Origionally Candy (Zoidbergs girlfriend from Möbius Dick) would have been the only person to be happy Zoidberg returned save and sound from the island. But then the last season Candy wasn't heared of anymore and later on was replaced by Zoidbergs new love interest: Marianne (who has all the same features as Candy only the colours are different - google it) So instead of Candy being happy, I changed it that Zoidberg is missing his "Casa di Zoidberg" so he neglects her love and lets her walk away forever.
The white-haired girl on the top left is the mud wrestler from page 24 in "When Disastrions strike back" my first fan comic. antonissen.deviantart.com/art/…
Lastly the Keelers had to get closure as well, having already seen all that booty from LaBarbara back on page 90. Like I said on page 200, it first was LaBarbara's booty that was filmed in close up.
"If you don't like your job, you don't strike! You just go in every day and do it really half-assed. That's the American way!"
-- Homer Simpson, 2F19 "The PTA Disbands!"
With the WGA strike still driving a stake through the heart of network television, I began thinking about how FOX's three animated shows ("The Simpsons", "Family Guy", and "American Dad") are probably going to take the longest to feel any sort of squeeze as the result of the empty writing rooms, given how far in advanced they're produced. Still, if this thing lasts much longer, even those shows are bound to run out of episodes.
Years ago, when I was in high school, I tried to flex my comedy writing skills by utilizing the Simpsons characters in their own comic strip. Looking back at them, they weren't perfect, but after studying the show extensively on DVD, I now feel I have a strong enough grasp of the characters' personalities to utilize them in original stories again. And what better subject to tackle than one that the show's writers themselves probably see nothing funny about whatsoever?
A Simpsons commission for , featuring a back alley brawl inspired by Season 11's "Treehouse of Horror X", pitting Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl against their archenemy, the Collector. And this time, the girthful geek has a couple of cosplay-clad henchbabes at his disposal, as played by Lindsay Naegle and Cookie Kwan. Naturally, they're no match for "the human rubber band" and "the Hulk in pearls". Worst getaway ever!
In between commissions, I was struck with the inspiration for another entry in the Underwater Cuties of Toontown (incidentally, I haven't forgotten about the four remaining free requests - it's just taking me a while to get to them). I already drew Marge for the first series, so I knew Lisa was a given for this one - and then I decided, hey, I'm a Simpsons geek, why not throw a few of her friends in there too?
The scenario is thus: Alex Whitney hosts a pool party at her house, but the kids are a little overwhelmed by her upscale lifestyle and aren't sure how to act. Distraught, Alex again turns to Lisa for advice on how to get her guests to actually do something, and Lisa says that all the kids need is an opportunity to be their natural playful selves. Of course, Alex has no idea how to inspire such behavior - until she missteps and falls in the pool with her clothes on. The rest of the kids think it's hilarious and jump in after her, finally loosening up. A mortified Alex sinks to the bottom of the pool in embarrassment - until Lisa and Alison Taylor dive in after her, and she realizes that her that her party has finally become fun after all.
I was thinking. I wanted to draw something, SOMETHING for this episode. I saw many things from the fandom and I didn’t really want to draw the same thing all over again, but it’s hard. The fandom got big, and maid Discord are all over the internet now, but I don’t care, I just wanted to draw Eris butt, okay?