Sunday, March 23, 2014

Spider-Man and The Powerpuff Girls



The Powerpuff Girls was one of the first shows I checked out when I finally got The Cartoon Network on my cable service.  I was hooked instantly - each episode was action packed with lots of humor and comic book references and the animation was incredibly creative given the simple designs they were using.  I loved the voice work on the show and the roster of villains as well.  Apparently they are poised for a comeback, but from the quick glimpse I saw of it, they seem to be using a different animation technique than before.  Hopefully it will be able to capture some of the magic of the original series.


11 comments:

Zoinks Graphics said...

Nice! My 10 year old step-daughter will love this!!

Anonymous said...

Great cover, Ross! Does this mean there's a chance the Justice Friends will show up? :)

Gregg

wildcard9 said...

This needs to be one of those Electric Company Spidey Super Stories books.

Anonymous said...

I remember the Justice Friends! Anybody remember Rasslor? That was hilarious.

Simon Dyer said...

Creative animation actually hinges on some pretty simple design work, particularly on a TV budget. It's the whole philosophy behind Bruce Timm's Kirby and Toth inspired style.

Great cover and concept! The girls and Spidey feel like a natural fit but still different enough to be interesting together.

Anonymous said...

I would love to see your depiction of cover art for a Spidey/Zatanna team-up! Like, say, a confrontation with Moondark?

Ross said...

Those two are indeed slated to cross paths...

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, she'll be wearing her stage costume. If only so Spidey can patch up any run in her fishnets with his webbing! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, she'll be wearing her stage costume. If only so Spidey can patch up any run in her fishnets with his webbing! ;-)

Anonymous said...

why does it say dc? spidey is marvel?

Ross said...

You must be new here...

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