Sometimes these things write themselves.
Like I said last time, I don’t always have to exaggerate or punch things up for them to be funny. I’m still trying to wrap my head around how books like this get published, myself.
The inking on this one took a couple passes before I was happy with it, and it took me a little bit to figure out some panel compositions. I usually feel like I’m doing something right if I manage to make myself laugh while I’m working.
In which there is no hope for humanity.
From Latveria with Love by Daniel Cox
Powerball/Another Day to Die by Paul Hostetler
James Bond/Woman of Marvel by Bill Walko
Marvel Comics meets James Bond.
Row 1: The ATeam / Batman and The Joker / Rocky and Apollo Creed / Mick Dundee / Lt Columbo / The Incredible Hulk / The Karate Kid and Mr Miyagi.
Row 2: The Fonz / GhostBusters / He-Man, Skeletor and She-Ra, Top Gun (Ice and Maverick) / Where’s Wally (Waldo in the States) / Diego Maradonna
Row 3: Freddy Krueger / Iron Mike Tyson / Back to the Future (Marty and Doc) / Prince / The Terminator / The Dukes of Hazard / Super Mario Brothers / Transformers (Optimus Prime and Megatron)
Row 4: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Axel Foley (Beverly Hills Cop) / John McEnroe and Björn Borg / John McClane / Teen Wolf / CHiPs
Row 5: Robocop / Hulk Hogan and André the Giant / Roger Rabbit and Jessica Rabbit / Dungeons and Dragons
Row 6: Indiana Jones / Beetlejuice / Star Wars (Return of the Jedi) / Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds
Row 7: Dave Bowie as the Goblin King in Labyrinth / Flash Gordon and Ming the Merciless / Bananaman / Superman / The Goonies / Spiderman
Row 8: Thundercats / Michael Jackson (Thriller suit) / Madonna / Miami Vice / MASK / ET and Elliot
Row 9: The Raccoons / Magnum P.I. / Cindy Lauper / Rambo / Fall Guy (Lee Majors and Heather Thomas) / Inspecter Gadget, Penny and Brain.