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The Price of Punch

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Not sure if this made Issue #33 of th club mag - but here is the lineart I submitted. I will update with my colors when I find out more.

Additionally, I made a 'Sold Out' version. Will post if people wanna see the lines and colors for that one too.

Punch/CounterPunch property of Hasbro.
Transformers Collectors Club Magazine property of Fun Pub.

NOTE:
LAMA badge to first person who name the comic (issue, title, writer, and artist) that where the inspiration for this pic! ;)
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Keystar01's avatar
It's the 70th (309-310 in the UK) issue of the Transformers Marvel comic. Entitled The Pri¢e of Life!

Writen by Simon Furman.
Cover by Andrew Wildman.

Do you need more?
kerfufflecolor's avatar
If it didn't get pub'd let me know. I'd like to take a stab at coloring it.
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
It did not - feel free to color - want a higher rez of the inks just in case?
saganich's avatar
Those 2 eyes being melted together is an especially disturbing detail.....

Good stuff! :D
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
Hahaha! Thanx! I always try to ny transformers art to a new level of HORROR - normally I don't see that done much in the comics. Maybe thats my "niche" - gory TF art. ;)
saganich's avatar
Y'know, that's a mighty interesting idea worth developing!

G2 style and tone evolved to today's standards and spiced up with a healthy dose of horror, now that would really be something!
Consider me a fan, sir!

Seriously, go for it!!
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ActorzInc General Artist
Transformers, Marvel U.S. Issue 70 called "The Price of Life" written by Simon Furman, penciled by Andrew Wildman, inked by Stephen Baskerville, colors by Nel Yomtov...

Rob Takor and Tom DeFalco are listed under "Share one Brain" so maybe they did the cover... or they really share one brain?! :p
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
BINGO! You get a lamma badge! ;)

I am glad pther people till remember this old issue - I love to homage art to those who have inspired us in the past. ;)
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ActorzInc General Artist
Thanks! :)

Some people don't like old TF stuff, the comics or the old cartoon etc., but TF is popular for a reason- it's roots. And those roots are pretty awesome! =)
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
AGREED! ;)
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CrazyJettyHobbyist Traditional Artist
Mostly easy. Andrew Wildman, artist of the cover (I think Geoff Senior did the interiors?). Simon Furman wrote. Transformers, of course. But I'm too lazy to go dig up the books to look up the issue.
Characters this spoofs are Ratchet and that Clanker, Megatron.

Awesome parody. But I think "Sold Out" would have been funnier.
JT-blueart's avatar
I still have this issue. I gave away the rest, unfortunately.
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
YEP! You almost nailed all the info - but I'm gonna give ay a lamma badge anyway! I personnaly liked the "buy us" version but I will update with all versions after I see if Pete put it in #33 of the club mag or not. ;)
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MarceloMatereProfessional General Artist
great lines man! glad to see you work published!
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
Thanx man! Well, I am not sure if it's in issue 33 - was supposed to be - but haven't gotten my copy yet. ;) Remember when I was askin about how you do the lineart in Iron Hide a ways back? I was doin this line art at the time. SO - the reason it turned out well is because I learn from "the master". Thanx for the advice Marcello! ;)
mtopolski's avatar
is it to of them stuck together? Do not know the myths :) Looks good, clean lines, not so much for my war machine :0
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psychomudProfessional General Artist
Yep - melted faces stuck together - is from a classic TF comic book cover. ;)
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