The return of cartoon remixing

By Amanda Marcotte
Friday, September 17, 2010 18:25 EDT
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For this post, at least. Barry has requested that the internets come together as one to make fun of an unfunny, misogynist cartoon, repairing both the humor and the anti-woman attitudes. If you can include a little mockery of anxious masculinity and douchebaggery in general, so much the better. Since Pandagon is the original home of these kind of cartoon remixes—at least when it came to “Day by Day”—and since Barry kindly made a version of the cartoon with the bubbles cleared out, I thought I’d participate. Here’s the original:

I went to their website and discovered that a major theme was that women minds, desires, and non-sexual pursuits are nothing but obstacles between men and the vaginas that belong rightfully to said men.

Anyway, I thought I’d have some fun with it.


Leave yours in comments. Barry said I could put a copy of the blank one in the post to make it easier if you want to photoshop it. It’s under the fold. But in the grand tradition of Pandagon remixes, if you want to go lazy and just leave your dialogue in comments, that’s also welcome.

Amanda Marcotte
Amanda Marcotte
Amanda Marcotte is a freelance journalist born and bred in Texas, but now living in the writer reserve of Brooklyn. She focuses on feminism, national politics, and pop culture, with the order shifting depending on her mood and the state of the nation.
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