The guest doodle subjects in artist Andy Poon's online stack of sketches range from popular '80s toy characters to Street Fighter headshots and a top-heavy interpretation of Superman shooting some heat from his eyes. Poon plays around with various styles and shapes in his variant editions of popular characters, but every figure he makes carries some heft and energy, save when he's getting serious with a lean, mean Optimus Prime.

Nintendo DS fanpersons may sigh upon looking at Poon's tribute to Scribblenauts, but the He-Man and Battle Cat art posted on his deviantART account plays to as many of his strengths as anything else shared there, including an angry looking Darth Vader and lots and lots of Storm Hawks art.

Oddest of all in the portfolio - though no less impressive - is his large-gutted, re-imagined Hellboy. You get the sense that no matter what Poon draws, it's going to look like it belongs in a cartoon series slightly different from the place it came from, but that's why the industry need more playfully-minded creatives like him around.