Superman saved the city from Joker's rocket. Wonder Woman caught the clown. Green Lantern had a bigger...hammer. Batman really liked that popcorn. Superman, Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Batman, Joker, Harley Quinn is from there own series or Justice League comics.
Justice League is my favorite superhero team ever since my childhood days. They were always in my dreams. I love to draw them everywhere, on our walls, doors and papers that I thought they were really coming out to life.
The Justice League originally featured Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Flash (Barry Allen), Aquaman (Arthur Curry), and the Martian Manhunter. Hawkgirl joined the Justice League on Justice League of America #31 in 1964
DC COMICS where justice League appeared:
Brave and the Bold #28 Justice League of America Justice League International JLA 52 Justice League of America The New 52 Justice League and many more : )
Catwoman: Gotham City Sirens Noº. 1-26 (2009–2011) Super Girl: First appeared in the Action Comics comic book series Power Girl: All Star Comics Noº. 58 Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman: Ends of the Earth Soranik: Green Lantern Corps: Recharge Noº. 1 (November 2005) Black Canary: Birds of Prey Noº. 82 Harley Queen: Gotham City Sirens Noº. 1-26 (2009–2011)
Done in Photoshop. My original size is 4500 x 1238 but I've uploaded a 2000 by 550 for the contest.
So: Superman from Action Comics #1 Aquaman from Aquaman #1 Wonder Woman from All Star Comics #8 Batman from Batman The Flash from Flash Comics Green Lantern from Green Lantern Sinestro from Green Lantern Mr. Freeze from Batman #121 Black Manta from Aquaman #35 The Joker from Batman #1 Doomsday from The Man of Steel #17 Poision Ivy from Batman #181
So the concept is pretty straight forward. Maxwell summons Super Heroes to help him in his adventures, And here we have Superman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Batman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Power Girl, The Flash, Black Canary, Hawkman, and Aquaman.
The following characters are featured in the following Comic books:
SuperMan (aka Clarke Kent) from Dc Comic- Superman Wonder Woman (aka Diana of Themyscira) from Dc Comic- Wonder Woman Martian Manhunter (aka J'onn J'onzz) from Dc Comic- Martian Manhunter Batman (Bruce Wayne) from Dc Comic- Batman Green Lantern (aka Alan Scott) from Dc Comic- Green Lantern (also featured in the "Green Lantern Corps" comic) Green Arrow (aka Oliver Queen) from Dc Comic- Green Arrow Power Girl (aka Kara Zor-L) from Dc Comic- Power Girl The Flash (aka Wally West) from Dc Comic- The Flash Black Canary (aka Dinah Laurel Lance) from Dc Comic- Black Canary Green Lantern"Birds of Prey" comic) Hawkman (aka Joseph Gardner or Carter Hall) from Dc Comic- Hawkman (also featured in the "Atom and Hawkman"comic) Aquaman (aka Orin) from Dc Comic- Aqua Man
I decide to give a try to the Scribblenauts Unmasked contest ^^
at first I wanted to draw the riddler from batman but as alway when I draw batman stuff the picture take dark , serious tone . I don't think it would was fit with the game's style so I draw a silly chase between superman krypto and a random thief ^w^ enjoy
krypto appeared for the fist time in a story with superboy in the Adventure Comics #210 you can find more detail here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krypto
and I gess I don't really need to say all comics Superman appeared in ^^ but if you want to what the first was in the Action comic # 1 but if you to know evrything about his creation as character then just go here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman…
It's a bird, it's a plane...it's the return of Steven Butler (WEB OF SPIDER-MAN, ARCHIE, SILVER SABLE) to my art collection! Having commissioned him back in 2007 for a Superman/Flash Gordon team-up piece that remains a highlight of my art collection, I felt a return engagement was long overdue. It ended up being delayed by a car accident I suffered back in April, but a few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to arrange a commission from him. Talk about fast service: he knocked this out in about a week or so and had it shipped out ASAP. You can't get better professionalism than that.
As far as the subject matter, I thought it would be fun to see Superman and Batman dancing up a storm with their lady loves, as well as an opportunity to see Butler's take on the Julie Newmar Catwoman. Add some images of jive dancing for reference, and you have something guaranteed to put a smile on most people's faces. And I've got to say, the idea of the Hall of Justice doubling as a dance hall tickles me to no end.