Booster Gold makes an appearance on Batman: The Brave and the Bold airing this week on the Cartoon Network.Â Now if there could only be a flashback story featuring Booster and Ted Kord, that would rock. More after the jump.
Well it was fun while it lasted Has it really been three years?Â Three years since Infinite Crisis introduced readers to Jaime Reyes, a teenager who picked up a scarab and became the new Blue Beetle?Â In three years weâ€™ve seen Jaime learn to use his powers to fight crime, defeat an alien invasion, land a super hot girlfriend, and build an extended family of those willing to go the distance to help him in his battle against those that would do evil.Â Itâ€™s too bad everything comes crashing down on Jaimeâ€™s head in this final issue. Well, Ted Kord
If ABC doesn’t screw this up, Better Off Ted looks to be one heck of a funny show. Better Off Ted is a satirical office comedy featuring a successful but morally conscious man, Ted, who runs a research and development department at a morally questionable corporation, Veridian Technologies. No achievement is too far fetched and no invention too unorthodox for Veridian. Need a suicidal turkey? Done. Need a metal that is hard as steel but bounces – and is edible? Done and done. Ted loves his seemingly perfect job; he loves his superhuman boss, Veronica, and colleagues Lem, Phil and
This excerpt from a 1970 edition of NBS Nightly News (anchored by NBS stalwart Ted Philips) features a special report from co-anchor Jim Sizemore looking back at ten years of Dr Manhattan. Gotta love viral marketing.Â I hope there is a lot more of this stuff coming our way between now and March 6.
In this TED Talk, Scott McCloud summarizes his Understanding Comics tome, very brilliantly. In this unmissable look at the magic of comics, Scott McCloud bends the presentation format into a cartoon-like experience, where colorful diversions whiz through childhood fascinations and imagined futures that our eyes can hear and touch. You should watch this, even if it is just for the amazing presentation that he put together. via Ted.com
As the big opening day approaches, we’ll have a face off between each of the Watchmen characters and their Charlton originals.Â This week we’re putting Dan Dreibert/Nite Owl in the ring with his counterpart Ted Kord/Blue Beetle. Who will win? Who will lose? FIGHT!