Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Guys of The New 52: Superman

Today's post is the first in a series spotlighting the guys of DC Comics "New 52" reboot.  It's fitting that the first post features the one and only Superman.  Most of the pics show off Supes' new brief-less costume design, although a couple feature Superman donning a T-shirt and jeans.

The pics come from Action Comics #1 and #2, Superman #1, and Justice League #1.  Jim Lee, Jesus Merino, Rags Morales, and Ethan Van Sciver provide the art.

Friday, October 14, 2011

More Tiger & Bunny

It's time to revisit the awesomeness that is Tiger & Bunny, one of the better anime series I've seen in a while.  I first posted about this show in July and back then, there wasn't much in the way of official art.  Thankfully, this is not the case anymore.  Check out more art below.

Friday, September 30, 2011

Superboy Goes Blonde

In the recent Young Justice episode "Terrors," Superboy and Miss Martian go undercover at a prison for supervillains as twins.  Thus, we get a chance to see Conner as a blonde.  I think he pulls it off pretty well.  Check out the pics below.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

A Little More Daken

It's been more than a year since Wolverine's son Daken was featured on HFG.  Today's post features some scans from issues #9, 9.1, and 10 of his current series.  The art is by Marco Checchetto, Ron Garney, and Mateo Buffagni with Riley Rossmo.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011


The comic that was once known as The Incredible Hercules was relaunched a while back as simply Herc.  This time around, our hero is completely mortal.

Today's post features art from issues #1, 2, 6, and 6.1 of the series.  Pencils are by Neil Edwards and Mike Grell.


Monday, August 29, 2011

More Wolverine Anime-Style

I wasn't really intending on revisiting the Marvel Anime guys until I got some artwork from X-Men and Blade for the second part of this series.  As I started actually watching Wolverine, I realized that (like many anime) this show uses pans to help cut animation costs.  Also, this show especially likes using these pans over Wolvie himself. 

Some screencapping and some stitching and now we've got more pics of Wolverine.  The pics below all come from the first half (eps 1-6) of the anime.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Metal Gear Solid

There are times when I think I posted something before but it turned out I hadn't. Today's post is one of those times. Somehow, I went all this time without ever featuring Solid Snake or the other guys of the Metal Gear Solid series. I guess HFG's 601st post is as good a time as any to remedy this. More art from various games in the series is below.