Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Superman and The Son of Satan


As much as I loved superheroes growing up. I never dressed as them for Halloween, usually opting for something traditional and scary like a vampire or werewolf.  Only later when I went to more adult parties did I start whipping up superhero costumes - Green Lantern, The Flash, Superman, Bizarro... and my current emergency go-to, Clark Kent (Hair in a spit curl, glasses, suit with shirt unbuttoned to reveal "S" below). 

3 comments:

Cary Comic said...

"Great Scott! Where's a phone booth with tinted glass when you need one?"

Lol! That's what I thought Christoper Reeve (as Clark Kent) must have been thinking, the very first time he saw an open-air payphone kiosk, in the 1978 feature film SUPERMAN.

Re: today's cover? Not the playfully spooky one I was hoping for. Like, say, Stanley & His Monster trick-or-treating at the front door of Dr. Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum?

But, it is suitably dramatic, as per your usual editing brilliance. Bravo! Thank you! And, of course...HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

:-)

Glenn Host said...

I liked Hellstorm in the Defenders. He is like a lot of heroes with hellish backgrounds struggling with his background.

A team with that background called Hellspawn (Ghost Rider, Raven, Hellstorm, etc) would be cool.

Anonymous said...

This story would be a great read !

I'm surprised that some large conglomerate hasn't merged DC and Marvel to do this !

I'll say this imaginary tale would have been better than the crap the two companies put out together in the 1990's !

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