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Iron Witch p2 by Chaoscroc CB Darcsyde by singory Iron Witch p2 by Chaoscroc CB Darcsyde by singory
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yes an old comic , i did a color work on it back in the day , but decided to get a better coloring job on it :) (Smile)
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rphb Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016
That is just pure evil, I don't know much about that franchisee, but weren't he supposed to be the good guy?
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singory Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016
sometimes he did evil stuff in the comics
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rphb Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016
Well that is just something the good guy never does, he can do morally questionable things (making him an antihero) like batman, but never something downright evil.
The antihero, that Clint Eastwood excelled at portraying, (and Humphrey Bogart before him), are never motivated by malice or megalomania, he is disillusioned rather then idealistic and more often a not a dirty drunk. Yet despite these flaws his honour is still without question, he cannot be bought and often react very violently towards people that try.
What thou show here is an example of the Knight Templar troop tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php…

The knight templar is a form of villain, that thinks himself as a hero, and work under the doctrine "utopia justifies the means" tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php…. This means that he is a complete zealot, which is actually the opposite of the antihero's disillusioned and pragmatic state of mind.
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singory Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016
Comics character change the moral depending on the writer , Iron man would turn evil , and then later go back to being good , in the Crossing Arc in the Avengers Comics he was evil , in the Civil war Arc said he was doing good but he employed Villains to hunt heroes and cloned Thor 
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rphb Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016

As I said, I don't know much about that character and care even less. I have a special kind of hatred for the American version of the graphic novel, I strongly prefer the European or the oriental version over it.
To summarise their differences.

1) The American graphic novel, often simply refereed to as a "comic", "comic book" or "superhero comic" is about masked metahuman vigilantes fighting against equally masked metahuman villains. There is not much more to say then that, the plot is all fairly similar, and in one word "really dumb".

2) The Oriental graphic novel, often refereed to as "manga" as Japan is the most influential part of this school, revolves around a wide range of often very confusing subjects. It is primarily characterised in a very specific art-stile that is universally accepted throughout the orient. While some of the larger more well known in the west works, have a relatively cohesive plot, most of them can with one word be described as "very weird"

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3) The European graphic novel revolves more around a protagonist and his or her relations with other charecters. While metahumans sometimes feature in this school too, they are almost never a crime fighter and never in the sense that they could be accused of being a "superhero", something all of them no doubt, would take great offence too.
The European school includes works such as Tintin, The Smurfs, Asteric and Obelix and Valhalla also needs mention, not only to not just have francophone comis, but also have a much different version of Thor, and one that lies significantly closer to the original sagas, the 20+ year comic that only finished a few years ago was actually an attempt to faithfully depict the old sagas in a a way that everyone could understand and appreciate.

I did mention that I hate the American school right?

It is not that I have any particular dislike for thy art, I just wanted to point out that the action thou depict is "malum in se" evil in itself, that is a deprived unjustifiable act.
There is no possible way to atone for it, it is to cross the moral event horizon. tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php…

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AdonCa Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2016
Well.... all of that aside you know that quick and easy conversions to evil/mind controlled slaves is kind of Signory's thing, right?  I don't think the actual plausibility of the scenario in the context of the source material enters into it much.
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rphb Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2016
that's deprived
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GoldyKun Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2016  Student Writer
una de mis locas ideas hechas realidad xD
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singory Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2016
glad to have similar thinking :)
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Wisky-08 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016
lov
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singory Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2016
:D
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Jimma1300 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2016   Digital Artist
I can see this being iron man with his arrogance 
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singory Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2016
yeah it was part of a story i wrote :) 

i got some notes saying this is out of character for tony , i laughed a lot
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Jimma1300 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2016   Digital Artist
Fanboys, they don't know any better lol 
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Dether34 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2016
Actually, this fits Tony quite well, considering his new persona in the "superior iron man" issues, which caused his moral axis to change quite a bit. Also: Tony Stark Fanboy ^^
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Chronorin Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I like.
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singory Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2016
glad you do :)
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THE-Darcsyde Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I'm glad you like my work!
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singory Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016
its amazing :)
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THE-Darcsyde Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you Sir!
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gooeyness Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016
chaos always does the best roboticificatationg
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singory Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2016
yep he does
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