To Matt Groening, John Costanza, Phyllis Novin and Howard Shum "remain true." The artists do more than merely emulate Groening. In the vibrant and varied color palettes of Art Villanueva and Joey Mason, they evoke emotion within the confines of style--Edna's and Seymour's row. They provide impressive period backdrops for Mr. Burns' showcase. They pay attention to demands of antiquated fashion for Lisa and Nelson's romp. They dramatize the splatterpunk of Itchy and Scratchy. They evoke atmosphere for Homer's turn at royalty. Read Full Review
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