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  1. Next up is Super Powers Gangbuster! Doesn't get more obscure than the time Superman was suffering through PTSD after sending Zod and the other Kryptonian villains to their death in the Phantom Zone, that he took on a new identity as the vigilante Gangbuster. Roughing up hooligans Daredevil style and breaking bones. Only when discovered by Metropolis' other hero Guardian, (and yes hes coming at some point.) did he exile himself into space to get his together.
  2. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers collection is Nightwing.(in the outfit the way that I hoped we would get.) Love that disco flare. Made from a McFarlane Flash base and Nightwing head, Marvel Universe Morbius collar, and a lot of hours on the paint. I hope you enjoy this, and as always, More to come.
  3. Heres Super Lex! This was made up by me with spare parts, I had in the box. My thought process is this is what Luthor fantasizes about when he let's himself dream. A world where he's the hero and has the power and Superman is the evil despot trying to take over the planet.
  4. When it was announced that we would be getting a Tim Drake Robin in the McFarlane Super Powers line, I hoped it would be this version of the suit. But since it wasn't, I decided to make my own. Using the McFarlane Super Powets Robin as a base, Hush Batman belt, and head from my fodder bin. I cobbled together this. The cape is from the Batman Returns figure, and is just a place holder until I order a proper Batman styled double sided cape from the one and only, Capemaster. Hope you enjoy this take, and hit the like button if you do. As always, more to come.
  5. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers collection is Mr.Freeze, yes I know this figure was already done in the original line, and a better version was put out a few years later from Tot Biz, but I never liked that design and preferred the look from the Animated series. So. I took inspiration from that and made my own version of the cold villain. Hope you enjoy this, and if you do press the "like" button and leave a comment. As always, more to come.
  6. Next up, for your viewing pleasure (hopefully) is "Killer Moth". Made from a McFarlane Super Powers Flash, some apoxie sculpt for the helmet, gloves from Deathstroke, and lastly, wings come from the Spinmasters figure.
  7. Using the new Detective Batman from McFarlane's wave four Super Powers line, I decided to redo his first Batman "Hush" figure using in my opinion a much superior mold. Just repainted rem9ved the belt, and had a friend make the logo on their crikut. I hope you enjoy this, and as always, More to come.
  8. Here's my custom Kenner Super Powers Two-Face. It was made from a 3D print that I purchased recently. Just painted and pegged together.
  9. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers JSA, is the original Golden age Flash, Jay Garrick. For the recipe it's a "Flash fact" that I used the McFarlane Super Powers Flash as the base, with boot cuffs and head from a Fresh Monkey Fiction figure. I hope you enjoy this figure and hit the like button and leave a comment. Thanks.
  10. Time to add some JSA members to the McFarlane Super Powers line, starting with Starman. This figure uses a Flash base, with head from Fresh Monkey Fictions Amazing Heroes line, and finally the cape is a repro from the amazing custom Capemaster.
  11. Here's my take on a McFarlane Super Powers Bizarro. I based him on artist Ed McGuiness' redesign of the character from his early 2000's run on the comic. The base is a McFarlane Superman that I used apoxie sculpt for the hair. The cape is from the one and only Capemaster. Hope you enjoy this take, and please hit like button or leave feedback, if you do. Thanks.
  12. Here's my take on a McFarlane Super Powers Animal Man. This was made using a McFarlane SP Flash base that I sculpted sleeves on, added a jacket from a Marvel Universe Rage, and finally the head belongs to a Power Stars Flash Gordon with sculpted goggles. Hope you enjoy this, and leave feedback. Thanks.
  13. Here's my custom take on a McFarlane Super Powers Blue Beetle, made from a Flash from that line. I hope you enjoy it. And now that I have the "Blue", could the "Gold" be far behind? You decide. more to come.
  14. Here's my take on a McFarlane Super Powers Mirror Master. ( As Flash doesn't have a villain to fight yet, because who knows when Reverse Flash is being released. ) anyway pretty simple custom, I modified the JLU Mirror Master figure head by shortening it a bit, added the belt from the same figure, and lastly painted a McFarlane John Stewart in orange and green.
  15. Here's my McFarlane Super Powers Black Vulcan. Made from a John Stewart GL and ear bolts from the JLU figure.
  16. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers villains is the Manhunter Robot. The Manhunters are the first attempt of the Guardians of the Universe to create an interstellar police force that could combat evil all over the cosmos, they serve the Guardians well. However, the Manhunters become obsessed with the act of "hunting" criminals. Their code, "No man escapes the Manhunters" becomes more important to them than seeing justice done.
  17. Continuing with my villains for the McFarlane Super Powers line, It's time for Doomsday! I used a DC Superheroes upper half and filled in the elbow joints with apoxie sculpt, and a fresh repaint. Then for the lower half, I really went to work with the apoxie on the new 52 Darkseid Super Powers figure. Lot of fun. Hope you enjoy this, and leave feedback. Much appreciated and as always, more to come.
  18. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers line (and my online job application for McFarlane toys, ) is Hawkman. I repainted the original toys head and used the McFarlane Superman body with apoxie sculpt added to the boot tips, then upgraded the wings by using a Marvel Universe 3.75" Angel. Hope you continue to enjoy these, and please hit "like" button and leave feedback. More to come. ( I think, I need some villains now.)
  19. Continuing my McFarlane Super Powers collection (Because, I'm impatient and can't wait for Todd.) is Green Lantern Hal Jordan. Just a quick repaint of the John Stewart GL, with a repainted Superman head that was modified with apoxie sculpt. Hope you enjoy this, and leave feedback. More to come.
  20. Ok, this took a little time, mostly because of the belt. It was removed from a bendy figure then, I repainted the gray to a lighter tone and the blue to the Super Powers colors. Hope you enjoy this and leave feedback. Who's next? You decide. (actually I, will. But more to come.)
  21. Here's just a quick repaint of the recent McFarlane toys Super Powers Darkseid. Wanted it to be a darker alternative, and closer to his original colors than to the brighter Jim Lee designed version of the character. I used Testors color shift paint, so it appears either dark blue or purple depending on how the light hits it. Also finished up with Vallejo blue violet for the belt trim. Hope you enjoy this, and leave feedback. More to come.
  22. This was a fairly quick adjustment to the recent McFarlane Super Powers Superman. I repainted a shade darker blue, and replaced the head with a shrunk down DC Direct Tim Bruckner sculpted head, then finally added a cloth cape. Hope you enjoy and please leave feedback.
  23. Here's my MOTU Origins Superman. It was made using a Skeletor Origins base, with feet from Beastman. And head, belt, and cape from DC Reactivated reissue of Superman. I, then sculpted the boots and chest logo. Hope you enjoy it, and feel free to leave feedback. Thanks.
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