Super-heroes should not play World of Warcraft

(From “Fantastic Comics” number 15, 1941.)

About Jeff Hebert

Jeff is a 45 year old city boy who has somehow found himself located in Colorado, fulfilling his lifetime dream of making a living drawing super-heroes all day.

9 Responses to Super-heroes should not play World of Warcraft

  1. well so much for the hold back policy on lethal force. Take no prisoners!

  2. Gabe Puratekuta

    If there’s anyone who would know about intense friction, it’s Stardust

  3. Jeff, I know this is completely off topic, but I just looked at some art from the upcoming Hawk and Dove comic, and I want you to take a look at it and help me figure something out. I know that Liefeld is completely incompetent when it comes to feet, but what is going on with the right foot of the henchman on the right? how can he bend his leg in that direction? Oh, and the weird beak things on the bridge of Dove’s nose is more pronounced, too.

    http://dcu.blog.dccomics.com/files/2011/07/HAWKANDDOVE_0203_v2_ajskd999999sdf.jpg

  4. @Zaheelee: You’re forgetting to mention that Hawk’s left arm has half the length, twice the girth and three times as many muscles as any other human arm, Mr. Universe contenders included. Also notice that Hawk has two (yes two, because the only finger in my hand that bends like that is a thumb) right thumbs, and lastly, Liefeld must be a closet ballet enthusiast, since that’s the only way I can explain the pose on the “supposedly unconscious” henchman being help up by Hawk. Notice the stretched out feet, the locked knees and the hands with the fingers straight out. That guy is striking a pose. Not forgetting that no human’s foot connects to a leg like that henchman’s does (unless his lower leg is broken, but since that’s a given in Liefeldian anatomy you can probably ignore that).

  5. Zaheelee, you evil person … wow. That’s so bad it’s practically inspirational.

    The arms, the hand holding the henchman, the Spartan interior of the vessel, the broken necks, the “Captain Canuck” level anatomy, the classic Liefeld gape-mouthed tooth-filled jaws … I feel like I had a bad acid trip and now am back in the Nineties.

    Thanks for posting that, Z.

  6. Hawk’s wing-like things are still looking very strange. They seem to be lopsided.

  7. And if you look at dove’s hand, you will notice that it is indeed backwards. Sigh, does he never learn?

  8. Wow! Turning your enemy into ash is a little exstreme. What do you ecpect from a guy in a grey wetsiut and a loincloth!