Some cool marvel women images:
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Wonder Female Covers
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Covers from different issues of Wonder Female
Covers from Wonder Female comic books
Take a look at these doctor unusual images:
The Medical professional
Image by Leo Reynolds
THE MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL 1987
Hold the stethoscope to your stomach and you hear odd gurgling noises. The medical professional listens, nods as he makes up his mind and then composes out a prescription, which comes out of the device (absolutely illegible, like all genuine prescriptions).
THE UNDER THE PIER SHOW – Tim Hunkin
Southwold, Suffolk, England, UK
The background is made of two glittery sheets of scrapbooking paper kept in location with binder clips and sticky notes. The “”floor”is a sheet of clear acrylic.
The doctors are back-lit with numerous incandescent flashlights. Furthermore, I “”light painted” “the backdrop with an incandescent flashlight (seen in front of Fate) to contain much more glimmer. This kind of light painting includes moving a flashlight over a surface area while the electronic camera takes a medium or long exposure shot.
Above the scene a huge circular diffuser softens the ambient light in the room. A dark strip of fabric is positioned above the scene to darken it a bit.
To get a more detailed look at the equipment I utilize, take a look at my Gear series.
Medical professional Unusual – M3v4
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Fourth Variation of Medical professional Strange with fractal flow. and sharpening/blurring edits.
Examine out these batman vs superman images:
Batman vs Superman
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Wonder Female, Green Lantern
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celeb and Live Music Photographer
Human Statue Bodyart contracted to develop DC Comics superheroes: Wonder-Woman and the Green Lantern; To appear in Injustice video game promos and commercials …
‘Injustice’ is expected to be one of Australia’s and undoubtedly, the worlds, most popular video game this year and news media has actually tipped for it to easily crack the top 10 game titles.
Oppression: Gods Amongst United States is scheduled to be released on April 16, 2013 in The United States and Canada, followed by April 17 in Australia and April 19 in Europe for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U.
The game will be released later on in Japan on June 9 for the PlayStation 3 and Wii U.
Prior to the game’s release, NetherRealm Studios developed a free-to-play mobile app of Oppression: Gods Among United States for iOS devices. The app utilizes a collectible card-based fight system, and can be utilized to unlock benefits in the console variations of the game.
An album featuring music from numerous artists consisting of Increase Against, Depeche Mode, MSTRKRFT, Awolnation, Minus the Bear, and Zeus, will be released by WaterTower Music. Titled Injustice: Gods Amongst Us – The Album, the album will be offered at digital merchants on April 16, 2013 to coincide with the release of the video game. The collection will later be launched in CD format on April 23, 2013.
Warner Bros. Interactive partnered with a number of retail outlets on a pre-order incentive. Pre-orders from EB Games, GameStop, and Game gives players access to the Red Boy Pack, a DLC pack motivated by the Superman: Red Child comics restricted series, consisting of alternate Red Boy skins for Superman, Marvel Female, and Solomon Grundy, and 20 added objectives set within the Red Boy story. Pre-orders from Wal-Mart bring the Arkham City Skin Pack, consisting of downloadable outfits for Batman, Catwoman, and the Joker, and a bonus offer copy of Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. Offers from Finest Buy and Amazon Germany consist of the Blackest Night DLC Pack, which includes an alternate Batman skin, based upon his Black Lantern design from the Blackest Night story, and an exclusive “”zombie mode” “which transforms all characters into the undead.
Retail editions and downloadable content
In addition to the conventional edition, the Collector’s Edition is offered for purchase for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, that includes a steelbook case (UK just), a collectible figurine, a digital download code for the animated film Justice League: Doom (United States only), 2 concerns of the Injustice comics series, and 3 unique costumes for Superman, Batman, and Marvel Female based upon their looks in The New 52. The North American and European variations of the bundle provide various figurines. The North American release offers a 13-inch (33 cm) statue featuring Wonder Woman battling Batman, while the European release provides a smaller sized 9-inch (23 cm) statue of the two locked in battle. The Fight Edition, special to GameStop and EB Games, includes a lightweight battle stick controller and the 3 DLC skins. In the United Kingdom and Australia, the Scandal sheet is offered, solely through Game and EB Games respectively, including the steelbook and the Red Kid Load.
A Season Pass available to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 users grants access to the Flashpoint Skin Load, including alternate skins for Aquaman, Deathstroke, and Marvel Woman, in addition to four downloadable characters at an overall affordable cost.
INJUSTICE: GODS AMONGST US software application © 2012 Warner Bros. Home entertainment Inc. Developed by NetherRealm Studios. All other hallmarks and copyrights are the building of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
Description: DC LOGO, and all characters, their unique similarities, and related elements are trademarks of DC Comics © 2012.
DC LOGO DESIGN, and all characters, their unique likenesses, and associated elements are hallmarks of DC Comics © 2012.
NETHERREALM STUDIOS LOGO DESIGN, WB GAMES LOGO, WB SHIELD: ™ & & © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc
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Bros. www.wb.com Batman vs Superman Image by Eser Aygün
Some cool batman vs superman images:
San Diego Comic-Con 2012 – Superman v. Batman
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A statue of Superman vs. Batman from The Dark Knight Returns
Al fin mi cuarto es ‘mi’ cuarto:-RRB- Image by Rufus
Gefangenen( COMPLETO! Nueva version con más peliculas aqui.)(Version 2.0 here!)Ea, hoy me ha dado la vena y he
hecho una cosa que tendría que haber hecho a principio de curso, y no ahora(sobre todo, porque ahora son examenes. O más bien, gracias a ellos
he hecho esto
… )Ahora al fin mi cuarto es mi cuarto(o más bien, zulo, debería llamarlo así para ser preciso ). Por si alguien tiene curiosidad, que haga cuentas: si bien el papel no es’satinado'(no tiene la máxima calidad, y además todas las fotos son de web, muchas de ellas-muy-pixeladas)
, apenas he gastado dos cartuchos de tinta marca Piti Clander, más el papel (de 100 gramos)… ¿ que han sido, 20 euros forrar toda la pared? Eso es lo que cuestan 4 posters normales y no la cubren entera … y sobre todo, que es mi pared, altamente’ customizada’, jejeje. Y añadamos que de hecho casi todo es reciclado de como lo tenía hace dos años( en otro de los pisos por los que me he paseado), ahora solo he imprimido algunas películas nuevas. Obvio decir que es un lista personalisima: seguramente clamará al cielo que falte alguna, asi como que haya metido alguna otra … en fin, que puedo comentar, kid mias:-RRB-. Yo lanzo el guante: a ver quien las adivina. En parte por pereza, en parte por falta de tiempo, en parte porque creo que puede ser interesante, os invito a adivinarlas: no es muy dificil(al fin y al cabo boy fotogramas míticos), y luego lo apuntais en comentarios el número de adivinados (yo cuento en overall 90 carteles, algunos de peliculas repetidas, lo mismo me equivoco en el número) … El que gane … mmm … no soy ocurrente para lo de los premios, si me presionais ya me inventaré algo:p … en verdad es para que pongais las notitas y me ahorreis el trabajo de hacerlo yo … si es que lo hago(si es que lo haceis:D )xD. Ver en grande Batman vs Superman Image by a_marga Príncipe Pío es ahora Gotham City!
Take a look at these x males images:
X-Men: Magneto, Psylocke cosplay by Panda Valentine & Rogue
Image by Da Da Z
Magneto (born Max Eisenhardt, likewise referred to as Magnus and Erik Lehnsherr or Lensherr) is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is the main villain of the X-Men comic, along with the TV program and the movies. The character initially appears in X-Men # 1 (Sept. 1963), and was produced by author Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby. An effective mutant with the ability to generate and manage electromagnetic fields, Magneto has been the X-Men’s most popular opponent since his very first appearance. In his early looks, his intentions were set on megalomania, however authors have actually since fleshed out his character and origin, revealing him to be a Jewish Holocaust survivor whose actions are driven by the purpose of securing the mutant race from suffering a similar fate. His role in comics have actually differed from supervillain to antihero to even hero. His character’s early history has been compared with the civil rights leader Malcolm X.
Psylocke (cosplayed by Panda Valentine).
Psylocke (Elizabeth “”Betsy”Braddock) is a fictional character illustrated in comics published by Marvel Comics, most especially those comics including the superhero group the X-Men. The character has also appeared in licensed adjustments. Created by author Chris Claremont and artist Herb Trimpe, she initially appeared in the UK comic book Captain Britain # 8 (Dec. 1976), by the Marvel imprint Marvel UK. She was initially a supporting character in the adventures of her fraternal twin bro, Captain Britain, briefly substituting for him in the function.
Later, she ended up being the mutant superheroine Psylocke. Initially presented as a precognitive in the pages of Captain Britain then as a telepath, the character was ultimately written as unexplainedly acquiring the telekinesis of Jean Grey. Psylocke later has both telepathy and telekinesis.
Rogue is a fictional character in the majority of the Marvel Comics acclaimed X-Men related titles. She was created by author Chris Claremont and artist Michael Golden, and debuted in Avengers Yearly # 10 (August 1981) as a villain. An earlier story, meant for Ms. Marvel # 25 (June 1979) went unpublished up until 1992. Rogue was born as a mutant. More so than a lot of, Rogue considers her powers a curse: she involuntarily absorbs and often likewise eliminates the memories, physical strength, and (when it comes to superpowered individuals) the capabilities of anyone she touches. For the majority of her life, this possibly fatal power avoided her from making any physical contact with others, including her long time on-off love interest, Gambit, but after years Rogue finally gotten complete control over her power.
Coming from Caldecott, Mississippi (a fictional county), Rogue is the X-Men’s self-described southern belle. A runaway, she was adopted by Mystique of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and matured as a villain. After Rogue permanently absorbed Ms. Marvel’s mind and Kree powers, she reformed and counted on the X-Men, fearing for her sanity. Author Chris Claremont played a substantial role in the character’s subsequent development. Rogue is unusual amongst the X-Men as her real name and her early history were not exposed until more than twenty years after her intro. Up until the back story supplied by Robert Rodi in the ongoing Rogue series began in September 2004, Rogue’s background was only meant. Her name was exposed as Anna Marie, although her surname is still unidentified. She has actually in some cases been called Raven which is actually the given name of her foster mother Mystique.
X-Men: Magneto, Psylocke cosplay by Panda Valentine & Rogue
Image by Da Da Z
Psylocke (cosplayed by Panda Valentine).
Psylocke (Elizabeth “” Betsy”” Braddock) is a fictional character depicted in comics released by Marvel Comics, most significantly those comics including the superhero group the X-Men. The character has actually also appeared in licensed adjustments. Developed by writer Chris Claremont and artist Herb Trimpe, she first appeared in the UK comics Captain Britain # 8 (Dec. 1976), by the Marvel imprint Marvel UK. She was initially a supporting character in the adventures of her fraternal twin sibling, Captain Britain, briefly replacementing for him in the function.
Later, she became the mutant superheroine Psylocke. Originally presented as a precognitive in the pages of Captain Britain and then as a telepath, the character was ultimately written as unexplainedly obtaining the telekinesis of Jean Grey. Psylocke later possesses both telepathy and telekinesis.
Rogue is an imaginary character in many of the Marvel Comics acclaimed X-Men associated titles. She was produced by author Chris Claremont and artist Michael Golden, and debuted in Avengers Yearly # 10 (August 1981) as a bad guy. An earlier story, intended for Ms. Marvel # 25 (June 1979) went unpublished up until 1992. Rogue was born as a mutant. than the majority of, Rogue considers her powers a curse: she involuntarily soaks up and sometimes likewise gets rid of the memories, physical strength, and (in the case of superpowered persons) the capabilities of any individual she touches. For the majority of her life, this potentially fatal power prevented her from making any physical contact with others, including her longtime on-off love interest, Gambit, however after years Rogue finally acquired complete control over her power.
Coming from Caldecott, Mississippi (a fictional county), Rogue is the X-Men’s self-described southern belle. A runaway, she was adopted by Mystique of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and grew up as a villain. After Rogue completely took in Ms. Marvel’s psyche and Kree powers, she reformed and relied on the X-Men, fearing for her sanity. Author Chris Claremont played a significant role in the character’s subsequent advancement. Rogue is unusual amongst the X-Men as her genuine name and her early history were not exposed up until more than twenty years after her introduction. Till the back story supplied by Robert Rodi in the continuous Rogue series started in September 2004, Rogue’s background was just meant. Her name was exposed as Anna Marie, although her surname is still unidentified. She has actually in some cases been called Raven which is really the given name of her foster mother Mystique.
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Mystique promoting X-Men, Rimini, Italy
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Cosplay Woman Lynn as Psylocke (X-men) – Long Beach Comic Con 2012
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Woman Lynn as Psylocke (X-men) – Cosplay at the Long Beach Comic Con 2012
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Lens – EF 24 – 70mm Mk.II
Some cool deadpool film images:
Deadpool at the swimming pool (Merpool)
Image by greyloch
This individual split everyone up at the GA Aquarium. Not only was he using all the gear you see in this pic, he likewise had swimming flippers on his feet. Although, I got ta admit that this was really creative and the swimsuit top was mildly disturbing. He won the “”Best Male” “category at the outfit contest at the GA Fish tank. A well-deserved win, IMHO.
UPDATE: This picture was included in an Uproxx three-part cosplay short article commemorating Deadpool finally getting his own film. Uproxx’s cosplay writer, Robo Panda, picked at overall of 10 of my– more than slightly-demented– pictures (out of thirty) to display in these articles. Boo-yah !!!
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