Homer Simpson head
Item: #FDGE7958
Original production drawing from 'The Simpsons'. Episode Synopsis, Treehouse of Horror XIX originally aired on November 2, 2008. The episode contains three segments "Untitled Robot Parody" in which Transformer robots run amok in Springfield, "How to Get Ahead in Deadvertising" in which Homer is hired by ad agents to kill celebrities so their images can be used for free and "It's the Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse," a parody of "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" when Milhouse summons a demon pumpkin who goes beserk when it sees humans carving its brethren into jack-o-lanterns as part of Halloween tradition. Featured here is Homer Simpson.
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Original production drawings are one-of-a-kind pieces of animation art. Prior to the creation of cels, each character pose and action must be drawn in pencil. These drawings are the artistic backbone of the film or television show, and are much in demand by collectors.

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