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Welcome to our weekly gallery of amazing art by our great collection of artistic talent, all working from YOUR suggestions!
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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…
For our annual Halloween edition, place comic characters into famous horror stories, whether they be novels, short stories, movies or television shows
Read on for the sketches that came about courtesy of the last question/challenge!
Because John Trumbull demanded it, it’s Detective Munch Week! Richard Belzer’s Detective Munch retired earlier this week from Law and Order: SVU. His retirement ends an impressive career for a fictional character, as he has the record for appearing in the most television series by a single fictional character, appearing on nine different TV series as Detective Munch over 22 years. Now we’ll celebrate his retirement by extending his crossover streak to comic books, as well! Name a comic book that you’d like to see Detective Munch crossover into!
I’ll put them in alphabetical order based on the name of the Twitter user who made the suggestion.
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“Who watches the Watchmen?” John Munch, that’s who
Nick Perks is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Without Munch, it’s Crisis on #DwayneMcDuffie’s Snowglobe Earth.
Det Munch & the Superfriends. The 70s were a weird time for everyone.
Munch/comic book mashups I’d like to see Det. Munch and Ice-T looking into allegations of abuse between The Comedian and Silk Spectre.
Detective Munch and DCAU Question discuss conspiracy theories…
Munch questioning Lex Luthor about the whereabouts of Otis. (Why does that guy look so familiar?)
Munch investigating a Joker Fish killing at the docks for Baltimore Homicide.
Detective Munch should clearly be a legacy character – Detective Munch as part of the Science Police in the 31st century!
John Trumbull drew ALL of these suggestions in this one. Here is his website.
Munch & Detective Chimp
Brendan Tobin is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Munch is Judge Dredd.
Steve Howard is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
Munch fills in for Jim Gordon in Detective Comics/Batman.
Axel Medellin drew this one. His website is here.
John Munch – Green Lantern.
Xum Yukinori used this suggestion to springboard into a larger piece. Here is his website.
Detective Munch is really the Martian Manhunter and that’s why he keeps popping up everywhere.
Robert Rath did the art for this one. Here is his website.
Too many people to name suggested
Paul Hostetler did the art for this one. Here is his website.
Good stuff, folks!
Okay, everyone, go make suggestions for next week’s scary Halloween Line!
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