.Having been given a vision of the future by a mystic woman in his home of Latveria that showed him as a god-like emperor, King Victor von Doom studied magic and technology, dedicated to becoming the most powerful man alive. In the 1800s, Latveria fell to foreign invaders, and Doom went on the run. In New Orleans in 1872, Doom sent a young orphan named Remy to the League of Thieves in K'un Lun, where he underwent the trial of the Negative Spirit, meeting the Iron Tiger, and eventually came back to work for Victor. In the 1930s, he had Simone Williams undergo an accident on a film set, giving her ionic powers and preventing her from aging. In the 1980s, Doom orchestrated soldier Cliff Steele's car accident, and turned him into Deathlok, an armored, high-powered killing machine. Now, using magic, technology, and superpowers, Doom dreams to use this new patrol of unwitting partners to bring the world under his control.
An aerospace engineer hellbent on discovering a method of faster-than-light travel, Hank Jordan was testing his newest rocket when he was struck by an alien ship from another world When he approaches the ship, he is attacked by Abin-Sur, a member of the Yellowjackets. Hank fights off the creature using its own weapon, a powerful construct-creating battery. Realizing their effectiveness, he takes the suit and changes it to fit his human body. Hank becomes a hero, helping to found the League, teaming up with the original Wasp, Hollis van Dyne, but when his hometown is destroyed by the Hive, he attacks fellow League member Silk Dragon in anger. Hank is removed from the team and leaves Earth to eradicate the rest of the Hive. Now, Hank has returned, trying to be a hero to repent for his violent past.
Chosen avatar of Apollo, given the power of sunlight, Robert Pulaski is the former lover of Mark Spector. As Marc's Disocciative Identity Disorder worsened, their relationship started to deteriorate. They officially broke up after Robert (Bob) became Apollus, causing Mark to develop another identity known as the Moon Knight, aka Lucas Trent, who was supposedly destined to work with Apollus. With no way to prove if Mark's claims were legitimate, the two split up, but not without occassionally getting back together, both in their personal lives and their superhero lives.
This is a project that I've been doing for myself, creating amalgams of Marvel and DC Comics. It acts as a good exercise in writing and drawing, as well as forcing me to work on my digital skills.