Currently sketching: a superhero who fights evil. WITH A GIANT BUBBLE WAND. The end.
Charles: So we’re going to push our young friend out the window.
Erik: Uh, what?
Charles: Out the window. A literal fight or flight response, do you see?
Erik: I think you mean a literal flight or die response.
Charles: Precisely. But no. There is a shrubbery just below the window, which will break his fall. But I am rather confident—-
Erik: Is there another window nearby?
Erik: Fantastic. Children, come watch bad parenting in action.
This made me snort with laughter.
This is awesome. I’m in X-men mode (prepare for lots of reblogs), so I totally saw Wolverine, first!
Confession time: the X-men movies got me obsessed with the idea of a love triangle between Pyro, Rogue, and Iceman. (Also, I and my brain both know this isn’t Pyro. We just can’t seem to convince my Unlikely Pairing Fangirl of this.)
Just one of many reasons I disliked X3. I rewrote the ending in my head: Rogue would hear about the attack on Alcatraz while waiting to get the cure and realize the X-men (including everyone she cares about) would go to fight Magneto. Knowing she’d be unable to help them without her mutation, she’d abandon her chance at the cure and rush back to the school. There, she’d meet Angel, who would take her to Alcatraz to join the fight when he goes to rescue his father.
AWESOME FANART IS AWESOME! I love how this brings First Class and The Last Stand together (despite my viewing them as separate universes).
MARIE: I don’t want you to go.
LOGAN: I’ll be back for this.
My favorite thing about the X-men movies was the friendship between Rogue and Wolverine. I wish they hadn’t lost focus of that as the trilogy progressed. :(
Again, a super hero who fights evil with a GIANT BUBBLE WAND. Fear her.
The finished version of a sketch I blogged a few days ago. I spent longer vacillating over which colors to use for her costume than I did ACTUALLY coloring it.
Also, I forgot how much my Chartpak markers bleed and had to do a bit of digital touch-up.