Carnivorous Sheep Burgers (Songster LAST PAGE!)

And that is that! Thanks for following along on the adventures of Axe Cop versus the Songster. It was fun to revisit Axe Cop with Malachai a bit older and partnering with Parry Gripp was a privilege. We are going to come up with a cool package to sell this story and music as one item for those interested, I’ll post it on the blog here when it comes out. Thanks again to Parry for all his tunes. This was a lot of fun.

I won’t be posting new Axe Cop material for a while. Come see me over at Bearmageddon.com and keep tabs on me on Patreon, Twitter and Facebook to find out when other projects are being released.

 

Ethan

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11 thoughts on “Carnivorous Sheep Burgers (Songster LAST PAGE!)

  1. Nicely done. This was hilarious and the songs were great. That Carnivorous Sheep song got stuck in my head for days after I first heard it. The burger commercial version is hilarious–and that ending where Axe Cop reveals that the commercial was an old one and he DID chop the Songster’s head off was fantastic!

  2. I’m not sure what Malachai’s plans are, but I hope he keeps writing. Whether he sticks with Axe Cop or starts something else, I think it’s clear his imagination has only gotten zanier and more vivid over the years. Congrats Nicolle brothers, on a great run!

  3. Ethan, when I was about 6 years old, I had an idea for a cartoon called Tad Dad. It was largely inspired by cartoons of the early 90’s, specifically Hammerman, featuring MC Hammer. Hammerman had magic talking shoes that turned him into a breathtaking, crime fighting superhero.

    My idea for Rad Dad was that this boring mustached everyday dad finds a magic guitar. As soon as he picks up the guitar, he grows a pink Mohawk. The sound waves from his guitar blow people away. He uses his guitar playing abilities to fight crime. He also rides around on a skateboard. He’s usually playing a concert somewhere with his when a crime breaks out and he has to stop it. When the morning comes, he turns back into a regular dad and has to drive his kids to school.

    I drew a sketch of Rad Dad once but I didn’t have great drawing skills then and I have no idea where it went. My sisters offered to help with merchandising once the cartoon got off the ground but sadly, Rad Dad was forgotten.

    It reminds me of Axe Cop in a way. I only wish that I had was able to bring Rad Dad to life back then.

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