Thursday, July 24, 2014

Farewell to the Chief!

Wolfman's T-shirt of the Day.  

The last Tee made using Chief Illiniwek, the symbol of the University of Illinois from 1926 until he was retired in 2007.


The Chief wore authentic Sioux regalia and did a tribal dance at the halftimes of football and basketball games.

Chief Illiniwek was replaced as the University symbol by Mr. Cornstalk who does a twisty, bendy halftime dance called The Cornhole.  Miley Cyrus has been spotted at games scouting Mr. Cornstalk's routine.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

I Heart China!

Wolfman's T-shirt of the Day. 

 我心中国。这里有一个T恤我买的SHANGAI街上。


我不知道这样说。我只是喜欢的设计。我想这一定是一些深层次的,有意义的中国谚语或智慧的古老位。我的一位中国人讲朋友翻译了。它说,我爱中国。它们虽然不深刻,肯定是真的!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Wolf Tee!

Wolfman's T-shirt of the Day.  

The extremely personable and hard working (writer, yoga instructor, yoga studio administrator) Kate Robinson wearing her colorful and entirely appropriate Wolf head Tee.


The design is 3-D.  If you pop on the right glasses, the wolf will open his mouth, bare his teeth, and bite you on the ass if you're not doing your down dog correctly.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Amazing New from AMAZING Stories!

Amazing stories is printing an excerpt of my latest Roger Rabbit novel Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? Look for it on Monday. Read about it here!

http://amazingstoriesmag.com/2014/07/amazing-news-gary-k-wolfs-wacked-roger-rabbit-monday/

Wearing My Book On My Chest.

Wolfman's T-shirt of the Day. 

Still have a few of these left for sale.  The books, not the Tee.  You can get a digital version here for $4.99.  http://musapublishing.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=6&products_id=651


If you want a trade paperback copy, send me a message and I'll give you details.  One of those will cost you more.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

An Oldie But Goodie. Article, that is.

A nice article from 5 years ago on the 20th Anniversary of Who Framed Roger Rabbit.  Interviews with Don Hahn, Tom Sito, James Baxter, Ken Ralston, and the incredible Dick Williams.

http://www.awn.com/animationworld/roger-rabbit-turns-20

The book or the movie? You decide.

Interesting comparison between the Roger Rabbit novel and the Roger Rabbit movie.

http://www.geekjuicemedia.com/shows/jaimetud/from-pages-to-pictures/who-framedcensored-roger-rabbit/