Imaginary Gumbo 3
If you haven’t seen Return to the Forbidden Planet, and you’re anywhere near London over the next month, you owe it to yourself to get tickets, head over to Hornchurch, and enjoy one of the better evenings you’ll ever have. The tickets are only a hair over twenty quid, and deliver so many times the level of enjoyment you’d get …
Good old Jack Harkness, fondly remembered from RTD-era Doctor Who. I can’t believe I only just remembered to put this here, because I drew it way back when I drew Matt Smith as the Doctor. For anyone who doesn’t remember that, and can’t be bothered scrolling through to find it, here it is again:
Sadly, the planet of these sweet little fellows has been occupied by space invaders. The aliens’ only option is to try and swoop down en masse and hope to overwhelm the invaders before their houses get shot entirely to bits.
Raymond Briggs’ wonderful Snowman ready to go to war in full Krogan Battle Armour.
In which Spotty, ally of Superted and the latest member of the Christmas Effect team, tells his sad story to his festive crewmates. From the annual Snatter stories we ran on the Something Awful forums. They were a bit daft, as you can see. Last year it was all a big Mass Effect gag. As you can see.
Zool and Zooz, Ninjas of the Nth Dimension, try and explain the DNA of Christmas. They could teach us so much, but sadly, nobody around here speaks their language.
This is Sharon, a vague but intriguing NPC from David Jones’ ZX Spectrum classic “Knight Tyme”. All we know about Sharon is that she is almost infinitely strong and she “comes from Valhalla,” which in context probably means a star system of that name. Due to the graphical limitations of the time, I’ve no idea whether this is what …
Depicted: Mankind’s first contact with a Mysterious Alien Creature. Old games fans will have noticed the communication board from ERE Informatique / Exxos’ Captain Blood, along with a variety of ailments and their hair not being quite what it once was. And that’s MAC, from Mac and Me. There were all sorts of reasons for drawing this, and I’ll …
Oh no, look at this. Gross. It’s some sort of fossilised lava skeleton beast. Oh dear.