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Razor

Ink and colour pencil on copier paper. Drawn in 1993.

Again, this follows the same drawing style as Crimson Phantom. Not much thought went into creating this character. The superhero name is lame and so is the lame razor costume. Not too sure what he can do other than running around and cutting people with razor blades.

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Kinetic

Ink and colour pencil on copier paper. Drawn in 1993.

Again, this follows the same drawing style as Crimson Phantom. The concept behind this character was energy transfer in movement, something we learn in secondary one science. This guy is named Kinetic because he can move very fast and impact huge amount of energy when he rams into the bad guys.

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Launcher

Ink and colour pencil on copier paper. Drawn in 1993.

The drawing style follows that in my previous entry – Crimson Phantom. Did you notice the typewritten fonts at the top? I just got my first typewriter (PC was still not common then) and was very excited on being able to generate ‘professional’ looking letterings on my artwork.

Back to the character design – Launcher is a cyborg who can launch missiles and bullets from his arms, hence the name. Nothing really special lah, it came from the imagination of a secondary one boy mah.

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