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  1.  (10427.41)
    No dog too deep?

    Heh. That says "clog".
    (My head hurts too much to know if you realized that or not.)
    • CommentAuthorroadscum
    • CommentTimeJan 7th 2012
    Clog? You managed to get a whole foot down there? Dutch foot fetishist in plumbing horror? Pictures on page 3? I think i need to go for a bit of a sit down and a cup of cocoa to calm my nerves...
  2.  (10427.43)
    @cjkoger - thanks ! i sorta modeled him after the crayfish people from china miellville's the scar

    also, no dog to deep, hehe
    • CommentTimeJan 7th 2012
    It's a reference to Nietzsche's dog, Erwin, who was a very deep thinker and pooper, as he could clog up even the most sophisticated septic system of the day. True fact, look it up, it has nothing to do with my kerning skills or the fact that they don't teach cursive writing to today's youth.

    On a side note I got a kick out of @twentythought, don't think that guy is getting his depost back on the JIM suit. Hows that for poop, huh? Anybody forget about the dog yet?
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2012
    The Atlantean

    Haven't been on the Remake/Remodel forums for a while; it's nice to see these reimaginings of existing characters happening. I went back to The Deep for this one, creating The Atlantean from all of those weird and wonderful deep sea monsters, complete with bio-luminescence etc.
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    • CommentAuthorScottS
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2012
    Damn you Pia! Why do you do these things and make me want to read a comic which will never ever exist?
  4.  (10427.48)
    "make me want to read a comic which will never ever exist?"

    Behold the secret of a successful R/R entry.

    Glorious stuff, folks. Keep 'em coming.
  5.  (10427.49)
    iPad wtf-ery. Fun for all ages.
  6.  (10427.50)
    Kellerman Zissou

    Crossed Neptune’s Daughter Annette Kellerman with Steve Zissou The Life Aquatic for this month’s nautical cheesecake.


  7.  (10427.51)

    I think I totally would, actually.
    • CommentTimeJan 9th 2012
    Haha Si. Seconded. >:-)
  8.  (10427.53)
    na i dont like fish food.
  9.  (10427.54)
    This is a character design I was already working on for another project (a superhero porn series), so it's technically not a Sub-Mariner remodel. But it's close enough to fit, so I'll share.
    Half-hominid, half-cetacean, his mother's family is related to dolphins... but his lovers - and the evildoers he fights - call him Sperm Whale:
    • CommentTimeJan 9th 2012 edited
    Sub Mariner reimagine Michael Nelsen

    Going for a porpoise or dolphin look, since sea mammal dna would seem ever so slightly more compatible with humans. The mother is a horror to behold. She milked his father to death for genetic material in order to synthesize and create this hybrid creature. He bears the breast bone of a killer whale - one he killed with his bare hands - sharpened into a sword.
    • CommentAuthorDBed
    • CommentTimeJan 10th 2012
    @ imaginarypeople – Nice illustration
    @ evilgeorge – Fantastic, love the colors
    @ Pia Guerra – Beautiful piece!

    How about a little electric eel...

    Electric Eel by David Bednarski
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeJan 10th 2012
    Kids like that gothy shit, right? Gold mine for a movie franchise...
  10.  (10427.58)
    Christ almighty!
    Paul, that is gorgeous.
    • CommentTimeJan 10th 2012
    Holy crap this is an amazing one so far, I'll have to definitely step up my game
  11.  (10427.60)
    @Paul Sizer: As Twilight is to Dracula, so is The Submariner to Cthulhu.