T-Shirt: Apple vs. the Flash

Today’s Shirt Woot features yet another visual pun linking Apple’s war on the Flash animation format to the super-hero.

The T-shirts, designed by Lim Heng Swee, are already sold out at the $10 debut price, but they’ll be back tomorrow at $15.

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.

(Tip of the hat to @ElfGrove for the news, and @ryanoneil for pointing out that they’ll be back tomorrow!)


7 thoughts on “T-Shirt: Apple vs. the Flash

  1. kyer

    Well, at least it was Barry who bit the poisoned Apple. Now who gets to be caste as Prince (Princess?) Charming?

    (Honestly, that picture is both funny and kind of disturbing. I can see the next one being of Barry circa Crisis only he’s running around a giant Apple logo rather than the AntiMonitor cannon trying to blow it up.)

      1. Kyer

        Heh..Barry would be killed yet again by either Iris or Bruce Wayne if he let Diana kiss him. (Going by DCAU Starcrossed on the last. The LOOK Batz gave Wally when Diana showed a personal interest was lethal.)

        What’s really sad is that I own a Mac and am now torn between loyalties. Can’t we all just get along? jk

        1. Kelson Post author

          You’ve seen the JLU episode, “This Little Piggy,” right?

          I love Macs and my iPod (classic), but I’m not too enthused about Apple as a company these days.

          1. Kyer

            Is there a JL fan who has NOT seen Little Miss Piggy? *snicker* That was a classic and I wish they had added that bit (may have been just a rumor) at the end with The Joker.)

            Apple used to be really good. Now I’m ticked at them just for the fact that they don’t seem to care that it’s not nice for all their customers to keep making security updates an All-In-One affair (now up to 240MB in size and always growing) that are becoming impossible to download unless you have hi-speed internet.
            They didn’t used to be this way until they got popular. I kind of curse Ipods for turning them into uncaring monsters. 🙁


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