It is Monday afterall, and that means your heavy duty partying over the weekend is finally catching up to you.  And after that impending doom story that appeared in DC’s Blackest Night #0 given away this past weekend during Free Comic Book Day, you’re going to want to start the morning off right.

Thanks to Stevie Cool for that.  Make sure you head over to the Major Spoilers Forum, and check out the rest of his side splitting submissions. Meme anyone?


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  1. I am excited about Blackest Night, but a bit disgusted with DC’s treatment of the original Crisis survivors (not to mention Martian Manhunter).

    First of all, Kal-L deserves more respect than this. Dan Dididio needs a f*cking enema. Seriously!

    Secondly, if you’re going to do zombie Kal-L and an inevitable confrontation/show down between him and Power Girl, I expect to see zombie Lois of Earth-2 and zombie Luthor of Earth-3 tussle, since the latter is responsible for the death of the former. I also want to zombie Luthor and the Joker kiss and make up (preferably with a hunk of Joker’s face in LL’s teeth). Ditto zombie Luthor and live Luthor.

    I have no illusions that this isn’t going to be an unnecessarily violent gore-fest, as DC seems to have traded in shock and schlock for story-telling. Fine; it is what it is. But it can still be good or a complete crapfest – I hope it’s the former.

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