Friday, February 15, 2008

Steph's Left Behind Cast and Fox Cutter's Scene

Steph posted this amazingly brilliant drawing of the main cast members in the left behind universe. The characters are, from the top left, Nicholae Carpathia, Dr. Chaim Rosenzweig, Irene and Rayford Jr., Rayford Steele, Hattie Durham, Cameron "Buck" Williams, and Chloe Steele (before she converted, it looks like).


If I've done this correctly, you can click on the image to get the larger version.

Also, Fox Cutter posted a scene following the same principals of the Right Behind blog on his own blog here. Check it out!

8 comments:

Chet Arthur said...

I like that Rayford and Chloe have the same facial expression. I like to think it means "I'm a character in Left Behind. Sigh."

Panda Ross said...

At least a million times better than the "official" comic version. This could be fun!

Ali said...

Oh wow, I love the doilies and the telephone cord snarled around the poor characters' legs. This is great.

Anonymous said...

Still absolutely brilliant. My favourite is Buck (with his GIRAT tag).

mark said...

The frankenplants talking on the phone is genius.

Nenya said...

The details, oh, the details! Steph, if only I had half your talent in visual characterization!

I think my favourite part is meta!Chloe. She really does look like a college student! Love the bored expression.

Anonymous said...

Fox Cutter?

I remember a character with that name in The Changing Workplace, Oren Otter's old Webcomic.

SchrodingersDuck said...

I just found some "official" images from the graphic novel, and I must say, yours actually capture the characters far better. Rayford as a 50-odd year old actually makes sense - drawing him like the LB team did, as a cleanshaven, boy-faced guy, 30 years old, tops - makes no sense. And Buck as a grizzled, tanned, wild-haired stud... WHAT!?

It's also funny how Chaim Rosenzwieg is ranked as more important than Chloe, Carpathia or Stonagal, especially since his screentime in the first book amounts to about 3 passing mentions but hey, makes as much sense as the rest of the book.