Archive for August, 2015

Supereconomics – Part 6

2015/08/31

Ever wondered how many aspiring, brilliant mad scientists out there give up on bringing their plans for world domination to fruition simply because they lack the financial means to do so? 😦

The endless quest for capital to finance ever more grandiose schemes...it's the vicious circle of supervillainy.

The endless quest for capital to finance increasingly grandiose schemes…it’s the vicious circle of supervillainy.

This sombering glimpse below the supervillian poverty line has been brought to you by Showcase #62 (May-June 1966) by E. Nelson Bridwell, Joe Orlando, and Mike Esposito.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 31

2015/08/27

Here’s one for all the fans of genderbent comic book characters: Sensation, a.k.a. She-Dragon, by Erik Larsen.

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Costume Hijinks – Part 11

2015/08/23

A chain mail bikini’s impractical. A chain mail tube top’s just a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.

Well, at least all that effort wasn't completely wasted. :)

Well, at least all that effort wasn’t completely wasted. 🙂

Today’s fashion tip has been sponsored by Princeless #4 (January 2012) by Jeremy Whitley and Mia Goodwin.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 30

2015/08/19

Today’s original artwork offering: a rather somber-looking Jean Grey by Carlos Pacheco.

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Princesses, Dragons, and The Man

2015/08/15

We’re all slaves to the system. But not everyone’s aware of it.

I'm not sure whether Adrienne or Sparky has it worse. :/

I’m not sure whether Adrienne or Sparky has it worse. :/

This heavy dose of realism was provided by Princeless #1 (October 2011) by Jeremy Whitley and Mia Goodwin.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 29

2015/08/11

Today, we have a blast from the past. Late 16th/early 17th century Japan, to be precise: it’s Usagi Miyamoto, as rendered by his creator, Stan Sakai.

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Supereconomics – Part 5

2015/08/07

Just because you’re capable of destroying moons and planets, that doesn’t mean you can balance your checkbook properly.

Man, talk about living frugally. :O

Yeesh, teachers really do have horrible salaries.

This hard lesson in living frugally comes to you courtesy of Assassination Classroom (暗殺教室/Ansatstu Kyoushitsu) – Volume 1 (November 2, 2012) by Yuusei Matsui.

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 28

2015/08/03

Little sketch, big name: This doodle of Groo the Wanderer was done by the legendary Sergio Aragonés himself.

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