Evolvo Lad and Life Lass (Heroes of Lallor) Conventionless Convention Sketches 4 & 5



Evolvo Lad and Life Lass © DC Comics

Two Heroes of Lallor today! Evolvo Lad has the ability to evolve into a futuristic super-intelligent human or devolve into a super-strong Cro-Magnon. Life Lass has the ability to animate any object.

That wraps up the Heroes of Lallor but it doesn't wrap up our Legion related CCS'. Tomorrow I will have the "Fun Loving Allen - Super Heroes". :)

Ink on 11" x 17" bristol board.

Beast Boy (Heroes of Lallor) - Conventionless Convention Sketch #3


Beast Boy © DC Comics

I do believe the Beast Boy of the Heroes of Lallor came before the Doom Patrol/Teen Titans version but the latter is better known. For a while this Beast Boy went bad but he did redeem himself before he died. Pretty heavy stuff for a DC comic in the early 1960s.

Ink on 11" x 17" bristol board.

Duplicate Boy (Heroes of Lallor) - Conventionless Convention Sketch #2


Duplicate Boy © DC Comics

Another Hero of Lallor from the Legion of Super-Heroes. Duplicate Boy has the ability to duplicate any power, anywhere from Superboy to Shrinking Violet. Violet was also his girl friend during this version of the Legion.

I have also recorded the creation of this piece from start to finish. When I am doing editing it I will be posting it on my YouTube channel. I might be doing more just for fun.

Ink on 11" x 17" bristol board.








Gas Girl (Heroes of Lallor) - Conventionless Convention Sketch #1


Gas Girl & The Heroes of Lallor © DC Comics

The first of the Conventionless Convention Sketches dives back into the early days of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The Heroes of Lallor were another group of super-powered teens that the Legion met during their run in Adventure Comics. And if you are not familiar with them, you will be after the next few days. First up is Gas Girl. A young lady who can convert her body into any kind of gas she wishes. You have to love the innocence of the early days of comics. I don't think the code name Gas Girl would be received without more than a few jokes these days.

Ink on 11" x 17" bristol board.