Here’s a design tweak on Jason Todd’s original costume.
Indiana Jones and Batman took it to Iron Man and Captain Jack Sparrow in the finals of the beach volleyball tournament.
After his amazing display of cunning, Nick Fury agrees to help Batman permanently crossover from DC and lead the Avengers.
Batman can use a smoke bomb to distract her, and then give her a good Guy Gardner-style sucker punch to seal the deal.
I have three words for this: BAT HULK-REPELLENT.
Thor comes flying in and Batman says, “who are you?”
Thor says, “I am the God of thunder, THOR!!!”
Batman says, ” I’m an atheist, I don’t believe in Gods…”
Thor disappears in a puff of smoke.
Batman could beat Captain America by hitting him with a paint bomb that would color his suit like a Canadian Flag.
Modify the batsignal to a giant target. When the hawk cant resist taking a shot, have a satellite rigged to trace the trajectory of anything passing through and shoot a tranquilizer arrow at hypersonic back.
My next gig for Moviefone has me drawing Batman throwing a beatdown on each member of the Avengers and YOU get to decide how he does it:
Some squares may be content talking about “box office revenue,” but we want to get down to the real issue at hand: How would Batman take out each member of the Avengers? He’s a deadly martial artist, loaded with insane hi-tech weaponry, and he’s a tactical genius. (Seriously, just google the words “Batman” and “prep” time,” and you’ll see that there’s no fight too impossible for him to win.)
So we want to hear from you. What would happen when he faces down a line-up of Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Nick Fury? The best, funniest, most creative responses will be illustrated by Dennis Culver, the artist extraordinaire behind “The Nicktoon Avengers” and “If Pixar Took Over Summer Movies.”
You have until Friday, June 29 at 5 p.m. EST to get your answers in. Check back closer to the release of “The Dark Knight Rises” to see the gallery.
Submit your answers in the comments here:
Carl From “Up” in “The Dark Knight Rises”
The grumpiest Batman ever.
Emerald City Comicon was fantastic. I had a great show and made a bunch of new friends and finally converted some favorite internet peeps into favorite irl peeps.
I also arted! Here are a couple favorites. Harley Quinn is sold but Two-Face is still available. $15 which includes shipping.
If you’re interested email me at culver at funwrecker dot com with the subject line HARVEY
Toyman by Dennis Culver
LoD version combined with the SupermanTAS/JLU version.