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Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Blue and Gold may be lost to the DCnU, but their adventures continue in Eyz's latest Heroes! / Supperbuddies! strip.
There's something mighty wrong with the DCnU if it means that Manhunter no longer likes cookies. Clicking on the image above will take you to a much larger (and easier to read) version at heroes-comix.blogspot.com.
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
You know you've made it when your site masthead appears in other site's web comics. Hey, if Eyz can borrow the Boosterrific.com logo, the least I can do in return is
steal promote his latest Heroes! strip.
It's funny because it's topical. And it's funny. (And those Sexy Spanders™ still look better than his DCnU costume.)
To see the larger, original-sized strip or to read Eyz's other strips, head over to heroes-comix.blogspot.com.
Monday, April 11, 2011
Over in the Boosterrific forum, Eyz let us that he has a new Superbuddies! comic up at the strips's new home, heroes-comix.blogspot.com. The first panel is below. Click the image to read the rest of the strip (in higher definition!) at Eyz's new Heroes! website.
Todays strip reminds me of the frame story in 1988's Secret Origins #35, where Martian Manhunter chastised Booster for trying to cash in on the Justice League's good name. It wouldn't be too many more years later before the League would set up a gift shop in New York City to cash in on its own no-longer-so-good name. Ah, nostalgia. Yesterday's drama is today's comedy gold.
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