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Line it is Drawn: Thanksgiving Leftovers 2019!

So every week, I post a topic here. You reply to it on the CSBG Twitter page (just write @csbg with your reply), our artists will each pick one of your suggestions and I will post their drawings based on your suggestions here every week. So every week you will have a new question and you will see the choices picked from the previous week.

To qualify, you have to be following @csbg when you reply - so go follow us and then give your answer to the following question/challenge (All suggestions due by 11:59 AM Pacific Saturday).

This is a special Line it is Drawn! This is Thanksgiving Leftovers week, where our artists finish pieces they didn't get a chance to finish this year (plus some other various and sundry pieces).

Enjoy!

I'll put them in order of the original week!

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NOTE: We're doing a call to artists for NEW Line it is Drawn artists! Click here to see how you can try out to join the Line yourself!

From Carol Danvers Rocks Out in the 1990s week, Brendan Tobin drew Carol in an "extreme" costume (he actually got this drawing up in time for the original week, but it was not colored until now). Here is Brendan's website.

From Game of Thrones Meets the Muppets week, Nick Perks drew Sam the Eagle with a White Walker. Here is Nick's website.

From Rejected Ways for the Avengers to Defeat Thanos in Avengers Endgame week, Brendan Tobin drew Thanos losing in a Hostess ad. Here is Brendan's website.

From Unexpected Marvel TV Series week, Nick Perks continues his Golden Age Human Torch TV show idea. Here is Nick's website.

From Comic Book Characters If They Debuted in 1969 week, Nick Perks drew a 1960s Hellboy. Here is Nick's website.

From Cartoon Kids All Grown-Up Week, Caanan Grall drew Hilda all grown-up. Here is Caanan's website

From Cartoon Kids All Grown-Up Week, Gene Guilmette drew the Power Puff Girls all grown-up (they dropped the "Puff" when they got older). Gene's website is here.

From "I Can't Believe It's Not Batman!" week, Marco D'Alfonso drew Bartman on the cover of the first part of Batman: Year One. Marco's website is here.

From "I Can't Believe It's Not Batman!" week, Nick Perks drew the Charlton characters on the cover of Watchmen. Here is Nick's website.

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From Comic Book Characters Get Their Own Symbiotes week, Caanan Grall gave Betty and Veronica each their own symbiotes. Here is Caanan's website

From Pennywise Hiding on Classic Comic Covers week, Brendan Tobin drew Pennywise hiding on Iron Man #128. Here is Brendan's website.

From 2099 Week, Nick Perks drew Power Girl 2099. Here is Nick's website.

From 2099 Week, Caanan drew Peanuts 2099. Here is Caanan's website

From 2099 Week, Nick Perks drew two different versions of Swamp Thing 2099. Here is Nick's website.

From 2099 Week, Nick Perks drew Trump 2099. Here is Nick's website.

From Comic Book Characters Meet Their Younger Selves Week, Nick Butch drew the Invisible Girl meeting the Invisible Woman. His website is here.

From "Mash-Up Two Disney Plus Properties" week, Nick Perks combined Darkwing Duck and Moon Knight. Here is Nick's website.

From last week's PBS mash-up week, Caanan Grall mashed-up the Muppet Babies with Daniel Tiger. Here is Caanan's website

Finally, Nick Butch did a whole Quantum Leap comic strip based on Nick's unused drawings from various weeks. His website is here.

Amazing stuff, everyone!

Okay, folks, we'll see you next week with brand-new drawings!

Plus, if you're interested in the Call to Line Artists for this year, be sure to check out how to apply here!

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