I have a feeling these will be all over the internet by the time you read this, but what the heck – I’m sharing the love.
It’s a set of wonderfully done jokes in a Golden Age style featuring Superman, the Justice Society, Batman and more, by artist Kerry Callen.
You can see more here.
Updated the Zero Hour main page with a link to a CBR article about how writer Dan Jurgens originally planned to deal with the Justice Society.
The logo for the Justice Society in the upcoming series 2 of Legends of Tomorrow has been released:
I like it – it’s nice and clean, with a clear 40s/50s typeface.
Looking forward to this.
Mrs Earth-Prime and I went away over the last weekend; we’re having work done on the house so it was nice to get away from it all and go and explore a few places. One of which was the city of Brighton which we’d visited briefly before but hadn’t had the chance to wander around together. Indulging my comic hobby as she does, Mrs Earth-Prime researched the place before hand and found Dave’s Comics
which had a fantastic array of back issues all neatly arranged in boxes or on the wall.
And it was hanging on the wall that I caught sight of two comics marked up at a price that made me think “I’m on holiday . . . . I can afford that amount . . . . I should treat myself.”
So I did. A quick chat with Dave himself and I am now the owner of Justice League of America #21 and #22, featuring the first crossover with the Justice Society – the original Crisis!
It’s probably just as well that Dave’s Comics isn’t online . . . . I could easily spend a lot more money there.
Okay, I may be late but I’ve only just watched the finale for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and . . . and I literally pumped the air when this guy showed up:
And then introduced himself as Rex Tyler and name checked the Justice Society of America!
Series 2 cannot come quick enough!