If there's one RED
cartoon character that's just as incredibly strong as some guy like Big Macintosh...it's, well, Mr. Strong.
Can you say OWNAGE
Another Mr. Men Show crossover comic and it features two beloved characters from the series: Mr. Strong and Mr. Fussy(he was originally Mr. Persnickety in Season 1 before the creators referred to his original book name in Season 2).
Mr. Strong is a very
strong character with an even stronger heart. Despite his strength usually causing trouble for her friends in Dillydale, there are times when his muscles are able to save others from trouble. He's very sweet and is always sorry when he accidentally causes something to break; and he's willing to make up for it.
And Mr. Fussy, well, he's named that for a reason!
Wears a bow tie, keeps his hair fixed, always has his mustache trimmed, he is the ideal OCD character of the 21st century, and his desire for MAJOR cleanliness tends to be almost troubling to his friends, especially to his next door neighbor, Mr. Messy. [link]
Considering I've never really drawn Big Macintosh in any of my recent crossover pictures(the only one he's been featured in so far was my Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil one when he confronted Brad [link]
), I was SO
happy to come up with this idea that revolves around his strength as well as a joke about his role in the MLP FIM episode "MMMystery on the Friendship Express". And I had so much FUN
drawing Granny Smith in a previous crossover [link]
I also had the NEED to draw Mung Daal again, especially since the last time I drew him was in my mini MLP and Fish Hooks crossover comic series [link]
People thought he was funny, impersonating a waiter and trying to set the so-called 'romantic mood'.
So looks like Schnitzel took off on a day Mung Daal REALLY
needed him. So who does the chef puts all his pressure on in order to make this delivery across Marzipan City?
I doubt that the cake that Mr. and Mrs. Cake from Sugarcube Corner baked from the MMMystery episode was THAT
heavy compared to Mung Daal's, especially HOW
he baked it.
About Mung's comment and mentioning the Food Network star Bobby Flay...well, it's reference from a VERY
old picture I made featuring them BOTH
If I were you, I'd go for Mr. Strong's chocolate cake than Mung's whatever
cake. I mean, 20 tiers!
Mung Daal from Chowder (c) C.H. Greenblatt
Big Macintosh from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (c) Lauren Faust
Mr. Strong and Mr. Fussy from The Mr. Men Show (c) Kate Boutilier and Eryk Casemiro