The coin-operated kiddie ride. Once the delight of children, now they are increasingly relegated to nostalgic memory. As they should be. Everyone remembers the sheer pleasure you got as a wee child, when your parents handed you a quarter, and you were able to climb aboard and set off in a grand adventure.…
Many of the characters in A Song of Ice and Fire are already quite young, but Patrick Ballesteros ages everyone down, with the exception of poor Ned Stark, who has been transformed into a child's plaything.
Naturally, Walter White is the star pupil, but Gus has an uncanny ability to distract the teachers from his mistakes through the power of chicken.
It's a good thing that everyone can fit inside the TARDIS, because when you play hide-and-seek with a Weeping Angel, there is no second round.
Patrick Ballesteros takes us back to the year 1983, when He-Man was still new, and imagines the various denizens of Eternia as third graders. Everyone say, "I have the power!"
Patrick Ballesteros already charmed us with his illustration of little kids playing Firefly with an abandoned car as Serenity. Now he brings us the junior version of The Princess Bride, with a not-quite giant-sized Fezzik pulling his pirates, princess, and a rodent that's still of unusual size through the snowy…