The Line it is Drawn #141 – Rejected Children’s Books Starring Comic Book Characters
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In honor of my pal (and blog co-founder) Alex Cox’s story in this week’s Adventure Time Annual, team-up or mash-up comic book characters with characters from Adventure Time!
Read on for the sketches that came about courtesy of the last question/challenge!
Time to get your creative juices flowing! This week’s topic is Rejected Children’s Books Starring Comic Characters. How Ant-Man Ruined Christmas, Thanos’ Rainy Day Activity Book, stuff like that
I’ll put them in alphabetical order based on the name of the Twitter user who made the suggestion.
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Before we begin, I’d like to take the opportunity to say goodbye to ANOTHER one of our Liners. Daniel Cox has always been really busy on a lot of different awesome projects (he storyboarded a goodly amount of the new Wolverine movie, for instance and he was the visual effects art director on The Great Gatsby), so he ultimately decided he’d rather not take up a spot if he couldn’t contribute on a more regular basis. Be sure to follow Daniel at his website to see what he has coming up in the future (although I’ll be sure to plug it here, as well)!
As another Liner exits, another new Liner enters. Please welcome the newest Liner, Nelson Flores! Here is Nelson’s first piece, based on a BeccaDannysWife/happysorceress/mikecantalupo/rulerbulon suggestion of
Goodnight Moon Knight
Great debut, Nelson!
Okay, on with the rest of the show!
The Very Hungry Galactus
Josh Gowdy drew this one. His website is here.
Fun With Dick And Jane Vs aliens
Nick Perks is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Green Lantern and Ham
Chaz is the artist for this one.
Little Golden Book’s Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on a Serious Earth (drawn Bruce Timm-style)
John Trumbull drew this one. Here is his website.
Are you my MODOK?
Brendan Tobin is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Superboy in My Two Dads
Sean McFarland is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Are You There God? It’s me Rogue
Robert Rath did the art for this one. Here is his website.
Batman’s How to Make Friends
Sean McFarland is ALSO the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Alan Moore’s Scary Stories
Paul Hostetler did the art for this one. Here is his website.
The Cat(woman) in the Sack
Axel Medellin drew this one. His website is here.
“What’s Happening to Me?” – An illustrated guide about gaining Mutant Powers from the Xavier Institute
Bill Walko drew this one. His website is here.
Deadpool in Wonderland
Marco D’Alfonso drew this one. Here is his website.
The Paperbag Princess Koriand’r
Xum Yukinori drew this one. Here is his website.
There’s a Mutant at the End Of This Book (Beast)
Great work, everybody! We’ll miss you, Daniel! Welcome to the party, Nelson!
Now you readers go tweet us suggestions for next week’s topic!