Disney’s Frozen (head in a jar)
This terrible thing I made is now available on shirts (in a variety of colors and styles), stickers, cards, prints, and more.
Sometimes it’s just too hard to Let It Go…
GOODNIGHT MOON KNIGHT
Sorry.  I had to get this out of my head.
Available on shirts and prints and stickers over here.

GOODNIGHT MOON KNIGHT

Sorry.  I had to get this out of my head.

Available on shirts and prints and stickers over here.

Vandelay Industries

New T-Shirt design, available in a variety of colors and styles here

The perfect shirt to wear if you work for Vandelay Industries or just pretending to get work there.  The best pants to wear with this shirt?  Any kind worn around the ankles.

Baseball is back.  To celebrate, you probably want to buy my new T-shirt design.

Baseball is back.  To celebrate, you probably want to buy my new T-shirt design.

BATMAN AND ROCKIN’: A series of album cover recreations with the Caped Crusader, the Boy Wonder, and their friends replacing the original album art.
#13: THE POLICE - GHOST IN THE MACHINE
Artist: The Police
Album: "Ghost in the Machine"
Label: Interscope
Year: 1981
Original album designer: Mick Hegarty
Band members: Sting, Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland
Batman says: “I resolve to collar hoods a thousand times a day
Ask them if they just give up
in a very peaceful way
But the fear of me has gripped them
Before I reach the bat phone
Before my batrope has tripped them
For their crimes they must atone.”

My Favorite Things
Orange rocks on heroes and twins who serve kittensSevered appendages that never wear mittensAll come together ‘til Miss Von Trapp sings,"These are a few of my favorite Things."
Shirts and stickers and stuff available here.

My Favorite Things

Orange rocks on heroes and twins who serve kittens
Severed appendages that never wear mittens
All come together ‘til Miss Von Trapp sings,
"These are a few of my favorite Things."

Shirts and stickers and stuff available here.

Batman & Rockin’ 12: It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

BATMAN AND ROCKIN’: A series of album cover recreations with the Caped Crusader, the Boy Wonder, and their friends replacing the original album art.
#12: PUBLIC ENEMY - IT TAKES A NATION OF MILLIONS TO HOLD US BACK
Artist: Public Enemy
Album: "It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back"
Label: Def Jam
Year: 1988
Original album photographer: Glen E. Friedman
Band members: Chuck D, Flavor Flav
Batman says: “Bats! How much do you know?
Death row. Where the villains go.
Once again, back is the memory
the first enemy
the ineffable C, Public Enemy Number One
Joe Chill said, “Freeze!” and I got numb
Can I tell you this is why I never carry a gun?
It’s the trigger left me a motherless son.”
Robin says: “Yeah Boy…. Wonder!”

Kermit the Thor
Original watercolor Kermit the Frog dressed as Thor - Frog of Thunder, recreating that nutty but classic story when Loki cursed his brother and taught him that it’s not easy bein’ green. 9” x 12” pen and ink and watercolor on bristol.  Modeled after the corner box from Thor #366 by Walt Simonson.
Original available here.

Kermit the Thor

Original watercolor Kermit the Frog dressed as Thor - Frog of Thunder, recreating that nutty but classic story when Loki cursed his brother and taught him that it’s not easy bein’ green. 9” x 12” pen and ink and watercolor on bristol.  Modeled after the corner box from Thor #366 by Walt Simonson.

Original available here.

GOTHAM CITY CHRISTMAS SHIRT!

Ugly Christmas sweaters are out.  Nutty mashups are in: Get your Gotham City Christmas shirt here!

Spider-Man Get His Butt Whupped Week #6 - Green Goblin

Today’s installment of Spider-Man Gets His Butt Whupped Week is another cover version of a famous Spider-Man cover, this time going all the way back to the cover of Amazing Spider-Man #39, drawn by John Romita (who I talked about back in the first installment of this series). 

Norman Osborn, the Green Goblin, is generally considered Spider-Man’s #1 bad guy, his arch enemy. I guess killing the hero’s first true love will earn you that kind of cred. That’s probably why, when Spidey first made it to the big screen, GG got to be the villain. Sadly, in that movie he dropped all the purple parts of his costume. Less fashion daring meant he seemed a lot less daring all together. Shockingly, after three movies and four villians, we have yet to see a shred of purple cloth yet. Here’s hoping if Mysterio ever makes it to the movies, he won’t be forced to be less fabulous.

For an older guy, Norman keeps up on his work out regime pretty good, doesn’t he? Either that or it’s the Goblin serum that keeps his glutes so tight.

TOMORROW: In our exciting conclusion, we present a picture of Spider-Man getting his butt whupped AND Spider-Man triumphant, all in one picture! How can his be? Find out when the Scorpion strikes!