6:18:35 PM: Batman’s story is getting more intriguing
6:19:21 PM: Kamandi makes me want to re-read Tellos.
6:20:35 PM: I love the giant splash page on Metamorpho! (And the joke about a subscription to Element Dog!)
6:23:15 PM: That’s an awful lot of typos in Teen Titans for a one page story.
6:25:43 PM: It must suck to have only one soldier to defend your capital city.
6:29:04 PM: When I think “Wonder Woman,” I always think of a talking, glowing fish for a sidekick. (Okay, maybe not.)
6:33:27 PM: Whoa, awkward moment for Barry, Iris and Barry!
6:34:26 PM: The different coloring techniques stand out more this week, too.
6:35:49 PM: I can see a paradox brewin’, though.
6:36:57 PM: Hah! “Stately Blood Manor.”
6:41:47 PM: The Demon and the Cat. Yes, Demon and the Cat. One is a burglar, the other’s a prat.
6:45:55 PM: Hey, kids! Learn Hawkman’s secret sign language! You too can join the Junior JSA!
Hawkman was much improved this week, even with the silly “OK” sign. I’m still not sold on Baker all the way but in general I liked this strip.
Overall a very strong offering of strips once again! I hope this project becomes an annual summer event.
.-= Luke’s latest blog post: Waiting In The Wings — 7/15/2009 =-.
Wonder Woman and Teen Titans are both interesting in terms of the art styles used, but both could be better in a lot of ways. One way is the writing. I would go into more detail but this is both Kelson’s blog and a blog about The Flash. Regarding this week’s The Flash page I can’t help but feel that the paradox is part of Grodd’s scheme. I also agree with Luke about the annual event idea.
“The Demon and the Cat. Yes, Demon and the Cat. One is a burglar, the other’s a prat.”
Thanks! I was hoping someone would get that!