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Written by Paul Dini
Lettered by Rick Parker
Illustrated by Ronnie Del Carmen
Edited by Mark Chiarello
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Edvard Munch “The Day After”
I know that feel, bro.
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Some DC girls redesigns! An extension to the street wear Super heroines thing I did awhile ago. Unfortunately missed the Project Rooftop redesign contest, but these have been floating around in my head for awhile. I also get a lot of questions concerning the brushes I use for these character portraits. I use 2 brushed in my set to do them, and here they are!
I love the worlds of comics and video games, and I’ll probably be doing more like these :)
The Harley redesign is largely influenced by Kris Anka’s work!
Real Talk: Mingjue Helen Chen’s redesigns for Batgirl & Harley are making me reconsider my pantsless wardrobe.
I LOVE these. Tempted to make myself that Harley Hoodie.
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Timeless Vixen Vintage
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Fantomah, the “Mystery Woman of the Jungle,” is sometimes billed as the first female superhero (first published in February 1940), although that may be debatable.
Created by Fletcher Hanks, Fantomah’s bizarre adventures were simple and pure wish fulfillment/revenge fantasies. She appears to be omnipotent, nearly omniscient, and spawns whatever godlike powers are convenient to the story. She’s never in danger herself, and exists purely to punish wrongdoers in incredibly bizarre ways.
With Fantomah and her male counterpart, Stardust the Space Wizard, Fletcher Hanks achieved the purest distillation of the superhero genre to its most basic, childlike essence. The crude simplicity of these stories achieves a kind of lowbrow pop-art poetry, bordering on “outsider art.”
The otherwise forgotten work of Fletcher Hanks was saved from obscurity and recently reprinted in two volumes: I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Planets! and You Shall Die By Your Own Evil Creation! The two volumes together comprise the complete works of Fletcher Hanks, and they are gob-smackingly good.
Images from Jungle Comics #15 (1941) by Fletcher Hanks
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A lesson in how to improve any Superman movie.
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"Baby Love" 1960s Style Editorial - V Magazine | Chinese models Ju Xiao Wen and Wang Xiao, with Japanese model Rila Fukushima for V Magazine - Via
those hairdos, that makeup, those patterns ahhhhhh *___*
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Actually Andy Dwyer
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I like how this doodle turned out. Also, this is my high hope for the reboot.
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What does this mean
um we’ve all seen hannah montana i think we know what this means
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