Another series that was under-appreciated in it’s time. Personally, I loved it, love Scotty’s art, loved this take on the characters. Too bad Civil War twisted it into something unlovable.
Ruminations and Recriminations: Working on fighting styles and power use for the comic -
Speedball’s all ironed out for how I’ll depict how he fights, and I’m fixing the idiocy that is the fact that apparently nobody felt like keeping how his Penance powers activate and function consistent, but now I want to rework how Justice uses his powers a bit.
“Justice is a mutant who…
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Art © Keith Montalbo
wat u readin there
Firestar by Luc Latulippe
scott porter wants to play nova. -
as shallow as this sounds, he’s handsome enough imo.
Yoooooooooooooooo this is a sketch of AA-Speedball all right all right
Richard Rider is my favourite space cop.
MARVEL PANEL OF THE DAY
FROM: New Warriors (1990) #15
Hey kids, it’s the New Warriors!
The MindHut: "This Character Needs a Comic: The New Warriors" -
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Marvel Comics has always had a propensity for creating series featuring the super heroic youth element of the Marvel Universe. Combating both super villainous threats and the drama-fueled tribulations of adolescence, we have seen a number of teenage hero teams follow in the footsteps of their idols: the Young Allies, the Runaways, and the students of Avengers Academy just to name a few. But if you were to ask any comic book buff which one is the quintessential teenage team of heroes, more often than not you’ll get the New Warriors. It’s been quite some time since we’ve last seen them, but here’s why the New Warriors need a comeback!