3D Brings It Home

As big a fan as I am of your superhero/cowboy vs. aliens/evil scientist summer blockbuster, I absolutely despise the 3D technology that I’m supposed to enjoy them in.

When 3D first made its comeback a few years ago it was like visiting an old friend again. “Well if it isn’t 3D! I haven’t seen you since ‘Son of Sinbad’!”

But now 3D is that relative who comes for a visit and can’t figure out when to leave. “So, 3D, big day tomorrow. Yep, gotta get up early. Gonna be a long day for everyone, I bet. Yawn….”

The nice thing about being a cartoonist is you get to poke fun at these things in a public, yet more or less anonymous way. After all, I don’t want to hurt 3D’s feelings. (I just want 3D to go home.)

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Mark Anderson


Mark Anderson Mark Anderson's cartoons appear in publications including Forbes, The Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review. His business cartoons are available for licensing at his website, Andertoons.com.

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  1. Yes, I feel the same way about 3D movies and fun cartoon of course!

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