O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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Now on to the bit!
So every week, I ask a question here. You reply to it on our Twitter page (just write @csbg with your reply) and our blog sketch artists will each pick one of your suggestions and I will post them here every week. So every week you will have a new question and you will see the choices picked from the previous week. Here is an archive of all the previous editions of The Line It Is Drawn!
To qualify, you have to be following us when you reply – so go follow us and then give your answer to the following question/challenge (All suggestions due by 3pm Pacific Friday).
The topic is…
With the news that J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman are leaving Batwoman, we thought it would be interesting to have you come up with all-time dream runs that would never happen on various superhero titles and our artists will try to make it come to life as best that they can. Ernest Hemingway/Steve Ditko on Superman? Bill Watterson on X-Force? James Joyce/Pablo Picasso on Spider-Man? Feel free to get weird!
Read on for the sketches that came about courtesy of the last question/challenge!
The theme is “What if…?” You come up with the description for an issue of What If…? (whatever comic book company you’d like) and our artists will come up with what they think the end result of that What If…? would be.
I’ll put them in alphabetical order based on the name of the Twitter user who made the suggestion.
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What if Kal-El’s Rocket had landed on Tatooine?
Nelson Flores did the art for this one.
What if Batman Beyond had been a 1930’s Flash Gordon style movie serial?
Robert Rath did the art for this one. Here is his website.
What if Space Ghost had joined the Super Friends?
John Trumbull drew this one. Here is his website.
What if Squirrel Girl became the new Ghost Rider?
Brendan Tobin is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
What if Captain America saved Dr. Erskine?
Nick Perks is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
What If comic heroes aged realistically?
Paul Hostetler did the art for this one. Here is his website.
What if Charlie Brown was the one chosen to be Green Lantern? GOOD GRIEF.
Nick Perks is also the artist for this one. Here is his website.
What If Captain America and Wonder Woman met during WWII?
Cynthia “Thea” Rodgers drew this one. Her website is here. When Amanda Rodgers throws her mighty shield, all those who choose to oppose her shield must yield! If she’s led to a fight and a duel is due, then the red and the white and the blue will come through, when Amanda Rodgers throws her mighty shield! Her mighty shield aren’t the only reds, whites and blues this colorist uses! Check out more from her at her website here.
What If Magneto and his family were saved by Captain America in WWII?
Nick Perks is also the artist for this one, as well. Here is his website.
What if Captain Mal Reynolds ran the Enterprise?
Axel Medellin drew this one. His website is here.
What if Robin was actually just Batman’s imaginary friend this whole time?
Bill Walko drew this one. His website is here.
Great work, everybody!
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