Hey kids, wanna see something neat? Here’s a dose of some cool comic crossovers that could only live in a bizarro world where intellectual properties were allowed to co-mingle more freely.
Brian Cronin from the Comics Should Be Good section over at Comic Book Resources put out a challenge in honor of the now departed Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie and some brilliant artists answered the call. Check it out, share it, and let us know what you think. These are, of course, mere requests, but if you’ve come this far and don’t, it sorta makes you an epic tease.
ABOVE: Since the Deadpool movie keeps moving further and further away from the realm of possibility, I say Marvel trades Wade Wilson to Lucasfilm for Asajj Ventress and a Wookie to be named later, then, at least, this could happen. As for the drawing, I’m split on which is my favorite part, Bounty Hunter fist-bump or the Deapool “Shh, don’t speak” to carbonite Han. What do you think?
This one is by Marco D’Alfonso, here’s his website.
MORE AFTER THE JUMP
If you didn’t get the homage on sight alone, I’m not going to tell you and a pox upon your Hot Pockets, may they be over-spiced and dried out.
Artist: Nick Perks (Website)
Two words, Jedi-Batman.
Artist: Phillip Sevy (Website)
The art is fantastic, but the notion gives me head pain.
Artist: Cynthia “Thea” Rodgers (Website)
This is just a small sample of the submissions over at Comics Should be Good, go to the site on CBR to see the rest.