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Monkeyshines on the scene
Yep, another tebra piece.  Again, his art can be found on eBay here:  www.ebay.com/sch/sweetshirleyb…

A little bit of dialogue trimmed out, both because I don't want any chances of the subject finding herself on here like this, and also because I don't want anyone saying the most dreaded words anyone who commissions art of real people can hear, "But it doesn't look like her!"  
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Last year, Mother's Day weekend, I stayed at my brother's place.  And I found myself sharing the house with his grand-daughter, a six-year old girl.  This was just after Free Comic Book Day (which is always just before Mother's Day) and I had a lot of comic books with me.  On Saturday, after my morning ablutions, I walked out to discover my grand-niece going through all my comics.  She skipped some.  I had, for example, an Archie digest which she ignored.  But the Avengers, Batman, and, especially, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, she loved.  And every chance she got for the weekend, she cornered me to ask questions about the various super-characters and others.

That isn't to say she doesn't like more ''girly'' things.  Last year was 2014, and she was six, so, of course, she loves "Frozen."  My Easter gift to her was a subscription to the "Frozen" magazine and a CD of all the songs from "Frozen," which she insisted on playing every day to school and back.  (Her mother hasn't quite figured out how to "thank" me for that gift yet.)

And there's something else she loves, something which I've never really investigated.  At Motor City Comic Con two months ago, I found several posters of this something, which I bought and sent to her.  I just got a thank-you note for them.  And, since she was so taken by some of the characters and comics I liked, I thought it only right to familiarize myself with something she likes.

And so, for the last few days --


I've been watching "My Little Pony."

As I understand it, the series I'm watching right now is "My Little Pony -- Friendship is Magic."  Furthermore, I'm watching the fifth season, so I've got some catching up to do.  And I recently ordered, on eBay, a complete DVD set of the 1980s series.

I won't say I'm a brony yet.  (Did I spell that right?)  But I've watched enough to be amused by one pony in a Doctor Who scarf, and a few other touches.  And I am the kind of person who, also back in the 80s, watched every episode of "The Smurfs."  So I can't be too embarrassed to follow "My Little Pony."

My favorite so far is Pinkie Pie.

I look forward to engaging in discussions with my grand-niece on the series and the characters.
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And here's Tebra again.  Once again, I didn't draw this.  In fact, for once, this isn't anything I even commissioned.  I won it off one of Tebra's eBay auctions and thought other dART members might enjoy it.  If you're interested in more of Tebra's stuff, his eBay listings are here:  www.ebay.com/sch/sweetshirleyb…

And if you know anyone into TG, point them in Tebra's direction.
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I'm suddenly showing 283 deviations saved for me to view.  But when I click on the picture frame, I get a message saying No Deviations.  Anyone else having this problem?
The Law is a Ass*
*The title of this drawing was inspired by a column that ran in Comics Buyer's Guide for years during the 1980s.  The column dealt with legal matters as portrayed by comic books.  (There was an especially hilarious sequence that ran concerning DC's "Trial of the Flash.")  What many readers were unaware of was that the column's title was, in turn, inspired by a line from Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, which has an uneducated man declaring "The law is a ass," not knowing or caring that his grammar is poor.  As a result, armies of grammar police regularly wrote in complaining about the poor language in the title of the column.  I suspect many people will ignore both the asterisk and this footnote explaining the title, but I'm posting it here anyway.

The title of the column inspired the TF-lover in me to have this drawn.  The art is by Mark Runyan, commissioned at a comicon in the 1980s and is based on someone who portrayed a female lawyer in a TV series of that time.
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Last year, Mother's Day weekend, I stayed at my brother's place.  And I found myself sharing the house with his grand-daughter, a six-year old girl.  This was just after Free Comic Book Day (which is always just before Mother's Day) and I had a lot of comic books with me.  On Saturday, after my morning ablutions, I walked out to discover my grand-niece going through all my comics.  She skipped some.  I had, for example, an Archie digest which she ignored.  But the Avengers, Batman, and, especially, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, she loved.  And every chance she got for the weekend, she cornered me to ask questions about the various super-characters and others.

That isn't to say she doesn't like more ''girly'' things.  Last year was 2014, and she was six, so, of course, she loves "Frozen."  My Easter gift to her was a subscription to the "Frozen" magazine and a CD of all the songs from "Frozen," which she insisted on playing every day to school and back.  (Her mother hasn't quite figured out how to "thank" me for that gift yet.)

And there's something else she loves, something which I've never really investigated.  At Motor City Comic Con two months ago, I found several posters of this something, which I bought and sent to her.  I just got a thank-you note for them.  And, since she was so taken by some of the characters and comics I liked, I thought it only right to familiarize myself with something she likes.

And so, for the last few days --


I've been watching "My Little Pony."

As I understand it, the series I'm watching right now is "My Little Pony -- Friendship is Magic."  Furthermore, I'm watching the fifth season, so I've got some catching up to do.  And I recently ordered, on eBay, a complete DVD set of the 1980s series.

I won't say I'm a brony yet.  (Did I spell that right?)  But I've watched enough to be amused by one pony in a Doctor Who scarf, and a few other touches.  And I am the kind of person who, also back in the 80s, watched every episode of "The Smurfs."  So I can't be too embarrassed to follow "My Little Pony."

My favorite so far is Pinkie Pie.

I look forward to engaging in discussions with my grand-niece on the series and the characters.

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Kim Metzger
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Former Staff Editor on Comics Buyer's Guide, now working for Uncle Sam at the USPS. Am a fan of comic books, cartoons, just about all female transformations (TG and female feline excluded).
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thunderfoxjt Featured By Owner May 24, 2015
heyaz, :iconcartoonjoe2011: sent me, heard about you're into the enf as well, so i thought i drop in. Was hoping to chat you sometime and share you my collection of a certain type of ENF i enjoy.
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FMTFluver Featured By Owner May 28, 2015
Am in the middle of a heavy work load at USPS right now.  Will try to get a good reply off to you soon.  

For now, I've recently sent cartoonjoe the suggestion of a meeting between Miss Truth and the great ENF of the 20th Century, Little Annie Fanny.

While waiting, note on my dART site the large usage of magic/science in growth, shrinking, and transformation that results in ENFs.
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thunderfoxjt Featured By Owner May 29, 2015
alright,

I've already sent you a DA note now, so I'll wait for your response.
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Pony-Of-Death Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015
i miss you
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tyke44060 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015
You are welcome!
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tyke44060 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015
I was happy to fave Big Red as I love all the Tex Avery cartoons. I found a few more fun pieces in your gallery and faved those too.
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FMTFluver Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2014
Best of the season to you, too.  Thank you.
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gtsvivian Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Hobbyist
Sun Community; what deviantART is all about! Have your cake and eat it too Happy birthday :D (Big Grin)
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FlynnAura Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Student General Artist
Happy Birthday! Have a great day! spaz kermit 
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