The proliferation of social media is an incredible boon for lovers of comic book art, design and illustration. Sites like Flickr, Tumblr, DeviantArt and other countless blogs and feeds bombard us with a ceaseless supply of artwork by professionals
It is with regret that we must admit that in our haste to bring you only the most crucial news and commentary of the day (like Let's Be Friends Again teaming up with Adam WarRock), we let slip by an observance that was
A Conan O'Brien-inspired superhero created by the talk show host and legendary Warner Bros. animator Bruce Timm has made his first appearance with the Justice League. O'Brien and Timm (Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League Unlimited) came up with The Flaming C back in December, when Conan first realized how close his new studio was to the famous Warner Bros. Animation building. O'Brien instructed a captive Timm to design the character with loafers, fishnet stockings and garters, oven mits, a jai alai glove and "more of an ass."
After realizing that his new talk show is produced not just fifty feet away from the legendary Warner Bros. Animation building at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California, comedian Conan O'Brien rushed over to discuss comics and animation with Chief Creative Officer Peter Girardi and DC Universe animator/producer/mastermind Bruce Timm. O'Brien offered Girardi some humorously unhelpful
Landing in the sweet spot between Mego's late '70s "Pocket Super Heroes" line and Toy Biz's 1990 "Marvel Super Heroes" action figure, Mattel's 1984 Secret Wars toys spawned Marvel's first mega comics crossover and is remembered today for offering previously unmade heroes and villains, tons of vehicles, massive playsets, and wonderfully ridiculous accessories (characters sported shields that flashed between pictures of their secret and costumed identities).
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