Ad-supported global mobile community Cellufun has commissioned cartoonist Marc Tyler Nobleman, known for his satirical look at life, work and play, to create Noble Mania, a new series of single-framed cartoons exclusively for mobile devices.
Noblemans cartoons have appeared in more than 100 national and international media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Good Housekeeping. His amusing take on the world is included in Noble Mania, a collection of single-panel drawings that poke fun at everything.
All topics that consumers talk and read about in their daily lives are fair game, with business, pop culture, family, and romantic relationships taking center-screen says Nobleman.
The addition of Noble Mania will inject a humorous edge into Cellufuns offerings, which also include ad-sponsored and free mobile multi-player and single-player games. The companys most popular games, including MobilePets, Sudoku and Orions Belt, can be played on all existing and next-generation mobile phones.
By having Noblemans cartoons in our collection, were providing our loyal members with the most fresh and unique content, and giving them one more reason to keep visiting us, says Cellufun CEO Arthur Goikhman. Our goal is to never be stale and deliver new entertainment and features to encourage Cellufun users to come back for more.
Noblemans cartoons began appearing in magazines in 1999, but this is the first time his work has been distributed to a mobile gaming community. Nobleman is also an author, having published 60 titles mostly of childrens books. You can see examples of his work on his website http://www.mtncartoons.com/
Noble Mania is available for free by going to Cellufuns mobile Internet site at http://wap.cellufun.com and selecting 'Comics'. Users can also download content, including mobile games, from the Cellufun website. Cellufun reaches audiences in 130 countries, served by 170 carriers.