19 February 2009

Speak, Skull-Face!

Here is an important panel from the classic minicomic "The Search for Keldor" illustrated to perfection by Bruce Timm, showcasing the first appearances of both Ninjor and Scare Glow! We are agreed that Timm's line art is astounding, but this image along with the rest of this particular minicomic is colored with such beauty. One only need look at the two characters to see that they have been given separate lighting to bring fourth their mysterious characteristics...


(click on the image to see it at full-size)

3 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

Yes indeed! Outstanding shadow effects used on both characters plus the oranges used for the smoke clouds were well done. :)
Thanks for reading! God Bless!

~"KevyGuy" :)
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HB Potlood said...

Hahaha, why would Scare Glow use an insult on Skeletor that serves himself as well? Maybe it's a sign of respect? Or else there are no mirrors where Scare Glow comes from. He just knows that everybody is scared of the way he looks that he's never felt the need to look at himself.

Aldebaran said...

Isn´t it kinda odd that Scare-Glow taunts Skeletor with the word skull-face? In my child-canon Scare-Glow was really Skeletor´s evil ghost or rather his look once he obtained the power of Grayskull (somewhat like the "God-Skeletor" in the movie).

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