@heymanjack: Haha, I don't think you know what that means. They're putting out extra characters for a game that already had a full roster of them. It's not like Injustice shipped with six characters and then they had you pay for every subsequent one. Also: not mandatory. The only way this would be abusive is if the game didn't launch without all DLC installed or if you were denied access to online play because of missing characters, neither of which are the case.
Good effort, Veshark. These look quite nice. Of course, there are things that could be tightened up here and there, but I'm sure you know that. One thing in particular that jumped out at me was Cap's jawline in the first image. I feel like it should be a little sharper, and the edge of his cowl should be further forward on his cheek. The way it is now, his face looks too round... Almost plump. Still, as I said before, good effort.
@sinestro_gl: That is a terrible way to determine whether a character is street level or not. Literally the only thing that addresses is the durability of the hero, and that is far from the deciding factor for which power tier they occupy.
@lone_wolf_and_cub: But Lex is just a man at the end of the day, regardless of his feats. If you apply the same logic you're attempting to put on the Dark Knight, then they are equals simply by virtue of not having super powers. I agree that it's a stupid argument to make, but you perpetrated it, not me. I was just following your line of logic.
@lone_wolf_and_cub: The same Killer Croc who transformed into the Hydra and nearly leveled Gotham? The same Killer Croc who is now leading the Religion of Crime? I don't understand where you're even coming from with that post. Are you trying to say that because Batman's villains aren't all incredibly powerful extraterrestrials that he only qualifies for being a street level? Because, if so, I'd like to point you to Superman's most frequent and egregious antagonist, the one, the only, Lex Luthor.