Monday, August 31, 2009

Superman and Krypto

Art by Francis Manapul!

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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Adventure Comics

I'm glad DC revived this classic title! It seemed a shame that one of the few comics from the beginnings of comic history was retired. But now it's back! And starring Superboy and The Legion of Super-Heroes!!

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Miracleman

By Barry Windsor-Smith!

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Friday, August 07, 2009

Aquaman

Art by Matt Wagner and Craig Hamilton!

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Thursday, August 06, 2009

One More...

One more classic Enterprise wallpaper:

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Star Trek Wallpapers

First up, Picard's Enterprise E engaging the Borg:

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Next, Kirk's classic ride:

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And here she is firing her main phasers:

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And we end with the reboot Enterprise from this summer's blockbuster movie:

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Firestorm

Art by Dick Dillin!

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Sunday, August 02, 2009

Flash and Green Lantern

More art I've had for a while... Flash is by Alan Davis and Green Lantern is by Carlos Pacheo.
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Poll Results!

The last poll asked which DC Comics Event you liked the most! And the winner is Crisis on Infinite Earths! 70 percent of voters said it was the best! And it most certainly is! It was the first cross-over event ever from DC! It featured the artwork of George Perez, who set the standard for all summer event artists to follow! In the series, Supergirl, Aquagirl, and the Flash, along with a host of other heroes, died. In a tie for second place, with each receiving eleven percent of the vote, are Infinite Crisis and Zero Hour. Infinite Crisis was a direct follow-up to the story from Crisis on Infinite Earths It featured a story by Geoff Johns and artwork by Phil Jimenez, Ivan Reis, and Jerry Ordway. Superboy (Conner Kent) gave his life in this series.Zero Hour was another event and the neat thing about this one was that every DC title at the time had a cross-over issue, numbered 0, which featured the origin of the character. It was a fun event and the origin issues were very entertaining. I found myself enjoying this series at the time.Final Crisis was next with five percent of the vote. I admit, I didn├Ęt like this series at all. It would place last on my list. It featured artwork by a severely over-rated artist by the name of J.G. Jones, who by the way, couldn't finish the last four issues of the seven issue series. And the two series not receiving any votes were Millennium, DC's first weekly event comic, and The Final Night. Both were entertaining series, but they didn't have the gravitas that Crisis on Infinite Earths or Infinite Crisis had.Thanks for voting and look for a Star Trek related poll in the sidebar!

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Green Lantern Animated

In honor of Green Lantern's first animated feature, which was released this week.

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Green and Red Lanterns

Some art I've had int he 'to-do' pile for a while... Simple, yet effective.

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