Day 17 | Laser Spider

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

2012 – DAY 17

All characters are created by my 5 year-old son, The Junior Partner.  He has either drawn these characters on his own and I have recreated them here, or he has sat at my elbow dictating design and conceptual ideas like a creative, but frenetic, taskmaster.


A victim of violent crime Laser Spider is in reality a man with significant injuries that prevent him from walking or living a normal life.  When wearing the Laser Spider suit, he gains superhuman dexterity and agility and enhanced strength.  There are two cybernetic arms that are capable of firing intense laser beams capable of precision attacks and microscopic accuracy even from great distances.  The suit also contains compartments for throwing spikes, knives, and a specialized grappling hook that can also function as a “claw-axe”.


Category: 2012, Superhero

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Teacher, Playwright, Performer & Superhero Enthusiast. My first crayon drawings were of Superman and Captain America. I always wanted to draw comics but never followed that passion beyond some self-published zines and forays into early internet comics. I've worked in various aspects of graphic design and fooled around with a spray can at various stages of my life, keeping my pen busy and full of various inspirations for the doodles in the margins of my notebooks. Inheriting an iPad changed my productivity with the ability to draw, edit, color and post onto the internet via one device in the limited time I have to mess around with my doodles and drawings. My 5-year-old son is my biggest fan and the main reason for my artistic renaissance. He's the reason I'm drawing more often and the person I draw the most for. For the 30 CHARACTERS challenge this year, he is my co-conspirator and collaborator. His excitement and innocent love of superheroes and drawing has kept my inner cynic/critic at bay and we are having a blast this year making up a whole new universe of heroes, robots and monsters for the internet. -updated Oct. 2012

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