A geeky spoof of Beckett's Waiting for Godot, but with the same "you can't wait for someone else to save you" message.
Secret confession: we like both Star Trek and Star Wars, so yesterday you got Kirk, and today you get the awesome Princess Leia (who is one of my personal heroes for being unapologetically smart, skillful, sassy, seductive, and stalwart).
K should have been for Klingons, but I couldn't get the rhyme scheme to work, thus you are stuck with this petaQ of a human captain. I drew him in the style of Star Trek: The Animated Series.
Here we have a (literal) tip-of-the-hat to one of the finest sci-fi shows in the 'verse, Firefly.
Break out the celebratory nachos and milkshakes, we have reached the 100th (official) post! Wooooooooo
Today I give you Donut Moai Cop, an Axe Cop / Gradius mashup.
Experts claim he was frozen in time for decades, but in reality it just took him that long to crawl home from Europe.
Wrapping up the D&D posts we have Stomp:
Stomp is another space robot our party adopted.
His defining feature was being able to jump off of cliffs and not take any falling damage, so El Sueco decided that riding on Stomp's shoulders was the new faster, safer(?) way to descend from perilously high mountain ledges. Yee-haw!
My name is Shannon, and I draw silly things.
"You're not a guitar, but you're still my hero"