OMG. YOU GUYS.
My friend Jacob Chabot, an excellent comics artist responsible for X-Babies, Voltron Force, and his incomparable original work The Mighty Skullboy Army (seriously, go buy a copy, it’s awesome and hilarious), recently caught wind of this series of WWF Legends Minimalist posters and decided that he’d do his own versions for the group of slightly insane Hampshire College film students/pro wrestling enthusiasts who, back in the mists of time, called themselves the World Wrestling Collective. I joined them (despite my lack of Hampshire-ness) for a time as Big Papa Smurf, the largest and most violent Smurf of them all. Due to popular demand (i.e. I asked him), Jacob has immortalized my character and his devastating finishing move, the Smurfberry Crunch.

OMG. YOU GUYS.

My friend Jacob Chabot, an excellent comics artist responsible for X-Babies, Voltron Force, and his incomparable original work The Mighty Skullboy Army (seriously, go buy a copy, it’s awesome and hilarious), recently caught wind of this series of WWF Legends Minimalist posters and decided that he’d do his own versions for the group of slightly insane Hampshire College film students/pro wrestling enthusiasts who, back in the mists of time, called themselves the World Wrestling Collective. I joined them (despite my lack of Hampshire-ness) for a time as Big Papa Smurf, the largest and most violent Smurf of them all. Due to popular demand (i.e. I asked him), Jacob has immortalized my character and his devastating finishing move, the Smurfberry Crunch.