Some linkblogging for the weekend….
- Flash by William Messner-Loebs: Part 3 at The Full Run, covering roughly 1990-1992. Features commentary by the writer on Pied Piper’s coming out in Flash #53 and on the airplane story, “Nobody Dies” in Flash #54.
- Flash #1 by Adam Limbert at DC Fifty-Too! Indie comic artists continue drawing covers for their version of a DC relaunch.
- Flash #4 cover process by Francis Manapul
- Zatanna vs. the Enchantresses of Two Worlds! at Comics Should Be Good (“Flash of Two Worlds” homage)
- Noblemania tracks down the actors from the 1979 live-action “Legends of the Super-Heroes” TV specials, specifically Rob Haase (Flash), Bill Nuckols (Hawkman) and Garrett Craig (Captain Marvel). Introduction, Interview Part 1, Interview Part 2
- Rabbit Skeletons? (That F’ing Monkey)
- Captain Cold’s brilliant disguise (The Rogues Kick Ass)
- Pied Piper by Francis Manapul (The Rogues Kick Ass)
- Update: Modern Myth Media Podcast #29 interviews Brian Buccellato.
- Update: Shawn Levy on what happened to his Flash movie at Collider.
More Comics Links
- Across the digital divide – Author Seanan McGuire on how ebooks can’t reach the poor, but libraries can.
- SLG goes digital-to-trade (Comics Worth Reading). Sales of individual print issues have been dropping, and sales of digital comics, while low, have been rising.
- Comic artist Minck Oosterveer has died. To honor his memory, BOOM! Studios is making the digital versions of The Unknown free at ComiXology, Graphicly, iVerse, and mydigitalcomics. Both of the Mark Waid/Minck Oosterveer miniseries are available. If you haven’t read it already, I highly recommend taking advantage of the offer. It’s a very good supernatural mystery.
- 10 Great Things about Countdown to Final Crisis from Collected Editions. Bold statement, there!
- I was tempted to leave this funny Netflix comment up, but it was also spam. Good thing I’ve got @lol_spam for that: Netflix Drunk-Dialing
- The trouble with the new Catwoman & Starfire: ComicsAlliance on liberated sexuality vs. objectifying fantasy. Illustrated with scans from Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 and Catwoman #1, so don’t read this at work.
- Ongoings vs. miniseries: Is one better? (Robot 6)
- Marv Wolfman on the long road to Teen Titans: Games (CBR)
- Dennis O'Neil on the *original* DC reboot. ComicMix – DENNIS O’NEIL: The Original Reboot (ComicMix)
- Update: Shortpacked! on the new Starfire. Really, how did DC mess up the opportunity to target the 2,000,000 people who watched the Teen Titans cartoon in a revamp designed for bringing in new readers?