! And that also means a brand new custom Spy figure to celebrate Spy vs. Spy’s 50th anniversary! Today, we’re keeping the party going with this delightful design from the legendary Al Jaffee!
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Here’s the deal — it’s the 50th Anniversary of Spy vs. Spy! And, to celebrate, every weekday we’re showing a different awesome custom Spy figure! Today’s incredible design, entitled “1:87”, is by Shawn Knapp! Lookit those tiny people!
For the 50th Anniversary of Antonio Prohias’ legendary feature, Spy vs. Spy, we sent blank Spy figures to a bunch of terrific artists to decorate however they liked. But it wouldn’t be a proper tribute to Antonio if it didn’t involve his family! His granddaughter Jessica rallied her relatives and worked with sculptor Lisa Barnstone to create “The Prohias Family’s Prohias” — an incredible Spy that combines the Spy and Antonio himself — right down to his cigarette, guayabera and drafting table!
It’s the 50th anniversary of Spy vs. Spy! And that means each weekday we’re featuring a different, awesome custom Spy toy design! Today we’re showing off the work of Dave Perillo, and his great Tin Man-esque Spy!
Recently, media mogul and all around douchebag, Rupert Murdoch, released an apology letter in response to the News of the World phone hacking scandal. The letter published in the Saturday newspaper was not the original letter Murdoch intended for the public to see. Luckily MAD’s Hacking Department was able to find his rough draft.