This week’s Flash #49 has a variant cover by Neal Adams and Frank Miller, inspired by Adams’ cover for Superman #317. The 13th Dimension interviews Neal Adams about the cover process and working with Miller, and shows different stages of the art process.
I’ve been able to get to HeroesCon for Day One…and will return for Day Three on Sunday. Here are some of the Flash fans…and some bonus pics as well. There is one pic of Marcio Takara, who filled in for a couple of issue of The Flash. Later, I got him to sign a variant cover of one of his Flash issues. And yes, that is yours truly posing with the great Neal Adams!
I enjoyed taking pics not only of the cosplayers…but anyone wearing a Flash t-shirt. btw…the Barry Allen cosplayer was amazing! Here are the pics:
Some Friday morning linkblogging…
Remember that interview with Carmine Infantino last week? The legendary artist was unhappy about how he was portrayed in the article, and has fired back a complaint at the interviewer. The Beat has the whole story.
CBR goes in-depth with Ethan Van Sciver, talking with the artist about everything from Cyberfrog and Impulse to Green Lantern: Rebirth, Blackest Night, and Flash: Rebirth.
The Half Hour Wasted podcast devotes its latest episode to Ethan Van Sciver. Despite the name, it’s actually over two hours long, and the artist talks about topics as varied as his recent trip to South Africa, balancing previews against spoilers (apparently none of the solicited covers for Flash: Rebirth issues 4-6 are the “real” cover — I’m guessing that the cover for #5 is mostly the same image, only with Professor Zoom instead of the Black Flash), redesigning Sinestro, and much, much more.
CBR presents the second monthly Geoff Johns Prime question-and-answer column.
Marc Guggenheim will attempt to re-imagine the campy Battlestar Galactica spin-off Galactica 1980 as a comic book.
Comics in Crisis has Attack of the Cartoon Heroes part 2, including a Justice League clip.
Castle Vardulon presents: the amazing single-sentence continuity error from Flash v.1 #133.
Comics Should Be Good looks at DC’s June 1965 covers, including Flash v.1 #153, featuring Professor Zoom and the Mightiest Punch of All Time!
Silver Age Comics looks back on Neal Adams’ Brave and the Bold run, including his take on guest stars like the Flash.
Blog@Newsarama has an interesting idea: What if the JLA membership were chosen by DC’s sales rankings?