I take no responsibility for the political views of fictional characters or the artists that ink them. We colourists dwell in a nice moral grey zone. ...Besides, Superman does that all the time! Although if you ask me, she looks more blissed out than anything. Maybe it's the way he drew the eyes but I was left distinct impression that she had partaken of the gange and had paused to examine the fascinating shape of the clouds. I'm sure there's a Bill Bailey gag in there somewhere...
quote:Excellent Shiva, though. Love the expression on the face.
Thanks, I was going for the old "I could disembowel you with my little toe, but I'm not in the mood" type expression.
Er...yeah. that's all of them. Tim Drake is by far a better, more interesting and believable character than Dick Grayson, Jason todd or that Damian kid (the son of Bruce and Talia) that's wearing the new Robin costume.
Plus, the batmobile now flies, and no, it's not anywhere near as cool as the Batman beyond version. The art is attempting to do a psydo-retro thing: the cars all look vaguely 1950's-ish and it really does not match the rest of the DC universe (where they sort of keep things looking like the real world).
-------------------- Justice inclines her scales so that wisdom comes at the price of suffering. -Aeschylus, Agamemnon
Registered: Aug 2002
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The first time I tackled this one it was over 3 years ago (May '07? how time flies!) and since then I like to think I've learnt a thing or three. So I thought to mark the time, why not go back and redo the thing from scratch? It's still the same basic design, it's still Cassandra but the techniques and the (for lack of a better term) skill is all new!