Monday, December 14, 2009


The Prospector's 20-Acre Terror Garden.

Here's the last poster from my thesis. With this one, I wanted to play a little more with lighting than I had in the other posters and also draw lots and lots of shoes. This title went through an incredible number of revisions, but I think it became stupidly epic enough to be the final movie in the Adventures of Quarter 'Kee and Bastard Pistol series. Spoiler alert: Quarter 'Kee dies in this one.

... Or does he? (Yeah, he totally does.)

Thanks to my professor, Rachel Salomon, and fellow thesis group members, Emma Rochon, Ariyana Suvarnasuddhi, Rosemary Davis, Noel Hernandez, for their help throughout the semester.


  1. But Quarter 'Kee does come back thanks to some mysticism in the 6th film right? ........RIGHT!?!?!

  2. I'm sorry to break your heart, but shortly after the fifth film was released, the two creators were found dead in a hotel room where they had evidently OD'd after snorting a large amount of coke from each other's nostrils. They were into some weird stuff. It took a team of six people and three hours to remove their bodies from the chandelier.

    Quarter 'Kee's death was never avenged and Bastard Pistol never quit smoking and we never found out who fathered Lady Gunpowder's baby.

  3. I pity my child-self for not getting to grow up with these films. I would have watched the crap out of them.

  4. Damn, it does show that drugs are bad. I guess I will just have to start working on my fan fiction now.

  5. wow, that's a very strong chandelier.

    i really, really hope you publish this thesis so we all can read it. and if not, my email address is ... (;

  6. Is it wrong that I want to beg you to make comics about their wacky hijinks?


  7. I have written two western screenplays. You have inspired me to write my third.

    I wish you had even more of this stuff.

  8. Hi I really like this one!.
    The guy with the painted face looks like some one from a painting I did not to long ago.

    Great stuff.

  9. Gods, this would make a brilliant comic.