The trick is to start off with a genuine effort to draw Mickey correctly, and then whenever the first mistake happens, embrace it and go in that direction.
Earthworm Jim was one of my favorite games as a kid. And by that I mean it was the only game I actually had for a really long time.
I don’t usually go into my personal beliefs that often (because I’m a fucking weenie and also I think a lot of my personal views can be opaquely discerned from the sort of subject matter I usually write, draw or make videos about, and also because I’m a fucking weenie), and I don’t really like the idea of calling out a dude I don’t know, but I really feel like I should go on record as saying I really don’t agree with the expressed worldview of Earthworm Jim creator Doug TenNapel.
But goddamn I love those games and I don’t want to let thinking the guy responsible for creating the character has a bummer of an attitude take away from my memories of playing those games as a kid.
Either way, Earthworm Jim fucking ruled.
To read this comic properly, listen to The Sound Of Silence all the way through while going back and forth between the last two panels.
Why hasn’t Marvel started making an Ego the Living Planet movie? It’s what the people want. They might not know it yet, but they do.
Yes. I know he’s a villain. What America needs right now, to come together, is a movie from the perspective of a dude who is also a planet going around wrecking shit.