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The Line it is Drawn Try-Out Week 1, Group 1

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The Line it is Drawn Try-Out Week 1, Group 1

Welcome to the first batch of drawings by artists who are trying out to see if they can nab a spot as one of the regular The Line it is Drawn artists!

All day, I’ll be posting entries in groups of 20 artists an entry. Check their work out and marvel at all the great talent on display here. Then, next week, after these artists do a second drawing, we’ll ask you all to vote on your favorites. I’ll also have a group of judges vote for their favorites. I’ll combine the votes and we’ll end up with the two new regular artists for The Line it is Drawn. We’ll also be picking out one regular alternate artist for the Line it is Drawn, but I’ll let you know how we’re picking that artist a little later on.

So kick back and check out some nifty artwork, all based on the same theme as The Line it is Drawn this week, which was “Turn a famous person/character into a superhero or supervillain.”


I’m listing the pieces in the order I received them. There are way too many to credit all the suggestion givers, but if you recognize one of your suggestions, feel free to mention it in the comments if you’d like credit!

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

David Ryan shows us Cerebus as a superhero…

Richard Grzela gives us Rambo as an X-Man…

Joey Jarin drew Neil Gaiman as a familiar looking superhero…

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Scott MacIver gives us Johnny Knoxville as “The Target”, the indestructible man….

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Aaron Pittman did Lone Wolf and Cub as a giant anime-style robot…

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Jeff Langcaon (who does a webcomic called “Henchmen for Hire” that you can check out here) did the cast of the Wizard of Oz as “Agents of Oz”….

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JL Lamastus gave us The Emperor HunnyPot with his Heffalump and woozle minnions….

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Paul Shinn (whose website is here) drew the Virgin Mary as a superhero…

Cory Stauffer gave Andy Kaufman the superhero treatment…

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Tyler Jones did Abraham Lincoln as a superhero…

Don Cardenas (whose website is here) also turned Honest Abe into a superhero…

Axel Medellin (whose website is here) thought that Elmo would work well as a villain, so he did him Freddy Kruegger style….

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Hector Rodriguez (whose website is here) gave us an anti-hero Johnny Cash…

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Our old Reader Art Gallery buddy Rufus Edge did the A-Team, only inspired by ANOTHER Stephen J. Cannell show, The Greatest American Hero!

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Carlton Reid Beaman III had Bing Crosby and Bob Hope team up together…as Nick Fury and Captain America!

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Andre Richard gives us All-Star Miss Marple…

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Another veteran of our reader art spots, Doug Nelson (whose website is here), gives us MTM Comics!

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Jamon Gott did Neil Gaiman as the Crow…

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Josh Gowdy gave Hunter S. Thompson the hero treatment…

Christoffer Cerdic gave us the super(hero? villain? who knows?), Cigaratte Smoking Man!

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Okay, that’s it for Group 1! Check them all out and come back in a half hour for the second group! And keep coming back all day long, as we have a lot of entries!

Josh Gowdy
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