Posts Tagged ‘fan’

Hand Puppet Theater – Fan Art!

Wow! Amazing twelve year old Ramphis M. of Lawrence, Massachusetts, sent in this super-cool comic puppet theater comic. Thanks, so much Ramphis and keep them coming guys!!!


The Star Wars Trilogy Cometh!!!

This week I’m going to be sharing the ambitious series of drawings of Chuck and the gang sent in by eleven year old, super-fan, Abhay, from Andover, Massachusetts. Abhay set about the colossal task of turning Chuck, Succotash, Grace, and Oliver into various characters from Star Wars. I’m breaking the artwork into three pieces, and I’m going to be showcasing it her over the next couple days for you. The first, which has Succotash as Han Solo, or Solotash, and Grace doing her best Princess Leia, which has now been dubbed, Princess Graia.

I’ve got to admit these are some of the funnest, and funniest, versions of the characters that I’ve gotten. Thanks, Abhay!

And keep the awesome artwork coming!!!


The Return Of The Jedi-ish…

The Story So Far…

Today we get to see the third, and final installment of the fantastic fan-art trilogy from in by Abhay, from Andover, Massachusetts. In this episode, we see the Peanizles gang transformed into respective Star Wars characters! For the finale, we get a vision of Succotash dressed as Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi, or more correctly, the incredible Tashi-Wan Succobe, brandishing his light saber and fabulous facebook jersey! In the back, just coming over the horizon, two familiar Droids approach, as R2-D2 and Chuck in his alter-ego as C3-PO, or as Abhay calls him Chuck-PO.

Thanks so much for all the hard work and amazing drawings, Abhay!

And keep the artwork coming!!!


Chuck And Succotash… Isabella Style

For this installment of Fan Art Friday, we have this awesome comic strip sent in by 10 year old Isabella U., of Methuen, Massachusetts. Isabella included Chuck and Succotash in their very own urban start up company, the Barber Shop. Chuck has left his indelible fashion sense on her very own charcters. He’ll do that to you.

Thanks Isabella!

And keep those drawings coming!