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Scribblenauts Unmasked ran a contest recently inviting deviantART members to create their own Scribblenauts version of favorite DC Comics characters. Below are three Firestorm-themed entries! Enjoy! Firestorm, The Nuclear Man by Bladien ...
Scribblenauts Unmasked ran a contest recently inviting deviantART members to create their own Scribblenauts version of favorite DC Comics characters. Below are three Firestorm-themed entries! Enjoy! Firestorm, The Nuclear Man by Bladien - Click image below to enlarge Firestorm by Bwahhahahaaa - Click image below to enlarge Let’s Go by Zenero - Click image below to enlarge Firestorm + Flash + Superman + Cyborg. Plus, Supergirl + Wonder Woman Such creative entries! Click here for the details on the Scribblenauts Unmasked contest (now over). While the Firestorm entries didn’t win, this fantastic Aquaman entry was one of the winners! Support Firestorm (and Scribblenauts Unmasked)! Fan the flame!
about 4 hours ago
DC has added dozens of digital collections to ComiXology and Google Play, including four Flash books: Move Forward Rogues Revolution Flash: Rebirth Flashpoint In the case of ComiXology it’s not a big change, since the individual ...
DC has added dozens of digital collections to ComiXology and Google Play, including four Flash books: Move Forward Rogues Revolution Flash: Rebirth Flashpoint In the case of ComiXology it’s not a big change, since the individual issues have been online since 2011 (along with a much, much deeper catalog). It just makes it a little easier to buy a complete story, and it looks like it’s slightly cheaper to buy the collection than the individual issues. In the case of Google Play, it opens the audience up to Android tablet owners who don’t have a dedicated comic book app such as ComiXology or DC’s branded ComiXology app. DC has a much fuller catalog in individual issues on ComiXology, as well as collections on the Kindle, iBooks and Nook stores. And apparently I missed the fact that individual issues are also available on those platforms as well, and have been since last November. It’s not clear how much of the back catalog can be found on these sites. I can’t see the iBooks store at all, and Amazon isn’t set up to make it easy to browse a long series. The Nook store does let me look at a series, but only seems to have backissues that were released since early 2013. No sign of the Brightest Day Flash issues, though they have the collections of Dastardly Death… and Road to Flashpoint, and the Wally West issues start at #84 and have a lot of gaps. I suspect if I went back over my weekly release posts, I’d find those gaps are where DC skipped over issues that had already been posted on ComiXology. I’ve spot-checked a few issues I saw (and didn’t see) on the Nook store over at Amazon, and it looks like the same issues are present — and missing — there. I’d guess iBooks probably lines up with that catalog as well. -- Kelson. The post Digital Flash Collections at ComiXology and Google Play appeared first on Speed Force.
about 12 hours ago
waterwindow: "I sensed someone was helping me." I ship the thing because I can (6/?) Albert Desmond and Barry Allen
waterwindow: "I sensed someone was helping me." I ship the thing because I can (6/?) Albert Desmond and Barry Allen
about 12 hours ago
ohhicas: help
ohhicas: help
about 12 hours ago
A new report from Radar Online indicates that actor/writer/producer, Larry David could be in contention to play the role of Mister Mxyzptlk in the 2015 follow-up to the blockbuster hit, "Man of Steel". According to the report, an inside...
A new report from Radar Online indicates that actor/writer/producer, Larry David could be in contention to play the role of Mister Mxyzptlk in the 2015 follow-up to the blockbuster hit, "Man of Steel". According to the report, an insider has revealed that David has been talking to his good friend and Brentwood, CA neighbor, Ben Affleck (who is of course set to play Batman in the film) about the idea of him portraying the role of the fifth dimensional trickster who has been a constant thorn in Superman's side since his introduction in Superman #30 (September, 1944).
about 14 hours ago
Warner Bros. Home Video have released the first look at Superman (voiced by Alan Tudyk) from "Justice League: War"; the upcoming 18th release from Warner Home Video's popular series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies. "Justice Lea...
Warner Bros. Home Video have released the first look at Superman (voiced by Alan Tudyk) from "Justice League: War"; the upcoming 18th release from Warner Home Video's popular series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies. "Justice League: War" involves the world under attack by an alien species led by Darkseid which results in Batman and Green Lantern gathering a group of superheroes together for the first time to form the Justice League.
about 14 hours ago
jayjustinspecial: Cold Chick Cold captain: ……
jayjustinspecial: Cold Chick Cold captain: ……
about 15 hours ago
meindraws: Falling asleep. Absolutely lovely!
meindraws: Falling asleep. Absolutely lovely!
about 16 hours ago
The legendary comic-book artist, NEAL ADAMS is on the hunt for more than a hundred valuable sketches he left in a NYC Yellow Taxi Cab and he has even put his talents to work in the search by drawing a portrait of the driver (shown up ab...
The legendary comic-book artist, NEAL ADAMS is on the hunt for more than a hundred valuable sketches he left in a NYC Yellow Taxi Cab and he has even put his talents to work in the search by drawing a portrait of the driver (shown up above). Neal Adams, best known for drawing Batman and Green Arrow, forgot to take two portfolio books out of the trunk of a Crown Victoria taxi at about 7:40 pm on September?4th, 2013. The books were in a beige tote bag bearing an image of Bucky O’Hare, a cartoon and comic-book rabbit. Adams’ daughter, Kristine Stone, said the sketches in the books are worth tens of thousands of dollars. Each book had about 30 pages. About 100 to 120 sketches were lost. “We need everyone’s help, and, hopefully, the artwork will be found,” Stone said. So, if anyone steps into a cab in New York today talk about this to your cab driver and if you are in a Crown Victoria cab (That's the 4 door kind) ask if you can look in his trunk. Remember, there is a reward!
about 16 hours ago
Check out these amazing photos our good buddy Benjy shared with us the other day. he recently went to a Car Show Event in New Jersey dressed-up as the Prince of Crime, The Joker! While there he got to see some amazing automobiles. They h...
Check out these amazing photos our good buddy Benjy shared with us the other day. he recently went to a Car Show Event in New Jersey dressed-up as the Prince of Crime, The Joker! While there he got to see some amazing automobiles. They had the 1966 BATMAN TV Series Batmobile, The Munster Drag-U-LA Hot Rod Car from the Classic TV Show, The Dukes of Hazzard Car, and much much more! Here are some pics of him with George Barris ( the creator of the 1966 Batmobile and other famous TV & Movie Cars ). Also, in the last pic, Benjy got to meet with Butch Patrick who played "Eddie Munster" on the 1960's Munsters TV Show. (Thanks to Benjy for sharing your AWESOME pics! Oh yeah, and your costume/make-up looks great too!)
about 16 hours ago