Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Rex Tarkleton trudges in after a long absence to wish you and yours a very merry Christmas. Also, he wants to know if you could spare a few bucks to help get him loaded.
From week 170, the theme was:
It’s the Line it is Drawn’s annual Holiday Special! So suggest comic book characters for drawings inspired by Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, what have you!Twitter follower, Ecovore, suggested: FF’s new costumes but more like candy canes. Merry Christmas, everybody.
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
From week 162, the theme was:
Because John Trumbull demanded it, it’s Detective Munch Week! Richard Belzer’s Detective Munch retired earlier this week from Law and Order: SVU. His retirement ends an impressive career for a fictional character, as he has the record for appearing in the most television series by a single fictional character, appearing on nine different TV series as Detective Munch over 22 years. Now we’ll celebrate his retirement by extending his crossover streak to comic books, as well! Name a comic book that you’d like to see Detective Munch crossover into!The ever-lovable BigMike20X6 suggested: Munch & Detective Chimp. Good pairing if you ask me.
Friday, December 20, 2013
From week 161, the theme was:
Comic book characters, comic strip style! Our artists will draw comic book characters in comic strips based on the style of a famous comic strip. So you pick a comic book character and then name the comic strip style you’d like to see the character drawn like. Example: “Spider-Man, Peanuts style”
Follower, via Twitter, dc2omniverse suggested: Scott and Jean, Family Circus style. Man, I dislike the Family Circus, except the Sunday strips where you get to see Billy run around the neighborhood.