Saturday, October 31, 2009

Friday, October 30, 2009

Hawkgirl Animation Cell

This is a Hawkgirl animation cell from the Super Friends show. From looking at the pose, I can certainly say it is from the short "The Crude Oil Monster" which also starred Aquaman and Hawkman. However, the background is all wrong; the story takes place in the ocean (Alaska, I think); so this cell is a fake. Someday, when the Super Friends episodes are available on DVD, I will revisit this post and prove how right I am. Until then, enjoy!

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Mera & Tula

Art by SilverAgeMage

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Monday, October 26, 2009

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Friday, October 23, 2009

Detective Comics Box Set


Five of Gotham City’s most colorful figures are collected in this special action figure box set, in both 3D and comics forms!

A 64-page original collection of classic stories featuring Batman, Robin, Batgirl, The Riddler and Bat-Mite is packaged along with an action figure of each character. The stories included in the special DETECTIVE COMICS CLASSICS book are “The Riddler’s Prison-Puzzle Problem!” from DETECTIVE COMICS #377, “Tall, Dark, Handsome – and Missing!” from DETECTIVE COMICS #384, “Hunt for the Helpless Hostage!” from DETECTIVE COMICS #385, “The Invader from Hell!” from BATMAN FAMILY #1, and “Bat-Mite” from WHO’S WHO: THE DEFINITE DIRECTORY OF THE DC UNIVERSE #2.

Advance-solicited; on sale June 23, 2010 * Box Set *

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis on Mera

Question: Making Mera a spotlight character in "Blackest Night" was a risky move, but nonetheless it has been received by fans both new and old with lots of excitement. Are you surprised by the positive reaction, or were you expecting it, and do you have plans to write Mera and Aquaman in the future?

Johns: I'm very happy with the reaction to "Blackest Night." I know I'm pushing boundaries. It's a big superhero horror epic. And I think it's a lot of fun. And I've really enjoyed writing Mera, especially. The core center of DCU when it comes to "Blackest Night" is Barry, Hal, Mera and the Atom. And I hope to write more Mera in the future. I think she has the potential to be one of DC's most prominent female heroes.

Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #2 Guest Starring Mera

Question: Mera is one of the characters who has stood out in the story so far. How did you come up with your look and style for this character?

Reis: Actually, I got her reading the script. I don't like to come up with the image for a character before the script. I like to let the story talk me how I need to follow to the character. It happened with Mera. Geoff gave me an idea about how Mera needed to be drawn, and the story gave me how Mera needed to look.

Source: Newsarama

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

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Friday, October 16, 2009