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    Rutgers Geek Week (FTW) (by RutgersStudentLife) | 

    Feel so great to finally be able to share this video. It was a hell of a lot of fun working with Adam WarRock and Joey Miller on the shoot. Hope you all enjoy!


    Animated Greg Capullo and Patrick Gleason

    Original illustrations by Greg Capullo and
    Patrick Gleason

    Asked me to do it…good idea, all in one place.
    There could be more soon.
    Soon as I find the right ones .

    These are insane.

    Injustice - 15 Minutes of Gameplay EVO 2012 (by IGNentertainment) | 

    This could either be a really awesome game, or really horrible. I do like some of the character redesigns for the game and the approach of giving the characters more armored costumes than the traditional spandex. 


    The Cat, The Bat, & The Reckoning.
    T H E  L E G E N D  E N D S. 07. 20. 12.

    Had to reblog this.

    The Dark Knight Rises - Official Trailer #3 [HD] (by WarnerBrosPictures) | 

    I am excited for The Avengers, but this is the comic book movie I have been waiting for. I really can’t wait anymore. I’m glad they seem to have cleaned up Bane’s voice audio, and I’m also glad the are still being somewhat ambiguous about Catwoman’s role in the movie.

    DC may be its own Villain | 


    The previous logo, introduced in 2005 and designed by Brainchild Studios, was met with some trepidation as it replaced the iconic “bullet” logo designed by Milton Glaser in 1977 but seems to have eventually found its place among readers who are now in upset mode with this new logo. And with good reason. For various reasons. There is nothing superhero-ish about it; it could be for any book publisher or sticker maker, and this doesn’t mean the logo has to have a shield or an insignia or swooshes but for a logo working in an industry full of rich visual cues, it’s a shame it can’t draw from it. The sticker peeling/page turning concept is something many of us have done in the sketch phase at some point, heck I have even presented it to a client, and that’s where it should stay as there is nothing particularly original about it. But let’s assume it’s the right way to go, there is a lack of finish in the execution and it might be the clunky way the “C” closes, which was done to make sure it is visible, but few “C”s we use day to day look like that, they are usually more open and they end at nicer angles, not 0°. The visual idea has merit, there is an interesting relation revealed between the “D” and the “C” but it’s not properly pulled (pun!) off. And the typography underneath the monogram seems to be a complete afterthought.

    We’ll have to wait to see how the logo is implemented, beyond a black-and-white submission for trademark protection.”


    Comics Alliance points us to these awesome Dr. Seuss/Batman mash ups by DeviantArt user DrFaustusAU.


    Martin Luther King Memorial | 

    Looks like such a cool memorial. I can’t wait to go down and see t first hand.

    Black Canary/Green Arrow - Esquire July 1972



    Black Canary/Green Arrow - Esquire July 1972

    (via dcu)


    Slightly surprised that this was the “most memorable” of the 75 choices, but that’s just me.

    CLICK HERE to see CBR’s list of The 75 Most Memorable Moments in DC Comics History.

    I’m not exactly surprised, but looking at the moments listed, I would not be able to choose. 

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