A fairly simple tribute to the Command & Conquer series of games as well as a re-imagining of broader narratives present in the 1995 debut production known to fans as 'Tiberian Dawn'; this painting reframes that fiction in a more serious tone for the consideration of real-world issues surrounding warfare and defence.
it's the postage stamp version! i thought it was neat... NEAT-O!!
here's the story that i came up with:
in the future (well, more like present, 2000ish), anung-un-rama has risen and chosen to take his throne as the world's destroyer. the world's heroes scrambled to fight but to no avail. at the last minutes, dr. fate (the modern one) realized that this whole fiasco could have been avoided during the second world war.
with only stargirl and jay garrick left in the justice society of america, jay took stargirl to the flash museum and used the time machine (more like a treadmill, but still...). jay used the last of his powers to send the mortally injured stargirl to the past (1944). she spent her last breath warning the past jsa of the impending apocalypse.
the jsa set out to scotland ruins along with professor trevor bruttenholm and friends, defeated nazi soldiers, and met hellboy. raised like one of their own, hellboy grew up to be an outstanding justice society member, and later on: their best leader yet.
a little guide on who's who:
front from left to right: catman, hourman, the flash jay garrick, a random soldier, hellboy, professor trevor bruttenholm, dr. mid-nite, starman
back from left to right: sandman, the spectre, green lantern alan scott, hawkman, lady cynthia eden-jones, torch of liberty, me, dr. fate
hellboy is the property of mike mignola
jsa is the property of dc comics