I particularly like the use of the earpiece as the flag.
On a related note, while Mimobot has the current license for actual DC Comics-inspired flash drives, they’ve been sticking with the Batman and Green Lantern characters for now. You’d think someone over there would see the inherent appeal of a Flash flash drive.
Today’s TeeFury T-shirt is a picture of a camera fully equipped with a flash — or rather, the Flash.
Like Woot (source of the Flash vs. Apple shirt), TeaFury sells one design each day, but unlike Woot, they don’t offer second chances. The design by artist Joao Lauro Fonte will only be available until midnight EDT (sorry I didn’t spot it earlier), so if you want one, run over and buy it fast. They’ll be gone…in a flash. Update: They’re all gone now.
Something else I spotted at the convention:
I don’t know how long Graphitti has been selling these, but this was the first I’d seen them!
Today’s Shirt Woot features yet another visual pun linking Apple’s war on the Flash animation format to the super-hero.
As always, the write-up is worth checking out for gems like this:
Listen, Adobe. I come to you under a white flag to try and warn you: a little collateral damage like a dead JLA member isn’t going to stop this guy. He’s put out an iFatwa on all things Flash, and he doesn’t let a failed launch set him back.
Two weeks’ worth of linkblogging, so you’ll probably have seen a lot of these by now…
Paxton Holley has found a comic in which Superman Becomes the Flash (Action Comics #314, 1964)
Chris Samnee sketches Flash vs. Captain Cold at C2E2.
Mr. Maczaps presents Death in the form of the Black Flash.
Bobby Timony draws Jay Garrick (also at C2E2).
By now you’ve probably all seen this visual pun on Flash and the iPad using Alex Ross’ art.
The Top Cow Panel at C2E2 has some incredible samples of Kenneth Rocafort’s art from the upcoming Velocity miniseries.
The webcomic Comic Critics tackles Greg Rucka leaving DC.
Comic Book Resources has put together a Comics Twitter Directory
Cinema Spy considers how the new status quo seen in Flash #1 might influence the Flash movie.
Some Friday morning linkblogging…
Once Upon a Geek presents the Justice League #1 cover redone with action figures
Newsarama writes about the Secret Origins of Geoff Johns and Kevin Feige in the office of Richard Donner.
Abbracadabbling looks at the long road to a Flash movie.
Comics Should Be Good contends that Kurt Buseik unwittingly ruined DC/Marvel super-hero comics.
Living Between Wednesdays is annoyed by a revelation in Green Lantern #52 that doesn’t line up with current scientific cosmology…or even the rest of DC’s space mythology.
Top Cow’s Filip Sablik talks about Information Overload at Newsarama — a topic which Geoff Johns has brought up on several occasions when talking about his new approach to the Flash.
This noscans_daily Macro Monday thread includes some funny Flash Rogues captions. (For those who aren’t on LiveJournal, the “Adult Content Warning” is a blanket one for the group. Last I looked, this thread was still work-safe.)
And on a similar, but more canon note, What Were They Thinking?! presents the Flash vs. Captain Pantsless.
Update: An April Fool’s joke from Screen Rant: Michael Cera cast as the Flash.