The colour scheme once again is green. Doctor doom wears a green cape and a silver metallic suit underneath a green robe. I think these colours were selected to make it clear that he’s a villain and he causes evil as green is a gross colour associated with evil. Green also represents jealously which may indicate that the villains are jealous of the superheros. The style of drawing is very cartoon like and 2D. The character isn’t human like as it looks like a robot which symbolizes strength. The proportion makes him look really strong and large. His head looks slightly smaller to make his body look larger. You can tell this character is evil due to his mysterious appearance. The facial expression is very blank which leaves the question; who is he?
His powers are…
Doctor Doom’s most dangerous weapon is his genius-level intellect. He is easily one of the top mortal minds on the planet. Doom has constructed hundreds of devices, including a working time machine (the first of its kind on Earth), devices which can imbue people with superpowers, and many types of robots. The target audience is for younger to older depending how far you look into who he really is and the general story line. This is because he doesn’t look as creepy as the joker but you can still tell he’s a villain. I like this character because his outfit represents him well as well as carrying out the typical green which isn’t very original but very symbolic. Most of the villains appeared to have lairs to keep their equipment/costumes/victims in. This is where they can be themselves.
The colour scheme for doctor octopus is green which seems to be a recurring colour in villains. He has 4 electronic arms as well as the 2 of his own hence the name ‘octopus’. His character is human like with robotic features which gives the impression he’s unbeatable and powerful as he has extra limbs, also, because they’re electronic they’re more powerful. He comes across as big but not toned. His electronic arms give him the power to lift things, have extra strength and even kill. This outfit is very unique as I haven’t seen anything where a superhero or villain only has part of a costume. The target audience is for a younger age as once again he isn’t too scary. I like the design of the four electronic arms and the fact it’s only part of a suit yet still gives him so much power, it’s unusual and powerful.
His powers include:
-Moving very quickly
-Climb any surface (spider like)
-Arms are extendable
-Worlds leading authority on nuclear radiation and its effect on animal physiology.
-A brilliant engineer and inventor, he is also a great charismatic leader.
-Can lift up to 3 tons.
The colour scheme is very mix and match and do not compliment each other well; the colours are purple, green, red and a white face with red lips. This gives the impression he is very mix and match himself and potentially evil. The appearance he portrays is almost cartoon like which could mean he wants to look like a fictional character because it does look slightly creepy. By looking this way people instantly know that he is a villain. The character is human like but has face paint and dyed hair in a purple suit. His facial expression does seem to be a constant smile which adds to the pleasure he gets out of being evil and hurting others. He doesn’t appear strong, tough or toned. In fact he looks quite weak and skinny from a distance as he uses the mind to trick people which is almost more evil.
His powers include:
-Immunity to poison
-Immunity to fear and others controlling him
-He has poisonous blood
-Very high IQ
-He knows batmans secret identity and has never told
-He survived a gun shot to the head
-He looks scary
-He has a high tolerance to pain
-He can think of plans very quickly and efficiently
-He’s very swift
The outfit is a deep purple suit which looks unusual and ugly which represents himself as a ‘bad guy’. The target audience is slightly older as the joker is rather creepy and more evil. They used to say it was the chemicals that made him that way, but in Batman Confidential & the Dark Knight movie, he was always a schizophrenic sociopath. He has no personal loyalties, no conscious, & is believed by many to be an anarchic atheist with no morals or respect for laws to restrain him. The Joker would kill anyone who dared kill Batman; only he is allowed to someday have that honor. He also doesn’t mind if Batman kills him, because if Batman ever killed, the Joker would still win. The Joker said that Batman is his opposite & that he never stops being fun to torment. Plus he knows that Batman is just as crazy as the rogues in Arkham & would love to see him snap one day. In the comics, he knows Batman’s identity, but regards Bruce as a false personality. “Batman is his true face” is what he always says.
I like this character because he’s so cruel and creepy looking who really does present himself as a villain.
The colour scheme for the green goblin is pretty self explanatory, he’s green. But he’s a metallic green because he’s wearing a metal like suit which is similar to iron mans. The difference is his facial expression is a scary smile which suggests he takes pleasure in causing evil. The villain is not human like as it’s a suit and is meant to look like a goblin, not a human. The posture in which the villain is in suggests he’s evil as he is clenching his fear which could symbolise anger and doing it with joy. He has a flying board which he travels on causing it to be harder for him to be caught. His proportions are odd as he’s torso looks more toned than his arms and legs and his head is fairly larger. I think the head is larger so they can fit the evil facial expression on. The green goblins powers consist of having unbelievable strength and having good agility on his flying board. The target audience, I would say, is for younger kids as he doesn’t look too evil and his powers aren’t too strong but he is still scary enough to be a villain and fight spiderman. I like this characters outfit as it seems pretty cool and looks evil but not very powerful as the powers are lacking.
The colour scheme is mainly blue and silver, these colours compliment each other really well and once again show his heroism. He also has the American flag, just like wonder women, to show he fights for his country and he fights for good not evil. They use a 3D effect to make him appear larger and more intimidating. His arms are huge in comparison to head which gives the illusion that he is bigger than what he actually is, the is a depth cue which may be used on superheros to make them look stronger. Once again the facial expression is very serious giving the impression that he wants to fight for justice and takes situation seriously. He has a super soldier serum so he has much better physical abilities than the average person. He has an unbreakable shield. He has combat training from the US military. The pose suggests power and strength and he is clenching his fists. The target audience I would say was younger and young kids especially guys will look up to him as a superhero and find his power cool. I like this character’s appearance as he looks really tough and idealistic superhero.
The colour scheme used is red, gold and blue. This may symbolise heroic acts and that she is a superhero not a villain. Her clothes also represent the American flag showing she fights for her country and does good deeds. The character is human like and very cartoon like, the proportion leads to believe she’s very strong and independent as she has muscular arms and legs. The facial expression shows courage and determination while her body language portrays strength and power. She comes across as a very head strong character.
She has the following powers and weapons…
-Magic tiara which she can use as a boomerang.
-Utility earrings which allows her to breath in space
-Lasso of truth
She is partners with Captain America to help fight for justice. The target audience can range but due to the colours and the story line it’s mainly for a younger audience, however, her costume is fairly revealing which appeals more to an older audience. I like the character but I don’t like the costume as much as the tools and powers aren’t that great, although the colours are very harmonious.
The colour scheme is mainly black and a navy metallic blue with a bright yellow belt and logo on his chest. I think the yellow was used to symbolise heroism as for the black and blue I was confused as they could be interpreted as villain colours. However the colours are very iconic for him being the good guy. The design is human like but he is wearing a bat mask to identify himself as a bat like figure. His proportions are very muscular to show his strength and power. Just like Iron man he is in a triangular shape which presents how toned and athletic he is. Furthermore, Batman’s facial expression tends to be very serious which represents his passion for taking crime seriously, his body language also shows this by him standing with clenched fists and upright. Batman doesn’t have any powers…but he does have tools which are supplied from his utility belt, the tools include; tear gas pallets, gun, throwing weapons, shock gloves and many more. He wears is belt in a bright yellow so it draws attention to it immediately.He has a sidekick called Robin who wore bright colours and helped him fight crime as they were both about bringing justice to the world. The logo is an opaque symbol of a bat in black on a bright yellow oval, he wears this logo on his chest. I think the target audience is for kids to teenagers as his costume could be liked by any age but the tasks he completes and his general story could suit an older audience. I like his costume as it looks good together and make him look really tough, however, his blue hot pants look slightly girly.