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One day I wanted to see how many of these VS Systems Cards I could find on the internet that were related to Task Force X which includes both The Suicide Squad and Checkmate as many of you know. Most of them had some pretty cool art work that I didn't recognize from other sources so I decided to put them all together in this sort of collage. If you're wondering about any missing characters it was either because I couldn't find em or because the art work was a reproduction of stuff DC had published already. Here's a sample of what the cards look like but I wouldn't be able to tell you anything else about these cards I'm not into role playing games unless I happen to be dating someone.
These two are far more likely to be allies then advisories. But you know how it goes in comics, if the fans want to see two characters throw down the writers will come up with some sort of scenario to make it happen. Of course they'll eventually realize there was some sort of misunderstanding and team up to fight the real threat what ever that may be. If you happen to be thinking that the bottom half of this posting was inspired by the Wed. Dredd posting on It's A Dave's World then you have some seriously keen detective skills.
LOL thanks Dave - do you reckon I need to re-title my blog do ya? Like the one liner too - someone has to say that to the Judge at some point - maybe even during the film!ReplyDelete
That VS card game system art is sweet - I've seen a few cards where I wouldn't mind getting the image a little bigger, but sadly that hasn't happened yet. Especially Lenil Francis Yu's Catwoman. I'm not into card games myself but when the arts as good as ol' Vixen and Cap Boomerang Jnr there, it's always worth a quick jack.
Dan, did you really just say a "quick jack"? oh boy you just made a new running gag i think. thanks for stopping by mate.Delete
I think I'm missing some context here...what exactly does "quick jack" mean?Delete
I'm drawing a blank too :)Delete
Cards were never that popular around here. I'm not even sure what those were suposed to be used on.
The drawing on Jr. is very much a compliment on "daddy's" drawing. Very interesting to see them side by side.
That is the SS I'd like to see back again.
The collage is nice. But now I'm wondering what did Dan do. I got to go overthere to see what I missed. It's some goodlooking cards in this series too. Like Dan said, if it has good artwork it's always worth a stab.ReplyDelete
lol sorry. I know the jack you are probably thinking of but its not that one. In kiwi slang have a quick jack is like saying have a quick look. It comes from the Maori term for a nosey person 'Jack Nohe' (Pronounced naw-hee).ReplyDelete
No worries, I figured it wasn't "that" one, just couldn't stop the brain derailment. ;) Thanks for the clarification.Delete
Good collage on that panel with Dredd! And is kind of homaging some classic covers!ReplyDelete
Thanks for coming by David i'm glad you liked what i did here.Delete
Hey Aliera you checking your email?
At least the expression's not quick jerk right?:)ReplyDelete
There's no smoothing that one over.....
Not unless you were talking about a process of preserving meat.Delete