Friends, if McBone is looking a bit different these days, don't adjust that dial! Never ones to stand idle, we've done bit of remodeling, and we've got a brand new banner decorating the place. Call it a new look for a new era, though perhaps you'll find it somewhat familiar as well. You should! It was designed by none other than the official cartoonist of McBone, and partner blogger, Kid Shay. That's right, my buddy Josh accepted the challenging commission (the terms of which have yet to be hashed out in their entirety), and came up with a design that I think you'll agree is positively corking.
Always a talented artist, Josh has risen to greatness ever since selling his soul to the devil a couple of years ago. Though he may regret that decision in the hereafter, we're glad he did it! He's slapped a generous coating of his unique and ill-gotten ability right here, and we thank him for it. Hey, hey, there's Stabbone and McGraw themselves, fully moustashioed and arrayed as they were before their mysterious disappearance in 1967. Behold the skyline of the greatest city in the Midwest, Cleveland. Terminal Tower, Key Tower, the AT&T Building, Jacob's Field...it's all there in painstaking detail. The historic Hope Memorial Bridge spans the foreground, linking downtown to the west side and the warehouse where Stabbone made his infamous last stand.
And there, like Godzilla walking among the skyscrapers, is Chan Marshall, watching over our little blog and making sure that everything in the McBoniverse reamains, as it has been since 2007, mayonnaise-free. Don't cross her! This gal breathes fire.
McBone is honored to have Josh's art gracing the top of our blog. We couldn't be happier with it and we hope you like it too. For those of you who hate change, don't worry. We're still chock full of that good old-fashioned, extra chewy McBone wisdom. Come get it while it's hot!