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Oh, god, I needed the laugh this morning. I'm too old to know Rob Liefeld (I've drifted in and out of comic reading over the years), but that is some howlingly funny stuff.
LOL'd? I barked at some of it
I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (
good lord... i knew he was bad, but that was one too many superfluous pouches and tiny feet to handle in one sitting *gets the eye soap*
This is definitely up there on my "favorite links of all time" list now....
Rob Liefeld, by contrast, draws a gauntlet going into the forearm all fucked-up in pencil. At that point, he then goes PFFFFT FUCK IT and then inks over it and sends it to the colorist. Then he GETS PAID FOR DOING THAT.
You know, I came into the lounge to post about this. I was beaten!
"A fun Liefeld drinking game: take a shot for every pouch he draws on a character. Oh great, now you have alcohol poisoning."
I don't know whether to be amused or very very sad.
Number 18 couldn't get any better than this: "The Human Torch fucking The Thing missionary-style!"
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Wow. I didn't know it would be possible to draw characters that are anorectic and muscular at the same time
EDIT: Number 18 is my favourite. This is why composition is so important. LoL!
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I applaud liefeld for portraying hero's with bodies like everyday people, as we see here adding in some shovel-fuls of trunk junk.
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I swear these moments alone are worth living for.
Yeah, I threw up in my mouth a little when I saw that.
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Plus, check out the right foot. What?
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