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The leaf golen is really cool. It reminded me of some of the forms in which Swampy appeared to Constantine in Hellblazer.
Haha, the candy stealign ghoul is so funny! And the mummy is very effective, good job!
Now for the deputized kind of crime fighters: beware the Patroller! A tech based pioneer operative of the police force of his city, he can use his dynamic flight harness with next to no worry for altitude, wind or spatial restraints, and, as flight is cybernetically aided he can focus on brawling and shooting with his baton and revolver combo. His helmet and visor are linked to secure police databases and can hack other sources for crime-busting purposes and access to usual-suspects files and all sorts of recognitions.
Roadie is my first take on the speedster type. But speed isn’t everything he’s good at: he is somewhat talented with music, although he’s no superstar (he IS A ROADIE)… wait, that’s no power that would give him an edge in the crime-fighting business, or is it? Oh, but he has yet another superpower, he has an incredible superstrenght he can only access when carrying or lifting up to 2.5 tons of weight. Too bad he can access as much power in explosive strenght, but with good tactics and all the time his superspeed can grant him…
Knucklehead is a bio-engineered hybrid with genes belonging to multiple sources: namely animals with tough skins like Rhinos and Elephants but also beasts like Bears and big Apes and some you’d never guess. The result is a behemoth that can unleash mindless destruction while his fellow super-villains can concentrate on more cerebral tasks.
Bve-Farr, the Extinguishment. With such a name it’s a given that he’s not one of the bad guys. He’s an intergallactic menace and the last of his kind… by his own merits. See, he believes he’s the avatar of extinction or something like that and, in his crusade to erradicate all life from the universe he had to start somewhere. As it is common in super-hero comic-books, his grandious agenda doesn’t seem to scare away other super-villains, who use to tag along with him in super-meanie teams.
Warriors sure are your thing. You must have a lot of patience to juggle so many elements in HM3.
As an all-good-cyberpunk fan I have to say Motherboard looks kick-ass.
Nice “cover-like” composition for the last one.
So much detail and glow. You’re like the Juan JosÃ© Ryp of Hero Machine XD
My favourites are Sister Pride 2, the Faerie Queen and Fiery Judgement
Wow, your silhouettes are really amazing and you also have a very unique way to tackle scenes when making superheroes.
And new supervillain: Doctor Schemer is your classic mastermind: gifted I.Q., power armor with energy weapons and holographic computers mounted and also a generator of kinetic barriers. He has a nice view of his would-be domains from his orbital lab-base in space, as you can see.
Thanks to everyone for your welcome.
Okay new hero: Backfire is part of the pandemia of energy redirectors, one of the most overused superpowers ever. As pretty much every superhero with this gift, Backfire can absorb, store, redirect and channel energy based attacks that have been used on him. He is really fond of his “my-arms-are-a-pipe” kind of fighting, absorbing energy with one hand and shooting it out (with no degradation) from the other. As it is not the most reliable superpower ever, he also packs his handy raygun.