A hero is only as interesting as his villain. Superman is boring because there are simply no decent foes for him to fight. Batman is awesome because even the Mad Hatter has his moments. Spider-Man and the Flash? Great roster of bad guys. Iron Man and Green Lantern? Not so much. You get the idea.
So never discount the importance of a bad guy. Keep that in mind when considering The Smiling Skull:
You see? We just take Captain America's foe Red Skull and draw him kind of like the Red Skull would look like if the Joker got a hold of him. Of course, if Marvel or DC's lawyers wrote a nasty letter, we would swear this is a totally original character and we're Charlton Comics and we're not making any money anyway so go ahead and sue us, you bastards! We're judgment-proof!
And don't all skulls smile? I'm just saying....
I presume this woman had a head, but you'd never know it:
Comic Books: Teaching Boys how to Unsuccessfully Relate to Women Since 1939.
We're not finished with Judomaster. Oh, no. You're not that lucky and neither am I. But when you find something like this in the pile, you put everything on hold and jump straight to it:
Yes, my lovelies. You may sleep well tonight, knowing that when you wake up, I'm going to give you the awesomeness of Mr. Muscles.
I know. I can't wait, either.
See you tomorrow!