Character Design Challenge #176- National Heroes

Ok guys, this week I want you to create a superhero based around a nationality. You can do any nationality you want, but we are only dealing with superheroes here, so no nation based supervillains. And obviously they can't turn out to be agents of Hydra all along.

As per usual, no limits on entries this week and the contest will close at midnight Saturday (blog time). Please read the contest rules before entering, have fun and good luck.

Rules for posts, contests, and challenges that I am hosting: Original characters only, no copyrighted characters, no characters based on copyrighted characters, no characters based on RPG’s or other games. The characters must be your own design and not based on any character that might be copyrighted in any way. I have the right to delete any post that I believe crosses this line without warnings. Only post characters that you have either created for this contest specifically or you know for certain have never been entered to a contest before. If you aren’t certain, don’t enter it, because I’m not going to go back through all of the contests and check.

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10 Responses to Character Design Challenge #176- National Heroes

  1. Urban Poet says:

    La Catrina (Mexico):

    A somewhat dark character indeed, so don’t mistake her for a villain!

  2. James_McD says: here is the truly Canadian hero The Canadian Shield

  3. Papyrus57 says:

    Brazillian superhero, Luiza Forta:

  4. Herr D says:

    A rare picture of ‘Blaesduft,’ her preferred spelling uncertain. She is, to all accounts, a low-power hero. She has weak wind powers and the ability to generate specific scents. “Blow scent” is how her name loosely translates from Danish, not “Blast Tufts,” as a certain American journalist misunderstood. He was reporting on an incident in Denmark where a terrorist tried to rob a bank to fund his cell. Amid the negotiations, she realized the terrorist’s identity, and that he was allergic to roses. Her attempt to cover him with that scent was nearly botched by the fact that she had to blow the scent in through a disused vent. Covered with rose-scented TUFTS of lint from the vent, the terrorist staggered out, sneezing, eyes watering, and broken out in hives. Interestingly enough, he had proven resistant to tear gas in an earlier incident. She has not been reached for comment.

  5. cliff says:

    Nikolaos “Nick” Kouros is a High School American track star of Greek decent who made it to the Olympic Track & Feild Team.
    Reporters wrote on his wholesome life and polite manners
    and the Greek boy born in America comming to his homeland
    After winning Gold medals in Athans Greece, he went sight seeing.
    In Pan’s cave on Mount Parnitha, north of Athens
    he finds a set of old pipes whiuch he picks up and dusts off, once he blows on them a huge half man half goat appears before Nick and calls him by name. The Satyr tells Nick he has been waited for and is chosen to play the pipes for mankind.
    He is told to call “IO PAN” which the boy does and suddenly begins to transform into a Satyr himself.
    Nick discovers he has all the abilities and skills of a powerful satyr, heightened sencses, agility, endurance
    as well as the pipes and the power it focuses through the songs he plays.

  6. JR19759 says:

    Ok guys, this weeks contest is now closed. The result will be up shortly.