From Mark's Ephemera we received the following three cards. Do you like Brett Favre with a cheesehat forehead, nearly impaled by goal posts, and tiny helmet in foreground?:
"Behold my forehead."
The following three are from the great gcrl, beginning with Gibson:
Yes, inset foreheads are acceptable:
From Alex, we celebrate this amazing hockey card forehead:
Here we took the liberty of finding a picture of a card dayf mentioned, thus breaking our own rule that we would prefer scans of cards that bloggers and readers actually own. He undoubtedly owns it, but this isn't dayf's own personal copy. Still. 1) rules are made to be broken and 2) LOOK AT THAT FOREHEAD. Do bald pates have an unfair advantage?
Here are entries from the insanely creative punkrockpaint:
wrinkly and running:
We will provide a forehead poll shortly. Ouch, that sounds painful.
....and here are the cards from our original post:
From Shane D., Mr. Harrist happily models a perfect forehead, as its fierceness is enhanced to a degree that renders its size at least equal to home plate.
Also from Shane D., we have a Steve Howe. He often looks 12 years old on his baseball cards, but here his age has skyrocketed to roughly 19. Is it our imagination, or did old-style caps gargantuanize foreheads?
From Steve D., who doesn't have a blog but is willing to play, we have this card of Dave Stewart, whose forehead looks fierce enough--and then is helped along by his perfect "you talkin' to me?" expression.
Another fine Steve D. card: We can't rotate this because we're lame, but the sideways effect is OK because it makes Harold and his eyeblack look like a living emoticon. His forehead is certainly scrunched; the question is, would you call that a fierce scrunch or a worried scrunch?
This contribution from Pulitzer-Prize winning blogger (well he would be if they had Pulitzers for bbc blogs, which they oughta) Night Owl is impressive, and quite satisfying in ferocity, until you see N.O.'s second contribution: