I spend most of my time devising evil plots in my secret villian's lair, underground. I pride myself on my wonderous ability to commit advanced acts of devious and sinister trickery without guilt.
By the way, I didn't think I'd have to say it but it keeps happening.
No one is allowed to use my illustrations without my permission. I like the idea of ME being paid for my work instead of other people.
YES ! Eat yer heart out Godzilla vs Bambi !!ReplyDelete
KW: It's been awhile, but worth the wait! This is brilliant!ReplyDelete
Mykal, thanks! My schedule changed and wiped out a bunch of freetime I used to have. Hopefully it'll get better soon. I'm too old for this busy-life business!ReplyDelete
What's great about this concept~ is that one's mind comes up with a bunch of other funny LIES that Pinocchio could be busting out. You could even have two or three panels BEFORE this final panel, with Dracula stalking closer, or hovering over the little wooden puppet, with him saying things that AREN'T lies, but are funny, like: "I wear women's underwear !" "I don't juggle kittens !", sweat squirting from his brow as nothing is happening...ReplyDelete
Make that: "I juggle kittens !"ReplyDelete
Wow! That would be great! It really could be made into a bigger multi-paneled comic.ReplyDelete
Yeah~ cuz~ with two iconic figures like this~ one could really milk the potential. May the Mythos Mash-ups continue.ReplyDelete
Pinocchio - Vampire Fibber!ReplyDelete
I love the fact that Pinocchio is telling a lie by quoting a man who was famous for not telling lies.
Happy New Year KW!!
Oooh - Great point, Willy!!ReplyDelete
It makes him seem meaner. He has no respect for the great truth-tellers in history.ReplyDelete
Thanks Willy and Lysdexicuss and Mykal for visiting and leaving comments!
Hope your holidays are happy!
hahaha love it! good to see ya back ;)ReplyDelete
Thanks Brad! Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
And to take the multi-layered thing even further...we have Pinocchio telling a lie by quoting a man who was famous for not telling lies, and his nose is piercing the heart of Dracula, who of course "lies" all day!!ReplyDelete
I'm not lying!!!
Ha ha! I'm gonna need a calculator to figure this out.ReplyDelete
I thought it was that George Washington had wooden teeth and Pinocchio's nose had to be a representation of GW's teeth 'cause everybody nose that only a wooden nose would kill a vampire.ReplyDelete
Wow..this is getting more convoluted than TheReplyDelete
I just thought up the most boring story ever: George Washington playing the part of Pinocchio. Since he couldn't lie it would kill any interesting part of the plot.ReplyDelete
Great fun, Keith! Yayy!!!ReplyDelete