This week’s The Line it is Drawn is all about TV superheroes meeting. The entry by Xum Yukinori features a Flash (1990)/Flash (2014) mashup with the John Wesley Shipp incarnations of Barry Allen and Jay Garrick in an homage to the classic Infantino/Anderson cover for Flash #137, “Vengeance of the Immortal Villain.”
Head over to CSBG to see crossovers with 1970s Wonder Woman and Captain America, Batman ’66 and Gotham, and more!
Last week’s The Line it is Drawn post at Comics Should Be Good features Flash team-up art, including this piece by Xum Yukinori. Head over there for a whole mess of team-ups including Rainbow Dash, Cheetara, the Whizzer, the droid BB-8 from the new Star Wars, plus less speedy partners like the Rocketeer, the Spirit, the Savage Dragon and more. Also: Professor Xum.
Firestorm Fan alerted me to a great series of art by Steve Garcia: super-heroes shown all in silhouette. Head over to his gallery on DeviantArt, or look at more Flash and Rogues art after the jump! Continue reading →
Last week, Flash co-writer Brian Buccellato posted photos to Instagram and Twitter of his brand-new Flash tattoo. Long-term readers may recognize the design as the original, now unused, Francis Manapul cover for Flash #3. Continue reading →
Hey Speed Readers,
So for my birthday a friend and co-worker of mine, Libby ‘Geuna’ Devins painted an excellent piece of yours truly in full Flash regalia.
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DC has released 20 new stylized posters to their DC Collectibles store.
(via The Beat and The Source.)