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Amy Mebberson

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Amy Mebberson’s Belle Solo

“Heeeeere’s where she meets her brother. But she won’t discover that it’s him ’til movie threeee.” (Nerd Approved)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Amy Mebberson’s Animated Redheads

Can you name them all? Amy Mebberson writes, “My new Acme Archives silkscreen, which will debut at the D23 Expo Dream Store August 9-11. Details to come!” (via Amy Mebberson on Tumblr

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Things We Saw Today: You Must Be Security Level 7 To View This Agents of SHIELD Comic Con Teaser Poster

As you wait for the San Diego Comic Con Agents of SHIELD panel on Friday, enjoy this new image, which gives away just about as much as the word “classified” would lead us to believe. By the way, did you see the featurette we posted earlier today?(via SuperHero Hype)

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Things We Saw Today: Summer is Coming

You should probably click through to read the puns happening for this image on reddit. (via The High Definite

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Things We Saw Today: Leia’s Story

Amy Mebberson (of Pocket Princesses and other awesome things) has a very special Acme Archives print available at Super 7 in celebration of Star Wars Day! 

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Peanut Butter and Chocolate

Amy Mebberson Variant My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic/Doctor Who Comic Cover Is Timey-Wimey

We thought it was pretty cool news when IDW Publishing announced they were doing a My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic book from Katie Cook and Andy Price. We thought it was very cool when the first issue had over 90,000 pre-orders. What comes after very? That’s the word I need right now. Midtown Comics in New York has an exclusive variant cover for issue two from Amy Mebberson (of Pocket Princess fame) featuring Time Turner, the in continuity Doctor Who pony. And he’s wearing a Tom Baker scarf! And a Weeping Pony Angel!! This is too much to handle! You can put in an advanced order for it (while supplies last!) on Midtown Comics’ website.

(via Midtown Comics)

Previously in MLP/Doctor Who

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Things We Saw Today: Jon Hamm & Daniel Radcliffe In A Bathtub?

Well we’ve seen Daniel Radcliffe in a bathtub in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire but this is something different all together. It’s a shot from Radcliffe’s new film with Mad Men star Jon Hamm, A Young Doctor’s Notebook. In it, Radcliffe plays the younger version of Hamm’s character. And this is extremely bizarre. (via Collider

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Things We Saw Today: Steampunk Merida & Belle

By the always awesome Amy Mebberson, one of the few artists I got to see at NYCC last weekend.  

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We Can Be Heroes

These Disney Doctors Will Vanquish Evil, Sing While Doing It

Disney meets Doctor Who in this New York Comic Con exclusive piece by artist Amy Mebberson. All of them are great (Mulan as Nine! Yes!), but I have to say my favorite is Rapunzel/Four because her hair is the scarf.

Click here for the full-size image.

(via: Nerd Approved)

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Amy Mebberson Shows That Disney Characters Don’t Have to Be Off-Model to Wear High Fashion

Amy Mebberson is a frequent staple of our Things We Saw Today posts, an artist who not only uses her spare time to create adorable Disney and Muppets crossover art, but who draws a lot of Disney stuff professionally, from being the regular cover artist for Boom! Studios’ Muppets, Pixar, Darkwing Duck and other Disney titles, to her current stint as the artist on APE Entertainment’s Strawberry Shortcake and Sesame Street comics. Mebberson took issue with Barney’s New York’s recently unveiled designs for a holiday window display using classic Disney characters like Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck. The problem was the drastic redesign that stretched the characters’ limbs to creepy lengths and rendered Minnie and Daisy rail thin everywhere but their heads. So, she decided to provide an alternative.

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