I run Popped Culture (culturepopped.blogspot.com/) and am the social media editor at the National Post. I REALLY love pop culture mashups.
My piece for The Line It Is Drawn’s “What If?” week—what if Gary Larson designed Spider-Man?
I’ve been reading The Far Side since I was too young to understand 75% of the jokes (and a handful of them still go over my head), so once I saw this suggestion on the prompt list, I dropped everything and started drawing.
So, I’d been trying since late October to get JIM DAVIS to do a cover for us. Sadly, it never happened as he said he didn’t feel like he was up to the task (also, I’m assuming, because it’s called “Sex Criminals”). So, instead, he sent me this in the mail.
Jim Davis sent me a drawing of Garfiled dressed as me.
I can die now I guess.
(It’s made out to “Steve Murray” cause that’s my real name if you didn’t know. Taa daa.)
EDIT: Almost forgot to add his handwritten note!
Care for a Guatemalan Insanity Pepper? How about some Bantha milk? Can you name all 12 fictional foods?
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How did the Galactic Empire ever cement its hold on the Star Wars Universe? The war machine built by Emperor Palpatine and run by Darth Vader is a spectacularly bad fighting force, as evidenced by all of the pieces of Death Star littering space. But of all the Empire’s failures, none is a more spectacular military fiasco than the Battle of Hoth at the beginning of The Empire Strikes Back.