Raiders of the Lost Images II

Here are some little gems from the ol’ 2007 image folder. These are things I created for some reason or other, though I’ve forgotten why on some of them.

Let’s start off with Der Tanzmekanin:

Why yes, this is from a Silver Age comic:

Well that’s Loomis the Rat King. Beyond that, I’m stumped here, possibly for obvious reasons:

This is an in-joke the should not be loosed upon the outside world:

I have no idea what prompted this:

This here is Jean-Luc Pekar:

Me and Dave write a poem in my inbox:

What the Mars Rover needs:

This was for a post making fun of the fact that every single thing on the internet now insists on being a social network:

Oh, dear.

This is how I used to interpret the drawing of the Piercer in the D&D Monster Manual:

Someone on BGG asked about “podcats”:

It’s true, you know:

No idea:

Again, no idea:

Oh, this is John Steinbeck:

And finally, DNA co-discoverer James Watson’s head on a T. Rex, menacing Jeff Goldblum:

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3 Responses to Raiders of the Lost Images II

  1. Nigel says:

    Dave, I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought the Piercer in the old monster manual was a happy-go-lucky vagabound.

  2. Stewart says:

    In celebration of de-lurking week, I would like to send a shout-out to from Las Vegas, NV! I especially enjoyed the “Podcats” and the “Persistence” photoshop pieces. How come there is not any Beebo material recently, other than his fecal misadventures?