Mash-Up #336 Justice League of America vs Adam Warlock

Poor old Red Tornado – it seemed he was getting destroyed every other month back in the 70s and 80s and even here in Untold Tales he’s suffering the same fate.

And I couldn’t resist editing the original banner that offered the chance to be in the Superman movie!

5 thoughts on “Mash-Up #336 Justice League of America vs Adam Warlock

  1. Very nice cover. You never seem to amaze me with how clean your cut out images look when the covers are finished. Jealous, haha.
    As for poor RT, yeah those writers sure got A LOT of mileage out of turning him into a crash dummy much, too too often. I know the old saying goes a good craftsmen never blames his tools, but Jesus man, how shoddy was the craftsmanship on Tornado if he was always that easy to break story-wise.

    Cute bit about the Snyder Cut, which I personally have no interest in, but I can see the appeal since DC fans are so starved for DC movie content outside of animation.


    1. Thanks – I’ve definitely improved over the time I’ve been doing these; you mention the clean edges on this one but take a look at #40 and the outlines on the Detroit League. I half want to re-do that!

      Yeah, I’m unlikely to watch the Snyder cut – I disliked his DC films so why would I want to sit through something like six hours of heroes hating each other in a thoroughly washed out and miserable looking world?

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      1. Exactly! That’s why I’m so glad I can get my DC movie fix from the DCAU. NEVER fails to entertain and make me happy watching those movies. Just watched Batman: Soul of the Dragon, and it was pretty damn good for an original story influenced in part, and dedicated to, Denny O’Neil. It’s set in the 70’s and VERY entertaining. Check it out.

        I see what you mean about #40. It’s cool though, this whole thing’s an ongoing process where you get better at it the more you do it. Was the same deal for me back when I was making skits.


      2. Yeah, I’ve enjoyed the few DCAU films I’ve seen; I’ll see if I can track down Soul of the Dragon.

        Talking of your skits, I watched one of the Marvel 616 documentaries the other day featuring Mitchell Wu who’s a toy photographer. Damn good pictures he took, and they put me in mind of your stuff. Worth taking a look at.

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