A whole bunch of linkblogging for the week!
Reviews and Commentary
The Comic Treadmill is doing summer reruns with a look back at Flash v.2 #206-219 from 2005.
Blog@Newsarama looks at a panel from Blackest Night #1 and concludes that Barry died sometime between 1991 and 1996 if “the internet” is new to him today…and then there’s his using the term “geek” to refer to himself and Clark Kent, and Grant Morrison’s comment that “When geeks get power, you get Hitler.” Um…yeah.
Comix 411 reviews Green Lantern #44, guest starring the Flash.
Video Store Blues shows a couple of pages from the 2000 Superman and Bugs Bunny miniseries, featuring the Flash vs. the Road Runner.
The Weekly Crisis wishes DC and Marvel would engage in more world-building dealing with the impact of superheroes on Earth, like the Flash Museum and Superhero Memorial Day.
News and Interviews
CBR interviews Karl Kerschl and editor Marc Chiarello on Wednesday Comics
CBR has their own write-up of the DC Universe panel.
The Source has pictures from Geoff Johns and Dan Didio on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
The Source announces JSA All-Stars, a spinoff of Justice Society of America, and Newsarama interviews Matt Sturges.
Comics Should Be Good has a John Byrne commission showing Doctor Doom defeating various DC heroes including Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and the Flash.
CBR has The Nerdy Bird’s Flight to San Diego, including pictures of her as a Red Lantern with her custom-made plush Dex-Starr, Red Lantern Kitty of Rage!
The webcomic Kidd and Geezer presents Kiddo Cosplays at SDCC [link gone] with a trio of super-heroes who all have something in common…