Oh. He's an active part of the Santa mythos in various European countries.
Essentially while Santa is out rewarding all the good children with gifts, he has a partner who handles the more serious aspect of punishing the bad children. Usually with filling their stockings with such things as Coal, goat bones or just leaving switches for their parents as a message that they need to discipline them better.
He's often depicted with dark skin, and there is some current debate on wether he is meant to be a slave to St. Nicholas or maybe even the Devil. Personally I don't think either of these is accurate as no sensible person would leave the punishment of children in the hands of either the Devil or a Slave.
It's a multi-holiday card! XD Inside it reads "Hope your (holiday) Day is going a lot better than (Holiday icon)'s!" or maybe "Rednecks: combining hunting with every holiday."
This man must be the descendant of the Old Man Who Religiously Guards His Lawn From All Intruders (including children coming to retrieve their frisbees). You all know the kind of old man I'm talking about.
HE EVEN GOT THE TOOTH FAIRY. ... Gotta admit, though, he probably got a lotta free quarters afterward.
Love the chair and chimney texture~ they look good! So does the look of death on the hunting man's face.
And just think, all this hate was born from a simple mix-up... I guess receiving a life-size Barbie from Santa can do a lot to a young man. Yeaaaaah, I got no jokes for this. XD 'Tis hilarious, I'll just say that!
Anytime someone mentions that the Easter bunny doesn't exist they always mention the tooth fairy right after, so I had to include it. I figured a jack-o-lantern was the most recognizable icon for Halloween as apposed to the Tim Burton icon.
I actually saw a comic in the newspaper where one of the other artists shows one of their characters carving this HUGE jack o lantern and one kid asks "Where'd you get such a huge pumpkin." Then it cuts to show Linus sitting in the patch looking depressed.