Okay, I figure I can post this now.
Lady Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Jessica Drew (something to note, in this version I chose to get away from her spider-codename and make her be more fully integrated as a shield agent so thusly I refer to her as the Red Widow)
Victoria Hand (I really hope she comes back soon)
and the mother of shield, the Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine
There were a few others I was considering of adding, but had to exclude due to space.
All costumes redesigned to some extent. It was definitely a key goal to make all their body and facial structures, hair styles, how they hold their body, carry themselves, etc all match the characters and be different. i really tried to take into consideration their personality and what their main use in operations.
I’d Love to work on a S.H.I.E.L.D. book with this as the cast. with occasional steve, bucky, dum dum guest starring
hello a SHIELD story I’d actually be interested in!!
I’m super into this
Female members of the French Resistance celebrate the arrival of Free French and US forces. Marseille, France. August 1944.
Hold me i might faint from amazement
ommmmmmmmmmmmg Annie Wu is my art goddess.
whoa whoa whoa hold up guys. a strong, independant, witty, not over sexualized, WoC superhero????
can we say HELL FUCKIN YEH!!!!
I love everything about Nissa. I wish to be her.
I was lucky enough to do some fanart that made its way into a graphic novel and this character was the one who did it. From Ron Marz (Witchblade) and Lee Moder (Wonder Woman) its story of samurai and vampires, survival and revenge. I enjoy practically everything that Marz does and for him to ask me to use art for his graphic novel was a great experience.
Last weekend at the show I was at, it was announced that he’ll be one of the main guests, which also includes Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, and Joe Corroney for the January show. I’ve never met any of these guys and I’m totally stoked. But especially Marz, for obvious reasons.
So this was made.
Illustration by Chris King
Adam Schumpert - Moshi Madohime on Flickr.
So this powerhouse was released a bit early the other day so hey just an excuse to show off the fine talents of Adam Schumpert. The Moshi family is one that has a tradition of matriarchy so nearly all Moshi characters are female, they are actually a fairly conservative family, I’ve been trying to swing them visually that way as well. Adam so far is my go to Moshi artist, he draws them powerful dignified and dangerous. Enjoy.
teleport or “Bounce” as she calls it, she is invisible to sensors designed to detect even Martian Manhunter, possesses a powerful healing factor, learned to blend martial arts with her ability and is extremely useful in a fight able to engage multiple opponents across a room.
Charlotte Gage-Radcliffe lived with her mother and her newborn sibling in an apartment in Metropolis’s worst slum. She never met her father.
Charlie knew she had superpowers from a young age but rarely used them because they made her mother uncomfortable. She was a big fan of the first Batgirl.
The landlord of the apartment building had bribed the safety inspectors. The fire escape had been removed, and the smoke detectors were broken. When a fire broke out, Charlie and her family were trapped in the apartment. In Charlie’s experiments with her powers, she had discovered that living beings didn’t survive teleporting with her - she couldn’t get her family out. In the end, Charlie’s mother made her leave, shouting at her to teleport out. Seventeen people died in the fire. The landlord’s sentence was six months, time served.
Some while later, Charlie surfaced as a crime-fighter in Gotham City, using the Batgirl name and wearing a homemade Batgirl costume, complete with utility belt. This drew the attention of Barbara Gordon who sent out the Birds of Prey to discover who was using her old identity. The Birds laid a trap for the new ‘Batgirl’ in the hopes of confronting her. When Charlie showed up, she leaped into combat, enjoying the chance to go up against the Birds all the while talking as if she’d been their friend for ages.
When they were confronted by a gun-runner seeking revenge for her imprisonment at the Birds’ hands, Charlie teleported in to take a gunshot intended for one of the team. However as the Birds went to Charlie’s assistance, she disappeared.
Charlie reappeared in Oracle’s control room without a scratch on her. She revealed that she’d been in and out of Barbara’s control room on numerous occasions without Barbara’s knowledge and wanted her approval to become the new Batgirl. Barbara tried to talk her out of becoming a superhero and thought she’d succeeded when Charlie agreed to stop being Batgirl.
Charlie popped up again a couple of weeks later, this time using the name Misfit. She tagged along with the Birds on a couple of missions doing what she could to help out.
When Barbara managed to get some downtime she followed up on a tip she’d received from Spy Smasher, which led her to Charlie’s last known address. When Charlie showed up she confessed what had happened to her family and that she was currently homeless. Barbara took her in as one of her team, giving her a home.
Birds of Prey vol. 1
Want her BACK NOW.
She lives with Helena now.
She and Zinda and Kate Spencer see to her training.
I loved Misfit, she was the sort of fun character that you just don’t get a lot of in comics any more.