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Tom Spurgeon, Five-Year-Old Superhero Art Prodigy Super-Genius
posted December 30, 2008


I think the extremely high quality of the art work pretty much speaks for itself. That's Superman in the top one in a hole between dimensions. You can see that I was a fan of Marvel Triple Action because of the costume Goliath/Giant Man is wearing. One of the tiny figures is The Wasp while one of the tiny figures is the Hulk being shot at by a tank, just way off in the distance. Don't ask me why I remember that. The rest should be self-explanatory. I hope. That's not a Kirby-costumed Black Panther roaming around underground with Scorpion, Sandman and Taurus from Zodiac; it's the Gray Gargoyle. That doesn't make his green cape in-continuity, but I was that kind of iconoclastic creator. As far the Spider-Man picture goes, I have no idea what the heck is happening, although I already seem to have have a woman-in-refrigerators thing going on.