Who is... The Melter? That's exactly what the Art Group asked as they tackled this week's topic.
Join us as Super learns a valuable lesson about choosing obscure Iron Man villains.
Welcome to the Art Group's fifth official front page gallery on the Outhouse! If you want to know the deal, we're a group of artists that chooses a certain comic book related topic every week and then do our best to bring that subject to life in our own unique ways.
We're always looking for new contributors to join our community so if you want to join or just want to talk to us, our thread is located right here.
This week, we worked on Marvel Comics' Melter and things got... quiet. Too quiet. Still, that didn't prevent some dedicated participation. Much of the artwork below should be clickable so enlarge it to full size. Enjoy!
Our first entry was from Shutupyourface who brought the retro villain to life in cartoon glory.
Next up was SuperginraiX who was bound and determined not to miss his own week (look at me building up... me).
And J.Hunter finished the week off with this very cool suburban scene.
And that was Marvel's Melter by the Art Group! A quiet week but that happens! Tune in next monday when we'll be bringing you the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen!
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About the Author - SuperginraiX
SuperginraiX is the biggest sap on The Outhousers' payroll (wait, we get paid?). He reads every issue of every crappy Marvel crossover so you don't have to. Whats worse is that he pays for his books, thus condoning Marvel's behavior. If The Outhouse cared for his well being at all, they'd try and get him into some sort of rehab center. But, alas, none of us even know how to say his name. For a good time, ask Super why Captian America jumped off the Helicarrier in Fear Itself. Super lives in the frozen wastland that is Minnesota with 15% of the state's population living under his roof: a wife he makes wear an Optimus Prime mask, two gremlins, and his mother-in-law.
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