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The Neighborhood Watch needs to keep a lookout for him during Halloween, he's one creepy crawly guy. Candy corns have been known to scare him away, like garlic for vampires. On charcoal or heather grey.
Love it, $5 from me!
nice work, love it on the darker gray $5
hot. Such a great image and idea
funny and fantastic!
Oh, my goodness. This must be printed.
this guy is sooper creepy rob nice work
awesome illustration rob! i passed by this sign today and thought of this design and laughed to myself.
i want him on my chest!
would it look good on a slate tee?
SUPERBB! 5$! :)
so scary. 5. I'd buy it, but I'd be scared all the time.
soooo evil yet sooo good 5
great technique and colors. 5
Freaky, I like it on slate!
this kick ass man!
you know - this is about as close to perfect as it gets -
one of your best....great style and humor
now that is good! love the textures you got in there...nice work Rob!
this is awesome, rob
I always wondered what this guy looks like from the collar down...
wow this thing rocks SO HARD
o and $$
great illustration. i think i like charcoal better, but both look wonderful!
Is beautiful the right word for something so evil? $5
A W E S O M E ! ! !
FIVE --and-- $$$ BUY $$$
dude, this is awesome. awesome I tell you. $5. Plus some. Five and Pie.
This is awesome! $5 in da house. Great concept and great design.
This is wicked cool, your style is off the chain! ChaChing $5
So ugly. I LOVE IT.
i give you money, i give you money now 5$
Has a very in the mouth of madness-esque way about it!
I like it with the charcoal background. Great design!
Love this. When my son saw the neighborhood watch sign he asked me why are no cats allowed. $5
I LOVE the fact that he's based off the neighborhood watch sign!
LOVE this! screw neighborhood watch! he can come to my hood. haha
let me wear this already, threadless!
Nice work bru....
this is really great!
I just got the neighborhood watch thing. It's amazing! I always wondered who was being kept out.
really cool Rob! I love it.
Whoa, cool character and detail $5
AAAAAAAAwesome 5 €
OH MY GOD SO FREAKIN' COOL!!! 5$ ALL THE WAY!
Thanks for all the great comments, I'm glad everyone gets it and appreciates it.
This is so cool! Buy $5!
this is great!... and quite amusing too.
This is a very nice drawing, but I don't love it.
beelzebub is the name of a demon in the bible... idk if id wear it but the design is great
dude this is sweeeeet
ooh nice score!!
nice, print it. print it up good.
I agree with
that the darker colored shirt is the better of the two.
It's time for this to see PRINT ! PRINT ! PRINT !
BEFORE ITS TOO LATE
you will conquer us all
Yes! Yes! Yes! I just bought this!
Thank you, THREADLESS ! ! ! :D :D :D
congrats man, this is being shipped right now
Wish this was available in a hoody and wish the girls' shirt was as dark as the guys'! Great design though!
The girls tee actually looks better than the guys tee, EskimoJo, so don't be disappointed. I'm really jealous actually and I don't fit in a girly XL.
Ba‘al Zebûb or Ba‘al Zəvûv (Hebrew בעל זבוב, with numerous variants) appears as the name of a deity worshipped in the Philistine city of Ekron.
In ancient contexts, there appears to have been little, if any, meaningful distinction between Beelzebub and the polytheistic Semitic god named Ba‘al. Monotheistic Jewish reference to Baal was almost certainly pejorative, and grew to be used among other terms for Satan. The name later appears as the name of a demon or devil, often interchanged with Beelzebul.
Examination has sought to interpret the meaning of Baal in context to determine the specific reasons for this connotation, and varied religious speculations have run the gamut.
Regardless, the demonization of the deity or deification is thought to have been one basis for the personification of Satan as the adversary of the Abrahamic God, though other influences such as the Zoroastrian Daeva may have contributed.
are you like refering to the demon. or are you just using the name to represent the creature? is this intended to be demonic? or just artistic?
I am currently serving as the High Priest of the Satanic Temple of Zubaal , we sacrifice ponies and elves. Our master serves in the giant white temple in Washington DC.... okay, enough fun.
Beaman, this was for the Stand Alone Monster "contest" organized in the blogs, I think by Fatheed. There is nothing more to this other than a monster cutting down a sign (the neighbourhood watch sign) which basically states to keep a lookout for this fellow.