"Grodd hates humans and everything to do with humans. For this reason, I haven't give Grodd an outfit of any kind. He wouldn't want to wear clothes or boots, because that's far too human. He's quite happy to stay a big hairy gorilla. But Grodd is a villain, so he's also a hypocrite. While hating human things he's quite happy to adopt human ways when it suits him. So he smokes cigars, likes heavy machine guns, pops anabolic steroids and injects himself with gorilla growth hormone to give himself extra-large muscular arms."
Our next contestant wanted to "do a more serious and political take on the villain."
"Commander Grodd, our villainous gorilla, uses his fierce psionic abilities to control an army of mass proportions. In addition, his inner circle is vilely composed of child soldiers. Shielded by these children he has managed to take over the African continent and prepares to conquer the world. Due to the sensitive nature of his army, our superheroes fail to break his ranks and struggle helplessly as the world becomes a darker place."
|Blair J. Campbell|
Typically when people request an extension by a day or two, I'll grant it. I know how people get busy, and I try to accommodate everyone who wants to participate in our monthly contests. Such is the case with the next two submissions:
|Omar I. Landeros|
|Lee Chen Fang|
What do you all think? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to check out all of the Gorilla Grodd submissions sent in. We'll be getting around to judging this week, with special guest judge, @GorillaGrodd, and the winner will be announced January 31 -- one week from today.