Amanda Conner's Artwork From Big Bang Theory's 'Frightened Little Astronaut'

Last week's Big Bang Theory has Stuart draw a children's illustrated book based on Howard's bedtime story to his daughter, intended to help her deal with being scared of the dark, courtesy of intemediary Bernadette. And, because it's written by an astronaut, they now have a publisher for it.

Which, yes, would totally happen. Authors who haven't paid their dues, getting children's book gigs because they are late night TV show hosts, scientists, astronauts or princesses. All part of the liberal astronaut agenda.

And is traditional when The Big Bang Theory needs something drawn well, they turn to Amanda Conner, best known for her work on Harley Quinn and as co-creator of The Pro, alongside colourist Paul Mounts. And with an issue of Batman out from them both this Wednesday as well.

Here's a look at some of the pages as drawn and appearing on the show, as well as an animated version when Howard decides to change the plot…

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