You can't see it, but Aquaman is attacking a wookie, who is trying to load the shark into its cannon while riding a dinosaur.

18 Responses to SOD.107

  1. Gero says:

    From the snubbed nose and shocked/dazed look on it’s face, I’d say that shark just ran head first into a wall. Aquaman better be careful that ASPCA doesn’t come after him…

  2. Jeff Hebert says:

    You don’t sass the King of Atlantis and come out of it without a good butt-whoopin’, even if you don’t have a butt. A lesson that shark has learned beyond all doubt.

  3. The shark is toothless? He a Gummi shark!

  4. Jeff Hebert says:

    Some days it doesn’t pay to get out of bed …

  5. Danny Beaty says:

    I’m not a tatoo person so I don’t like the tatoo. I do like the simplicity of the costume. I also like the hair and the trident, and I’m glad you chose not to give Aquaman facial hair. The shark, well, maybe it’s the angle of the shark but his head looks more like the head of a Killer whale. I hope Aquaman impales the wookie and roasts it alive over an open fire. Wookies suck!

  6. Danny Beaty says:

    Excuse me, tattoo. Can’t spell for –it.

  7. Mark Cothern says:

    Nice job!

  8. Darth_Neko says:

    That facial tattoo is awesome, dude you should totally add it!! ^_^

  9. Gero says:

    I like the belt buckle. I’ve never seen a version of Aquaman with one quite like that, did you think it up?

  10. redvector says:

    I like your redux of Aquaman the tattoo’s rock. I was never a fan of the character’s orginal green and orange outfit.

  11. Jeff Hebert says:

    Yes, the buckle logo is original.

  12. Jake says:

    I dig.

    Any chance you’ll draw Martian Manhunter tomorrow?

  13. William A. Peterson says:

    Dude! He just did!
    J’onn models for Jeff on a pretty regular basis, since he can shapeshift into anything Jeff wants to draw! 😀

  14. John says:

    For a character the Jeffster mocks with such ease, this redesign is teh awsumness.

    Check out another awesome redeign of Aquaman here:

    (by the way, I’d pay good money to see the shark launching wookie.)

  15. Jeff Hebert says:

    Thanks Johnny boy! Yeah, I saw that Aquaman redesign on Project Rooftop the other day, it was nice. I appreciated that they tried to revamp the character back in the whenever that was, with the blue and black wave suit, but it was always so dark and brooding. I agree with you that I like what they’re doing with him on “Batman: Brave and the Bold” — it’s a complete character makeover without changing the costume at all, and that’s totally cool.

    I envision this iteration of Aquaman as sort of an aquatic sorcerer king, with runes of power engraved into his skin and his wizard trident, but still on the cutting edge of adventure, exploring the oceans of the world. I mean, the seas are way, way bigger than the entire land surface, but we always just sort of assume Atlantis is like the ENTIRE thing. There have got to be whole massive unexplored areas out there, full of who knows what. I like the idea of Aquaman as a king in exile, finding himself and his duty out in the dark currents of the world oceans …

    With his pet shark “Stubby”, tragically smashed in the nose by a gutsy surfer who was supposed to be lunch but instead punched harder than you’d expect. Later Stubby was launched from a wookie gun and further stunted his head. He’s been reduced to slumming around with Aquaman, which let’s be honest, is barely one step above Wonderdog in terms of lame apprenticeships.

  16. MeMyself&I says:

    I like the tattoo’s as well.

  17. Connor S. says:

    That is what I’m talkin’ about Jeff! this pic is awesome!

  18. Gero says:

    That one in John’s #14 post looks like a lot of those new cartoon versions of the Marvel characters that keep getting churned out, like the new Spider-man and Iron Man, and all those…