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Sprite Stuff: Face-Off ('Captains Geography') by SXGodzilla
Sprite Stuff: Face-Off ('Captains Geography')
Basically a big sprite scene pic depicting all the 'Patriotic Superheroes' sprites I've done, and their respective foes. Seems the Red Skull's up to his usual 'Cosmic Cube'-related villainy, and he's not alone.

But then, neither is Captain America.


The Assembled Heroes:
    -Captain America
    -Captain Britain
    -Captain China
    -Captain Canuck
    -Guardian of the Republic
    -Hauptmann Deutschland
    -Red Guardian


The Gathered Villains:
    -Red Skull
    -The Fury
    -Bloody Cross
    -Blue Fox
    -Baroud
    -Zeitgeist
    -The Presence


The Captain America is, of course, from Capcom's 'Marvel'-related fighting games.
Captain Britain sprite is a mugen WIP by mcircosta
The Red Skull was made by Ax & ajrenalin
Background comes from a Guilty Gear game I think.



Captain America, Red Skull, Hauptmann Deutschland, Red Guardian, Captain Britain, the Fury, Zeitgeist, and the Presence are all owned by Marvel Comics/Disney
Captain Canuck and Blue Fox are owned by Comely Comics/Chapterhouse Comics
Guardian of the Republic & Baroud owned by Hexagon Comics
Captain China and Bloody Cross owned by Excel Comics and created by :iconcwmodels:


Hope it looks good.
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Sprite Stuff: The Presence by SXGodzilla
Sprite Stuff: The Presence
Another dip into the Marvel Universe.

One of the bigger threats fought by the 'Winter Guard' (aka: Russia's answer to the Avengers), though he has fought other groups, a spectre from the Soviet-Era that refuses to die. Originally Sergei Krylov, a brilliant (though mad) Soviet scientist who rose to become quite influential in his home country. His own children, latent mutants, were taken from him to be trained as soldiers and operatives when their powers manifested... and later molded into the superpowered heroes Vanguard and Darkstar.

Despite his brilliance, despite his success, Sergei lusted for true physical power. Power to match his vast intellect. He achieved this through a calculated risk involving exposure to intense nuclear energy and cobalt radiation that he not only survived... but transformed him into the being now known as 'the Presence'. Sadly, the experiment also drove him even more insane, giving him delusions of grandeur and godhood to go with his immense powers.

He then turned this vast power and mad intellect to world domination, and even more attempts to achieve even more power. While he's usually a villain, there have been times when he's fought on the side of good for his own selfish reasons, like helping out during the 'Kang War', and in his interactions with his estranged children.

He most recently returned to aid in an attempted 'Dire Wraith' invasion of Russia (then the world), recent losses suffered by him driving the Presence over the edge. The woman he loved had left him, (and fell in love with his son) and his daughter died... only to be replaced by another Russian agent donning her code-name and costume. The Winter Guard, made up of past and present operatives, managed to halt the invasion... though at great personal costs. The Presence was last seen being caught up in the massive nuclear suicide detonation of obscure 90's Russian hero 'Power Surge'.

His son (Vanguard) later becomes the current 'Red Guardian' following this event.

THOUGH he's been shown to absorb nuclear energy in the past, so it's probably only a matter of time before he rears his large-domed head again. He's REALLY hard to kill.


Made this using Ironman's upper torso, the mask of Doctor Doom, the lower torso and legs of Gambit, and the 'skirt' from one of the lizard men from Dungeon Fighter Online. Then of course, edited it all to the proper dimensions and height.

Hope it looks good.

The Presence belongs to Marvel Comics/Disney
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Sprite Stuff: Baroud by SXGodzilla
Sprite Stuff: Baroud
One of the bigger villains in the world of Hexagon Comics, hailing from France. He's the head of the vast and dangerous 'CRIMEN' syndicate that had it's roots deep into history, connections to infamous (literary) groups like the 'Black Coats', 'Companions of Silence', and the 'Brotherhood of Mercy'.

Baroud was originally the codename/nickname of his father, Rick Ross III... a Golden Age/WW2-era Resistance hero who fought alongside that era's 'Guardian of the Republic' against the Nazis and Vichy French. But what nobody who fought beside him knew was that the original Baroud was in fact being groomed to assume the leadership of CRIMEN before War broke out. So after the fall of the Axis Powers, he rebuilt the war-torn organization into the powerful entity it is today.

The current Baroud, Rick Ross IV, was originally a member of the rival peace-keeping organization "C.L.A.S.H.", placed there as a mole by his father to feed them intel and funnel technology. But during a catastrophic (and chaotic) encounter that involved C.L.A.S.H., CRIMEN, the alien heroes Starlock and Homicron, and CRIMEN's arch-nemesis, the wraith-like 'John Mist'... his father was seemingly killed by said vengeful spectre in the heat of battle. With his father dead, and his true allegiances revealed, Ross IV took over as the head of CRIMEN. A position he's held ever since.

So he's basically what you'd get if Nick Fury turned out to be THE HEAD of Hydra all along. He's racked up quite the list of enemies ever since, including the current 'Garde Republicain', (aka: Guardian of the Republic) as well as the 'World Safety Unit', Kit Kappa, Phenix, Zembla, etc.



Made this sprite using Guile's head with Sagat's jawline... the pants of Joseph Joestar, Rolento's Boots, Batman's utility belt and a mix of Gambit's coat with the jacket of Det. Garret Laurel made by SeanAltly.

Hope it looks good.


Baroud belongs to Hexagon Comics
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Sprite Stuff: Crisis of Infinite Anime by SXGodzilla
Sprite Stuff: Crisis of Infinite Anime
A really CRAZY pic idea I had while trying to work on various stories (Angel Falls, Crisis Cataclysm, etc.) when I realized how many anime-related sprites there were in my folders (mainly as a result of collecting some for the Crisis Cataclysm idea). THEN an idea came to me... well... BACK to me.

An anime take on the 'Crisis on Infinite Earths'.

Typical situation, some cosmic being is threatening countless worlds of anime, and all these characters who usually don't interact (outside of official company crossover games/specials/etc.) are suddenly thrown together to try and turn the tide. THOUGH the big shadowy villain type doesn't seem to be too worried, despite staring down some of the most powerful characters in the genre.

Arranging all of these sprites was a chore.

EDIT: added more sprites.


Left Side: (left-to-right)
Moka Akashiya, Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Volter ("Tatsunoko Fight" game character), Kiyo and Zatch, Casshern/Casshan, Astro Boy, Naruto, Sakura, Arale, Arcueid, Celty Sturluson, Yoko Littner, Tekkaman, Vegeta, Natsu, Hurricane Polymar, and Eiko Magami (A-Ko).


Right Side: (left to right)
Goku, Renamon, Erza Scarlet, Joe the Condor, Ken the Eagle, Jun the Swan, Terry Bogard, Yusuke Urameshi, Pegasus Seiya, Dokuro-Chan, Monkey D. Luffy, Cygnus Hyoga, Ichigo Kurosaki, Kagome, Inuyasha, Sango, and Sakura Shinguji


Made the big blue guy using Saiki from King of Fighter XIII, just recolored and mixed in a starry background into his hands and feet. Don't know what his name is, but perhaps some of the "time and space" shenanigans from games like 'Tatsunoko Fight', 'DragonBall Xenoverse', 'Tatsunoko vs. Capcom', etc. has awakened him.

Also the Joe the Condor (Gatchaman) sprite is simply a re-color of Ken the Eagle that I did.


Hope it looks good.


Used a whole buncha sprites for this. Most are from actual games (Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden, Tatsuonoko Fight, Capcom vs. SNK, Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, Inuyasha: a Feudal Fairy Tale, Fairy Tail Gekitou! Madoushi Kessen, Melty Blood, etc.) but a few are custom sprites made by others:

The Yoko Littner sprite was made by Kabao & Warusaki3, used the 'Ms. Fanservice' edit by DrKelexo.

The Renamon sprite was made by Tsnunamidusher

The Yusuke Urameshi sprite was made by :iconthanewdude07:

The Saint Seiya sprites were made (as far as I know) by :iconzahoriglez:

Characters belong to their respective companies.




NOW I'm going to return to working on Angel Falls stuff. :D
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The recent Death Battle 'rematch' of Superman and Goku has inspired this look at various points in Superman's history where he wasn't the god-like superhero he typically is.


4- Golden Age Superman
This is the original 1930's Superman, before the radio show added a whole slew of powers to him. This was the 'Faster than a Speeding Bullet, Leap Tall Buildings in a Single Bound' era of Supes, who couldn't fly initially and was really only SUPER STRONG for that era of stories. Able to lift 1930's-era Cars above his head, so he's no slouch... but not the crazy powerful GOD he becomes in later life. So the Saiyan would be able to easily surpass him.


3- Christopher Reeves Superman
The iconic movie Superman. While formidable, he really never got much into too heated a battle, even when he fought Zod and his flunkies or the dreaded 'Nuclear Man' in IV. At least not to the level that would be needed to fight Goku. The only possible 'x-factors' to this match-up would be A) his ability to travel back in time... if things go bad he could just go back to an earlier point in the Saiyan's life and beat him then. OR B) the brief tenure in Superman III where he was 'corrupted' by the synthetic red krpytonite. Though that aspect of him was more or less just an apathetic slacker-jerk than anything remotely deadly. or C) whatever ability that he used on Lois during that kiss in Superman II that wiped her memory, though I seriously DOUBT he'd do it in such a way in battle. Though it'd certainly take Goku by surprise. XD

But Goku would have a definite chance against him.


2- Pre-'Justice League Unlimited' DC Animated Universe Superman
Up until Justice League Unlimited, the DCAU Superman was a bit powered-down at times. Things (missiles, rockets, crashing jets, punches from reasonably strong villains/robots, etc.) that most other Supermen would've tanked or shrugged off almost always managed to knock him flat on his ass. Granted some of this was to make him more relatable, and to balance it out for the other JLA members, but it eventually got quite 'irksome' for Superman fans to see him kinda being a bit wimpy in some situations. So he'd probably have a hell of a time with Goku's occasional beam-spamming and steadily increasing strength levels.


1- Immediate Post-'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Superman
One of the objectives for the 80's 'Crisis Event' was to really define and limit Superman's powers, and get down to what really made a Kryptonian unique on Earth. This was because during the 'Silver Age' of DC Comics, Superman could literally DO ANYTHING (even more than what was shown in the recent Death Battle vid) and had a whole slew of WEIRD powers outside his usual array. And if he (somehow) couldn't do it, he had some special Kryptonian uber-deus ex machina technology that COULD.

So John Byrne set out to really ground Superman more after 'Crisis on Infinite Earths'. He couldn't breath out in space, he couldn't juggle planets, his sneezes couldn't destroy galaxies, etc. etc. And while Kryptonian technology was quite advanced, it wasn't the super-specific 'deus ex machina' they used to be. He was still one hell of a strong & tough guy, but not to the godly-levels that he was at previously. And solar energy really began to play a part in his powers, thus he wasn't superpowered till about his late-teens as his body had absorbed enough energy by then. This also meant there were occasional moments in this period where his abilities would 'flux' due to solar issues (military testing a nuke on him, the temporary loss of our sun, getting TOO MUCH energy, etc.). But after the mid-90's, (and his return from death) DC slowly started to bring back alot of his previous levels of strength... especially after that 'Electric Blue Energy Superman' that they tried to pull in 1999/2000. So this version of Superman would probably find Goku to be quite difficult.
  • Mood: Lazy
  • Listening to: Nothing
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: NCIS
  • Playing: Legend of Dragoon
  • Eating: Hardee's
  • Drinking: Soda


The recent Death Battle 'rematch' of Superman and Goku has inspired this look at various points in Superman's history where he wasn't the god-like superhero he typically is.


4- Golden Age Superman
This is the original 1930's Superman, before the radio show added a whole slew of powers to him. This was the 'Faster than a Speeding Bullet, Leap Tall Buildings in a Single Bound' era of Supes, who couldn't fly initially and was really only SUPER STRONG for that era of stories. Able to lift 1930's-era Cars above his head, so he's no slouch... but not the crazy powerful GOD he becomes in later life. So the Saiyan would be able to easily surpass him.


3- Christopher Reeves Superman
The iconic movie Superman. While formidable, he really never got much into too heated a battle, even when he fought Zod and his flunkies or the dreaded 'Nuclear Man' in IV. At least not to the level that would be needed to fight Goku. The only possible 'x-factors' to this match-up would be A) his ability to travel back in time... if things go bad he could just go back to an earlier point in the Saiyan's life and beat him then. OR B) the brief tenure in Superman III where he was 'corrupted' by the synthetic red krpytonite. Though that aspect of him was more or less just an apathetic slacker-jerk than anything remotely deadly. or C) whatever ability that he used on Lois during that kiss in Superman II that wiped her memory, though I seriously DOUBT he'd do it in such a way in battle. Though it'd certainly take Goku by surprise. XD

But Goku would have a definite chance against him.


2- Pre-'Justice League Unlimited' DC Animated Universe Superman
Up until Justice League Unlimited, the DCAU Superman was a bit powered-down at times. Things (missiles, rockets, crashing jets, punches from reasonably strong villains/robots, etc.) that most other Supermen would've tanked or shrugged off almost always managed to knock him flat on his ass. Granted some of this was to make him more relatable, and to balance it out for the other JLA members, but it eventually got quite 'irksome' for Superman fans to see him kinda being a bit wimpy in some situations. So he'd probably have a hell of a time with Goku's occasional beam-spamming and steadily increasing strength levels.


1- Immediate Post-'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Superman
One of the objectives for the 80's 'Crisis Event' was to really define and limit Superman's powers, and get down to what really made a Kryptonian unique on Earth. This was because during the 'Silver Age' of DC Comics, Superman could literally DO ANYTHING (even more than what was shown in the recent Death Battle vid) and had a whole slew of WEIRD powers outside his usual array. And if he (somehow) couldn't do it, he had some special Kryptonian uber-deus ex machina technology that COULD.

So John Byrne set out to really ground Superman more after 'Crisis on Infinite Earths'. He couldn't breath out in space, he couldn't juggle planets, his sneezes couldn't destroy galaxies, etc. etc. And while Kryptonian technology was quite advanced, it wasn't the super-specific 'deus ex machina' they used to be. He was still one hell of a strong & tough guy, but not to the godly-levels that he was at previously. And solar energy really began to play a part in his powers, thus he wasn't superpowered till about his late-teens as his body had absorbed enough energy by then. This also meant there were occasional moments in this period where his abilities would 'flux' due to solar issues (military testing a nuke on him, the temporary loss of our sun, getting TOO MUCH energy, etc.). But after the mid-90's, (and his return from death) DC slowly started to bring back alot of his previous levels of strength... especially after that 'Electric Blue Energy Superman' that they tried to pull in 1999/2000. So this version of Superman would probably find Goku to be quite difficult.
  • Mood: Lazy
  • Listening to: Nothing
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: NCIS
  • Playing: Legend of Dragoon
  • Eating: Hardee's
  • Drinking: Soda

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