Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Triplicate Girl

Triplicate Girl (real name Luornu Durgo) is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes. She has also used the aliases Duo Damsel, Triad, Una, Duplicate Damsel, and Duplicate Girl and was ranked 33rd in Comics Buyer's Guide's 100 Sexiest Women in Comics list. Luornu Durgo, codenamed Triplicate Girl, first appeared in Action Comics #276, written by Jerry Siegel. A native of the planet Cargg, she could split into three identical bodies, as could all Carggites, due to the planet Cargg having three suns. Her costume consisted of a purple dress, orange cape and belt, and black boots. She was the fourth hero to join the Legion of Super-Heroes, and its first non-founder member. 
In later years of the first Legion continuity she served as an instructor at the Legion Academy along with her husband. She suffered the death of one of her two remaining bodies battling the Time Trapper after she took part in a conspiracy to avenge the death of Superboy, which had been caused by the Trapper.
Inspired by one of my new favorite artists, Otto Schmidt. (  I'm amazed no one hired Otto to design an animated feature or even a TV show yet. His art is phenomenal. 
The BG piece named Oil Rig Observation Outpost [UDk] was done by Disting. 
The more I design Legion characters, the more I would like to produce an animated TV series.
More Legionnaires to come...

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Timber Wolf

Timber Wolf (Brin Londo) is a superhero in the 30th and 31st centuries of the DC Comics Universe and member of the Legion of Super-Heroes. He comes from the planet Zuun. He first appeared in Adventure Comics #327 (1964) as Lone Wolf.
Brin gained his super powers from experiments conducted on the fictional element Zuunium by his father, Dr. Mar Londo. Originally, Timber Wolf was superhumanly fast and agile, but when the serum changed him into a wolf-like lycanthrope he gained claws, enhanced senses, the ability to heal quickly from injuries, and superhuman strength. As a byproduct of his wolfen form, he is often prone to outbursts of savage fury.
The background it's from a wall paper website. The artist, who remains unknown to me, did a great job coming up with a futuristic forest version. Perfect for Timber Wolf.
I apologize to The Legion of Super Heroes fans for not being able to produce Legion characters more often. I've been so busy with other important matters in life.
I'm glad I was able to finish this one right on time for Comic Con.
Peace out.