American indie comic hero called Bananaman. Either the creators have never heard of the British original or they're pushing their luck big time. This is on its 5th issue at least, all available on Kindle.
of Judge Dredd fame drawing the Man Of Peel. Can I just get my dibs in now? If Paul wants to draw him, I sooooo want to write it!
Japanese Bananaman, which appears to be a comedy double act with a talkshow. You buy the DVD for £48, and you tell me all about them.
@shaun_hazlenut, don't mess with a classic. What next, Superman with a Tellytubbies head on? (Mental note, that might work. Tinky Winky, Dipsy, La La and Jor El...)
running a marathon as Bananaman
4 - Professor Stephen Hawking and a stag party of nine Bananamen, a photo which went on to become a Bananaman strip, of course
Concept artist Michael Doig's take on Bananaman, which is quite brilliant isn't it?
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Wayne Thompson (who's been drawing the strip since it was in The Dandy, along with a number of writers, and with whom it's been a privilege to work, long may it last), script by me in the weekly Beano. In this excerpt Bananaman faces off against Miracle Banana and Captain Banana in a big copyright battle.
Kev F Sutherland, as well as writing Bananaman in The Beano, runs Comic Art Masterclasses in schools, libraries and art centres - email for details, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter. He's been writing and drawing comics for 25 years, he must know something.