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Saturday, January 20, 2007

"Offseason" cartoons: The rest of the east

Well, I certainly have fallen behind on my offseason goal of cartooning new mascots for all the divisions, haven't I? Looking back, I haven't done one since August. Previous divisions include: Pacific, Northwest, Central, and the Atlantic.

Well, nothing like a hangover do-nothing Saturday to complete old tasks, eh?

First off, we have the Southeast Division:

We have the Tampa Bay Lightning Bolt, the Atlanta Thrash-Can, the Carolina Hurricane, the WASHINGTON CAPS, and the Florida Panthro.

And finally, the Northeast Division:
Here we see the Buffalo Sabre being confronted by the Boston Bruin, the Ottawa Senator Palpatine, the Toronto Maple Leaf, and of course the diminutive Le Hobbitant de Montréal.

Hope you enjoy 'em. Off to the couch for me!


mike w said...

Heh heh. Love 'em!

Anonymous said...

Genius as always Sleek.

Although I don't think Palpatine donned the black robe until after he was Emperor not while he was Senator.

But I'm just splitting hairs here ;P

zot said...

Love Palpatine and Le Hobbitant, but what is the Bruin standing on? I'm pretty sure it's not what I think it is. (Panda with gloves playing rock, paper, scissors...) No insult intended to your wonderful drawings. I just have a weird imagination... :P

Earl Sleek said...

It's a bit obscured, but the Bruin is wearing skates and has just dropped his gloves.

Hobbitant was inspired; I was stuck forever trying to think of what to draw for a Canadien.

Temujin said...

"Atlanta Thrash-Can"

Oh Boo, booooooo!

I'm laughing my ass off, those pics are awesome, Sleek!

But your Carolina Hurricane looks like a Carolina Tornado :-)

Anonymous said...

Ahaha Sherry you scare me.

Why does the Leaf seem so well placed? Did you have to zoom in to get it all centered?

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