Here is a young vampire dressed up as a Star Trek for Halloween that I drew.
You can print this out (here’s the full size) and color it with crayons. (I think I sized it correctly so it should fit okay on a regular sized sheet of paper. If not, let me know.)
Or if you’re old enough to work the computer, you could color it on there.
Let me know how it turns out!
Here’s the Mummy and Vampire hanging out in one picture, if you wanted to color both of them but only have like one sheet of paper left for your printer.
If you color these guys, let me know how it turns out.
Obviously, Kirby Dracula is best.
I guess when you got werewolf people running around the logistics of marrying a baby are never really questioned. Needless to say, Chris is not gonna be marrying any babies anytime soon.
BIG STUFF I WANT TO SAY:
1. It’s a Holiday sale at the LBFA store! We cut prices on basically everything. Books, t-shirts, all of them are heavily reduced, so if you want to support us, please, go on and buy something. Your purchase comes with a free sketch and some words written by me that aren’t guaranteed to be funny, but they will be original. I’m not just gonna write “Have a great summer!” on everything. Or, if you don’t see anything you like in there, please think about donating to us by clicking on the sad little faces to the right of this blog. It’d also be cool if you bought t-shirts, because the sooner we sell out of these the sooner we can make different ones!
2. We are also selling a lot of the original art from some of our strips. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to check availabilities. Every piece of original art you buy comes with a print of that strip so you can be like “See! Here’s what it looks like on the internet!” to all your cats.
3. If you haven’t lately, go check out the LBFA forum where you can talk about comics, cartoons, wrestling, aluminum siding from Russia, you know, the shit that’s on your brain all the day long.
4. Happy birthday, LBFAtern Luke! Sometimes we forget you exist, so Facebook has to remind us. Thanks, Facebook.