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Roommates 29 - Copies by AsheRhyder Roommates 29 - Copies by AsheRhyder
If you don't know who most of the characters in this comic are, don't feel bad. Most of them are obscure; hardly as iconic as Erik or Jareth. (I know I said Dracula was just there for the Pre-Halloween joke, but he's easy to draw, so he's cameo-ing again.) The important thing is this: Gerard Butler, Jack Davenport, and Philip Quast get around. And while Butler is probably the most well known of the three, they're all very capable and diverse actors.

"Copies" in order of appearance, by actor:
Butler: Dracula (Dracula 2000), Andre Marek (Timeline), Leonidas (300)
Davenport: Steve (Coupling, Michael Colefield (Ultraviolet)
Quast: Pearse Harman (Ultraviolet), George Seurat (Sunday in the Park with George)

Erik belongs to Leroux and Webber.
Jareth belongs to Henson, Lucas, and Bowie.
Norrington belongs to Disney and Bruckheimer
Javert belongs to Hugo, Boublil, Schonberg, and Kretzmer.

Dracula belongs to Stoker and Craven.
Andre Marek belongs to Crichton.
Leonidas belongs to Miller and Varley.
Steve belongs to Moffat.
Michael Colefield and Pearse Harman belong to Ahearne.
George Seurat belongs to himself and Sondheim.
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animefair Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Jareth is one of a kind ^v^
sonikkuruzu Featured By Owner May 10, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Yay! Gerard!Dracula's back ^w^
DolphinSilverwolf Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014
If she really went all out she'd have included Stoick and the CIA tinkerer from "Law Abiding Citizen."
sonikkuruzu Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
He's been pretty busy
TheChinaSorrows Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014
Your cross-overs are genius.
NobodysSavior Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
But.. But MANDY PATANKIN was George... ;.;
EpiphanyBlue Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014
On Broadway, yes. And he was spectacular, I love listening to him. But there can be more than one man in more than one place doing the same role- as an actor myself, I say thank heaven.
Quast was George in the original West End production, and won an Olivier award for the role. I for one wish there could have been a cast recording for that production, too.
JarethsSlave Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013
Nice. Is it on Netflix? I might get Netflix and if it is I'll check it out.
AsheRhyder Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm not sure. I don't actually have Netflix.
JarethsSlave Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
Finally looked up Quast. I think I prefer your Javert. Quast isn't all that attractive to me. Then again, I haven't seen him act so I wouldn't know. I'm not attracted to appearance. You could post a picture of the most beautiful man and I wouldn't be impressed. I've always been attracted to talent. I had an acting class with this one guy, never paid any attention to him. Then one day we were doing scenes from ancient Greek plays and he was playing Dionysus and I thought my eyes would fall out of my head. Not sure why my attraction system is like that but yeah. So I can't have an honest opinion of whether he is attractive or not til I see him perform.
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