Tag: golden age

1469. Golden Age Brave and The Bold

1,469! Up top, my brotha! So. This is it, this is the end of Sketch-a-Day version 3.0. Some numbers: S-a-D v1 started on February 1st, 2011. I did it for 1 year and 4 days. 369 days. S-a-D v2 started on February 1st, 2013 and ended on December 1st, 2014. Two months shy of the …

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1182. Black Panther

Hey did you know there was a Golden Age character called Black Panther? You do now. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store Commission Info

1181. War Eagle

Absolutely the most ridiculous Golden Age superhero I’ve ever seen or heard of. Look him up, it’s a doozy. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store Commission Info

725. Stardust, The Super Wizard

My local comic shop has a giant hardcover collection of Fletcher Hanks’ works that I keep eyeing. It’s incredibly tempting to buy & read and delve into not only the “making shit up as we go”-ness of his stories, but sheer and utter insanity – like, possibly legitimate, medical insanity. *** I’m still here. *** …

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591. The Flash

Golden Age, Jay Garrick flavored. Flash Week zooms ahead. My Art Store Commission Info

373. Green Lantern

I want to redesign the Justice Society.

258. Mr. Terrific

Terry Sloane, the original Mr. Terrific, had a Mr. Terrible costume. A very long time after his death, he was replaced by Michael Holt and got a pretty sweet updated outfit. Even the New 52 version of Holt’s costume was neat. Unfortunately, that’s all I had in mind while trying to come up with a …

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252. Red Tornado

This is the Golden Age Ma Hunkel version of Red Tornado. I tried to keep her look true to her origins without being blatantly ridiculous. She was a mother who was inspired by her son’s superhero comic books to dress up and fight the crime that was overrunnning her neighborhood. So she was the first …

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172. Catwoman

330 – Golden Age Red Tornado

Another request from the Potter family, this one definitely from Sarah. If DC Comics wants to appeal to a larger audience with a strong female character, they can look no further than Ma Hunkel.