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wicked old.
ps there's a geek joke in here, guess where! Bearing in mind the whole thing is a geek joke.

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The red guy is the Red Skull, am I that old?

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This was interesting

Here was something interesting I like all the different characters, Would have liked to see some brighet colors and all, on these like the cobra commander's helm. but still pretty good.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
So while this was nice and there was a shaded theme in color some brighter colors of focus points would have been a nice point also.

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Geek joke?

I am not sure what the hidden geek joke was, but the main one was that all of these characters are popular villians. Left to right, they are: The Red Skull, Darth Vader, Frankenstein's Monster, Shredder, and Cobra Commander. I will not waste space by saying what franchise they are from. There is also some foot belonging to someone off panel. The artwork was great in this one and it reminded me of something from Mad magazine. I love how all the characters have those pointed shoes.

I myself was never good at drawing shoes and they always came out pointed. The only shoes I could ever draw well were cowboy boots. I really like the detail put into everything, particularly with the shadings. While a humorous submission, it always pays to have good artwork. Darth Vader looks like he's, uh, black.

Hehehe

Red skull, the guy who did Vader's voice not actually Vader, frankenstien, shredder, and a cobra solider.

That's pretty clever

James Earl Jones pulls a cameo. Heh

why op whyyyyyy

i luv the pic, but after looking over it for a while i realized that darth vader is mexican. how'd this happen?

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