Now that's the power of love.
no, that's the power of a cyan mullet.however, way to take a craptastic character and actually make him look cool! the shiny really reads through and the face is nicely non-generic.and, of course, the mullet it rockin'
Yesssss! I was just thinking about Captain Planet. Is that weird? Anyway, this is definitely the coolest blog in the history of blogs.
Just made my day! The chezzy smile is a must.
By your powers combined, this is the best sketch you've ever done
Captain Plannet he's our hero, gonna take pollution down to zero!
can you draw us a smokin' hot Gaia too? BEST. MULLET. EVER.
My Grandfather worked for Turner Broadcasting for a bajillion years. He once gave my sister and I Captain Planet pop-up books for Christmas. YAY! Free Turner Broadcasting shit!5 months later on my sister's birthday, she opened her gift from Grandpa, and it was the pop-up Captain Planet book again! She was so upset. I laughed my ass off. I think that was the last present Grandpa ever gave to a grandchild.Great sketch. Ah, memories...
I used to watch Captain Planet all the time. He hadn't even crossed my mind in a while before seeing this sketch. Thanks for sparking up the nostalgia and for the kickin' sketch!
Dear Jesus, you just made my millenium.
capità planeta s'anomena!
Captain Planet (I think that's his name) is a tool, but I like this sketch!
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