X-POSITION: Bennett Talks "Years Of Future Past's" Teenage Mutant Savior Heroes
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…
A famous cover motif from DC’s Silver Age was so-called “Superdickery,” where it would seem like Superman was doing something cruel for no good reason (inside the comic you’d realize that it was all for a good reason – he was attacking Jimmy Olsen because Jimmy was secretly a bad guy disguised as Jimmy, stuff like that). There’s a whole site devoted to the concept. This week’s theme is doing MODERN version of Superdickery covers. For example, Lois Lane aghast at Superman, who is on his iPad “Why did you unfriend me on Facebook, Superman? Why?!?”
Read on for the sketches that came about courtesy of the last question/challenge!
In honor of the great Robin Williams, team-up or mash-up comic book characters with Robin Williams characters from film or television
I’ll put them in alphabetical order based on the name of the Twitter user who made the suggestion.
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First off, David Branstetter did a tribute on his own before I even announced the theme.
So this piece was drawn by David Branstetter. Here is his website.
Mork’s son is…Howard the Duck?!
This one was drawn by Rachel Ordway. Here is her website.
Jakeem Thunder and Genie.
This one was drawn by Tsubasa Yozora. Here is his website.
The Genie from Aladdin turning down an invite from the Green Lantern
Nelson Flores did the art for this one.
Deadpool in Mrs. Doubtfire
This one was drawn by Fernando Pinto (back after a quick break!). Here is his website.
Alan Scott and the Genie
Nick Perks is the artist for this one. Here is his website.
John Keating teaching at Xavier Institute
Axel Medellin drew this one. His website is here.
Rainbow Randolph as the Kingpin
This one was drawn by Mathieu Parent. Here is his website.
Lara Croft finds the genie’s lamp (Aladdin)
Chaz is the artist on this one.
Mork and Mr. Mytzlplk
Xum Yukinori drew this one. Here is his website.
Mork and Superman
Cynthia “Thea” Sousa drew this one. Her website is here. Life is your restaurant and Amanda is your maitre’d. Come on whisper what it is you want; You ain’t never had friend like her! Celebrate that friendship by checking out her website here to see her work!.
Hellboy finds the Genie’s lamp.
Paul Hostetler did the art for this one. Here is his website.
Great work, everyone! A fine tribute to a comic legend!
Now all of you readers get to Twitter and come up with some suggestions for next week!
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