Monday, November 7, 2011

Define "All-Star"

Admittedly, I haven't been keeping up with DC Comics, but I'm pretty sure "Larfleeze" is not an "All-Star." Behold the 2012 DC Universe All-Stars:






If these are the figures that are going to retail, I'd hate to see what figures are going to be in the subscription plan.

5 comments:

  1. Since his introduction Lar-Fleeze has been straight up beloved - of the new characters introduced during that forever long Green Lantern saga, I'd say only Dex-Starr has passed him up. I'd say he's in fair company with the forever maligned Superboy-Prime and Batman Beyond.

    Plastic Man is a straight up God Pimp. He is slumming here.

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  2. Why does Plastic Man look like he's all Roid-Raged? I didn't recognize him at first.

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  3. The Orange Lantern has become popular, when he was first introduced, he immediately became a popular villain. Today, like Sinestro, he has become more ambiguous, but beloved. Check out his Christmas Special

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  4. I don't know about his personality, but he looks terrible. The first 3 all look terrible, and Batman's design really doesn't translate into this super muscular look.

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  5. Larfleeze is most certainly an All Star!

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