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February 1, 2009 2:16 PM

Super Bowl Blog Party Toons

Thanks for a fun Blog party. Hope you enjoyed the toons. All those who entered the Contests please send me your contact information at sportoonz@aol.com

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Discussion

  • February 1, 2009

    2:24 PM

    drew writes:

    Previous comments from Saturday and this morning will be counted in the contest entries.

  • February 1, 2009

    3:00 PM

    Pherd_Marcos writes:

    Re: Shannon Sharpe.

    I think that his being nominated would be considered quite an honor. When you consider how many people who've played never get that.

    Billy Van Heusen for one.

  • February 1, 2009

    4:50 PM

    Drew writes:

    Still taking entries for the game. Get 'em in now

  • February 1, 2009

    6:53 PM

    Jenny writes:

    I predict the final score will be Steelers 27-17 (even though I wish the Cardinals would win!).

    I enjoyed the Kurt Warner cartoon for halftime.

    Also did you see Elway in the Heroes commercial?

  • February 1, 2009

    7:02 PM

    Drew writes:

    Hi Jenny,

    No, I missed Elway in the heroes commercial. Probably had my head down drawing. Was it funny?

  • February 1, 2009

    7:17 PM

    Jenny writes:

    The commercial was decent. He flew in and one of the Heroes characters said, "I knew he was one of us." I think it hearkened back to the helicopter play.

  • February 1, 2009

    7:21 PM

    Vinny writes:

    How many times will the zebras decide the game before everyone realizes that the outcome is pre-determined?

  • February 1, 2009

    7:26 PM

    Drew writes:

    Hi, Vinny,

    Sometimes one team just gets the bad calls...Nice Touchdown catch by Larry Fitzgerald

  • February 1, 2009

    7:50 PM

    Drew writes:

    Another amazing catch by Fitzgerald!

  • February 1, 2009

    7:54 PM

    G=Rant writes:

    Drew, is Kurt Warner going to use that to lasso the Steelers?? :)

  • February 1, 2009

    7:55 PM

    Drew writes:

    Is it just me or have the Super Bowl ads been a little weak this year?

  • February 1, 2009

    7:57 PM

    Drew writes:

    G=Rant,

    Could be. What a turn here in the 4th, huh.

  • February 1, 2009

    8:12 PM

    G=Rant writes:

    Drew, I second that on the commercials, I guess Warner did what he could. I am SHOCKED that they didn't review that last throw/fumble though.

  • February 1, 2009

    8:17 PM

    Vinny writes:

    pro sports can lolly pop my big fat weenis

  • February 1, 2009

    8:18 PM

    G=Rant writes:

    Yeah, Me too. They did review it but to me it looked like his arm was going forward. Heck of a game, though I admit, I was rooting for overtime. Drawing this blog has been so much fun!

  • February 1, 2009

    8:23 PM

    Drew writes:

    G=Rant,
    Some how the comment went wrong. But that's cool, you know what I mean

  • February 1, 2009

    8:25 PM

    Drew writes:

    Vinny,

    Don't tell me you lost the office pool?

  • February 1, 2009

    8:30 PM

    G=Rant writes:

    The cartoons were AWESOME as usual. It would have been a nice touch if any of the Steelers had given recognition to the great game that Arizona played.

  • February 1, 2009

    8:38 PM

    G=Rant writes:

    P.S. Couldn't agree more with you Sharpe, but his day will come soon!

  • February 1, 2009

    8:42 PM

    Dave writes:

    Pretty good game, not quite to up to the level of last year but good. Great toons too Drew, love the Sharpe ones. I thought he was a lock!

    Oh yea. Did I win? :-P

  • February 1, 2009

    8:52 PM

    Penfold writes:

    Hey Drew,

    If I have actually won something (I haven't even checked the stat sheet anyway), I'd love for you to give a t-shirt or drawing to some young fan. While I appreciate the gesture of offering a prize, I think it would be nice to send it to a kid at Children's Hospital or something. Is this possible?

    A nice finish to the game. I will say that I feel quite a bit for Warner and particularly Fitzgerald. They had it. The Arizona defense just let the Steelers walk down the field.

    Oh well. At least it wasn't a blowout.

    Thanks.

  • February 1, 2009

    8:55 PM

    Drew writes:

    Dave, and all-award winners contact me...Sportoonz@aol.com

  • February 1, 2009

    8:56 PM

    Paul writes:

    I'm a little sick and tired of the stupid baby in the ETrade ads. And when, oh, when will godaddy.com finally go out of business. I mean....seriously.

    Yes, the ads were bad. Real bad.

  • February 1, 2009

    9:06 PM

    drew writes:

    Penfold,

    Great idea. Most of the shirts are a little large but I'll take a look at what's in stock

  • February 1, 2009

    10:19 PM

    Penfold writes:

    Thanks Drew.

    Not that I don't sincerely appreciate the offer if I've qualified, but I would love for something to go to a child or person who needs a little pick me up. That would be really great. By all mean, if you do so, present it to that child/person from all of us at Win, Lose & Drew. Much appreciated. Thanks for hosting your blog party today.

  • February 2, 2009

    12:00 AM

    Brian writes:

    Hey Drew ... Fantastic work! Love the idea of live-blogging via cartoons. You're going to do that every sporting event now, right? :)

  • February 2, 2009

    7:32 AM

    Jeremy writes:

    Great work on the Super Bowl toons Drew. I am always impressed by your ability to publish toons with such a quick turnaround time.

  • February 2, 2009

    8:19 AM

    jon writes:

    Nice job doctoring the errant "E" in "seperated" in Ben's cartoon(see print edition)...do the readers have to proofread your cartoons? Only someone genuinely related to Mr. Potato would slam a celebrity and include misspellings.

  • February 2, 2009

    10:04 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Jon,

    Do you realize that Drew is sketching at light speed during his blogs like this? Give him a break.

    How about if I nitpick your post?

    You didn't leave a space between "cartoon" and "(see print edition)".

    Pot meet Kettle.

  • February 2, 2009

    11:03 AM

    good ol' george writes:

    Why didn't Bruce Springsteen sing "Born in the USA"?
    Great game. The better team won, though not the right team. One more thing: the penalties against the Cardinals were actually real, unlike the ones called against the Seahawks when Pittsburgh last won.

  • February 2, 2009

    11:03 AM

    good ol' george writes:

    Why didn't Bruce Springsteen sing "Born in the USA"?
    Great game. The better team won, though not the right team. One more thing: the penalties against the Cardinals were actually real, unlike the ones called against the Seahawks when Pittsburgh last won.

  • February 3, 2009

    11:43 AM

    Brian Turco writes:

    Bruce didn't sing 'Born In The USA because it's a song about the attrocities our county did to Vietnam Vets, not a song about American Pride, though many think that's what it's about.

  • February 4, 2009

    7:39 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Exactly Brian.

    I get ticked off when people assume that Springsteen's songs are about happy times and that we all should just wave the red, white and blue proudly.

    The U.S.A. is anything but united.

    First off, we raped the land from the native people of this land. We have also fought a Civil War that included brothers killing brothers.

    Vietman was as almost as stupid as the Iraq War. Almost, but not quite.

    The U.S.A truly sucks as an example of what a country should be. This country hasn't been United in at least 200 years, if ever.

  • December 31, 2009

    11:32 AM

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    11:08 AM

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  • April 25, 2010

    8:15 PM

    rybbydiaspolkin writes:

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