— a site that, among other things, runs Mac-related cartoons — has introduced
MacLib, a new, interactive Mac-themed cartoon in which viewers can submit their own captions and vote for their favorite punch lines.
The cartoons are illustrated by Bill Alger, known for his work with DC’s “Big Book of Freaks” and “Big Book of the ’70s,” in addition to his current work with DC Comics’ Cartoon Network line of books.
“We encourage all Mac enthusiasts with a sense of humor to join in the fun,” William Levin, the original Macboy, told MacCentral.
Macboy.com is also home to “Zap the PRAM — and Other Placebos,” an original cartoon series “about Macintosh culture, produced on a Macintosh computer, for Macintosh fans everywhere,” Levin said.