Girls and boys, this week in The Line it is Drawn, creators who would be a dream having on such or such characters. And, if anyone other than Tony Stark could build that suit, it would have to be Leonardo Da Vinci. This was just pure joy to do. Please, go and see part 2 and 3. And the full gallery here: goodcomics.comicbookresources.…
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 on The Line It Is Drawn, comic book characters and the TV show Community! I confess I have only watched clips so far (all due to research for this assignment), but it's definitely a show I'd gladly watch for six seasons and a movie. Naturaly, I gravitated to a scene featuring the show's leading ladies. And no, I'm not sure if the endeavour was successful. But the rest of the gallery is way cool:
This week at The Line it is Drawn, obviously, is about comic characters mashing up with horror movies, stories, etc. Alan Moore's league of Extraordinary Monsters was suggested, with the Universal Monsters to make it totally bait for me. Extra brownie points to whomever gets all the references in the background!
If I may say so, I very rarely have this much fun doing a drawing. Monster dvd marathon for today!
Girls and boys, as you may know, the company that produced Hostess Pies is going out of business, and with them those wacky ads that were omnipresent in comic books for decades. So this week's theme is a homage to those ads. I wen with the Endless suggestion, since you never have enough Endless...
The full gallery here, and my Liners pals make me want to hide from their sheer awesomeness:
Girls and boys, this week at The Line It Is Draw we sort of establish a tradition by bringing back Detective John Munch, the famous character played by Richard Belzer (IMDB or Google him, but it would really surprise me if you have never seen him before) to help with several cases. This was suggested as "Wonder Woman and the case of the Wonder Twins"... and you can not suggest that and not expecting me to fall in the trap, so, there you go.