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.
Villains used: * Doomsday ( head center) - Created by Dan Jurgens - Occupation: Destroyer - First Appearance: Superman: The Man of Steel #17 (November 1992)
* The Anti-Monitor : a fictional character, a comic book supervillain and the antagonist of the 1985 DC Comics miniseries Crisis on Infinite Earths. He first appeared in Crisis on Infinite Earths #2 (although he remained in shadow until Crisis on Infinite Earths #5), and was destroyed in Crisis on Infinite Earths #12, only to return after a long absence in Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special #1 (Aug. 2007)
*The great evil beast :The Great Evil Beast, also known as The Great Darkness or The Ultimate Darkness, is a powerful cosmic entity that appeared in the DC Comics Swamp Thing storyline, "American Gothic."
Heroes used: Justice League team -First Appearance: Justice League #1 (2011) (current incarnation) -Wonder woman -Green lantern -Batman
-Mogo, most commonly referred to as "Mogo, the Living Planet" is a fictional character and planet in the DC Universe, a member of the Green Lantern Corps. It first appeared in Green Lantern vol. 2 #188 (May 1985), in a story titled "Mogo Doesn't Socialize". Mogo was created by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.
Well this took a while... (if your wondering where's superman? hes that little blue-red streak in the background flying to save people)
Characters from left to right (with comic book appearance): Zoom- The Flash (The Flash: Rouge War), Lex Luthor- Superman (Superman vol 1 #4), Captain Cold- The Flash (The Flash: Rouge War), The Riddler- Batman (Arkham Reborn 2), Slade/ Deathstroke- Teen Titans/ Batman (The New Teen Titans vol 1 #2), The Joker- Batman (The Joker), Batman- Batman (Detective Comics), Robin (Tim Drake)- Batman (Teen Titans), Raven- Teen Titans, Beast boy- Teen Titans, The Flash (Wally West)-The Flash (The Flash: Rebirth), The Green Arrow- Green Arrow (Green Arrow: Moving Arrows).
I apologize for any mistakes made in the list above... hope you like it
The Joker does things just for the sake of doing them. He has no plan or motive, and he doesn't care about the consequences. He just thinks of something and does it without giving it much thought. So, why so serious? JUST ENJOY IT AND SHAKING YOUR FINGER !!!
Characters (left to right): Joker - Batman #1 (Spring 1940) Wonder Woman - All Star Comics #8 (Jan. 1941) Green Lantern - All-American Comics #16 (July 1940) Batman - Detective Comics #27 (May 1939) Cyborg - DD Comics presents #26 (Oct. 1980) Superman - Action Comics #1 (April 1938)
Concept: I felt like doing a batman beyond art especially on the movie. I have shown a couple things here. First the return of the Joker and his menace over Gotham; than there is the center of attraction, Terry the new Batman and his boosters pointing towards the right to Bruce Wayne. I showed his alter ego and how he is now half the man he used to be; doesn't have the physical skills yet uses his brains to help out terry.
Hope ya'all like it and please do vote lol. Any comments positive/negative would be great! Thanks!
Here is Superman and Wonder Woman two of my favorite DC character Just try to capture the moment when the badguy tore apart the place and suddenly a hero or heroine come over to do their job, protect the innocent and beat up the badguy...
Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1 (June 1938) and subsequently appeared in various radio serials, television programs, films, newspaper strips, He usually wears a blue costume, red cape, and stylized red-and-yellow "S" shield on his chest. This shield is used in a myriad of media to symbolize the character.
I draw Superman with Superman Uncahined costume : On March 4, 2013, USA Today announced the official title of the series, Superman Unchained. To celebrate Superman's 75th anniversary, the series would launch on June 12, 2013, two days before the release of Man of Steel
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)
From Top to Bottom, Left to Right Batman (Detective Comics #27) Superman (Action Comics #1) Green Lantern (Green Lantern: Rebirth 6) Wonder Woman (All Star Comic #8) Hawk Girl (All Star Comics #5) Martian Manhunter (Batman #78 "The Manhunter From Mars") Flash Gordon (Flash Comics #1)