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I tried to not stray too much from the game's art style.
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contest entry to :star: moonbeam13.deviantart.com/jour… :star:

Poison Ive from Batman DC comics (first appear in Batman #181 (June 1966))

Because beautyful things can be danger too >:)

I wanted draw Poison Ivy as firs (it's my fav female DC character), when I started this pic yesterday
in contest folder was no pic with her but well... it took me too much hours so when I finished there
was already few pics with Poison Ivy ;__; Anyway I put here many details as I could, probably it's not enaugh but I tried at least;P
I have today some crisis with this pic too, wasn't sure why I even trying because there will be a lot more better stuff...
but why not? Challenging ourself is good, right?
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my scribblenauts entry :D (digital painting)

characters(from left to right):

Superman (Action Comics #1)
Wonderwoman (All Star Comics #1)
Catwoman (Batman #1)
Batman (Batman #1)
Maxwell as Robin(Teen Titans #1)
The flash (The Flash #1)
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Turn of the century Occult hero Big Hero 6.

This is a weird one. Since most folks don't know anything about Marvel's obscure Japanese national superteam, I'll dispense with the normal guess-who structure.

Meiji-era Japan, a time of considerable political instability and flux, as the country attempts to reinvent itself as a Western-style modern nation state. This reinvention is under the direction of a handful of powerful men. An oligarchy that works under the auspices of the Emperor's divine will. So when the three sacred treasures of Japan (a sword, a mirror, and a jewel) are stolen under mysterious circumstances, a group of para-naturals is hastily assembled to covertly find and retrieve them.

Ijyoufu Roku {偉丈夫-六}

The character "Baymax" in the original is a shapechanging robotic construct built by Hiro who usually took the appearance of a Godzilla-style monster.
Ryuujin {竜神}, 'Dragon King', is an ancient Japanese dragon spirit summoned by Hiroko. She lost the other half of the spell that would have released him from her service, so he's obliged to stick around. Despite this, he's very protective of Hiroko and often a source of fatherly advice.

The character "Honey Lemon" is a spy with a magical girl shtick. She has a purse with access to Hammerspace.
Mikan {蜜柑} is the stage name of famous onnagata (a kabuki actor who plays female roles) 'Akimitsu Miyazaki'. The name is a play on the second kanji of his given name and the sweet mandarin orange. As a celebrity of the era, Akimitsu has countless fans and admirers. It's easy to procure information and access with his remarkable talents. To aid him, the Giri Zaibatsu has provided a bottomless satchel stocked with all manner of useful items.

"Sunfire" is likely the most popularly known Japanese mutant in Marvel. He can control nuclear fire.
Hikeshi {火消}, is the nickname of fireman Shirou Yoshida. From a young age, Shirou could always manipulate fire. His mother was a prostitute and he never knew his father (who his mother claimed was a demon spirit of some sort). Shirou grew up in the brothel, and though many of the ladies there were kind to him, he quickly learned of cruelty and injustice. A sometimes arrogant and brash young man, his powers make him a potent addition to the team nonetheless.

"Hiro Takachiho" is a 13-year-old super genius.
Hiroko Takachiho {寛子 高千穂}, the only heir of the incredibly wealthy Giri Zaibatsu. A polymath and genius level intellect, Hiroko was her father's pride and joy. His death at the hands of assassins was a crushing blow to Hiroko, who saw her freedom and the leadership of the Zaibatsu slipping away. She used her extensive occult knowledge to make it appear that her father was still alive and in charge. Unfortunately, the powers-that-be have found out her secret, and will only allow it to go undiscovered if she retrieves the lost Sacred Treasures.

"Silver Samurai", onetime Wolverine villain with energy charging powers.
Ginbushi {銀武士}, the pseudonym of Count Katsu Harada. Katsu was a high-ranking samurai who fought against the Imperial army for the Tokugawa shogunate. When all hope was lost, he negotiated a surrender and went into retirement. He has been called back again, for the Emperor has need of his incredible sword skills and his legendary blade. The appointed leader of the team, Katsu has his hands full attempting to manage the strong personalities of his teammates.

"Gogo Tomago" is the embarrassingly misspelled bosuzoku girl with a suit that transforms her into a ball of energy.
Gogo Damashi {ゴゴ 騙し} is the street name of this seemingly blind yakuza bakuto (gambler). It is not surprising that 'Damashi' means 'deception'. Covered with the tattoos that mark her outlaw status, Gogo could not expect much when she was caught cheating. Luckily, the Giri Zaibatsu saw her potential. Her tattoos were reworked with intricate threads of magical script--now she need only call out her name (this time, the meaning is 魂 damashii, or "spirit") and she transforms into a glowing ball of spiritual energy. She has a terrible temper and dislikes authority, but (whatever her name may suggest) she truly believes that a deal is a deal.

And that is that. It was fun finding Meiji era archetypes and lining them up with the modern Japanese archetypes that Big Hero 6 is all about.
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Turn of the Century team of Occult Heroes, Excalibur.

The Excalibur Group is a private organization funded by a trust left by Lord Excalibur's widow, (mother of noted Para-natural Rights activist, Prof. Charles Excalibur.) Lady Excalibur was a student of Spiritualism, and she left a third of her fortune to a mysterious man named "Marten Broadoak", who seems to have some dealings with matters of the Occult. The Group has been known to have connections to Stephen Sanderson (The Infamous "Doctor" of Strange Lane) and Sir Reid Richard (of the King's Phantasmal Four).

1. Merlin Ambrosius was a powerful and immortal wizard who served the mystical 'Arthur' of legend. He is also the guardian of the 'Tower of The Firmament', one of the structures that support and keep separate the many worlds of Creation. Should the Tower fall into the wrong hands or be destroyed, none can guess at the huge consequences that would befall our world and others. To this end he arranged for the foundation of the Excalibur Group. Each member was carefully selected for their unique skills and strength of spirit. As 'Marten Broadoak', Merlin makes rare appearances and orchestrates his labyrinthine schemes, but spends the vast majority of his time in the Tower itself.

2. Mordred is the sovereign Lord of Orbis Alia, also known as 'Annwn', the homeland of the Fair Folk. Orbis Alia is a world that cleaves to our own, and in fact they are but a step apart to those who know the ways of it. Because of this, the fate of both worlds are always intertwined. Lord Mordred is as clever as he is ruthless, and hides his true intentions beneath layers of subterfuge and misdirection. He has recognized Merlin's Excalibur Group as official ambassadors to Orbis Alia for the present, and has even sent a representative of his own to join their team. His reasons for this are mysterious, and his beneficence highly suspect.

3. Peter Wise was an Agent of the Crown, part of Queen Victoria's secret 'Dark Bureau'. He dealt with supernatural goings-on for years, often getting his hands dirty in the service of his country. An encounter with a Class XIII artifact (cursed, hexed, or inauspicious items), the Ebony Sword, finally pushed him over the edge. He left his job with the government and joined the Excalibur Group. Now he fights for his country as the Ebony Knight, cursed to an immortal life of bloodshed until he can wash the stain from his soul.

4. Eliza Broadoak was once Kuwa Tsurayaba, a shinobi warrior from Okinawa, Japan. She was a member of the Migite (右手: Right Hand) ninja clan, so called because they functioned as the Shogun's right hand. After the shogun was deposed, the Migite Clan went into hiding, while another ninja clan, the Hidarite (左手: Left Hand) clan, that had also served the Shogunate, pledged their loyalty to the new Meiji government. A surprise attack all but wiped out the Migite. Kuwa was the daughter of the clan leader, and the next in line to receive the secret arts of the clan, a set of techniques known collectively as the 'Soul Knife". She was rescued at the last moment by Stephen Sanderson, an old friend of her father's. She was re-situated in London, under the care of the wizard, Merlin, who adopted her under his alias 'Broadoak'.

5. Byron Broadoak, a blood-descendant of the pre-Roman warlord, the legendary 'King Arthur', adopted son of 'Marten Broadoak'. After his parents perished in a terrible accident, Merlin approached him and offered him two choices. He could take the Ebony Sword of Might and have eternal life-- or the Golden Amulet of Right and have the power to protect others. Choosing the Amulet proved his worthiness to be the Champion of Britain and a representative of our world to the other worlds of Creation. The Amulet gives Byron great powers, but it is his noble spirit that guides his actions and by his example, the actions of the others in the Group.

6.Meghan Faire, a child kidnapped by Fairies from her home in Cottingley, England and raised among them in Orbis Alia as 'Glorianna'. She is Lord Mordred's gift to the group, a gifted practitioner of Fae magic, and a guide to the world of Orbis Alia. She is also his spy, and is under the threat of great retribution if she doesn't follow her Lord's commands. Meghan has long obsessed over our world, known to the Fairies as 'The Firmament'. She voraciously read the colorful penny dreadfuls her people would bring back from scavenging trips to our world, and her understanding of human society is built entirely on this basis, much to the consternation and confusion of her new teammates.

7. Conrad Wegener is from one of the other worlds that connects to our own, a dimension metaphysically Below ours. His father is a mighty demon warlord in his homeland, but Conrad has lived most of his life in our world with his mother's family, protected by magical disguises. A romantic soul with a heart for adventure, Conrad is always up to something. As a hybrid of human and demon, he's learned to step between worlds with an ease unheard of throughout the worlds of Creation. He is also a superb fencer, and a first-rate prankster.

EDIT: Fixed the numbering.
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Batcave
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inspiration and sample ian-navarro.deviantart.com/
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Turn of the century Occult hero Hulk.

My references here are a combo of the ancient middle eastern Ifrit, the ancient Jewish monster 'Behemoth', and typical Judeo-Christian demons.

Dr. Brice Bannington was unearthing the structures surrounding the Ziggurat of Ur and came across an ancient oil lamp that had been locked away, covered in chains and mystical wards, sealed deep in the earth. The spirit is without an independent physical form, and inhabits Bannington's body in order to become incarnate. Strong emotions, especially rage, allow the beast to emerge, so Bannington must take care never to lose control.
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-Lewis Wilson (1943, Batman serial)
-Robert Lowery (1949, Batman and Robin, tv series)
-Adam West (1966, Batman TV series)
-Michael Keaton (1989, Batman, Batman Returns)
-Val Kilmer (1995, Batman Forever)
-George Clooney (1997, Batman & Robin)
-Bruce Thomas (2002, Birds of Prey)
-Christian Bale (2005, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises)
-Ben Affleck (2016, Batman v Superman: The Dawn of Justice)
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Turn of the century occult villain Omega Red, Sabretooth, Cyber, and Lady Deathstrike-- all villainous enemies of Wolverine.

To recap, Wolverine in my "Turn of the Century Occult Hero-verse" is Lucan, an amnesiac stevedore with strange tattoos that protect him from mortal harm. He cannot die, and seems to have lived an exceedingly long time. Further, he has abnormally high strength and agility and very keen senses. He has recently taken up with Charles Excalibur's League of Para-Natural Persons.

The Red Omega is a horrible demonic spirit summoned forth from the hell dimensions that border our own. A combination of ritual druidic magic conducted by a shadowy society (they identify themselves by the Greek letter 'Chi' ) and a series of gruesome murders perpetrated by the madman Arkady Rossovich provided the passageway into our reality that the monster required. The Red Omega is so otherworldly and evil that an aura of death and fear radiates from its very presence. It seems to find special delight in seeking out Lucan and tormenting him and those he loves. It has hinted on many occasions that it has known Lucan for a very long time and indeed may hold some of the secrets of Lucan's hidden past.

Viktor Grey Creed, aka Sawtooth, is a man of the sea by profession, and bestial maniac by vocation. His hatred of Lucan runs deep, and he will stop at nothing to hurt him. Both men possess the same weird and twisting tattoos that grant them effective immortality, and the same killer instincts and skills. Sawtooth remembers little of his life before the day they both lost their memories, just bits and pieces. One memory fragment haunts him-- Lucan and himself locked in mortal combat, dressed in furs and knee-deep in gore.

Silas Burr took the name Strongarm in his boxing days, but he liked to go by it in his new job as a Pinkerton agent as well. He was a bully by nature, and he enjoyed seeing the fear in the eyes of those he was payed to intimidate, coerce, and kill. This went well for Silas until he came up against a new agent named Lucan who was mightily displeased with the methods that the agency used. Lucan smashed up his arms and his livelihood for his trouble. Luckily, Silas knew of an organization that practiced some of the stranger arts, and had a new pair of arms crafted through the use of alchemical properties from the flesh of corpses. He now looks forward to settling the score.

Yuanjun Hei Feng, known to many as Lady Dark Wind, is an undying Jiang Shi, a member of the undead. Her father was a great Kung Fu master, but he was also a dangerous madman. He foresaw his own and his children's deaths using forbidden magic, and this drove him insane. He wrote the manner of death on each of their faces in caustic ink, scarring them all permanently. On Yuanjun's face he wrote "崖" meaning "cliff". When Lord Dark Wind killed Lucan's own master (for he was traversing the Orient at that time), Yuanjun came to him to beg his help in stopping her father. Lucan succeeded in killing the Lord, but Yuanjun died as well, falling from the cliff on which they battled onto the rocks below. Her death triggered the curse her father had bestowed upon her, to return to life to continue his own mad work.
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