in search of Stupidity: The Lost Cartoons

Never used, but not forgotten.

Enjoy These Classic Cartoons

The first edition of In Search of Stupidity: Over 20 Years of High-Tech Marketing Disasters was released in 2002.

During its development, a first set of cartoons for each chapter was developed by a talented artist, Harry Bernard, but I ultimately rejected them because there was a unanimous consensus amongst advanced review readers that Harry’s work was too “painterly” (not surprising because he’s a painter).

In any event, this early series has never been released to the public, and here’s your chance to finally see them. 

The second set consists of cartoons that have been replace in the third edition of Stupidity. They’ve done yeoman work, but it was time for them to make room for a new generation of toons! Enjoy these classics as they relax in their well-earned retirement.

Never Made the Big Time​

Retired but Not Forgotten


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