DCU Fan Art: Mister Freeze

“I am beyond emotions. They’ve been frozen dead in me.” - Mister Freeze

Having a cold heart doesn’t mean you’re incapable of feeling love. Just ask Victor Fries. His is a sad tale of loss, obsession and villainy.

An expert in the field of cryogenics, Victor led a relatively normal existence. He worked diligently, but also fell in love with and eventually married a woman named Nora. Sadly, things took an unfortunate turn soon after. Nora became terminally ill, and to stop her degenerative disease from taking her life, Victor put her into suspended animation. His devotion to Nora led to his downfall.

The corporation funding Victor’s work shut down his experiments and, in the process, caused a horrible accident, errantly releasing coolants in his lab that did irreparable harm to Victor’s body’s chemistry. Transforming the former Dr. Fries into an ice-colored monstrosity, the coolants made it impossible for him to survive above freezing temperatures. To counteract this, Victor constructed a special, ultra-durable suit to keep his body alive and at the right temperature. He embraced his new persona and became Mr. Freeze.

Mr. Freeze is on a constant quest to bring back his beloved Nora, and he’ll do whatever it takes to succeed. He wields a freeze gun and uses ice and cold to wreak havoc—mostly in Gotham and against Batman, but he’ll turn his chill upon anyone standing in his way.

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Very NICE:snowflake:

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Nice job!

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Hey this is so cool and dope

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Thanks y’all! @NYJt3 @MissGsptlsnz @Nickywood

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No prob you are a great drawer

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Really cool. Swear no pun intended I just realized it after I typed it. I’ll admit when I intend my puns, that one was legit. I love how u drew it cuz his face really pops in that color scheme. Great job!!!

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Wow- I’m really digging the brushstrokes here @matthewjhernandez. This is easily one of your greatest and most engaging pieces to date. It has a Picasso-esque effect in the facial area and I really like how you were able to achieve watercolor movement in some areas of the piece with what I assume is acrylic paint. Well done! :+1:

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Thanks! @SecretSanta89

It’s from using a Pentel white out pen.

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Thanks for checking it out! @capo-mage

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U bet, it’s awesome

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