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Heroes ten and eleven are the first superteam in the Fifty Superheroes Universe. (Which is apparently a thing.) The Venn Siblings are pretty clearly in the “Wonder Twin” class: a pair of sibs whose individual powers combine to create effects … Continue reading
The fifty sketchbook superheroes return with a traditional flying heroine, the awesome Flying Wing. Her costume is a classic Golden Age “girl’s” costume, with a modest chainmail bodice, little skirt, leotard under costume and oversized gauntlets and boots. As a … Continue reading
Happy Hulk meet big goal photography: moon caught branches backyard tree. (Photography and poetry combine: Hulk and I have photographed the moon! The “Loony 11” method was used, more or less.)
Every group (collection, legion, league, pack) of superheroes has a flying hero called “The Angel”. Its sort of a requirement. This guy is probably using the name ironically– his feathered, taloned , birdlike body hardly resembles the pretty-pretty take on … Continue reading
Are we breaking the rules already? Because I’m pretty sure High Pockets here is not so much a superhero … Maybe it’s his passing resemblance to that great cartoon bad guy, Sideshow Bob, but I have a feeling HP doesn’t always … Continue reading
(For returning readers: last year, I challenged myself to draw 50 original superheroes in my drawing of the day sketchbook. This year, I am sharing them with you.) Superhero number 6 is The Foxtown Mystery. Named after a local folk … Continue reading
(Welcome back. This would have been posted yesterday except I was participating in the Day Without a Woman.) It has been a very long time since I have read an X-Men comic, and almost as long since I have seen … Continue reading
That Thursday all set. Evening, Hulk go Home Depot. Learn build cupcake stand.
Fifth of the fifty new superheroes from last year’s drawing of the day sketchbooks is Babe the Blue Ox. I guess she’s called that because she is blue, has horns and hooves, and is strong as an ox. (And yes, … Continue reading
My friend Paul Sizer designed a superhero called The Snowflake recently as an art exercise. (Or is it just Snowflake? I’ll have to look again. Minor fail of either memory or paying attention. These details are important in superheroics.) I was … Continue reading