I had a jar template lying around after last night’s comic, and the Futurama heads-in-jars are too much fun to draw. So, naturally, I’ve been adding to the Head Museum.

The first was Frederick Douglass, who should be in the Head Museum already.

frederickjarThen I decided to do people who are notable in the SFF community (it’s a short list, but only to save my sanity because otherwise I’d draw heads-in-jars forever, and I’ve put women at the top because change). Thus far, I’ve finished the head (SEE WHAT I DID THERE) editors at io9.com.

Annalee Newitz of io9.com
Annalee Newitz of io9.com
Charlie Jane Andrews of io9.com
Charlie Jane Anders of io9.com

This could eat my day and I’ve got work to do, so I’m tabling this for now.  Two more heads tomorrow.

Published by KBSpangler

A freelance editor who writes novels, comics, and repairs a disaster of a house in her spare time: www.kbspangler.com

2 thoughts on “Heads-in-Jars!

  1. Why is Lincoln so short here? He was 6′ 4″, and should be taller than anyone in the room (esp. Smithback) perhaps barring Sparky.

    But in this segment he is showing as shorter than Frederick Douglass, who was perhaps just under 6′ – and Lincolns personal self-image would, I suspect, rule in the afterlife…

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