GIF Artists Collective Challenge January – Explode
All the members of the Science Council loved to get drunk and disorderly on space moonshine at their weekly meetings except for that boring gasbag Jor-El, who would just sulk and play his stupid little warning simulation over and over and over until everyone wished that his head would explode.
I’ve been playing some of The Evil Within lately and have now decided to avoid wall bombs at all costs. Sebastian was definitely sturdy though, he barely got hurt! What a champion. Art blog: questionartbox
Android!Baymax AU costume details + extended headcanons! I’ve actually received quite a few lovely asks from potential cosplayers, so as a fellow cosplayer I felt it might be nice to provide reference pics (especially since I’m so sloppy and inconsistent in the earlier Android AU posts).
I was also talking to a friend, and they told me that the reasons for my choices for Bay’s costume aren’t as obvious as I thought, so hopefully some of you will find my thoughts amusing. Also added lotsa extra headcanons no one asked for lol <3
(And as a note, if anyone wants to cosplay Android!Bay, holy crap, I’m super honored, and of course you’re more than welcome to! Just give me credit for my design, don’t repost the images by themselves anywhere else, and please send me a link when you’re done because I definitely want to see! *A*)
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So remember that thumbnail sketch I uploaded? Here is the fully inked version!
Still got a bit of ways to go with this comic, but I’m making steady progress and hopefully will begin uploading it soon! [it’s 13 pages total.. so expect multiple parts] For now, enjoy this action packed preview… ohoho
This is one of my favorite covers because it pokes fun at the superhero craze during the Silver Age of Comic Books.
During WWII, superhero comic books led the war effort through semi-veiled propaganda and patriotism. After the war, superhero comic books declined in popularity due to the explosion of crime and thriller comics’ popularity. However, when adults began to claim comic books were the cause of juvenile delinquency that the media sensationalized as some huge problem, Congress had a hearing about this “link” and found no evidence of these claims. After the hearing, comic book publishers created the “Comic Book Code” which was basically voluntary censorship. Comics would have the “Comic Book Code” stamp proudly displayed on their covers to ease paranoid parents and other adults that the comic adhered to a clean, kid-safe standard. Because of this, many publishers resurrected or re-imagined their superhero comics (The Flash and Batman are notable ones) to safely adhere to the Comic Book Code. Superhero comics exploded in popularity, but also exploded in population. Soon, everyone from Disney to Archie Comics had their own set of superheroes. Even non-superhero characters (ex. Goofy - yup. Super Goof.) were turning into superheroes!
In this cover, there are many of Archie Comics’ short-lived heroes in the unemployment center. The lead story was a superhero spoof/commentary with the Cabot twins hilariously taking up superheroing (with Alex in tiger-striped underwear) and being terrible at it. Even their reasoning (”we’re rich, we can afford the gadgets and costumes”) is spoofing Batman and other superheroes with rich identities.