DC, if you’re reading (maybe you are, maybe you aren’t, and if you aren’t, why aren’t you?) you might want to get a hold of today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day artist, Jay Brant, and print a ba-million and a half of these on t-shirts.  I bet you’d sell ’em all.

“Gone, gone the form of man! Rise the Demon, Etrigan!” Other than the Green Lantern oath, there’s not anything in comics more fun to say out loud. Did anyone else love the Demon’s appearance in the Batman Animated Series?! Coolness!

via Deviant Art

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  1. ~wyntermute~
    June 16, 2009 at 3:29 pm — Reply

    Gone, gone the form of man! Rise the Demon, CUTIGAN!!!!!! AWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!! This hits the six-year-old girl in me RIGHT in the kawaii! In fact, he almost looks like a childhood fishmaaaaan — the precursor to the teenage fishman. :)

  2. June 16, 2009 at 4:46 pm — Reply

    I thought the Baby Etrigan came from a Justice League Unlimited episode…

    To The Internet!

    “Etrigan also appeared as one of the many members of the expanded Justice League in Justice League Unlimited. In the episode “Kid’s Stuff”, he is turned into a baby when all adults have been banished to another dimension by Le Fey’s son, Mordred. When Green Lantern points out that he needs a diaper change, Batman says “that is a job for Superman”. He is restored to normal by the end of the episode”

    Thx wikipedia.

  3. Bob
    June 16, 2009 at 7:22 pm — Reply

    Hm…and here I thought it was Gargoyle of the Defenders…

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