I forgot about this.
What about a TF2 + Avengers? :3
Still one of my favorite Apricot Spot drawings.
I’m sure you can guess why.
This is great.
Cat, you asked for incentinve? I just happened to draw a PRT2 since the first one got so popular for some reason.
Sherlock’s mummble text is supposed to say “I mean REALLY? THAT brand of cologne?”. YES. That is Sherlock Holmes and Watson. I DO VAT I VANT.
This combo. Identity, ilu.
crappy quick sketch for cape and cowl:
Medic meeting Bones from Star trek…
THAT HAND IN THE FOREGROUND
Oh wow. A TF2/Star Trek crossover would be cracktastically awesome. I think the Pyro would wet himself, for one thing. Engie would try to quiz Scotty about how everything works, but then Demo would barge in and challenge Scotty to a fight over some obscure point of drunken Scots honour. Heavy and Chekov could be all erudite’n’shit together in Russian. Medic could vivisect Spock to watch him bleed green, cos that’s just how I like it…
I gotta stop now, or I’ll end up writing this.
Oh my this is fantastic. I imagine Bones telling everyone of every single death that takes place in battle, all the time.
Reminds me of that I probably should upload my own TF2/Star Trek crossovers.
What would I do to have a Magic Murder Bag ingame? Really anything.
Reblogging my own art again. You see it’s clever because I took one thing and I referenced it to another thing!! I am hilarious.
During Comic-Con International, IDW Publishing announced an upcoming crossover that sci-fi fans have been wanting for years: Star Trek / Legion of Super-Heroes, in which the crew of the starship Enterprise meets the space-faring teenagers of DC’s far future. To tell the story, IDW tapped iZombie and Superman writer Chris Roberson, who spoke to ComicsAlliance about approaching the story as a fan of both franchises, his plans for the team-up, and how James T. Kirk stacks up against Cosmic Boy.
Honestly, I don’t know too much about the Legion of Super-Heroes, but can I tell you all how stupid excited I am for this thing? One of my favorite writers, who is, truly, an Omega-Class nerd, is writing a juicy crossover between two properties that center on incredibly hopeful, relatively utopic futures.
And if anyone can write the honey-baked ham that is James Tiberius Kirk, it’s Chris Roberson.
You best all read this comic.
In individual issues.