Panel from Fantastic Four v.3 #45 (September 2001), plot by Carlos Pacheco and Rafael Marin, script by Jeph Loeb, pencils by Jeff Johnson, inks by Joe Weems, colors by Liquid! Graphics, letters by Richard Starkings and Saida Temofonte
Salute and thank your veterans...all veterans...today!
Panel from Marvel Two-in-One #77 (July 1981), script by Tom DeFalco, pencils by Ron Wilson, inks by Chic Stone, colors by George Roussos, letters by Michael Higgins
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I've shown you lots of my Bully sketches on this blog...y'know, those portraits of yours truly that I've had talented and kind artists create for me...I've had artists portray me in pen and ink, in watercolors or crayons...I've even been portrayed in yummy, delicious, cupcake form! But I've never been portrayed in the ultimate three-dimensional medium...
My good pal Dave Lartigue...that Legomancer among men, Toolmaster of Springfield and lauded top member of the blogarati for his Dave Ex Machina, sent me this beautiful, wonderful, fantabulous Lego Bully, which was just the perfect gift to cheer me up after a tough day and captures my unstoppable energy and sense of fun through the universal medium of Lego. Dave, you're the best!
I don't know what I'd do now without a Lego Bully. And so, probably, are you! If you're puzzling over the perfect holiday gift, well, I'll ask Dave to get 'em into the stores before Thanksgiving...just tell 'em Bully sent you!
Hello Bully-backers! If you follow me on Twitter, I've had some problems that necessitated closing and then re-opening my Twitter account. Surprise!...the old account won't let me add you back, so I've started a new one.
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