Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Saturday morning classic, the Superfriends! On this day in 1973, the Superfriends treated children in North America to this wonderful program. Filled with an ecological theme, along with a morality lesson in every episode, kids were treated with an hour-long story featuring some of their favorite superheroes. For some, it was our first introduction to those heroes. Where I was growing up, I only had Johnny Sako and His Flying Robot, Speed Racer and Ultraman. My heroes were all imported, then in my third year around our local star, I was introduced to these domestic heroes.
#DigitalArt: Earth-2 #Robin
These bubblegum cards are very charming. There is an innocence about them, and I enjoy the slightly off model designs of many of the characters. At one point Batman isn’t wearing any gloves. Part of the story? Who knows, but I adore it. The art stye feels Latin in origin.
Earth – 2 Robin: I’ll admit that I was really lazy with this one. I sketched the full body but just wasn’t feeling it.
Rainbow Batman: The Brave and the Bold. This is one of the many reasons to adore Batman: The Brave and the Bold. The entire series is a love letter to Golden and Silver Age stories. Even the modern content has that whimsical Silver Age lining. It’s a wonderful program, and if you haven’t seen it […]