Category: Art

Mungo: S05E03

It’s the start of a new month, so it must be time for a new Mungo, and this months episode sees our hero going crazy with power, as is his wont. This months Mungo is drawn, as ever, by our very own Dotmund, who does it with his tongue sticking out the corner of his mouth. Just like he does, we are reliably informed, many other things. There’s a bigger version of it here. You can follow Dotmund on Twitter by clicking here. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking...

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Mungo: S05E02

It’s the last Thursday of the month, so it’s time for the second Mungo of this new series. Mungo McCrackas is, as those amongst you with long memories may remember, is back in Scotland but this month he takes a back seat as we have a look at his new clubs Dutch goalkeeper. Mungo is brought to you by Ted Carter, whose series on serial killers – amongst many other things – can be seen here, while his other artwork can be seen by clicking here. Click here for bigger. You can follow Dotmund on Twitter by clicking here....

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New Season, New Mungo: S05E01

It is that time again. The story of Mungo McCrackas and his time with Heart of Clackmannanshire and Primrose Hill Ramblers is too convoluted to go into here (the full Mungo archive can be seen here), but we are delighted to confirm that the worst professional footballer in the world is back for a fifth series, kicking off this morning on 200%. After a brief stay in London – and an even briefer one in space – Mungo is back in Scotland for the new season and our first episode sees him back from retirement to be reunited with...

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What The Premier League Clubs Kits Should Look Like: Part Two

With just days left until the start of the Premier League season, our very own artist Ted Carter has been continuing to amuse himself by deciding unilaterally what the kits of the divisions clubs should be look like, and he has allowed us to share these with you. The artist would like it to be remembered that he is colour-blind, and that you can see Part One of this mini-series here. For those of you that are concerned by such things, Mungo will return for another series on the thirtieth of August. Queens Park Rangers   Reading Southampton Stoke City Sunderland   Swansea City   Tottenham Hotspur   West Bromwich Albion   West Ham United   Wigan Athletic   You can follow Dotmund on Twitter by clicking here. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking...

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