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I've recently been watching Ed Edd n Eddy, Courage the Cowardly Dog, and the Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy for a nice nostalgia trip.

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Man, this is so nostalgic for me...Having Eustace say one of his catchphrases is comedy gold for anyone who watched or still watches Courage the Cowardly Dog. Then having Grim there is comedy gold, too.

I just wish Courage was in this in his classic terrified pose, like this:

http://hanna-barbera.wikia.com/wiki/Courage_The_Cowardly_Dog

That's exactly how he would react to seeing Grim. It would make this perfect.

Great work, nonetheless, though!

YonusBahtzee responds:

I know, right? Thanks btw. The original drawing had Grimm standing over Courage while he did his iconic scream pose.

This is awesome.. Courage the Cowardly Dog always did come off as a creepy/disturbing to me, But I always loved it nonetheless...
Epic work, Man.

This is a great cartoon network cross-over.

YonusBahtzee responds:

Thanks man.

What happens next is Eustace will get hungry,looks up and say,''Who the heck are you?'' to which Grimm will introduce himself,causing Eustace to give a terrified scream and Courage(if he's not already taken by Grimm)would jump in and save Eustace's ungrateful butt.Yup,that would make a great parody.It's great to see how you kept the art simple and even made two similar characters(from different shows) 'interact' with each other,good work and keep it up,man!

YonusBahtzee responds:

Thanks.

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