You wouldn't like him when he's angry.
I was looking to create a distraction for us after the Fab kerfuffle and Notre Dame disaster. Never in a million years did I expect the much greater distraction of new Nike Hyper Uber Platinum Super Fun Fantastic Platinum Elite uniforms. Indeed the best photo shopping of the week comes as a result of the unveiling, as seen in this excellent post by Brando415.
We were also treated to Mookie Jones's entire hip hop discography, courtesy of StrawHatGuy's incredibly busy graphic design department. StrawHatGuy also treated us to a photobomb of some great James Southerland face, which Jeepers44 was more than happy to continue.
We did have some entries in this week's Challenge. Kind of. OK, I did them all. There is one very special submission from Jay, that hearkens back to a simpler time before indefinite academic issues and team departures.
Making people Hulk-like (see above) is one of my favorite tricks. It has never been easier than it was with old James Arthur up there. As luck would have it, Empire revealed its Avengers covers on Monday, and Hulk was sorely lacking. I fixed that.
I missed a little Boeheimian flesh tone around his ears. I feel bad about that.
Jamie Dixon's pants-wetting pose proved tricky to incorporate into another idea. And then I turned on Turner Classic Movies.
Covering up Marilyn Monroe with Jamie Dixon may be the worst thing I have ever done in life.
Lastly, I had to at least recognize the beatdown the Notre Dame Fighting Irish gave us. Mike Brey's grandiose, open mouthed pose inspired me to depict what I envision happens after every Big East game.
We did have a few submission from the Boeheimhead meme.
And, finally, we all remember back to earlier in the season when a certain enormous former NBA Center stopped by and had his way with a certain diminutive Syracuse University Chancellor. Jay remembers it differently:
That's all we have for this week! We'll be back Monday with new Brazilian free pictures to shop. As always, email any ideas, suggestions, or submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.