Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Wonder Woman - Adam Hughes

Various and sundry illustrations of everyone's favorite Amazon warrior by the incredibly talented artist Adam Hughes.








Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Wonder Woman - Lynda Carter

Lynda Carter is the definitive personification of Wonder Woman.



I dare any uber-geek to nominate another actress who could even walk in the shadow this actress casts – 32 years after the show went off the air!



 Unfortunately Ms. Carter is probably the reason it's so difficult to mount a new version of the character. She was just so darn great!






Monday, September 19, 2011

Wonder Woman!

Wonder Woman's guest-appearance on the Batman, the Brave and the Bold cartoon. How awesome is this!?!

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Seriously, I'd watch a half-hour of Wonder Woman like this. Unfortunately her appearance is only limited to a few minutes. *sigh* Wonder Woman...you're a wonder!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Spider-Man 2.0

Winner of Project: Rooftop's Spider-Man redesign contest.

And a couple of the runner-ups:




You can catch the rest of the runners-up at their website here.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Vampire Batman pt. 2

It seems only natural to mix the supernatural aspect of bats with the Batman character. Indeed he preys upon the superstitious and cowardly fear most criminals harbor deep in their psyche. And when you throw in the bat association with the dark bloodsucking vampires of the night, well....


Kelley Jones may have detractors over his version of Batman. But one thing is always certain: his Batman is creepy as hell! Nowhere is this more evident than in the spectacular Elseworld's trilogy of bat-horrors Red Rain, Bloodstorm and Crimson Mist.


The second in the trilogy, Bloodstorm, saw Batman fall further under the vampiric spell and succumb completely to the undead curse. It also introduced a creepy/sexy were-cat version of Catwoman.





Unfortunately the poor soul of the Batman couldn't rest totally and he was revived from the dead (as usually happens in horror movies) for the third installment Crimson Mist.


Frankly, if anyone remotely pays attention to this blog (anyone of real creative clout within the DC-universe), I would push...shove, perhaps...the animators at Warner Bros. to put a DVD/Blu-Ray version of this Batman mythos under the gun for a release in October of next year.



And if anyone at Eidos is paying attention, a full-on first-person fighter for the PS3, XBox 360 and other consoles shouldn't be out of the question either! Heck, I'd settle for an unlockable player costume.



Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Vampire Batman

How this didn't get produced I'll never know. Uber-cool Vampire Batman statue sculpted by the highly gifted William Paquet. Dang. I sooooo want this.




Tuesday, September 13, 2011