This week in The Line it is Drawn, the theme is power swap... or what if a character had another one's power... I chose Spider Jerusalem because he's one of my all-time favorite characters. And it's political time, he puts me just in the mood. I think I'm re-reading all Transmetropolitan for the fifth time.
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: [link]
Girls and boys, this week at the Line it is Drawn, we celebrate the new movie by mashing-up the X-Men. And I rarely can resist TBBT suggestions (I still think the show is great, even if it seems a lot of my fellow comic folk feel offended by it). So, there you go.
Girls and boys, a little late... this was the theme last week at The Line it is Drawn. I kinda drew it with a few hours to spare before the second big trip of the year, to La Mole (we survived). I'm pretty sure this crossover happened sometime. I don't think it quite worked like this. Full gallery here: