Did you guys ever hear of Fray Tormenta? He was a priest in mexico that became a masked wrestler to raise money for children in need… He had to wrestle masked cause people wouldnt take him seriously if they knew he was a priest. (Jack Black’s Nacho Libre is loosely based on his life)
"…he supported an orphanage for 23 years as a lucha libre wrestler. While performing, he wore a red and yellow mask and used the ring name Fray Tormenta. He made only sporadic in-ring appearances in the 2000s before retiring completely from wrestling in July 2011, but still wears his mask even in his duties as a priest.” (X)
IT’S WARFSTACHE VERSUS WARFSTACHE! SPEEDRUNNER MARKIPLIER MUST SAVE TINY BOX TINA FROM THE EVIL WILFORD WARFSTACHE. WILL HE AND TINY BOX TIM SUCCEED? FIND OUT NEXT TIME!
…no but seriously I’m so happy with this. This was a request in my art livestream yesterday, but I didn’t want to just leave it as a sketch! I HAD to color this, and I even changed up a few things! For one, I added xpsychohogx's Tiny Box Tina, because adding a hostage to the situation made it more heartfelt AND I CRIED…
I also added in some magic because, well that’s my reasoning for Wilford Warfstache being able to fly. Yes.
AND FUN FACT. I DREW THIS YESTERDAY WHEN markiplier WAS DRESSED WITH THE PINK STACHE AGAIN. IT’S REAL LIFE. HE’S A SUPER HERO (OR VILLAIN)
Oath: Anthology of New Heroes is an anthology of B&W Comics and prose, featuring diverse stories about LGBT superheroes at the formative moment of their journey. The theme centers around the “Oath-taking” moment of the heroic journey, when a hero devotes themselves to their cause. The Anthology will feature queer/LGBTQA+ identified creators, highlighting their own interpretation of the superhero genre.
Oath will be produced as a softcover print anthology, after funding later this year on Kickstarter. Comic contributors will be paid $50/page with potential bonuses if funding goals are met. Intellectual property rights (meaning who owns your characters and worldbuilding) remain totally with you.
Our Superman and Wonder Woman cosplay. Highlighting and contouring on the suit done by Midian Crosby of Monster Makeup FX, then I stamped the honeycomb pattern on. Photography by Frozen Memories by CJ and Nlightened Designs.
Photography’s playful and expertly-executed photos prove that superhero
action figures aren’t just for kids. Edy Hardjo, the photographer behind
the project, uses detailed, high-quality action figures to put some of
our favorite superheros into hilarious and sometimes compromising
After putting the figures into their
picture-perfect poses, he removes the stands he uses to prop them and
some of the more obvious joints with Photoshop to make them seem more
life-like. For someone who picked up photography as a hobby, he
certainly does an exceptional job!
In an interview with Shutterbug, Hardjo explained “I use my daily experience as source of ideas… All I do is replace the ‘usual’ thing with the ‘unusual.’”
”Osborn… You didn’t just steal the name ‘Avengers’… You stole my name, ‘Iron Patriot.’ And the word ‘hero.’ And the costume you wear. And thatflag you sprayed on it. But you’re not a hero. You’re not a patriot — and you are NOT an Avenger!” - Patriot (Eli Bradley)
Lizard Woman and Vulturella are natural foes in the wrestling ring, but outside of it, Lizard Woman is just Lizz, a struggling single mom. Until one night when Vulturella starts going all out against Lizard
Woman! Why is Vulturella trying to tire out Lizard Woman?! Wrestling
action and superheroics from Jack Teagle, creator of Fight! from Nobrow Press.