Thursday, September 15, 2011

Harley Quinn

Blogger does not seem to want to allow me to upload photos, so they have all been uploaded to the facebook account, HERE. (Or search Superhero Coco on facebook!) Sorry about that!

Monday, July 18, 2011

July-August Theme

In light of Harley's less-than-logical redesign, she is the new theme to re-open SHCC!

I don't think there will be an specific idea to follow in redesigning her...I'm pretty sure ANYTHING is better than the redesign she was given, so have fun with it and do anything you want! I think she is a character that will be easy to explore and recreate with an imaginative twist.

Submissions will be due by August 31st, 2011~ so submit soon! Mail your images to!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Temporary Hiatus

Sorry about the temporary hiatus guys! School is getting insane. If anyone has any suggestions for the next hero and theme, please post them here--we need some ideas!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Here are the entries received for the Aquaman in a different time/culture theme!

Joel Priddy
Ye Olde Aquaman

Steampunk Aquaman

Viking Aquaman by Arlen.

Zephan Osiris

David J. Cutler
-Aquagent, the Aquaman of Victorian England! I love Aquaman and I figured the easiest way to make him seem more formidable was to take him back to a time before man could fly, when the waterways and trade routes were extremely important and constantly under siege by pirates and bandits and what have you. Aquagent protects the ships on the oceans as well as guarding the lost city of Atlantis--a drowned city rich in treasure and destructive magics--from his half brother, the rogue admiral Ocean Master, and the mad-inventor turned deep sea plunderer Black Manta. I spent way too much time thinking this out.

Adam Day

Kyle Frink
This is a picture of the 1900th century French explore turned environmentalist; Antoine Curie.

Jared Konopitski

Aaron Radney
Born to the king of Atlantis and a polynesian mother the young aquaman spent his early childhood beneath the surface in Atlantis. Then a freak tragedy orchestrated by an enemy of the royal family wrecked h is home and separated him from his family. Stranded, he floated to the surface and found himself among his mother's family who recognized him and took him in. As he grew people were a bit weary of the pale skin he inherited from his Atlantean father but the young Aquaman proved to be a formidable warrior among his people and as an adult seeks to overthrow the usurper in his kingdom beneath the waves while he balances living in the surface and undersea worlds.

Josh Lynch

Warren Newsom

Tomas Overbai

Seni Oyewole

Alex H. Mitchell

Whew! If any links were missed or names misspelled, please let us know by e-mailing I tried my best to use the shorter descriptions, and I did not post the Aquamen that were not fitting to the theme (though they were neat to look at!)

The next theme will be posted soon! Thanks again for your participation!

Monday, January 24, 2011

February-March Crossover Theme!

As you may have heard over at Project Rooftop, we are participating in a giant crossover with Whitechapel, PR and Superhero of the Month for February up until March!

The character of choice is Aquaman and the theme that Superhero Coco will be using for this challenge will be to design Aquaman in the combination of a different culture and different time. For example, you could end up with Nazi Aquaman, African tribal Aquaman, American pride Aquaman, Mesoamerican Aquaman, creative, have fun, and you have plenty of time to submit!

Submissions will be due by March 1st, 2011~ so submit soon! Mail your images to!

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Superhero Theater Posters

Here are the entries received for the Superhero Theater Poster theme!

Whitney Hubbard

Kyle Frink

Seni Oyewole
I chose Clint and Anne because I thought they would've been able to pull it off. This would've been late '50s because of how popular science fiction films were around those times.

Warren Newsom
Empire Studios presents the most ridiculously fantastic movie of 1948, Vincent Minelli’s “Breakfast with Mephisto.” It’s the tale of a handsome, young costumed vigilante (as played by the most athletic actor of his era – Gene Kelly) and his beautiful wife (the breathtaking Rita Hayworth), and the terrible deal they get from – er… the terrible deal they make with the Devil (as embodied by the unimaginable Joe Quesada).

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll wonder the hell why!

Jeremy Todd

The next theme (which might be a surprise event...) will be posted soon! Sorry for the lag in posts, school starting up again and break and finals really put us behind. We're doing our best to stay on top of things! See you soon!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Superhero Theater Posters! *EXTENSION*

SORRY GUYS we meant to post this extension earlier, and I thought we had, but it is extended until the 23rd!!! -Kayla

Sorry for the wait everyone, We've been busy lately with the holiday thingy; Hopefully this will start the New Year off right. The new theme will be Superhero Theater Posters before the 60's. Basically, Imagine how a superhero movie would be have been made during any decade before the 60's. For example, How would have __________'s costume been made in the _________'s, How would they have done the effects, who would have played__________. What would the poster for the movie have looked like? Submissions will be due Mon. 1/17/11 Have fun with this one and have a great New Years!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Machines and Monsters

No this isn't a new entry, its the blog of comrade and fellow SHCC contributor Alex Barton. He has a pretty awesome idea going, so everyone should go check it out at: