After watching Sherlock I wanna crossover with Middleman - something where the two Watsons meet. Anywho this is old - trying out a different style at the time.
Middleman is an awesome series that I would highly recommend. It was really smart and funny, so it got cancelled.
This I think it was the Second Season when they did the Shanti Virus Stuff, right? When Peter takes his Irish girlfriend, Caitlin, to the future and leaves her there to hang with his now Crazy Mom, Angela Petrelli! I had a few comics in mind where Caitlin and Angela try to kill the time by killing zombies and pranking each other. Never made 'em but still have the text.
Also, at the bottom is Peter, Matt, and Nathan - I never understood the whole Hobo!Nathan thing.
I first started watching Doctor Who in 2009, and I remember thinking "Okay gotta learn how to draw again"
I remember drawing this while watching "Blink" because I had to stop the episode repeatedly out of fear - so I drew.
There's a companion to this that explains the crossover better. So we have X-files, Mulder and Scully, with House MD, Cuddy. I believe that it was a story about how Mulder thought House was an alien or something, very cracky. I drew it while re-watching X-files.
This is a Vague Firefly/Supernatural Crossover (Marscapants and I were big on 'em at one time)
Anywho, River is looking into the mirror and seeing Sam and Dean fight Bloody Mary from s1 ep05. This episode freaked me out bad!
Most People will know Paul Gross from Due South (Another Amazing Canadian TV Show)
I can't find the source image for this, but trust me it's out there!
Also, Paul gross is harder to draw, for some reason, with long hair...
This was Practice for a Crossover piece between Slings and Arrows and Black Swan.
SPOILERS: Black Swan + Season 3 Slings and Arrows
PLOT: Essentially, Nina Lived and recovered but instead of dealing with her feelings for Lily and what happened on Stage, she takes the first Gig offered.
Richard, after hearing about performance of the perfect Swan Queen offers Nina, a role in the newest production of Othello. And, considering the Theater hasn't been doing so well without him, offers Geoffrey a directing job for this one production. From there the story goes on to observe the respective sanities of Nina and Geoffrey.
Also Nahum (Janitor) would play Othello and have a subplot romance with Anna.
The funniest part about this story idea is, why would they make a big deal about hiring a dancer for an acting role, only to turn around and point out that Othello doesn't even have a female lead? - Totally a Richard thing to do, but still...