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2 comments | Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Remember Mike Fabian?
He had an idea for a comic he wanted me to draw called "The Vigilante of Love."

The vigilante hated love and sought to destroy it wherever possible.

We talked for a long time about various ideas for it, but, sadly, it never got much further than our own minds ... it was a pretty funny idea really...

Anyone, at one point, we considered another character based off of Scott Monette (who i believe was working with Fabes at Clem's in the Lansing Mall at the time ... (anyone care to confirm that for me??))
Scott Monette's character would the Vigilante of Love's sidekick -- known only as: The Lust Buster!

So, apparently, i drew a short comic of that idea which takes place in the Great Lakes Christian College student mall area.... enjoy this newly-remastered special edition:



2 Comments:

Blogger Bristol Crowne said...

Awesome! I think that comic would have worked just as well if he just stood there staring at them til things got awkward.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010 1:14:00 AM

 
Blogger Dan said...

Hahah! yeah, that would've been pretty funny too :)

if only i'd thought of it....

Tuesday, October 12, 2010 8:16:00 PM

 

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