Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, Emmy nominated TV shows mashed up with comic book characters. Someone suggested Lex Luthor, Brainiac, The Riddler and Ultra Humanite in TBBT, with Power Girl as the neighbor, and we aim to please... that, and I haven't watched any of the other shows...
Likenesses are always the hardest part for me... I'd go crazy in a licensed comic, I guess.
Anyway, here's the full gallery. Lots of awesomeness as always:
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we celebrate Daredevil's Netflix series (I do love that one, I'm finishing my second viewing...) with improbable Marvel TV shows. Yes, Lockjaw is a dumb character. Yes, this is a dumb idea. But I couldn't help it.
Too small to see, but I'd cast Summer Glau as Crystal. That way we can be sure we'd only get a season.
Girls and boys, this week at the Line it is Drawn, we celebrate Daredevil's 50th anniversary by teaming him up with unusual partners. This scantily-clad girls find an alternate explanation to his unique abilities.
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we follow up the Marvel Studios Phase 3 announcements with some proposals for Phase 4. I absolutely love Walt Simonson's run in Thor (actually, I pretty much love anything he draws and / or writes), so the suggestion of Frog Thor as a Dreamworks movie was a no-brainer. I would watch this one.
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn we pay a heartfelt homage to Robin Williams.
Maybe it hit me at just the right time, high school and all, but no other movie of his comes even close in my book to The Dead Poets Society. I'll take a break to re-watch it later. The suggestion of putting Mr. Keating in the Xavier Institute was impossible to pass up, so, there you go.
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we pay homage to Richard Matheson. Someone suggested mashing up "One More Day" with "Button, button", one of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes. So, there you go. Full gallery here:
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we answer the question: what if all tv shows were about superheroes? (Althought I guess The Incredibles' Syndrome pretty much answered that one). Anyway, Friends remains one of my all-time favorite shows. So, there you go.
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is drawn, we tackle the funny pages! Someone suggested this one, so there you go. I really had to force me to stop laughing at the rest of the gallery: goodcomics.comicbookresources.… Have a nice weekend, folks!