Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we mash up The Guardians of the Galaxy with a lot of other movies. One of my favorites is When Harry met Sally (So, sue me) , so I could not resist the suggestion. That said, I could not decide on a scene, so I did two. Here's the second one.
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we pay our respects to Leonard Nimoy. And I still get choked up when I talk about his passing.
The suggestion read "The X-Women in TOS (The Original Series) style uniforms". I thought it would be more fun giving them outfits from select episodes. And adding the man himself, of course. Whom, as has been told elsewhere, was the pointy-eared reason a lot of female fans made the series' reruns thrive.
Should one of you movie-savvy gentlefolks feel the composition familiar, it's because it's based on Robert McGinnis' poster for You Only Live Twice. It seemed logical.
Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn we pay homage to Bruce Timm, who just stepped out from Warner Bros animation, where he developed some of the finest shows ever. So, we draw trying to approach his inimitable style. Someone suggested the Serenity crew, and that was just what I wanted to draw this time. Time to re-watch Firefly, indeed. Browncoats forever!
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, apropos of the news about the Marvel Universe turning into... something else, we go with alternate versions of such Universe. Steampunk Marvel U was suggested, and I felt like just drawing retro stuff this week. So, there you go. As always, not enough time to do everything I wanted, but I managed to get three core elements. Here are the Earth's mightiest heroes, or at least the Big Three. Be sure to check the other two!