Poetic Dustbin

Dark Art

Dark Art – Varoc – Prides of the America (POTA)

Varoc

Varoc is the muscle behind the Superhero league known as the Prides of the America. 

His powers include superhuman strength, quick healing factor, increased hearing and smelling ability. He is also superb in hand to hand combat and wrestling. He uses his vintage, pre-historic club made from an unknown, unbreakable material. It can smash through almost anything but can only be wielded properly by Varoc himself.

His origins are a bit unknown, all that we know is he was frozen in time in ice and was revived.

 

– Poetic Dustbin

Dark Poetry – Is There Anyone Here?

Is There Anyone Here?

Christmas ain’t the same for all
Some are broken
Some will fall
Some are in tears
And some crawling in fears

We can all sing our happy song
hidden in depression
Saying there’s nothin wrong
And as we look up our tree
We get a glimpse of being free…

– Poetic Dustbin

Dark Art – My Take on Catwoman

My Take on Catwoman

This is my take on the DC anti-hero Catwoman. She’s one of my favorite character in the Batman Universe. It’s not just because I like cats in general but I like the simple costume she wears that depicts a black cat. 

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Dark Art – Morbius – Marvel Fanart

Morbius - The Living Vampire

Morbius, the Living Vampire, a.k.a. Dr. Michael Morbius, Ph.D., M.D.,is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Roy Thomas and originally designed by penciler Gil Kane, he first appeared as an enemy of the superhero Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man #101 (October 1971).

Despite his initial status as one of Spider-Man’s horror-based rogues and also an adversary of the vampire hunter Blade, responsible for turning him into a dhampir, Morbius went on to become a brooding, gritty and tragically flawed antihero in his own series and other titles. His true identity is that of a former award-winning biochemist named Michael Morbius, who was imbued with pseudo-vampiric superhuman abilities and physical traits after a failed biochemical experiment which was intended to cure his rare blood disease, rather than originating from supernatural means. The rest of his appearances feature his struggles with his pseudo-vampiric persona, his insatiable lust for human blood and his subsequent efforts to cure his horrific condition, along with his eventual stint as a brutal and nightmarish vigilante, occasionally returning to villainy.

– from Wikipedia

Dark Art – Composite Abomination

Composite Abomination

A drawing depicting a mashed-up of monstrous head to create a walking abomination. 

Drawn in Ink and Pencil on basic paper. 

A dark art – conceptualized from the darkest pit of my brain…

– Poetic Dustbin

Dark Art – Inktober 2021 Day 31 – Risk – Batman and Catwoman Fanart

Inktober 2021 - Day 31 - Risk

Inktober 2021 – Day 31 – Risk – is a fanart of my favorite Justice League characters, Batman and Catwoman. Batman and Catwoman are known to have a secret relationship even though they have different principles in life. 

During the Batman: Hush storyline, Batman and Catwoman briefly work together and have a romantic relationship, during which he reveals his true identity to her. … This is the second story to establish that she knows Batman’s true identity. In an early 1980s storyline, Selina and Bruce develop a relationship.

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Dark Art – Inktober 2021 Day 30 – Slither ( Zuma fanart )

Inktober 2021 - Day 30 - Slither

Inktober 2021 – Day 30 – Slither – is a fanart of the 80s Filipino Comics character Zuma. 

The most noticeable physical characteristic of Zuma is the two-headed snake that protrude from his shoulders resting like a lei and he uses them to defeat his enemies as they have a powerful bite that has an ability to decapitate. In addition, he has green skin and bald hair similar to Martian Manhunter, another comics character. Although, his face is human-like with a demonic appearance. He is often depicted as a villain or an anti-hero instead of a superhero.

According to Zuma’s story in the comics and other media, he is the son of the Aztec serpent god Kukulkan, making him a demigod. He had been in hibernation for a long time until his tomb in an Aztec pyramid was unearthed by an archaeological expedition team that awakened him. After his revival, he goes to the modern world in a killing rage, slaughtering particularly virgin women, whose hearts are ripped out and consumed that give Zuma his strength and vigor.

Aside from using his two-headed snake as a weapon, Zuma’s power includes invulnerability (specifically bullet-proof) and controlling snakes.In later versions, Zuma has the ability to heal people. His weakness is the venom from his daughter Galema who is also his archenemy. Galema’s mother is a human that Zuma has taken as his bride. Although, Galema grew with foster parents that made her to be a good person. Zuma also beget another child named Dino who has a head of a dinosaur and a body of a human. Dino initially allied with his father but he later abandoned him because Dino fell in love with a human.

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Dark Art – Inktober 2021 Day 29 – Patch

Inktober 2021 - Day 29 - Patch

Inktober 2021 – Day 29 – Patch – is an image of a puppet ragdoll symbolizing how humans can be controlled like a puppet by their peers or surrounding or even social media. The ragdoll texture depicts how low these people feel that they end up being depressed. They suffer anxiety attacks due to low self-esteem. 

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Dark Art – Inktober 2021 Day 28 – Crispy

Inktober 2021 - Day 28 - Crispy

Inktober 2021 – Day 28 – Crispy – is an image of a demon roasting in hell. 

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Dark Art – Inktober 2021 Day 27 – Spark

Inktober 2021 - Day 27 - Spark

Inktober 2021 – Day 27 – Spark – is a wicked dark version of Stewie in family Guy. It pictures him playing with spark.

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