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  1. Soooooo...who remembers the movie Mystery Men?
  2. Just for a little bit of a change of pace...
  3. Three new covers! Golden Age DC... Bronze Age Marvel... And, as a special treat to thank you guys for all the encouragement, and because of how well my last crossover cover went...
  4. Another Marvel cover!
  5. The Johnny Cage Action Collection The Man. The Legend. The Mayhem! He's mastered the martial arts. He's shattered box office records around the globe. He's defended our world in the Mortal Kombat tournaments. And now, you can own the ultimate collection of thirteen of his greatest films, from cult favorites to box office juggernauts, all in one DVD/blu-ray box set! These films have been digitally restored so you can relive every action-packed moment in their full glory! NINJA MIME In his action packed debut, Cage is silent but deadly! Danny Omerta (Cage), a street mime, is recruited by the mysterious Silent Brotherhood, an ancient and feared ninja clan. But when Omerta learns the Brotherhood was responsible for his father's death, he's out for payback! EXITING THE DRAGON OF DEATH When his fellow student is killed in the Dragon of Death, the ultimate underground martial arts tournament, Sean Bronson (Cage) is determined to restore his master's honor. In order to exit the Dragon of Death alive, Bronson must train like he's never trained before and face one merciless opponent after another in ferocious fights to the finish! DRAGON FIST Billy Draco (Cage) is a one-man-army for hire, and the CIA has recruited him to take down the criminal empire of drug lord Kham Keung. But Kham has some surprises waiting for Draco, such as the lovely Delilah, who may be friend or foe, and the ruthless Major Jake Talon, an old enemy of Draco's. It's a never-ending martial arts action-fest in one of Cage's biggest roles of his career! DRAGON FIST II Billy Draco is back, Delilah's at his side, and the stakes are higher than ever! The evil General Chupong (Channie Jack) is embarking on a campaign of conquest, and he's taken hostages to ensure the world powers bend to his will! Draco and Delilah join the fight, but there's an entire army between them and the hostages. As if this wasn't enough, Chupong has a new ally - Draco's old enemy, Jake Talon, with some deadly new upgrades, and his hatred for Draco stronger than ever! MASSIVE STRIKE Dr. Zoru, disfigured in an accident during a government experiment, is now seeking revenge and threatening global armageddon! It falls to special agent Matt Rehnquist (Cage) to defeat Zoru and save the world in one of Cage's wildest action-spectacles ever! SUDDEN VIOLENCE In the movie that won Cage an Oscar and took cinematic martial arts to brutal new levels of reality, Sudden Violence pulls no punches in attacking bigotry and senseless hatred. An old friend of Sergeant Jack Logan (Cage) is the victim of a brutal hate crime. When local law enforcement sides with the murderers, Logan brings his own brand of justice with his two fists of iron! But all the vengeance and righteous fury he can muster can't change hearts and minds. TIME SMASHERS Based on the comic book mini-series, Hardwire (Cage) was raised in an apocalyptic future, the result of a robot invasion decades ago. What remains of mankind fights for survival in an anarchic wasteland where might saves life. But when Hardwire discovers a gateway to the past, he decides to risk it all to fight for the future! THE GIST OF MY FIST (aka DOUBLE DARE) Cage takes on the Muscles from Brussels himself, Jean-Claude Van Damme! After a breach of security at INTERPOL, the top suspects are Paul Noiret (Van Damme) and his partner, fast-talking Nick Savoli (Cage) - and they both suspect each other! Is one of them guilty? Can they find out the truth before the criminals responsible strike again? Can the silver screen contain this much awesomeness? AQUATIC ASSAULT Captain Robert Ross (Cage) and Lieutenant Andrea Summers(Camille LeBlanc) of the US Coast Guard battle modern-day pirates seeking to get their hands on the navy's newest defense systems! It's yo-ho-ho and a bottle of all-out action! IRON CLAW A Soviet assassin, code-name Iron Claw, has turned up in the jungles of South America. An elite team, commanded by Alex Mercer (Cage), has been dispatched to hunt down Iron Claw and terminate him before he can cause any more damage. But Iron Claw is no ordinary assassin, having been genetically engineered to be the ultimate killing machine! 24 KARATE GOLD Mark Donovan (Cage), archaeologist and adventurer extraordinaire, has been hired to find a vast treasure, once hidden by the last Ming emperor to protect it from the invading Manchus. But Donovan has a change of heart and fights to protect the treasure from a bloodthirsty mercenary hoard! It may not have struck box-office gold when it was released, but you'll treasure the jaw-dropping stunts and pulse-pounding martial arts! SEVEN POISONS Max Taggart (Cage) has made a promise to his now-deceased martial arts teacher: to hunt down seven of his former students, the Seven Poisons, who have united to form an international crime syndicate. However, each Poison is a master of their own martial arts style - not to mention their own death squad. Is Taggart's training up to the task? CAGE MATCH Cage faces his ultimate opponent - himself! When Special Forces operative Andy Carlton (Cage) was killed in action, a secret program created a clone from his DNA, designated Omega - but Omega has gone renegade! Now the team that created him must try again, and hope this new clone, Alpha, is a match for his predecessor! *** Also included in this set are tons of special features, including deleted scenes, commentary tracks, behind-the-scenes featurettes, an best of all, a sneak peak of Johnny Cage's upcoming blockbuster Mortal Kombat, Cage's triumphant return to box-office domination! Order today, while supplies last!
  6. Here's my latest - took me a long time to find all the right elements, but I got 'er done!
  7. Thanks! More are in progress!
  8. At long last, I've finally done a crossover cover!
  9. I'm back, after taking a break to do a different sprite project (which I may or may not post here). I don't know if these are my best, but I didn't want to lose my touch, and I wanted to feature some characters I haven't used yet.
  10. IT WORKED! Thanks so much!!
  11. RGB Method problem with MUGEN stages Hi, I have a problem when opening certain stages in Fighter Factory. The sprites for these stages all come out completely in red, green, or blue. For example: Apparently, these stages were created using the RGB Method, and I haven't found anything about how to undo this, despite hours of Google searching. I know I need to use Photoshop to combine the red, green, and blue sprites, but I can't find any details as to how to actually do this. Can anyone please help me out with this? Thanks!
  12. Thanks! More are on the way! And the more characters that are out there, the more covers I'll be able to do!
  13. Here's one hero long overdue some respect (and I finally found a use of this background!) I'd love to have an original costume Aquaman to play with (I know of two different in-progress versions out there...), but in the meantime, this was fun to do. And at long last, I finally figured out how to get this cover right! (I think this is the only one that doesn't show a member of the title hero's rogues gallery, not including the Crow cover.)
  14. I recently got onto an X-Men kick somehow, and these were the results: A bit anti-climactic after those three, but as a huge Golden Age fan, I'd been wanting to do this one since forever. Also, it gave me some...practice for things to come... This was a thank you to Spector for making a Captain Nazi palette for Superman Beyond (and another chance to work with a favorite character of mine, as well as some techniques to "age" the cover a bit) More to come!
  15. After a LONG hiatus, I finally got back into the game, putting more care into accurately mimicking the cover styles of certain comic eras, as well as choosing sprites, backgrounds, and layouts more effectively. Taking a trip back to the Golden Age and riding the recent Solomon Grundy gravy train! As much as I really hate redoing old covers, feeling like I'm covering up past mistakes, this is one I really wanted to redo -the very first sprite cover I ever made and posted. (See the top of the thread for the original.) Last for now, here's one of my favorite DC heroes getting his own cover at last!