Marvin K. Mooney's home at the official Seussville website.
The Dr. Seuss National Memorial comes with a biography and a statue. Nice.
Although we love Marvin K. Mooney, we've got to give Dr. Seuss the props as well. Informative props found here.
Someone actually made a Zike-bike? Is that legal? Or safe?
Seuss's widow, Audrey, gives a rare interview about the dearly departed doc.
This isn't the only time Nixon's name made something funnier. But certainly one of the best.
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt finds his name rewritten into the very same poem Nixon found himself in almost thirty years ago. We're not so different after all.
Even Hillary Clinton got the Marvin K. Mooney treatment back in 2008 when she refused to stop running against Barack Obama. Wonder how many more times it'll happen?
The White House's official page for the president Seuss loved to not love.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is given the Marvin K. treatment with a hint of Terminator for flavor. We're not joking. See for yourself.
They say Dr. Seuss: Rhymes and Reasons is a documentary, but it feels more like a shrine in Internet video form.
When the real life Marvin K. Mooney finally decided to leave, this was his transportation mode of choice.
Would Seuss laugh uproariously or cringe fearfully at this clip from Futurama?
A reading of Marvin K. Mooney by a 3rd grader. It's well read and comes equipped with fairy wand sound effects. Why fairy wand? Why not?
When you're in the bookstore, this is the cover to look for.
When being addressed in Hebrew, Marvin K. must go the other way.
Marvin K. may be absent from this Internet meme, but that only makes it a little less awesome.
Hosni S. Mubarak is given the Mooney meme treatment.
We don't think you'll find this old school cover anywhere, but it's still pretty cool.