Note: We here at P:R have played host to many fondly remembered gender-swapped superhero redesigns and also superheroes meshed with other concepts, but never have we seen two in one set. This time out, P:R original Joel Carroll takes the movie line-up of the Avengers and translates them into the Sailor Moon mold, skirts, gender and all! On their own they’re great gender-swamped renditions of Marvel’s mightiest heroes, but as a group they really work together the way the original Sailor Soldiers did back in the day. Just one question — would Loki be Tuxedo Mask? – Chris A.
Note: Wonder Woman has proved to be one of the most popular subjects here at P:R, and P:R Regular Joel Carroll is taking DC’s Amazing Amazon for a 80s-movie style wardrobe fitting in this sextet of designs. Click to embiggen! – Chris A.
Note: The key strength that has kept Project: Rooftop going strong for over five years is the artists who contribute. From our co-founder Dean Trippe to a elite list of artists who by their own passion and ingenuity have become regulars here at the site. You see their names regularly in contests and individual designs, but we thought it worth it to show all their work submitted (so far!) in one place. First up: Joel Carroll. – Chris A.
More after the jump!
Note: One of our P:R favorites Joel Carroll returns to us with an enterprising collection of redesigns of some great Golden Age Public Domain heroes. These designs were done for John Slater‘s Mystery Men role-playing game, which you can playtest here and get a copy here. Whether you get the game or not, these designs are a hit in the P:R offices. – Chris A.
Note: One of our P:R Regulars, Joel Carroll, just turned out these sleek and iconic looks for DC’s Green Lanterns Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner. Who would like to see Joel do an entire story with these redesigns? – Chris A.
Post Updated at bottom with links to benefit auctions.
Note: The P:R Regulars were out in force at HeroesCon earlier this month, and although I personally was unable to attend, all reports say our panel was a hoot. Another neat thing coming out of that was an invitation from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) to redesign Lady Liberty. P:R co-founder Dean Trippe, along with Ming Doyle, Joe Quinones, Maris Wicks and Joel Carroll all took part, which you can see in this video.
The five original pieces of art by our P:R Regulars are now up on Ebay for bidding, running through June 30th. Bid hard and bid often — all proceeds go to the CBLDF.
Ming Doyle’s Lady Liberty: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170658141181
Joe Quinones’ Lady Liberty: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170658141418
Dean Trippe’s Lady Liberty: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170658141685
Maris Wicks’ Lady Liberty: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140567349603
Joel Carroll’s Lady Liberty: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140567349963
Stay tuned to CBLDF’s Ebay page as they’ll be auctioning off these one-of-a-kind pieces of art to benefit their good cause – Chris A.