Daily Scans - April 2nd, 2009
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An April Fool's Day Casstoon|
( Containing shocking revelations )
( For legality, Animal Man's Son being a creepy voyeur )
Tags: char: batgirl/cassandra cain, char: miss martian/m'gann m'orzz, char: starfire/koriand'r, title: casstoons
It's Not Satire, It's BAT-ire|
Tags: char: batman/bruce wayne, char: robin/nightwing/dick grayson, genre: parody
After yet another JLA/JSA team up/time travel story everyone is left to wonder what really happened...
Yikes, imagine being trapped in Limbo with Owlman ?????
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Current Music: NKVDemon " on the bones of our ememies"
Tags: char: firestorm/ronnie raymond, char: huntress/helena wayne, char: owlman, char: power girl/kara zor-l/karen starr, era: bronze age, genre: crossover, group: crime syndicate of america
Blackest Night teasers|
No, not the movie trailer for "When the lights went out in Georgia", Gilligan.
Current Location: floating in the black
Current Mood: speechless
Current Music: NIN
Tags: event: blackest night
Grant Morrison on typecasting and the Internet|
The first issue of Mark Waid's new creator-owned superhero comic, Irredeemable, came out yesterday. It's about the world's greatest superhero becoming its greatest supervillain. Anyway, it has an afterword by Grant Morrison, who, in-between praising the book, discusses how society has a strong tendency to typecast not just actors but people in general, inluding writers.
Tags: creator: grant morrison, creator: mark waid, publisher: boom!, title: irredeemable
Whatever happened to the Deadpool of tomorrow (Part II)?|
Deadpool continues to exposit about how he ended up the future, while annoying Wolverine, from Cable #13.
Tags: char: cable/nathan summers, char: deadpool/wade wilson, char: wolverine/logan/james howlett, creator: ariel olivetti, creator: duane swierczynski, event: messiah war
In before everyone else.|
I would say context is for a weak, but...
Tags: char: captain america/steve rogers, char: iron man/tony stark, in-joke: context is for the weak, title: fantastic four, title: mighty avengers
Amazing Spider-Man #590|
Tags: char: human torch/johnny storm, char: invisible woman/susan storm, char: mr. fantastic/reed richards, char: spider-man/peter parker, char: the thing/ben grimm, creator: dan slott, group: fantastic four, in-joke: herodickery, title: amazing spider-man
Marvel Comics Presents (vol 1) #92|
Title: Marvel Comics Presents - "Separate Allies" (Marvel, 1991, 8 pages)
Creators: Karl Bollers/Antonio Matias (writers), Joe Madureira (pencils)
Availability: Out of print
Another book that's in my collection only because it had Northstar in it. Instead of a cameo, he gets his own story dealing with the fallout both from his Olympic scandal and his days in the FLQ. Ambitious for a little eight-pager, and, keeping the limitation of length in mind, it doesn't come off too badly,
Also, context is for the weak:
Tags: char: northstar/jean-paul beaubier, creator: joe madureira, in-joke: context is for the weak
Batman and Robin: Odd Games. Alternate Title: Role Reversal Can Be Fun!|
Tags: char: batman/bruce wayne, char: robin/nightwing/dick grayson, creator: jim aparo, creator: len wein, title: untold legends of the batman
Current Mood: scared
Tags: char: archie andrews
EVERYBODY'S GOT NEPHEWS AND NIECES|
So, comic lovers, I'm sure you are all familiar with Carl Barks, right?
Well, he made the ducks so popular that almost every character in Duckburg got their own solo series. Unfortunately, he didn't have creative control in any way, shape, or form; so duck fans ended up getting stuff like this:
from JUNIOR WOODCHUCKS #2 (GoldKey) 1967
Tags: publisher: dell comics, theme: funny animals