Judges have it rough sometimes. You all send in fantastic art, and we have to narrow it down to a winner and four runners-up. It's not an easy task, and it can be hard choosing which pieces move on. While the Top 5 were pretty undisputed, there were several pieces that came close in scoring that deserve a little more recognition:
|Rory's Batgirl & Black Canary - 123/160|
|Ganknott's Black Canary & Huntress - 122/160|
|Lemurtree's Power Girl & Batgirl - 123/160|
|Ross Radke's Oracle & Big Barda - 121/160|
|Cookiepoppet's Power Girl & Black Canary - 121/160|
|Barry Prioste's Batgirl & Black Canary - 122/160|
|David Karrow's Hawkgirl & Lady Blackhawk - 126/160|
|MtReuil's Power Girl & Huntress - 123/160|
We're also joined by last month's Starfire winner, Blair J. Campbell. You can check out his awesome art at Draw, Blair! DRAW!
This month also marks the first time our newest contributor, Taylor Evans. Taylor joined us for Superhero of the Year judging as a reader of the site, and we're glad to have him on board now as a regular contributor.
Lastly, you may have noticed if you've posted a comment recently, it informs you that it'll be approved upon moderation. No one's done anything that warrants moderation. Rather, moderation lets us know when a comment has been posted, rather than us having to seek out comments, in the event that a response is warranted. Occasionally people comment on older posts, and those comments can easily get lost in the mix of those made on new posts. Please just realize it helps us more easily realize when someone has commented on a post. But if it ends up being a stupid idea, we'll shut it off.
Thanks for your continued support of Superhero of the Month. Stay tuned, the Birds of Prey winner and runners-up will be announced tomorrow!