Well, not all heroes, I guess. Karai is a villain and Sleepwalker and Swamp Thing are more antiheroic in nature. Whatever, enjoy the art!
Sleepwalker was an early-'90s Marvel creation that never really caught on, but was interesting (and maybe good) enough that the series and character have a small cult following in the here & now.
Speaking of Marvel cult classics from the early-'90s, Squirrel Girl was a bizarre one-off character from the era that's grown into a hugely beloved icon. She's known for being the anthropomorphic personification of fun in the Marvel universe and having a knack for taking down villains seemingly far beyond her (or ANY individual, and most teams') weight class.
This Swamp Thing might still be my favorite card I did in the entire bunch. I feel like it was pretty strong through every stage of the process. I never really struggled with it at any point, which is still a fairly rare feat, even with simple headshots.
Karai could have fit in the cartoons & anime post as well, being a fairly prominent, though usually easily dispatched, recurring antagonist in the awesome (it could've been all-time great if not for the BS executive meddling) 2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon. There are a couple in the third post that could've gone into this comic post as well, but also fit in with that bunch just as well, which makes every post even in number of cards.
Finally we have Kitty Pryde. It's fine, I love how most of the colors turned out. But no, I don't know why I tried to go sexy with it either. I suppose it stands a better chance at eBay success that way though. Whatever, I'm done for today. We'll see if my computer's slowdown issues are sorted out (they seem to be!) in time for me to keep me personal record posting streak alive tomorrow and at least into the weekend with Sketch Card Saturdays, which will happen regardless, because they don't require that much effort to put together and post.
That's all for now. Dell computers suck! Thanks for stopping by.