Monday, July 23, 2012

Super Embarrassing

I made a couple of submissions to Threadless.com. These parodies have been bouncing around in my head awhile. I decided to finally get them out.


I drew a version of the next image many, many years ago. But, it's really not worth bringing up. (Unless you remember it. If you do, try to forget it.)


If you'd like buy these as T-shirts, you need to vote for the designs to make them available.  Go vote here for the man, and go vote here for the woman. EDIT: Voting is now over. I'll let you know if/when shirts are made and available. EDIT 2: The man art is now available as Shirts, iPhone cases, and Wall Art! Click here to buy! 

Btw, you know what looks wrong? Chest hair...


I thought it would make it funnier, but instead, it merely disturbed me.

29 comments:

Christopher Sobieniak said...

You come to realize chest hair isn't always worth it!

Anonymous said...

This is brilliant!

Mark Kardwell said...

It mightn't have made it funnier, but it certainly made it sexier.

Aw yeah.

Julie said...

what, no chest hair for wonder woman?

Muz said...

Make the chest hair one a shirt that says "This looks like a job for...Sean Connery!"

Walaka said...

Kerry, the WW version has been getting a lot of play of facebook...

Walaka said...

"on" facebook, dangit.

Kerry Callen said...

Thanks, Walaka. Good to know. Hopefully there's a mention of Threadless in the posts.

Anonymous said...

Thanks especially for the first pic - something like this has been in my mind ever since watching 'Smallville' end, but I cannot draw. Now I found your drawing through a link from momsReadcomics.

Beate

nemryn said...

No no no, Superman obviously has chest hair in the S-shield shape.

©2010 THE LAUNCESTRIAN said...

any chance these'll become available as prints, huh?

Kimberley said...

Any chance you could do this in a print? Love it!

Kerry Callen said...

When I submitted these to Threadless, they have 90 days to decide whether or not to use them. If they don't, I may very well make prints. :)

Anonymous said...

If you make a print of the Wonder gal one, I will buy one.

Anonymous said...

Heard you won. Congrats

Kerry Callen said...

Thanks. I've heard a rumor that if you check out the Threadless booth at the Cincinnati Comic Expo (www.cincinnaticomicexpo.com) this weekend, you might come across some of my stuff...

Peter said...

Kerry, more life for your brilliant WW art. She's been reborn on Facebook as Binder Woman! Protector of the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and defender of working moms who cook but don't use assault weapons.

Anonymous said...

You should have made WW braless just saying, but I still enjoy both drawings!!

Anonymous said...

WHERE ARE THE NIPPLES

Kiki Karpus said...

Any plans to make this a print? I'd love a copy of it framed!

Anonymous said...

I like the one with chest hair...

Sarah said...

If you feel like making prints of the Wonder Woman piece, I'd love to buy one :)

Unknown said...

Oh, if only I had discovered you a year ago! I would totally have voted for the woman t-shirt! And so would my boss, a couple of coworkers and several other friends! I want one sooooooo much! Maybe.... could you cafe press it?

David Ano said...

Have you seen this? Looks like somebody took you art and switched the words.
http://kateordie.tumblr.com/post/64171312507/albinwonderland-beautilation-some-detail

Kerry Callen said...

No. I did not know that. Thanks, David.

sahib said...

Ironman plz

Anonymous said...

Some people might have labelled the bra scene with Wonder Woman sexist, but I find it refreshingly less sexist than most comic books because you give her realistically-sized and respectfully believable breasts!

Kerry Callen said...

Thanks for stating that. I could have gone over-the-top cheesecake, but instead I show a 50's-60's bra, (which, for some reason, is comical to me).

Anonymous said...

Neat job