Sergio Aragonés' head
|Sergio Aragonés' head
|Date of birth
|6 September, 1937
|Planet of origin
|"Delivery-Boy Man" (US#S03)
Sergio Aragonés is a cartoonist and writer best known for his contributions to Mad Magazine and the comic book Groo the Wanderer, which he created. As a head in a jar in the 31st century, he seems to be the last professional comic writer.
His visited the Intergalactic Comic-Con in August of 3010. There, he met Philip J. Fry and the first version of his comic. He said it stinks. Aragonés gave Fry his mustache, which apparently has brought him nothing but misery.
- In both appearances he loses his moustache and it is briefly worn by Fry.
Fry: Mr. Aragonés, I'm a big fan of your cartoons and your mustache.
Sergio Aragonés' head: You want it? Take it. It's brought me nothing but misery.
Fry: Wow. Thanks! [He rips the mustache off Aragonés' face and puts it on. Aragonés screams.] If you could just quiet down, I wanted to get your opinion of my comic book.
Sergio Aragonés' head: Señor, anyone who still writes comics is a hero to me. [He smiles. Fry shows him the comic and he stops smiling.] Mmm. It stinks. But, um, I do like the tiny doodles in the margins.
Fry: Oh, that's just some relish from a hot dog I found.