Friday, August 29, 2008

New poll: Sarah Palin

Jinkies! It's a girl! John McCain picks Sarah Palin to be his running mate. Good move or not? Vote in my new poll.

By the way, I ditched the other poll, since it seems that I was the only one playing WoW.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The LOLBat!

Over at the PVP website is a new feature for its webcomic called the LOLBat. He's a superhero that speaks in text messaging abbreviation lingo (thus the name "LOLBat")! It's hilarious! Click here to read the start of this storyline, then follow the storyline after that. I may start posting at their forum. I wonder if it's possible to do a crossover with LOLBat so that we can have a team-up? I'd love that.

Here's his first appearance:

Monday, August 25, 2008

On the issue of commenting under alternate names

I was going to do some catch-up today, but I'll put that off until tomorrow to touch upon something that I must address before this goes on any further, and that is the practice of posting under alternate names, or alts for short.

I didn’t want to do anything to discourage any of you from sending comments to me – and in truth I still don’t, as comments are a big part of blogging, but there simply has been too many comments from alts filling up my mailbox. Over the weekend, I had 32 comments mostly from alts! And as much as I want to believe that Austin Powers and Power Girl read my blog, I’d much prefer to develop a rapport with real people instead of fictional ones.

This also goes for something that I’ve mentioned before: Don’t create any alts of my name. While I'm flattered that you think that highly of me, there's one main reason why I'd prefer that you not make any variations of "Andromeda" or "Busty Superhero Chick": I don't want it to be said that I am "sock-puppeting" - that is, I don't want anyone to think that I'm creating all these alternate identities of myself just so that I can build myself up by commenting on my own blog. The same could be said for all those other alts – that I was “sock-puppeting” just to build myself up.

If I get any further comments from alternates of myself or anyone else, I won’t post them, so please don’t waste your time. In truth, all those alternate names are a distraction anyway, as I can’t tell how many readers I actually have. From the looks of it, I probably have only a few true readers who are posting under numerous alts, and it makes it difficult to know who is who. As much as I’d like to think that I have that many fans, my ego doesn’t need to be fed by an artificial means of alts. And besides, I want all my fans to be real! So please – no more alts. I want to know the real you!

Friday, August 22, 2008

Notes for the weekend

Wow! Friday came before I knew it! I'll be away for the weekend, and I'll return to posting on Monday. Some notes before I go:

1.) I was going to respond to some comments before today, but over the course of the week, I got a lot more comments than I thought! I'll work on responses for Monday.

2.) Me and the creative crew haven't got back together about the CSC storyline. We'll try again in the weekend.

3.) I'll post a new poll on Monday. The issue seems to be pretty much settled in both polls.

4.) I'll also work on discussing COMICS next week. I want to touch up on my take on DC's Final Crisis and Marvel's Secret Invasion

Have a great weekend, kiddies!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Comic Strip Club strip on the abortion debate

The above is from a webcomic called Comic Strip Club.

I don't think I've ever seen the abortion debate explained in this way. Bravo, CSC.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

A few quick notes

Sorry that I didn't post yesterday. I had a busy day. However, this does bring up a good time to mention that, while I'll try to post something every day, I probably won't be able to do it. I'm technically still new to blogging, and have kept at it mainly through my blogging mentor, who's been guiding me through this process. By the way, I call him Yoda. ;-)

Anyway, look for me to post probably on an average of 4 to 5 days for a given week. I'll try to at least keep that pace. If I haven't posted on a certain day, don't panic! Either I'm busy with something in real life, or I might not have had the inspiration to post something that day. But I'll try to not go longer than two days without posting. If I have to be away for longer than that, I'll let you know beforehand, and when I expect to get back.

As for all the comments I had waiting for me, I'll try to answer them as soon as I can. My mailbox was pretty full, and it's going to take me a bit to sort through them all.

Who could play me in a movie?

I think I've found one possibility to play me in a movie. It's the Paraguayan Olympian who caused a brief sensation during the Opening Ceremonies. Her name is Leryn Franco, and here's a pic of her:

She's smokin'! Of course, I'm open to other suggestions, but she's a good start!

Monday, August 18, 2008

Q & A: Response to a comment about my abilities

Let’s go ahead and take care of a little business by answering one of the comments that was sent to me. I thought that it’d be better to answer here in case others of you had the same questions/observations about what I’ve said about myself so far. Here’s the original comment in its entirety:

“So far from what I've read you are extremely powerful. You have super strength, heightened senses; you can fly fast. You have super healing. Your costume is tear resistant, so that so horny guys won’t drool after battling you. In your previous posts, you stated because of your athletic build you are probably flexible as well. And finally you perfect hand-eye coordination and reflexes allows to you evade any attack in all directions. In light on a better word you are perfect. But when developing your stories (which you are working on now) its important to add the human element as well. Sure its fun beating the crap out of bad guys and gals (yes I said GALS, 'cause it would be boring if your battles were one sided), but on the other hand you have a real life to deal with. Getting good grades in school, dealing with bullies without revealing your secret identity, and trying to show your true feeling to the one you really care about. Now I'm not saying to make the comic series super serious (please don't hurt me because I used a pun), but remember to keep it real and believable. Take care.”

First, thanks for a long, thoughtful response. You bring up some very good questions worth a good response, and I hope to give it here. Let’s go ahead and take them in order.

I do have super strength, heightened senses, and super healing. But I do not have Superman level powers, or even Wonder Woman. Not even She Hulk. Probably the closest I get to is Donna Troy level powers. The super healing is necessary for someone of super strength because of all the stresses that we put our bodies under by lifting the great weights that we do. In fact, in my “universe”, the stronger the superhuman, the greater his or her speed healing is. Thus, it’s no accident that, in my universe, the strongest folks also have the fastest healing powers, and that’s what makes them so difficult to take down.

My heightened senses are largely due to having a physique that is several steps up from the normal human physique of a woman my height and build. That also explains the faster eye/hand coordination and my flexibility. Those of us with such physiques also have these heightened senses/coordination/flexibility. The odd thing in my universe is that it is the super women who have this faster eye/hand coordination much more so than the men. My guess is that it’s because women’s muscles don’t get bulky like men’s muscles do. There are other super women who can move as fast as I can, and some are even faster.

For the super men, because they have all that bulky mass, it’s much harder for them to move fast like super women do. Of course, the advantage the men have is that they are much stronger. The strongest super woman in my universe (and it’s not me) is nowhere near as strong as the strongest super man. So even though I can dodge the slow, plodding punches thrown by super men, they can take the numerous punches that I throw at them because they are that much stronger (not to mention that they also heal faster). It’s a challenge that I’m still working on.

As for my costume, finding a tear resistant costume became necessary because of what I discovered from my very first super battle. And for us super ladies, we need these tear resistant costumes, because in this day and age of camera phones and YouTube, we are a short step away from being splashed all over the Internet showing off what we didn’t want to show off. And even though they are tear resistant, it’s not impossible to tear. Whether that happens in the stories – you will just have to wait and see. ;-) Anyway, the experience I went through in my first battle told me right away what us super ladies are going to need if we are going to do the hero thing, and I hope to make it a line of fashion later. In summary, we super ladies are going to need a durable costume if we are going to do the hero thing without becoming exhibitionists every time we do battle.

And last, I am not perfect. Far from it. I only need to get slapped around by one of my most annoying opponents to bring me back to earth (and you’ll meet her later). Even though I have super powers, I am still very human. I have feelings, and I have hopes and dreams, and I deal with adversity like any human does. Granted, the temptations of a super person are different and greater than normal folks, but it’s still temptation nonetheless, and we are just as prone to mistakes in judgment in the face of those temptations just like anyone else. It’s this part of my life that I hope makes my stories “real and believable”.

Thanks for your commentary. You really made me think about how I should respond. I hope I answered your observations to your satisfaction.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Update and such

Hey, how's it going?

I saw all the comments that were waiting for me. Holy smoke! I'll try to respond to them, probably tomorrow. However, I do have one request: Please don't create any alternate versions of my name when you make your responses.

While I'm flattered that you think that highly of me, there's one main reason why I'd prefer that you not make any variations of "Andromeda" or "Busty Superhero Chick": I don't want it to be said that I am "sock-puppeting" - that is, I don't want anyone to think that I'm creating all these alternate identities of myself just so that I can build myself up by commenting on my own blog.

I went ahead and posted the two alternate Andromedas' comments, but I won't after that. Nor will I post any comments of variations of "Busty Superhero Chick", or of the other characters that will appear in my comic later. I'm that determined to make sure that others don't think that I'm sock-puppeting. Please understand how important it is to me to do this right. So if you want your comment to appear, use another name besides copies or variations of my own. And besides, I'd rather get to know you all under your own IDs instead of clones of me.

Next, me and my creative team ran into some questions on how we're going to end the storyline that we worked on over the weekend. Not quite a dispute, but more of a disagreement. We'll work on it. I'll keep you all updated.

Thanks, guys. Catch you later.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Brief note for the weekend

Okay troops, I won't be posting over the weekend as me and my creative team are going to work on a storyline for the Comic Strip Club website. I WILL be back on Monday. However, feel free to vote on both my polls, as well as send any other comments or observations about the blog entries that I've made already. Just understand that I won't be responding until Sunday night at the earliest, as my team gets cracking on the most awesome storyline evah! :-D

Have a great weekend!


From my e-mail: Wapsi Square comic strip

A female friend of mine e-mailed a link to the cartoon above, asking if that's ever happened to me. (What a friend, eh?) It's from a webcomic called Wapsi Square. To answer her question, I did once "bust" (pun sort of intended) out of my top, but not because of a sneeze. It's because your standard, off-the-rack (no pun intended) bra is not designed for a woman with super strength. On my very first super battle, I swung so hard at this guy that I sent him flying into a brick wall, kayo-ing him "Street Fighter" style. I even heard the words "Super Combo did it! Kayo!" playing in my head! :-D

What enjoyment I could get out of it was robbed by the fact that the sheer force of my swing caused my boobs to jerk so violently that my department-store-purchased bra broke, and my tank top along with it, very much like the woman in the cartoon above. That never happens in the comics, so I never expected something like that to occur. That's a lesson for us super ladies on the difference on what happens in the comics vs. what happens in real life.

A good thing did come out of this experience. I made my own bra with materials created by a friend of mine, and this bra (as well as the hotpants that I wear under my skirt) is virtually impossible to tear. I can't tell you what material that is, because it's still in the process of being patented. However, no matter how fierce the battle, my bathing suit body parts are always going to be covered, even if my costume gets torn to shreds. The downside of this is that the material is damned expensive, which is why I haven't made my whole costume out of this material.

Anyway, once the patent goes through, my friend is going to work on making a less expensive version of the material so that we can market it to the super ladies. I want to start a line of fashion for super women, because we're proportioned differently than the average woman, so we can't exactly get our clothes at the local Target's. We may be able to punch men through brick walls, but it doesn't mean that we don't want to look like ladies doing it! I really believe that there's a market for such a line of fashion. It might be how I'll have to make my income, since the hero thing is generally done for free.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Q&A: How do I get someone to like me?

Time for another Q & A session from questions that I’ve received in person and by e-mail. This time around, I’m answering a relationship question. Apparently, being a superhero qualifies me to answer such questions. ;-)

Question: How do I get this girl to like me?

Answer: If you really thought about it, “making someone like you” is actually a contradiction. Thing is, you can’t “get” anyone to like you. There’s no magic or pheromone or other shortcut that can substitute for someone liking you and even loving you out of their own free will. And there’s nothing better, nothing more genuine, either. True love is given out of free will and free choice. The best thing to do is to work on you. First, take care of basic things like hygiene and appearance. In other words, be clean and dress nice. Would you like to be around a stinky slob? You would think that this is a given, but I’ve seen too many stinky slobs in my day.

Next, work on your personality. Before I continue, let me make something clear here: I am NOT saying for you to be something that you’re not. That’s the worst thing you can do. Rather, work on your attitude and outlook on life. If you’re a downer, you’re not a pleasant person to be around. We have enough unpleasant people in the world. To help improve your outlook on life, work on doing something you like doing.

This part is going to take some work to figure out, because each person is different, but basically, find out what it is that you like doing, and get better at it. If you’re an artist, work on your art to be as best that you can be. If you like sports, learn how the game is played so that you can be good at playing it or talking about it. Learning such skills helps you to develop and grow as a person, because you learn such things as patience and discipline to be better at what it is that you like to do. And, most importantly, you might find someone with the same interest. Talking with someone with the same interest helps to give each of you something to talk about.

Of course, there’s much more that I can say here, but doing the above should help put you on your way. And if I can add one other thing: Dudes, to impress the ladies, learn how to dance. I don’t mean learn every kind of dance there is, but at get-togethers in which there is music playing, dancing is a good way to meet the ladies. You usually see ladies dancing together because there aren’t enough men to ask. You can help solve that problem, as well as make yourself known to the ladies, by learning how to dance.

If you don’t know how to dance, ask a female family member or female friend or acquaintance. Or see if your local community college offers classes on dancing. Anyway, if you can do all three of these things, then you won’t have to worry so much about “making someone like you”, because you will already be likeable. So that’s the final lesson to take away from this: To “get” someone to like you, you have to BE likable.

In regards to the ladies being likable to the men, there are a few pointers I can bring up as well. First, just like men can be jerks, so can women. Yes, there are female jerks. One way is to be late for a date. If the date is at 7, be ready at 6:30. There’s very little more inconsiderate than making your date wait half an hour or more. Also, understand this: men aren’t women, and they don’t think like women. Most men don’t analyze every thought, every mood, every emotion, and every statement like many women do. If he says something like “You look great”, don’t take it as him hiding something or holding back on his true feelings – most likely, he really means it. Accept it as a compliment that it likely is and enjoy it.

Also, you’re going to be nervous, but so is he. And unlike women, he doesn’t talk to his buddies about his feelings or fears, so he’s not going to be as adept at discussing his feelings like you are. Men live in a different culture than we do, and they have their own language and customs. In other words, don’t interpret what they say and do under a female lens, because what men say and do are for different reasons and motivations. If you learn that one lesson about men, you’ll go a long way in being able to talk to them.

One way to learn about how men think is to learn to enjoy sports. Just like learning to dance helps men with the ladies, women learning to like sports helps women with the gents. You could try to enjoy the “holy trinity” of football, baseball, and basketball, but if you had to pick just one, then football is your best bet. Talk to male family members or male friends and acquaintances to learn about football or other sports.

Nearly every male in the world likes some sport, and if you can master sports lingo, then you’re more than halfway there to understanding how men think and talk. And if you need incentive to watch sports, some of the players are darn good looking – but don’t bring that up with your male buddies, because they don’t see the players in that way. Oh, if men were this emotionally invested in their women like they are for their sports team...! Well, I think there'd be fewer problems between men and women! ;-)

Okay, I think that pretty much covers everyone. I hope this helps you all. Feel free to add other pointers.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Busty Cartoon Babes pt. 2

Just 'cause I promised Freelancer, here is another poll of busty cartoon babes. This time around, we have Disney's Jasmine, Jessica Rabbit, and Tinkerbell just for the heck of it.

China uses girl's singing voice, but not the girl!

This news story out of China has me furious! The girl on the left has a wonderful singing voice, but because she isn't pretty like the girl on the right, they only used her voice and let the other girl lip sync at the opening ceremonies! How MEAN!!!

I hope one of the news organizations finds this girl and lets her sing for them! I bet the U.S. would fall in love with her! Grrr! I'm so mad!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Stuff to know about me if you're going to draw me

Okay, artists - here's some stuff to know about me if you're going to draw me:

1. I'm 6 foot 1, so I'm very tall.

2. I'm also very long legged.

3. My hair is also very long, reaching down to my butt.

4. My build is best described as "athletic", which basically means that my muscle tone is very firm.

5. And last, I'm very busty (but I think you probably figured that out already).

I ask that you try to keep the costume's design and color scheme pretty much to what's in the artworks below, but if you feel that something about it would look better with "this or that", let me know. I like to give the artists a little flexibility for creative tweaking so long as it isn't a radical departure from what I want the costume to have.

The bottom is a skirt that hangs loose. It's so loose that if I twirl, it will flare out. I'm letting you know that in case you have a pose in which it's supposed to be windy. Underneath the skirt, I wear white "hotpants" - something that covers most of my butt instead of the "wedgie-wear" that a lot of female superheroes have nowadays. The hotpants are like what cheerleaders wear, just so that you have an idea.

And just so you know, my eyes are blue, my hair is a "caramel candy" brown (but if you make it a darker brown, that's fine), and I have a cleft in my chin.

Here's a link to my blog entry in which I bring up a little about myself and what powers I have. That's in case you want to do art in which I am actually doing something other than just standing there looking awesome. ;-)

I have two artworks below that were done by others - one detailed, in case you like to draw art with detail, and one more stylish like a Disney cartoon. If you draw in Manga style, that's cool, too. In fact, I'm curious on how I'd look Manga style.

And last, my e-mail is in my profile so that you can send your art there.

If you have any questions, let me know. I'm so excited!

Sunday, August 10, 2008

The abuse of DC Comics' Mary Marvel

Now let's look at how DC is treating poor Mary Marvel. Here's some pics that chronicle her changes:

Good Mary Marvel:

Transitional Mary Marvel:

Evil Mary Marvel:

You may ask, "What the hell happened to her??" Here's the situation that led to this sad turn of events: Way back about a couple of years ago, Mary Marvel (MM from here on) was out in her white costume doing the hero bit like she's always done. She was high above the ocean near a Mexican beach fighting it out with some weird harpy-looking creature, when her power left her in a clap of thunder like the one that gives her her power when she says the magic word. Suddenly depowered, she plummeted into the ocean, screaming "SHAZAM!" all the way down, to no avail. The next time we saw her, it was almost a year later, and she was in a hospital in a coma. When she finally came to, she found out that she was de-powered.

At the time that she got depowered, her brother Billy Batson was (and is) now the head dude in charge of the Shazam magic. The question that has yet to be answered is: would it have killed him to give his sister some freakin' warning that he was about to take away her power? Couldn't he wait 5 seconds for her to land on the ground first?

And he could have done that, by the way. How do I know this? Because when MM had gotten Black Adam's power later, THEN - only THEN - did he call her to the Rock of Eternity (home of the Shazam magic)! If he could call her then, why couldn't he call her before depowering her while high in the sky over the ocean?

I find it unbelievable that Billy could be that monumentally inconsiderate of his sister. Allegedly, he's supposed to be a good guy, but good guys don't depower their sisters while they're high in the sky, dammit! Which is why I found the storyline to be unbelievable. All Billy managed to do is create a supervillain that didn't need to exist.

It just doesn't seem logical that Billy would treat his own sister in such an uber-jerkish manner. It's been established that Billy and Mary have a good sibling relationship, and this sudden thoughtlessness on Billy's part just doesn't make sense. The whole storyline seems entirely manufactured just to give an excuse to make MM a villain. At the very least, Billy could have healed Mary from the coma. She could have been killed - and for what? See? It's stupid! I can't see Billy doing that to his only blood relative!

All that DC Comics has accomplished is ruin one of their characters for no good reason. So it's not Billy that owes an explanation, it's DC Comics. Seeing as how the deed is already done, all they can do now is to let MM keep her Black Adam powers so as to keep her powered beyond Billy's reach. It's also a way for her to protest his inexcusable behavior. But rather than the ridiculous costume and hair that she has now, she should wear the black costume and her regular hair. That way, she's still hot. She can also be a bit dark, and grim. No more Pollyanna - she could instead be the female version of Wolverine. Being droppd outta the sky will do that to a person's outlook on life.

The only good coming out of Evil Mary Marvel is that, if she ever became good again, she could easily qualify to join the ranks of Busty Superhero Women, because in the bottom pic, she looks like she's also gained a few cup sizes as well. In fact, maybe that can be the means of luring her back to the side of angels.

I've give my pitch to her: Mary, how would you like to join my little informal group of Busty Superhero Chicks? You'll join an elite crowd, and a lifetime supply of smiley-face temporary tattoos to slap on your boob. You just need to come back to the company of heroes. And go back to the black costume, please; if for no other reason than to piss off your brother. And that hair. Yeesh. Please grow your brown hair back. Maybe the beautiful brown hair you had can be made to magically grow back. Anyway, my offer's open - you just have to get off the destructive path that you're currently on. I'll be waiting.

New Poll: Which Busty Disney Babe is hotter?

So which Busty Disney Babe is hotter: Pocahontas or Esmeralda? It's time to settle the question for all time, and my blog is the place to do it!

Saturday, August 9, 2008

And now for some new pin-up art of me!

You saw a sneak preview of some new pin-up art of me in my new blog banner. Now check out the rest of it!

I love it love it love it! Damn, I'm hot! :-D

If there is ever any animation done of me and my stories, this is how I want to look! The artist's name is Daniel Leon. I had hoped that he would send me a website of his work, but I haven't heard from him yet. But when I do, I will immediately post his site address here, because he deserves recognition!

By the way, if any of you artists are interested in doing pin-up art of me, let me know. I love comics and all that's involved in the process of making them, and if I can get artists to make pin-ups of me, then all the better!

Friday, August 8, 2008

Red Hulk vs. Thor poll results

Since the issue of Red Hulk vs. Thor is alread out, the poll is moot. Here's the final results:

Red Hulk - 4 (30%)
Thor - 9 (70%)

Since it was pretty much a given that Red Hulk would win because this was a Hulk title, I SHOULD have asked who SHOULD win in Red Hulk vs. Thor. But still, like I said in my previous blog entry, the way the battle played out was pretty crappy. I was disappointed.

Coming up next will be the wonderful art in my new banner. Isn't it awesome? :-)

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Red Hulk vs. Thor issue finally out

The issue of Hulk with Red Hulk fighting Thor finally came out yesterday, and I'm about to give my take on it. But first...

*****SPOILER ALERT!!!*****

If you have not read Hulk #5 with Red Hulk vs. Thor and don't want to know what happens next, STOP READING NOW! You have been warned!

Well, I knew that since it was a Hulk title, Red Hulk (RH) was going to win. However, I think it was a far, far too easy a victory for RH. Yeah, he's freakishly strong, but so is the Green Hulk, and he's had his clock cleaned by Thor before! And that was before Thor had the Odinpower!

Here's my take: Thor is a warrior with centuries more experience in battle than the RH. And all that before he had the Odinpower. Now Thor has all that strength, Odinpower, AND his hammer Mjolnir. This battle should have been much, much more extensive. How long has RH been the RH? Maybe weeks at most. Surely he's still adapting to his new bulk and strength level.

One could also argue that Thor is still adjusting to being alive again and having the Odinpower, but Thor has had much more time adjusting to having the Odinpower than the RH has had being the RH. One could also argue that this was Thor's first real battle since returning to life, so maybe he's a little rusty.

That's the only reason that I can see this battle going so quickly. But even with rust, this battle should have lasted longer, because Thor has that much more experience in battle than does RH. This is especially the case if RH ends up being Doc Samson as it seems to be leading to. While Doc also has battle experience, it's nowhere near Thor's battle experience; plus, battle is not Doc's main thing anyway. Whatever Doc gained from being RH should not have been enough to allow him to beat Thor so quickly.

And last, for RH to actually grab Mjolnir - AND to wield it against Thor?? - sacrilege!!! ;-)

It just ain't right! Goes against everything we've been brought up with about Thor and his magic hammer! Well, at the end, Thor swears revenge, and I'm sure he'll get it now that his first post-resurrection super battle is out of the way.

Next time I'm going to discuss poor Mary Marvel and ask why DC is so determined to trash the poor girl. Each time they show her, I get more and more pissed off. If you ask me, she should sue.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Star Wars Holiday Special

I found this the other day. It's called the Star Wars Holiday Special, and it came out in 1978, not long after the first Star Wars came out. According to this Wikipedia article, it was known for being really bad. I tried to watch it, and friend - I barely got a third of the way. I just couldn't sit there and let brain cells die. What was George Lucas thinking?

And to think that this special had all the main cast members from the movie in it. I think they did it only because they were still new in Hollywood, and if they didn't do it, they probably were told they wouldn't work in that town again. Luckily, their careers didn't suffer from being in this special, because they went on to make two other Star Wars movies. Word of warning, friends: In addition to killing brain cells, it might also cause sterility.

By the way folks, this is my 50th blog entry! Yay me!

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Red Hulk vs. Thor again

I was about to take down my blog poll about Red Hulk vs Thor due to inactivity, but I noticed that I had a mini-splurge in votes. So I'll keep it up a little longer in case I get any more votes. So far, it looks like most of you agree with me that Thor should win. Of course, since it's a Hulk title, somehow Red Hulk will win. That way, the Green Hulk will be the one to beat Red Hulk later. Surely Green Hulk can't go down that easily. Also, since Red Hulk is an infrared Hulk and Green Hulk is a gamma Hulk, is there going to be a ultraviolet Purple Hulk or other Hulks of the light spectrum?

By the way, when the hell is that book coming out??? They're going to make ME hulk out!

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Adam Hughes again

From the mailbag again, about Adam Hughes art again. One of my readers sent me a link to this blog page entry. It shows just how much ol' AH! (the signature on his art) loves Power Girl.

Friday, August 1, 2008

From the mailbag: Adam Hughes art

This is going to be the start of a regular feature I'll call "From the mailbag". These will be from e-mails that I've been sent. Usually they ask questions about superheroing or being a superhero, but other times they'll send art - especially if it's about boobs. A few are a bit - how shall we say - risque, but some are cute.

The art below is by an artist named Adam Hughes. Hughes is one artist that I'd LOVE for him to draw me. Amanda Conner is the other (you saw some of her work in the previous blog entry).

Isn't it cute? This art is also an example of how simple pencil art can be SO expressive. With just a few lines, he's managed to give the feeling of depth and volume and shape and form. Power Girl looks like she's really messing with quite a handful (two handfuls, actually) keeping the "ladies" from - ahem - busting out. In addition to PG, he's also known for drawing Wonder Woman and Catwoman - but judging by all the sketches of PG that I've seen, he seems to hold a special place in his heart for her. Awwwww.....

Anyway, if any of you know Adam Hughes or Amanda Conner, let them know that I'd like them to do a drawing of me. Or if Adam or Amanda happen to be reading my blog - give it some thought - pleeeeease??? I'll be your best friend if you did! :-D