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Batfink by RobKramer Batfink by RobKramer
My take on Batfink and his sidekick, Karate. This was one of those shows, that I thought for most of my younger years, I had imagined, because I could never find anyone else who had ever seen it.

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Pencil, Prismacolor Fine Lines with PS'ed background. Logo is hand drawn and finished in Illustrator.
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:icondynamoe:
I actually remember that, along with Tom Terrific :-)
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RobKramer Sep 24, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I haven't thought about Tom Terrific in a long time.
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:icondynamoe:
Quite the little flashback there
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Acutie Feb 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is fantastic!
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:iconname-already-chosen:
Really nicely done!
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:iconkenshins-soul:
Oh my gosh!!! I loved watching this show growing up in the 80s! I love his phrase: "Your bullets cannot harm me – my wings are like a shield of steel!"

I wouldn't mind seeing a reboot of this.

Great job!
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:icontheduderulez:
Especially with the reboots of Voltron, Thunder Cats, and TMNT.
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:iconkenshins-soul:
There IS a reboot of Thundercats. Did you see it yet? It has been aired since last summer (2011). It's on Cartoon Network at 1am Eastern Time.

There was reboot of sorts with Voltron a few years ago. It wasn't animated. It was a still animation with voices talking through the 'pages'. They even look different.

As for TMNT...I don't know if you call it a reboot or not with the current cartoon on Nick. I don't know if it's still on air.
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CHUCKAMOKK Feb 23, 2011  Professional General Artist
Ahhhhhh, you're speaking my language!!!! Awesome character from back in the day!!! Nice job, Rob!
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RobKramer Feb 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks, Charles! :beer:
I was definitely in part inspired by your Mighty Mouse pieces.
I've always enjoyed putting my spin on a classic (and in this case, obscure) character.
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