Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Flash #314(Oct. 1982)

"Gutless scum-eating punks"?!? The moment Barry uses that line in a new DC comic book is the moment I become a fan of his for life!

Flash #101(May 1995)

Reason #547 as to why Impulse was awesome.

Flash #92(July 1994)

Here it is, the first time my favorite member of the Flash family, Bart Allen, graced the pages of a DC comic book!

Flash #140(Aug. 1998)

Can anybody please explain to me why Mirror Master and Capt. Boomerang were at the funeral of Wally West's wife Linda? Anybody???

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

All Flash #1(Sept. 2007)

Wow... I really wish Inertia was still alive and kicking. Now THAT is what you call pure evil.

Flash #241(Aug. 2008)

I'm not even sure what to say about this scene, it's one of those scenes that speaks for itself.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Flash #223(Aug. 2005)

Zoom was an awesome villain. The twisted sense of justice, the look, the bizarre manner of speech, Zoom had it all.

Flash #215(Dec. 2004)

I'm sorry, but Barry Allen running down everybody elses rogues made me laugh.(there you go Robert, Barry Allen and Ollie talking... In color!!!)

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Young Justice #1(Sept. 1998)

Ah yes, Mighty Endowed... Leave it to Peter David...(there you go Jason, Mighty Endowed, in all her glory!)

Nightwing #10(July 1997)

My question would be why does it say "To be continued" at the bottom of the page? What exactly is being continued?(there you go Kello, Nightwing battling Scarecrow)

Saturday, September 26, 2009

West Coast Avengers #45(June 1989)

Every time I read this scene I can't help but laugh...(yeah, it's not Vision phasing or fighting, but I always get a kick out of this pic Kello)

Professor Xavier and the X-Men #16(Feb. 1997)

Old school X-Men action with a slight 90's twist.(hope this pic helps out Matthew)

Friday, September 25, 2009

Green Arrow #40(Sept. 2004)

Let's face it, Ollie probably had it coming!(ask and ye shall recieve Jason!)

Return of Superman TPB

Well, this is kind of a picture of Cyborg Superman and Steel together...(sadly Kello, this was the best Cyborg Superman/Steel scene I could find)

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Ultimate Six #5(Feb. 2004)

Hey look, it's Ultimate Spider-Man and Ultimate Thor!(yeah, I'm stretching it here, but I'd say they're together, right Kello?)

Black Canary: Wedding Planner #1(Nov. 2007)Black Canary #3(Oct. 2007)

Here we have Ollie and Dinah having a sparring session.And here we just have Dinah beating Ollie down.(Well, these aren't exactly pics of Ollie and Dinah having a fist fight, it's a start Jason)

Justice League of America #13(Aug. 1962)

Some old school JLA action!(there you go Robert, Barry and Ollie having a conversation, while they're both still alive!)

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Salvation Run #5(May 2008)

Here we have the Joker making a joke at Catwoman's expense... OK, it's not much of a joke, but still...(there's another one Jason, if you want to count that lame "joke"!)

Green Arrow #7(Oct. 2001)

Here's a pic of Ollie visiting Barry Allen in heaven... Hey, wait a minute, why is Barry there???(There you go Robert!)

Wonder Woman #24(Nov. 2008), Wonder Woman #33(Aug. 2009), Wonder Woman #34(Sept. 2009)

Here we have mention of Wonder Woman's "rear end"Next up is a mention of WW's hand... OK, so I stretched things a bit there...And finally mention of WW... Ahem, bosom.(That's one down Jason!)

Captain America #374(Aug. 1990)

Here we have Bullseye throwing a flashlight and a shovel at Captain America, pretty random items if I do say so myself!(That's another one down Kello!)

Avengers: The Initiative #2(June 2007)

Hey look, it's former President George W. Bush giving Hank Pym a Presidential Medal of Freedom.(That's one down Kello!)

Monday, September 21, 2009

Starman #75(March 2001)

Looking back at my entire comic collection, and all of the books I've managed to acquire over the years, I've got to say, James Robinson's Starman is my all-time favorite series. Nuff said.

Avengers Forever #5(April 1999)

I forgot just how great this maxi-series was... Pym pretending he wasn't Pym, and Hawkeye being his regular abrasive self made for some great(and hilarious)storytelling.

Nightwing #63(Jan. 2002)

I miss Ted Cord... He was 100 times better then the current Blue Beetle.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day #2(July 2003)

Look at the first panel, read the dialogue and see what you think. Am I the only one getting a really perverted read there? Maybe my mind is just in the gutter or something...

Wolverine Origins #17(Nov. 2007)

I don't have any quips to add to this pic, I just like it.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Lex Luthor: Man of Steel #5(Sept. 2005)

Then you wonder why Lex is a bit unhinged... Imagine if you had to deal with Superman staring in your window all the time!

Spider-Man: 101 Ways to end the Clone Saga #1(Jan. 1997)

You know what the crazy thing is? The fact that Marvel actually used a variation of this story during "One More Day"!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Batman: A Death in the Family TPB

Jeez, even by today's standards, Jason Todd's death was pretty vicious... That final scene with Bats and Jason's body is pretty powerful.Check out the quote by Denny O'Neil towards the bottom. Funny stuff!

X-Men #25(Oct. 1993)

Awesome Stuff here. Fatal Attractions is easily my second favorite X-Men story ever.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Arsenal #2(Nov. 1998)

I always wind up getting a kick out of Roy. He may just be my favorite comic book archer.

House of M: Iron Man #1(Sept. 2005)

You know what? For the most part I actually enjoyed the "House of M" storyline! Shocking, no?

Monday, September 14, 2009

Superboy #97(April 2002)

I don't know what's more surprising, the fact that Superboy has to wash his own dishes, or the fact that his solo comic went 100 issues! I'm as big a fan of SB as the next guy, but his series was pretty brutal at times!

Uncanny X-Men #216(April 1987)

Remember when Wolverine was still mysterious and interesting?

Flash #41(Aug. 1990)

Ah the early 90's... Wally West was our Flash and the villains still used corny dialogue.

Cable #49(Dec. 1997)

Wow, that is a lot of words!

Sunday, September 13, 2009