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This was published in the Souvenir Book of this past SDCC... I always wanted to draw these characters, so, just for fun...
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Girls and boys, today at your comic shop, Elephantmen 45, written by Richard Starkings and drawn by yours truly.

Full preview here:

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Have a nice comic day, folks.
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Girls and boys, out in the world this wednesday from Image Comics, Elephantmen 39, the conclusion of the "Killing Season" story arc. Here's the cover:

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Story by Richard Starkings, art by yours truly. All 38 pages of it. This one made me suffer, but I have to say it's an issue I'm particularly proud of. Check it out if you have the chance.

Have a nice week, folks.
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Once again, The Line it is Drawn's theme this week is Album Cover Homages. The original Beatles cover for Abbey Road can be seen here: [link] Colors by my daughter, :iconamandarodgers:

See the other great pieces here:

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Or check out our group:

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Custom Copic marker sketch cover also signed by Stan Lee
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Howdy Pardners,
Here's one of a few cards I've donated to The Hero Initiative today.
If your interested in acquiring it email Jim Mclauchlin at hero
(james.mclauchlin.778@gmail.com) and he will let you know how to make it happen. The Hero initiative gives back to the comic book illustrator community like no other organization.
Check it out here:
[link]
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Here's a tribute to the awesome Frank Welker! He's one of the most talented voice actors and he's really good at making animal sounds such as cats and dogs.

For speaking roles:

1. Fred Jones from Scooby Doo (Frank also did the voice for Scooby, but the only thing I remember was in Looney Tunes: Back in Action)
2. Dynomutt (Blue Falcon's dog sidekick on Scooby Doo and Dexter's Laboratory)
3. The Hermit of the Hills from this one Scooby Doo episode "Jeepers, It's The Creeper"
4. Speed Buggy
5. Hefty Smurf from the Smurfs
6. Dr. Claw from Inspector Gadget
7. Kermit and Skeeter on Muppet Babies
8. The Beagle Boys and Bubbu on DuckTales
9. Booker, Sheldon, and Bo Sheep on Garfield and Friends (Ever since Lorenzo Music's death, Frank also took over Garfield's voice)
10. Tummi Gummi from Disney's Gummi Bears (Same thing I said about Garfield)
11. Zipper from Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers
12. Gogo from Tiny Toon Adventures
13. The Cave of Wonders from Aladdin
14. Ralph the Security Guard , Runt, and Flavio on Animaniacs (I borrowed the Ralph picture from :icontiny-toons-fan:)
15. Horror the Hunchbook from the Pagemaster
16. The Infraggable Krunk from the Justice Friends (Skit of Dexter's Laboratory)
17. The Chameleon from Disney's Mighty Ducks
18. Farley Wink from Cats Don't Dance

For animal sound roles:

1. Dino from the Flintstones (Since Mel Blanc's death)
2. Brain the dog and Dr. Claw's cat in Inspector Gadget
3. Furrball from Tiny Toon Adventures
4. The Footstool from Beauty and the Beast
5. Abu the monkey and Rajah the tiger in Aladdin
6. Waffles and Chainsaw from Goof Troop
7. Buttons from Animaniacs
8. Bronx from Gargoyles
9. Bigfoot from A Goofy Movie
10. Shag from Road Rovers (I borrowed it from :icontiny-toons-fan:)
11. Pegasus from Hercules
12. Herman Melville the monster of Lucky Duck Lake in Doug's 1st Movie
13. Figaro in Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas and House of Mouse
14. Bruno and Lucifer in the Cinderella sequels
15. Boskov the Bear in Evil Con Carne and the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
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Howdy Pardners,
Here's one of a few cards I've donated to The Hero Initiative today.
If your interested in acquiring it email Jim Mclauchlin at hero
(james.mclauchlin.778@gmail.com) and he will let you know how to make it happen. The Hero initiative gives back to the comic book illustrator community like no other organization.
Check it out here:
[link]
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Here's Bugs Bunny and Woody Woodpecker having a tribute to Neil Armstrong (the first human on the moon) who died yesterday at night. Both Bugs Bunny and Woody Woodpecker already been on moon (Haredevil Hare [link] and Woodpecker in the Moon [link] ) before Armstrong.

We never forget you.

Bugs Bunny is owned by Warner Bros.
Woody Woodpecker is owned by Universal Studios and Walter Lantz Productions, inc.
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The Line It Is Drawn #91: Jonah Hex with the Gotham by Gaslight Batman! In honor of comic book artist & Jonah Hex co-creator Tony DeZuniga, it's Jonah Hex theme week at the Line It Is Drawn!

I chose the suggestion to team up Hex with the Gotham by Gaslight Batman. Once I had that, I knew I had to have Hex meet his modern day DCU counterpart, Two-Face!

I decided to use the old, haggard-looking Jonah Hex as he appeared in the Batman: The Animated series episode "Showdown", which took place in 1883, just 6 years before Gotham by Gaslight. And for Two-Face, I decide to emulate the Jack Burnley version, since for my money, that's the best the character has ever looked. Check out Burnley's terrific Two-Face here: [link]

GREAT fun doing this one. This was one of those times when the drawing went very easily and everything came out the way I wanted it to. Very nice change of pace after all the frustration the Galactus/Planetary illustration gave me last week. Can YOU spot the obscure Jonah Hex reference I snuck into the background?

You can see all the other entries here: [link]

If you have a Facebook account and would like to see a step-by-step on the creation of this piece, you can check it out the album I put together here: [link]
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