When Young Justice was cancelled a few years ago after only 2 seasons, I was irate. This cartoon had almost every DC character known to man, great characterization, actual stakes, continuity, etc. It was the total package, and the best part of what was then known as DC Nation. I came across a gallery the other day, that made me ecstatic and angry all at the same time. Ecstatic at what I was looking at, angry because it was just fan art, and not a real TV show. Artist Phil Cho has taken it upon himself to create his OWN Batman cartoon, calling it Gotham Crusaders. In the pictures and gallery that follow, you can see Phil has worked in DETAIL to create his own Bat-World. He has even broken the main cast down over 6 seasons. The rosters change over time, and the cast of each season can be used to guess what storylines we would have been able to see, had this show been real. Let's take a look at what could (and SHOULD) have been. NOTE: Everything is 100% hypothetical and theoretical as to
Okay, guys, can I let you in on something? This is a safe rooftop space, right? I've ALWAYS disliked Spider-Woman's costume. Sure, there's an elegance to the simplicity, but the naked+lines look feels really dated, and kinda has in my mind, at least, since
The story of how Frank Frazetta defied physical limitation by retraining himself to paint with his left hand has become as legendary as the artist himself. The truth is, there are many artists out there who find themselves in situations that jeopardise their abilities, and it takes tremendous determination to defy the odds and adapt.
Following Marvel’s Secret Wars press conference on Tuesday, fans were left to speculate what a combined Marvel Universe and Ultimate Universe might look like. We already have some pretty intriguing ideas, courtesy of an enterprising cartoonist named Calvin. Getting the jump on the official announcement, he’s reimagined the Marvel Universe in a series of of …
This Sinister Six (Green Goblin, The Lizard, Doctor Octopus, The Rhino, Kraven the Hunter and Kaine) comes from illustrator Stefan Tosheff, and, boy, do I love it! From the business-casual Green Goblin to the sloppy Doctor Octopus, these redesigns rea
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This delightful take on the Avengers comes to us from artist Thomas Perkins. It's astounding the blend of familiarity and aspects that seem to come from left field (i.e. a tattooed Hulk, and Thor not only being female, which currently isn't exactly new now
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