The Line It Is Drawn #15 - Comic Book Character Odd Couples

Let's get the standard stuff out of the way.

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Now on to the bit!

So every week, I ask a question here. You reply to it on our Twitter page (just write @csbg with your reply) and our SIX blog sketch artists will each pick one of your suggestions and I will post them here every week. So every week you will have a new question and you will see the top six choices from the previous week.

To qualify, you have to be following us when you reply - so go follow us and then give your answer to the following question/challenge (all suggestions due by 11:59 PM Eastern on Thursday, November 11th):

Remember Amalgam Comics? When Marvel and DC merged their characters together, like Superman and Captain America became Super Soldier? Stuff like that? Well, that's the theme this week, only you can use amalgamate ANY two characters from ANY comic book company!

Read on for the five sketches that came about courtesy of the last question/challenge:

Pick ANY two famous duos, say, Batman and Robin and Lone Ranger and Tonto. Then our artists will pick one character from each of the two duos to form a NEW duo! If our artists would like, they can draw both new mismatched duos, or just the one. So imagine Lone Ranger and Robin doing a domino mask team-up! Another example - Power Man and Iron Fist and Hopey and Maggie. Stuff like that. There are LOTS of duos out there - get creative!


I'll put them in alphabetical order based on the name of the Twitter user who made the suggestion.

All copyright and trademarks of the following characters are held by their respective owners!

You might notice I only said five sketches this week. We're without George Zapata this week. He'll be back next week, though!

BigMike20X6 suggested:

Beavis & Butt-Head/ Batman & Robin

Daniel Irizarri is the artist for this one. Here is his website.

BigMike20X6 suggested:

Han Solo & Chewbacca/ Captain Jack Sparrow & Will Turner

Chaz Folgar is the artist for this one. Here is his website.

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dc2omniverse suggested:

Blue Beetle and Booster Gold and Doctor Who and K-9

Brad Millette is the artist for this one. Here is his website.

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gijoerice suggested:

The World's Finest Superman/Batman and Lone Wolf and Cub

Rafael Desquitado is the artist for this one. Here is his website.

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RossCHardy suggested:

Knight and Squire/The Goon and Frankie

Caanan Grall is the artist for this one. Here is his website.

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Thanks so much to the artists and the suggestion-givers! Now everyone head off to Twitter and give them some good options for next week! This past week was a good week, so let's have more weeks like that!

NOTE: If you wish to participate in the November Reader Art Gallery, this is your last chance to do so! The deadline to send your artwork (based on any of the previous The Line It Is Drawn topics, although I'd prefer you choose ones from October) to me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com is 6pm Eastern time on Thursday, November 11th! Which is tomorrow! I already received more pieces this month than last month, but the more the merrier!

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