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AND THE CROWD GOES WILD

October 3, 2010

There are many shorts in FUBAR that were well thought out, brilliantly plotted and executed in the highest traditions of our medium.

This is not one of those shorts.

Steve Becker and I were sitting around the studio talking about FUBAR, and we came to the conclusion that the first volume needs just a little bit more brains and baseball bats. We decided to do a collaboration for this story. These are my layouts/pencils, inked by Steve. It’s also worth noting that Steve did hand drawn sound effects, which I think really set this short off. Enjoy

-Jeff McComsey

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 4, 2010 1:45 pm

    Awesome! this gets me excited about FUBAR part deuce. Jeff McComsey and Steve Becker are both great artists, but I think with their powers combined this is some of their strongest work yet! I really want to see more with jeff on pencils and steve on inks. Great story, and great ending. FUBAR seems to have a reoccuring theme of dispair/no win for humanity.

  2. October 4, 2010 11:43 pm

    FUBAR has come into it’s own. A solid Mythology rewritten to the tune of ‘Jonny comes marching home’ Oddly becoming Zombiefied seems to break down the whole opposing forces as the GI’s and the NAZ equally stumble and cavort together in search of warm medullas. Is ‘going over’ to the undead counter/culture actually a means for peace from warring conflicts. Hmmm …my brain hurts
    Great job.

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