Harley splits with the Joker and, as a result, no longer has his protection. Black Mask (who only sometimes wears the Mask) goes after her as a result.
Margot Robbie has almost every second of the camera, with occasional competition from Ewan McGregor as the unmasked Black Mask.
Geek Native once called this “drawing the impossible” back when we looked at Michael Lee Lunsford’s fully dressed superheroines. I like these additional designs from Lord Ingvard. He’s an illustrator who was experimenting with alternatives… but has found out that not everyone on the internet appreciates it. Amazingly, he’s been forced to offer apologies for […]
Mike Mahle draws superheroes and sirens with bold colours and brave lines. It’s a style I adore and so encourage you to stalk his Facebook and admire his Deviant Art. The images below are part of his Justice League series. He manages to make them look far more interesting than some of the official covers […]
The DC Comic Bombshell range is available from QMX Online with prints starting at just $14.95. The range is based off the line of statues DC produced from designs by Ant Lucia. Each superhero or villain is reimagined in a vintage pin-up style. It all feels very World War II and that’s certainly approprate for […]
Deviant artist Stanley Lau has mocked up some fantastic covers for “Justice Magazine”. They show some famous superheroes and villains but not just from American staples as Jun the Swan shows. Lau is from Singapore. At the end of this collection there’s a Livestream video that shows some colouring work from the Poison Ivy production. […]
Artist Michael Lee Lunsford stresses that the goal of his redesign project is not to push some sort of moral code on to you. He says it’s an exercise in character design – do these superheroes feel the same to you even though their costumes are different? I take Mike’s point… he’s not pushing a […]