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 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?
When I saw that notification for the Scribblenauts contest, I started drawing immediately and didn't stop until I was finished! What are the odds, too: I finally caught up with Young Justice yesterday. Anyway, I was going to draw just the Robins, but I like Cass too, and I figured I might as well make the numbers even. Man, I hope multiple characters are allowed.
From left to right (I can never remember the number of Batgirls): Stephanie Brown (Robin IV/Spoiler/Batgirl) Jason Todd (Robin II/Red Hood) Dick Grayson (Robin I/Nightwing) Bruce Wayne (Batman) Tim Drake (Robin III/Red Robin) Damian Wayne (Robin V) Cassandra Cain (Batgirl)
All the characters belong to DC, Scribblenauts belongs to 5th Cell and WB Games. All of the characters have appeared in some issue of Batman.
"Okay, okay, okay! You win! We stole J'onn's cookies!"
I wanted to do something a little simpler with a couple of characters that aren't usually in the spotlight. This might actually be the cutest thing I've ever drawn.
From left to right: Ted Kord (Blue Beetle II) Michael Jon Carter (Booster Gold) J'onn J'onnz (Martian Manhunter)
All three are the property of DC, and appear in the Justice League comics at one point or another (though this scene in from Martian Manhunter #24). Scribblenauts is the property of 5th Cell and WB Games.
Here's my contest entry for the Scribblenauts contest. I had fun doing this. Hope you guys like it!
The following lists all of the heroes and villains present in the picture (apart from Maxwell who is on a rooftop),
as well as the DC comic issue where they first appeared.
Top row (left to right):
Aquaman - More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941) Black Adam - The Marvel Family #1 (December 1945) Superman - Action Comics #1 (June 1938) Catwoman - Batman #1 (Spring 1940) Wonder Woman - All Star Comics #8 (January 1942) Martian Manhunter - Detective Comics (vol. 1) #225 (November 1955) Green Lantern - All-American Comics #16 (July 1940) Red Tornado - Justice League of America #64 (August 1968) -- Bottom row (left to right):
Green Arrow - More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941) Hawkman - Flash Comics #1 (January 1940) Darkseid - Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134 (November 1970) Cyborg - DC Comics Presents #26 (October 1980) Bane - Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1 (January 1993) The Flash - Flash Comics #1 (January 1940) Batman - Detective Comics #27 (May 1939) Joker - Batman #1 (Spring 1940) Doomsday - Superman: The Man of Steel #17 (November 1992) Green Arrow - More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941)
Wanted to try my hand at the new Scribblenauts contest DA launched, especially since it's open worldwide!
So here's one of DC's most powerful magicians, Zatanna! She quite often 'hides in plain sight', disguising her magic as just simple tricks and illusions to the average person, and her costume over the years has always been a sexy stage outfit, complete with wand and top hat.
First appearing in a Hawkman Comic back in 1964, she has since appeared in numerous titles across the DC universe, including, but not limited to Batman/Detective, Justice League, Green Lantern, and The Books of Magic. She took part in the Identity Crisis and Infinite Crisis series, and had her own four part comic simply named Zatanna as part of the Seven Soldiers of Victory event. She's also made appearances in the animated series of Justice League and Batman, and has had a few videogame appearances too. ~Info via Wikipedia~
It was really an interesting style to try out, and I'm pleased I gave it a shot, because it was a lot of fun too ~
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
Crusader for Diablo III Reaper of Souls Fan Art Contest. After making a few somewhat more serious entries here is a silly take on the subject. Chibi version of the crusader. She is like - Oops, it seems I accidentally bludgeoned someone to death again. Created with Clip Studio Paint (a.k.a. Manga Studio 5).