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Girls and boys, this week in The Line it is Drawn, Rock and Roll Super heroes! Not a Black Sabbath fan, but the image they suggested was pretty obvious...

The rest of the gallery here:

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Have a nice weekend, folks.
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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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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.

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Girls and boys, this week in The Line it is Drawn, the theme was James Bond. Not a huge 007 fan, I've probably seen half the movies. But, well, I love drawing Emma, and as soon as I saw Robert McGinnis' poster I was inspired. Of course, it looked better in my mind, but there you go.

The full gallery here, and all the pieces are killers:
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Here is my tribute to American actor, director, voice actor, and comedian Hank Azaria.
He was trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.

Known for playing multiple characters on the Simpsons including Moe, Wiggum and Apu,Comic Book Guy, Carl Carlson, Cletus Spuckler, Professor Frink, Dr. Nick Riviera, Lou, Snake, Kirk Van Houten, Bumblebee man, the Sea Captain, Disco Stu, Duffman and Frank Grimes.

Based the voice of Moe the bartender on actor Al Pacino. Based the voice of Comic Book Guy on his college roommate.

He has also done other works outside the Simpsons including, Carlos and Phil in Hop, Bartok the Bat in Ananastasia (and its spin off Bartok the Magnificant), Eddie Brock/Venom in the Amazing Spiderman (animated series), Sven in Happy feet 2 (which I havent seen) and Zoidburgs uncle Harold Zoid in Futurama.

Life acton roles include Gargamel in the Smurfs movie (and the upcomming sequel), and Kahmunrah in Night at the Museum 2 (he was also the Thinker and Abraham Lichon Statue but I couldnt be bothered to draw them in)

(More Voice actors coming soon: Kevin Michael Richardson, Frank Welker)
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Girls and boys, this week at The LIine it is Drawn we have a tribute to Tony DeZuniga, by means of his creation Jonah Hex. Here's Jonah teaming up with Hellboy. I resisted putting a shared thought ballon saying "At last, a partner uglier than I!"... maybe I should have, oh, well. Some fine pieces in the full gallery:


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Here is the latest addition to my voice actor collection,
This was a suggstion by EightyMac.
This is a tribute in honour of the characters of Jim Henson. If you never heared of him or the Muppets they you have no childhood…
Puppeteer, screenwriter, director and producer, known for the creator of The Muppets, Sesame street and Fraggle rock. He educated, entertained and inspired children and adults for generations.

Shares the same birthday (September 24) as Steve Whitmire, (who succeeded the role of Kermit).

He played so many iconic characters including Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, Dr. Teeth, Waldorf, Swedish Chef, Ernie, Guy Smiley, Captain Link Hogthrob, Cantus Fraggle, Convincing John and the Mahna mahna.
“Someday we'll find it
The Rainbow Connection
The lovers, the dreamers and me”
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Just a small tribute to my personal hero. Bugs Bunny leaving flowers on the grave of one of his "several fathers," Charles "Chuck" M. Jones. It's been 10 years ago today since he died of heart failure in 2002. You may know Chuck Jones from seeing his name in some of th Looney Tunes cartoons he directed, those were always my favorites.

I tried to imitate his style the best I could. It's not perfect, but I think it's pretty close. I added in this one of his many deep quotes because I believe it applies to all aspiring artist of any genre.

Jones was truely one of the greatest cartoon animators of all time. Below are the reasons I believe so.

He created great characters and cartoons. He made some of Looney Tunes' most famous and memorable characters; Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Pepé Le Pew, Marvin Martian, Witch Hazel, Pussyfoot & Marc Anthony and many more outside Looney Tunes.

The man knew funny. He displayed cartoon plots that went beyond simple gags and could really make you think. For example, after seeing so many of the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons, it's clear that the Coyote will never catch the Road Runner (one time he did), but that's not why we watch them. The reason we watch them is to see just how the Coyote's bizzare contraption will blow up in his face, especially when it appears fool-proof. In the Pepé Le Pew cartoons, he could always find a way for Pepé to misinterpret Penelope Pussycat's running away as flirtation.

He was a great artist. Jones was able to the emotions of characters with a great amount of expression (who could forget that sinister smirk the Grinch made when he decided to steal Christmas). He also made unique backgrounds that may have appeared deformed, but were still enjoyable to see. He could even take simple shapes like in "The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics" and make them into characters with their own identities (I could see the dot as a feminine character). He also directed other great cartoons, including "Tom and Jerry," "Gay Pur-ee," "Rikki Tikki Tavi" the cartoon segment of "Stay Tuned," and the original animated "Horton Hears a Who."

These reasons and more are why I believe Chuck Jones deserves recognition. It was a shame that we had to lose such a great cartoonist, but he is clearly missed by many.

Here's to you Mr. Jones. Though you are gone, the joy and memories you have brought to so many of us are forever.

Bugs Bunny © Warner Bros.

Quote © Charles M. Jones
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Custom Copic marker sketch cover also signed by Stan Lee
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