Posts Tagged: superheroes



Genderswapped the Flash for Sketch Dailies.

"I’m Betty Allen and I’m the fastest woman alive!"

not Carrie Allen?

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We can only hope this scene will appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

This is on Netflix and it’s pretty good! Note that it is “Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” and not “Avengers Assemble”


We can only hope this scene will appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

This is on Netflix and it’s pretty good! Note that it is “Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” and not “Avengers Assemble”

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i imagine both steve and bucky like to come up with different ways to poke fun at sam every time they pass him during jogging

because they are shitheads

(the first one is a print you can get here)

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some commissions, posters, and calendar pinups by John Byrne.

I will never ever get used to seeing Marvel and DC characters in the same drawing.

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HAPPY CANADA DAY! For Canada Day, read this short Superhero Girl comic I made last year for the True Patriot anthology! It was based on a true experience I had when someone asked me “what makes Superhero Girl a Canadian superhero?” and I was like uhhhhh?

The League of Villainous Canadian Stereotypes was my boyfriend Tim’s idea. He is a great idea man! 

Enjoy my Canadian comic and have a great Canada Day! I am celebrating by working a lot. ;)

That is amazing. I really need to get that anthology, and the collected Superhero Girl trade for that matter.

Learning so much about Canada from this, need more

next, I shall google “toque”

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Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel’s original art from Wolverine’s first appearance, in Incredible Hulk #180. Scanned nicely enough that you can see pencil marks if you enlarge it.

oh dear

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It’s very hard for me to be silly about Superman, because I’ve seen firsthand how he actually transforms people’s lives. I have seen children dying of brain tumors who wanted as their last request to talk to me, and have gone to their graves with a peace brought on by knowing that their belief in this kind of character really matters. It’s not Superman the tongue-in-cheek cartoon character they’re connecting with; they’re connecting with something very basic: the ability to overcome obstacles, the ability to persevere, the ability to understand difficulty and to turn your back on it. [Christopher Reeve] – Time, (March 14, 1988)

I love it when a panel from my brief run turns up in posts like this, and especially when associated with such a fantastic quote.

The old Superman movies really don’t hold up well but man oh man did Christopher Reeve nail that role. He’s the only reason to rewatch them, as I do, at nearly every opportunity.

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Bill Sienkiewicz 1981: Moon Knight #9
Color: Bob Sharen

Sienkiewicz utilizes the basic 9-panel grid to deliver an innovative clockwise-oriented layout.


This is just brilliant.

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Right now we have an X-Men franchise that has sidelined Kitty Pryde, completely mishandled Storm, Emma Frost and Rogue, robbed Jean Grey of any agency, and has yet to properly introduce Psylocke, Jubilee and Polaris.

The latest film does feature a number of non-white characters, but every single one of them (Storm, Blink, Sunspot, Warpath, Bishop) is relegated to outside guard duty while all of the white characters (Xavier, Magneto, Kitty, Wolverine) handle the important, emotion-heavy, world-saving work.

There’s even been a surprisingly anti-international slant towards one of the most international teams in comics as Colossus, Banshee, Quicksilver and Storm all lost their cultural identities in the transition from page to screen.



Brett White from CBR: in order for the X-Men to survive, they need to diversify.


First, Bryan Singer has to go. This may come as a surprise considering that I just heaped a ton of praise on the director’s latest film, but I’ve done so while also purposely avoiding mentioning his name. Based on the sexual abuse allegations currently piling up around him, I just feel icky — an understatement — giving the guy any praise.”

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I never heard of Blink before seeing Days of Future Past and now I want to see X-Men Origins: Blink

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