Teen Wolf Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

We are back to basics with this suggestion by Matt Florence, Pride of East Greenwich.
He didn’t specify if Teen Wolf should be drawn in basketball gear or in the school play outfit, but I think the right choice has been made.
Now as for Boof over Pamela…

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonelee Hearts Club Jedi Council

Lee of the Day: A History

Yet another suggestion from Darth Venticinque, this Lee uses all of the available characters in the Lee universe, (Lee, Sanford, Remy, and Pogo Jesus).
There are a few Beatles references here such as Jesus in the place of John, and Paul’s character being dead.
This is the end of the Star Wars Crossover Week.
(At least until I make up some prequels)

Cap’n Crunch Jedi Knight Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

The third day of Star Wars Crossover Week has finally brought us a cereal icon in Lee form!
(And it has only taken 178 Lees to get to it!)

I decided to ditch the bushy white moustache since I just used one two Lees ago… but the angry face makes it all worth it!

Star Wars Crossover Week Finale on Friday!

Captain Jack Sparrow Sith Lord Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

Suggested by Don V., probably because of his infatuation with films based on Disneyland rides, the second installment of the Star Wars theme crossover has crossed over to the dark side.
If Star Wars ever needed anything, it was a pirate character.
(“Luke, aaaaaye am yer father. Aaaaarrgh.”)

Colonel Sanders Jedi Master Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

In respect to the upcoming release of Star Wars Episode 3, the theme from now until 5/19 will be to mix a new Lee with a theme from the film.

Here we Colonel Sanders, defender of the Secret Recipe.

There’s plenty of time before the 19th, so make a suggestion on this theme!

1981 Wimbledon Champ Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

Modeled after the look of 1981’s Wimbledon Champion John McEnroe, this Lee isn’t afraid to tell it like it is.
If you think this Lee stinks, you cannot be serious!

Till it goes Click Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

For those of you who don’t care for the films of the Coen Brothers, you probably don’t understand this reference at all.
Suggested by Remy, this Lee is portraying Jesus Quintana, of 1998’s The Big Lebowski. Jesus is both a bowler and a sex offender, a common theme also used by another popular 1998 movie, “Babe: Pig in the City”.

Sideshow Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

I’m back from vacation and today we are starting small.
This Lee is only the second reference to The Simpsons, but with a much better outcome.
If you have a better idea for a Simpsons theme Lee let me know because it has taken me this 18 months to come up with this one…