Superfreeks is a line of caricatures of everything from Superheros to athletes to musicians and beyond. Below, he is holding Superfreek cards of Roddy Piper and Ric Flair. I now own those cards. I only wish he did a wrestling version of Piper, but don't get me started, because I also wish he did Billy Joel and Andrea Evans and Tammy Sytch and Patrick Warburton and me (just to name a few).
I write that statement as a compliment, not a complaint. My point is, just as I bought several of his cards, my mind starts racing to more people I'd like to see him immortalize on a Superfreek card (like Gregg Hurwitz, Patricia Kara, Ben Bailey and Fran Gallagher). These cards are addictive.
RAK appears at a lot of conventions and has a lot of his cards on display. I usually stop and look and then find myself in a Superfreek trance. Finally I pick a handful and ask him about others I don't see but would want (like Leah Remini, Christy Hemme, MythBusters, Don Knotts and on and on and on). Did I mention I love these cards?
RAK and me in Rosemont, IL-August 2011.