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John Sullivan
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Progress so Far by Ellen-Natalie, journal

Mysteries and Scandals-Our Gang by Artytoons, journal

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  • Nov 3
  • United States
  • Deviant for 14 years
  • He / Him
Albino Llama: Llamas are awesome! (76)
My Bio

Current Residence: Central New York

Favourite genre of music: techno

Favourite photographer: none in particular

Favourite style of art: cartoony or comic strip

Operating System: MS Windows 10

MP3 player of choice: none

Wallpaper of choice: monthly calendar

Skin of choice: minimalist

Favourite cartoon character: Lola Bunny

Personal Quote: Ain't broke, don't fix.

Favourite Visual Artist
Enrique Romero
Favourite Movies
Space Jam
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Electric Light Orchestra
Favourite Writers
none in particular
Favourite Games
Euchre short deck
Favourite Gaming Platform
not a thumb jockey
Tools of the Trade
Hammers and acid
Other Interests
All had been going well.  I asked for two prints of "More Coffee," and got them.  One print now adorns Alexander's Cafe. Then I asked for two prints of "Ventriloquist," just to fill a frame with an old, yellowed artwork from my younger days.  Got those, too. But ... BUT ... I ask for two prints of my showpiece "Worse," and it's Oh Noes!  Error!  Wrong-o!  Problems! Okay, that's a hiccup.  Nothing to worry about, so I try a different piece. I ask for two prints of "Illness," and get another chorus of Oh Noes!  Error!  Wrong-o!  Problems! Sensing a pattern here.  So, I go with an original work featuring a nameless character modeled roughly
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Another 15th of November, the debut anniversary of Space Jam and the first appearance of Lola Bunny.  Am I fixated on this character?  Perhaps.  Is that wrong?  Well, Warner Brothers Media hasn't issued a Cease And Desist Order, so it can't be all that wrong.  Many decry Lola Bunny as a cypher and a Mary Sue, that has no place among the Looney Tunes.  The revised version seen in The Looney Tunes Show is definitely much loonier, more in keeping with the origins of the franchise's stalwarts.  Nonetheless, I'm mindful that the debut of Lola in Space Jam had to be tempered, because the whole reason for this film in the first place was to wave the
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Any characters I create or depict are Up For Grabs.  I don't bother copyrighting anything, and I have no intention of "squatting" on something just to be dickish. Of course, characters that are already copyrighted, such as Warner Brothers' Lola Bunny or Walt Disney's Zootopia or Nellie Kitchen's Furry Experience webcomic, are fan art.  And as fan art, it's good form to acknowledge the rightful creator somehow, either in the description or on the artwork itself.  I hope I've done that consistently; if not, let me know, and I'll make it right.  Fair's fair, y'know. However, for any of the bunny / kitty / whatever characters I've created, they
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Happy Birthday, OUB!! 🎂

I'd like to share a couple things related to Space Jam: A New Legacy, but not Lola. If that's alright.

Hey John - who is Jeff Carter? You mentioned him on my page about having a lot of Lola mechandise
Way back in 1997, Jeff Carter was this fellow that put up "Jeff Carter's Lola Bunny Page" that was mostly GIFs and one-by-one displays of Lola Bunny merch.  He had amassed quite a bit, and much of it was for sale.  The site rarely updated, though, and was pretty much stagnant by 2000 or so.  It's gone now, so I can only speculate why.

1) He sold all or most of his wares, so the site wasn't needed any more.  He may have moved on to other venues, such as My Little Pony, but he's keeping his name off of them.  I never got the impression he was a collector per se, more like a retailer, bagging the early wares cheaply, then reselling them at significant markup.  The nostalgia market never seems to run out of money.

2) He's still got a goodly stash, but sells only duplicates, leaving a museum of memorabilia in effect.  Rather than deal with the many excited weirdos online, Jeff keeps his "toys" by invite only, likely using a frontman to vet those that declare interest.  I haven't heard about anyone taking Space Jam swag on tour, like on Antiques Roadshow.

3) Jeff and his wife got older, raised kids, and outgrew their Space Jam days.  Priorities change, y'know?
Thanks for the watch :)