Superhero comics have always featured a lot of explosions and people in brightly colored spandex punching each other, but despite some of the more fantastic aspects of the genre, numerous writers and artists have used comics to address serious and timely social issues
Most aspiring drawers of a certain age have fond memories of being the best (or one of the best) artists in their fifth grade class -- impressing everyone with untraced Spider-Man doodles and, once in awhile, an Etch-A-Sketch design that actually looked like something other than random crazy zigs and zags
The guys at Onell Design, best known for their line of customizable Glyos System action figures (think Micronauts with plastic pegs instead of magnets) are getting comic book crazy with their new line of Buildman toys, posting new mods based on some of Marvel Comics' most popular heroes.
The Glyos Transmission Web Log has plenty of individual shots of the Marvel-inspired looks, but this group shot featuring designs based on Iro
In honor of this Thursday's (remember: comics ship a day later this week following Labor Day) Marvel Bromance-that-isn't-a-bromance-anymore collection AND our list that celebrates comic book compadres, we sought out a vintage moment of super-powered brotherly love