Clever. Very clever.
Clever. Very clever.
With an author as prolific as Stephen King, it’s no surprise his universe is expansive — but did you know most of his works are connected to one another? Here are some of the craziest connections, from the surface-level to the ones you might have missed.
The tipping point is quickly approaching. Three Justice Leagues is two too many, and a showdown is only a matter of time.
The zombie apocalypse is officially here, and it’s bloody beautiful.
Also: Guardians of the Galaxy looks funny! And Captain America: The Winter Soldier looks good!
The show celebrated its 20th anniversary at Comic-Con, and based off of the fan reactions, we all want to believe in a reboot!
Warner Bros. just made DC Comics best bromance official at Comic-Con.
Riddick Smiddick. This is the news everyone will be talking about.
After all, there’s more than one kind of Amazon princess. Even if it’s only in cartoons, DC appears to be trying to add more ethnic diversity to their line-up.
You should probably print this post out before the Internet is gone forever.
In brightest day, in blackest night… These heroes would make great lanterns, right?
Even mutants and super-geniuses go to high school. And they have the embarrassing photos to prove it
When you look good, you look good.
These demons of the night are way more terrifying than vampires (or vampire bats) will ever be.
Behind every mighty superhero is an even mightier publicist. Made by tumblr artist Kim McG.
The superhero textile industry has come a long way in the last 70 years.
For all my commuters on the G train, the 6 train, the Red line and the T.
Commence fangirling now.
Maybe all that black spandex was an upgrade after all. After the success of the Legion of Real Life Supervillains, artist Butcher Billy returns by transplanting comic characters into their blockbuster counterparts.
Ever find yourself wondering who in the DC and Marvel universes woud be best friends? So did artist Darren Rawlings with his Little Friends series of drawings. It’s like that DC vs. Marvel event from the ’90s, only tiny and cute.
Fighting crime can be fashion forward and comfortable. Artist Michael Lee Lunsford managed to maintain the iconic integrity of these costumes without imminent wardrobe malfunctions.
The answer: way more functional for fighting crime.
The cast is basically the justice league so this isn’t too far off.
Behold, Gotham’s giffening… (via batman-on-film.com)
THERE’S A SPIDER ON YOUR FACE! Oh it’s just Chad Roberts, El Capitan and Minister of Information of the RVA Beard League.
You know, like NASCAR. Artist Roberto Vergati Santos imagines a future where capitalism intersects with caped crusaders.