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Will Slipknot Appear in the Suicide Squad Movie?

Hold on to your flaming hair, Match-heads! Rumors are abound that actor Adam Beach’s mysterious role in the Suicide Squad movie will be … wait for it … SLIPKNOT! Get the details over at Screen Rant.

Is Adam Beach Playing Slipknot in the Suicide Squad movie

That’s right! The Larcenous Lariat might be making his way to the silver screen! You can tell your grandchildren, you knew this mega-hit character (destined to surpass Iron Man’s popularity) from his days as a Firestorm rogue!

Okay, you can probably tell I’m poking a bit of fun at Slipknot’s expense. I truly love the character (Fury of Firestorm #28 was the first Firestorm comic I ever bought), but he’s absolutely a fourth- or fifth-tier character. The fact that he can hold his own against Firestorm is pretty ridiculous. He’s a guy with trick rope. That’s his entire gimmick. Alternatively, he would be an ideal foe for Green Arrow and other street-level folks (an idea put forward by our good friend Diabolu Frank). Also worth mentioning is that we openly mock Slipknot on a regular basis over on our FIRE & WATER PODCAST.

One thing Slipknot has going for him is his unique costume design. With that creatively decorated mask, open sleeves, and exposed ribs, his look really works in a comic. Unfortunately, he’s unlikely to wear anything even remotely similar in the film. My suspicion is that Slipknot will serve one purpose in the film; to demonstrate how deadly it can be to oppose the mission. In the comics he lost an arm. In a film, it might just be his life.

Looking forward to seeing how this develops! My thanks to Lil’ Chad BokelmanDaniel Cynical AdamsAaron Head Moss, Charles Barnard, and Michael Wagner for the heads-up on this news!

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Xenomorphs (Aliens) and Film Franchises – FIRE & WATER #122

Fire and Water PodcastThe 122nd episode of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST is now available for your listening pleasure! THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST is the official podcast of FIRESTORM FAN and THE AQUAMAN SHRINE.

Aquaman, Firestorm, AND Shag have the week off, so Rob is joined by RADIO VS. THE MARTIANS host Mike Gillis to discuss the ALIENS films and when movie franchises ignore previous installments.

You can find the 122nd episode of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST on iTunes. While you’re there, please drop us a review on the iTunes page. Every comment helps! Alternatively, you may play the podcast using the player below or by right-clicking “download”, choosing “Save Target/Link As”, and selecting a location on your computer to save the file (61 MB).

As always, thanks to my co-host Rob Kelly, Sea King of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE, for doing all the post-production on these episodes! Closing music by James Horner.

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Amazing Heroes Previews of Firestorm from the 1980s

I love old comic advertisements. With my background in marketing and having worked as a comics retailer, I find this stuff fascinating! Today we’re featuring a number of Firestorm promotional blurbs from Amazing Heroes. If you’re not familiar with Amazing Heroes, it was a magazine about comic books published by Fantagraphics Books from 1981 to 1992. It regularly featured industry news, comics creator interviews, histories of comic book characters, and reviews. It was the precursor to publications like Wizard Magazine, but without the price guide and overly-hyped content.

These promotions cover issues starting around Fury of Firestorm #22, and run all the way up to #100. One of the things I love is finding plots or concepts in the promotions that never appeared in the comic. These were story ideas the author was considering while planning future months, but ultimately chose not to pursue. I find those “road not taken” ideas fascinating.

These scans were compiled by Match-head and Nuclear Sub, Joe X! My apologies to Joe for taking so long to post these pages. He sent them to me way back in July 2014! Sorry, Joe! I chose not to crop the surrounding page(s) as they make for fascinating reading. You’ll notice the Firestorm entries have been highlighted in yellow to make it easier to find. Click each image to enlarge and read!

Amazing Heroes #39 – January 15, 1984

Note the mention of the never-published Firestorm Graphic Novel. Man, I would have loved to have seen that book!

Amazing Heroes #39 - January 15, 1984 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes #62 – January 1, 1985

Note the mention that Cliff Carmichael will be Ronnie’s roommate in college. I don’t recall that happening, but to be honest it’s been a while since I read issues in the 40s & 50s. I may be mis-remembering.

Amazing Heroes #62 - January 1, 1985 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #1 – Summer 1985

Note the mention of Firehawk joining the Justice League! Wow! This was during the Justice League Detroit era, so Firestorm was no longer on the team. That would have been fantastic to see Firehawk battling crime without Firestorm. A real chance to spread her wings (pun intended) and show the readers she’s a strong independent character. Also, another mention of the never-published Firestorm Graphic Novel.

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #1 - Summer 1985 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #2 – Winter 1986

Note the interesting ideas about Firestorm working for the Police and concerns of brutality. That would have been an interesting plot thread to see develop. Another mention of the never-published Firestorm Graphic Novel and Conway’s hope to place Firehawk in the Justice League!

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #2 - Winter 1986 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #3 – Summer 1986

This one is a little sad. This promotional copy would have been written about the time Gerry Conway was let go from the Firestorm book. Notice editor Denny O’Neil is being interviewed instead of Gerry. Many of these ideas were either never realized, or written by subsequent writers. There is mention of a new villain named “Lava” that never appeared. Also, Denny definitively put an end to the hopes of a Firestorm Graphic Novel.

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #3 - Summer 1986 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #4 – Winter 1987

Shades of the Blank Slate Firestorm being hinted at here.

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #4 - Winter 1987 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes Preview Special – Summer 1987

Pretty  much everything here happens exactly as they described (except the spelling of Zuggernaut). I’m surprised they gave away so much of the plot in this preview magazine. I’m glad I didn’t read this before the issues; all the surprises would have been spoiled!

Amazing Heroes Preview Special - Summer 1987 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes #133 – January 15, 1988

Again with the major spoilers! Geez! Save your 75 cents kids. Read this and you don’t even need to pick up the issues to know what is happening!

Amazing Heroes #133 - January 15, 1988 - Firestorm

 Amazing Heroes #145 – July 15, 1988

More issue by issue spoilers this time. Plus, a nice mention of Firestorm’s rising sales, and suggestion of a Soyuz mini-series that never materialized.

Amazing Heroes #145 - July 15, 1988 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes #157/Preview Special #8 – January 15, 1989

Building towards the Elemental Firestorm storyline! Interesting that they compare Rasputin to John Constantine. Plus an abandoned plot of Doreen in trouble. Man, it would have been great if the Parasite had eaten Doreen!

Amazing Heroes #157/Preview Special #8 - January 15, 1989 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes #170/Preview Special #9 – August 1989

Whoa, satire? We’ve come a long way.

Amazing Heroes #170/Preview Special #9 - August 1989 - Firestorm

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #10 – March, 1990

A slight hint about the series ending with issue #100 in the phrase, “… final, fateful changes…”  Other than that, no real way to tell the adventures of our favorite Nuclear Man (or Elemental Man by this point) would be coming to an end.

Amazing Heroes Preview Special #10 - March, 1990 - Firestorm

What a fun trip down memory lane! Plus some new realizations about abandoned plot threads. My thanks to Joe X for sending these my way!

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Classic Fury of Firestorm #20 & Aquaman #40 – FIRE & WATER #121

Continuing THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST coverage of the classic Fury of Firestorm series from the 1980s!

Firestorm and Aquaman: The Fire and Water Podcast

The 121st episode of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST is now available for your listening pleasure! THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST is the official podcast of FIRESTORM FAN and THE AQUAMAN SHRINE.

This week Shag and Rob review Aquaman #40 by Jeff Parker, Paul Pelletier, Sandra Hope, and more, the conclusion of the “Maelstrom” saga. Next up, Killer Frost returns in The Fury of Firestorm #20 (Feb. 1984) by Gerry Conway, Rafael Kayanan, Rodin Rodriguez, Carl Gafford, and Adam Kubert. We wrap up with YOUR Listener Feedback!

You can find the 121st episode of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST on iTunes. While you’re there, please drop us a review on the iTunes page. Every comment helps! Alternatively, you may play the podcast using the player below or by right-clicking “download”, choosing “Save Target/Link As”, and selecting a location on your computer to save the file (52 MB).

As always, thanks to my co-host Rob Kelly, Sea King of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE, for doing all the post-production on these episodes! Opening theme, “That Time is Now,” by Michael Kohler. Special thanks to Daniel Adams and Ashton Burge with their band The Bad Mamma Jammas for our fantastic original closing theme! This episode brought to you in part by InStockTrades.com!

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The Fury of Firestorm #20 cover by Rafael Kayanan and Dick Giordano! Interior story and art by Gerry Conway, Rafael Kayanan, and Rodin Rodriguez! Click to enlarge!

Fury of Firestorm #20 cover by Rafael Kayanan and Dick Giordano

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Firestorm & Typhoon in new fan-produced JLA comic

Disenchanted with modern Justice League comics, Lil’ Russell Burbage from Midway City has been creating his own JLA comic adventures! Russell typically writes and draws these stories, which feature characters from the Satellite Era JLA. Set shortly after DC Comics’ JLA #100, Firestorm hasn’t appeared in any of Earth-Burbage stories… until now! The latest issue, Justice League #39, has been a year in the making and is an all-star event featuring artistic contributions from Andy Kapellusch, Aaron Bias, Corey Hodgdon, and Russell himself. So exciting that all of these folks have been tremendous supporters of the FIRE & WATER PODCAST!

One story within Justice League #39 features Typhoon vs Aquaman & Red Tornado! Great match-up with wind and water on each side!

Typhoon from Russell Burbage Justice League

Another story within the issue is a seven-page adaption of of DC Comics Presents #17 featuring Superman & Firestorm vs Killer Frost!

Justice League of America Firestorm

So much fun! I love that these comics were spawned by Russell’s disappointment in modern comics. Such a positive and creative way to respond! Be sure to head over to Russell’s website to read the entire comic, which includes other adventures with Martian Manhunter, John Stewart, Wonder Woman, Hawkman & Hawkwoman, Batgirl, Elongated Man, and even The Warlord!

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Back to the Futures End – Issues #32-35

Hey Match-heads, Shag here! Today our good friend Tim Wallace continues his coverage of DC’s weekly event, The New 52: Futures End! If you missed the previous installments, click here! Warning, Tim’s entries contain SPOILERS for the related issues of The New 52: Futures End. Consider yourself warned!  

Be sure to follow Tim’s regular work over on his exceptional site, Kord Industries: A Blue Beetle Blog! Get all your Ted Kord, Jaime Reyes, and Dan Garrett goodness there! Get even more Tim-time over at the Legion of Super-Bloggers! You can also stalk Tim on TwitterFacebook, and Google Plus. And now, let’s turn it over to Tim…

Sorry about the delay folks! I just got back from five years in the future. It was crazy! People didn’t trust superheroes, superheroes didn’t trust each other. Dogs and cats living together…mass hysteria! But like LeVar Burton said on “Reading Rainbow”, “You don’t have to take my word for it”…

The New 52: Futures End #32

Five years from now in New York, Terry McGinnis and Plastique are sort of on a date. Well, grabbing a slice of pizza together and discussing how future Batman had told Batman Beyond not to interact with five years Batman, because FYB would try to stop BB from preventing the future. Meanwhile five years Bruce is chatting with Mr. Terrific, trying to persuade him to delay the launch of the uSpheres. It backfires and Mr. Terrific decides the launch is happening in 24hrs, and drives the point home by broadcasting live all over Times Square!

New 52: Futures End #32

In California, E2 Lana Lang helps Grifter get a new identity, via an E2 registration card…and a marriage? Yup, he’s now Cole Lang! Back on Cadmus Island, Fifty Sue dons Deathstroke’s mask and swears she’ll kill Brother Eye. While in New York, Dr. Yamazake finds himself without a body after his transporter malfunctioned. He blames everyone but himself, but especially Firestorm! How does a being with no physical body get revenge though? He creates a containment suit!

New 52: Futures End #32

Next, Madison Payne and Jason Rusch are trying to split the Firestorm form back into their respective bodies. After further failed attempts, they decide to investigate the scene of the accident that fused them –Dr. Yamazake’s lab.

New 52: Futures End #32

 Then, somewhere in Earth orbit, the Stormwatch crew manages to make it home…unfortunately Father Time isn’t happy to see them. She’s even more upset when they refuse to give her the Engineer…so she sicks Godzilla like monsters on Frankenstein and company!

New 52: Futures End #32

The New 52: Futures End #33

Picking up exactly where the last issue left off, Father Time and S.H.A.D.E., face off with Stormwatch for refusing to give up the Engineer…until the Atom shrinks and jumps down Father Time’s throat!

New 52: Futures End #33

Shrinking down to “Fantastic Voyage” proportions, Ray discovers Father Time’s secret…his true face! In Las Vegas, Faraday and Rock discuss Ethan Boyer (a name we haven’t seen in a while!). They want him because of his expertise in genetics. So…they send Fifty Sue to convince him to come over to Cadmus. After her mission is complete, she just happens to bump into Grifter’s buddy Justin. She overhears Grifter telling him about his “marriage” to Lana Lang, so in classic Fifty Sue fashion she sucker punches him and takes his phone. “How come you didn’t call me first?” she asks. In New York, Batman Beyond and Plastique, with the help of A.L.F.R.E.D., scan for signs of Brother Eye but find nothing. Not satisfied, Terry asks A.L.F.R.E.D. to continue scanning. Good thing too, because at that moment, Lois Lane’s phone lights up with the symbol of Brother Eye! In no time we see it spread across the country…all the way back, to the remains of cyber-bug Plastique!

New 52: Futures End #33

Elsewhere Jason tries to coach Madison through the intricacies of being Firestorm. She’s got flight down to a “T”, but they’re still working on transmutation, but worse, they can’t separate! They arrive at what’s left of Yamazake’s lab to look for answers…instead they find Yamazake…the new Doctor Polaris!

New 52: Futures End #33

The New 52: Futures End #34

With Doctor Polaris on the attack, we learn something else about the new Firestorm…Madison doesn’t know how to fight! Jason tries to talk her through it, without much luck, until Polaris tosses a cement truck at them. Then she turns it into a teddy bear! Too bad it’s a teddy bear with the size and weight of a cement truck.

New 52: Futures End #34

In Earth orbit, Stormwatch continues to battle Father Time’s monsters while the Atom tries to reason with Father Time’s true self. The creature is a refugee, Brainiac destroyed its home. It explains that the Engineer is compromised, since Brainiac already had control he could easily take control again. Ray quickly pulls a shrink gun, reducing Father Time down, and escaping to reveal all he has learned.

New 52: Futures End #34

Frankenstein is prepared to kill the creature, but gets gunned down by a S.H.A.D.E. agent first. Meanwhile, in Las Vegas, Faraday rallies his troops. He wants Grifter to retrieve a vault of DNA samples from the ocean floor. Boyer starts mouthing off, upsetting Fifty Sue who can’t kill him…yet. Instead she makes one of his hands disappear! (she’s starting to remind me of Bill Mumy in the “Twilight Zone” episode “It’s a Good Life”).

New 52: Futures End #34

And in New York, A.L.F.R.E.D. goes offline shortly after detecting a blip while scanning for Brother Eye…and that’s when “The Thing With Two Heads” future Bat-Joker arrives on the scene!

New 52: Futures End #34

The New 52: Futures End #35

Back in New York, Firestorm crawls out from under the giant teddy bear, in time to see Doctor Polaris preparing another attack. Cal/Tim is also nearby, and goes into hero mode trying to help civilians. Madison, distracted by Cal’s presence get’s hit by a piece of shrapnel thrown my Polaris.

New 52: Futures End #35

Cal, surprised to see Firestorm in action, uses the moment to swing a lead pipe at the villain, only to have it swung right back at himself! Motivated by love, Madison manages to surprise Jason and herself by blasting Polaris right out of his containment suit!

New 52: Futures End #35

In Vegas, we get an oddly tender moment when E2 Lana decides Fifty Sue needs a mother, whether she likes it or not.

New 52: Futures End #35

In Earth Orbit, everyone is baffled by the fact that Frankenstein appears to be dying. Ray thinks it may have something to do with the arm transplant he did several issues back. The Nth metal in Hawkman’s blood may be healing Frank, making him vulnerable to physical harm. Father Time, locked up in a specimen jar, isn’t helping any either. Hawkman, along with Engineer and the Creature Commandos (wo-hoo! I love these guys!), is working on cleaning up S.H.A.D.E. HQ, while Black Adam has flown off to handle some personal business. Amethyst decides the best way to save Frankenstein is to take him back to Earth for some magic therapy. While in New York, it’s…well, something I never thought I’d see or type…Batman versus Batman Beyond versus Bat-Joker with Plastique caught in the middle!

New 52: Futures End #35

Well, that was interesting to say the least! Again, apologies for the delay, but more on the way soon I promise!

Shag here again! That’s it for this month! Thanks again to Tim for this fantastic coverage! Tim will return with further coverage of, The New 52: Futures End! Let us know what you think of this weekly series in the comments.

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WHO’S WHO: The Definitive Podcast of the DC Universe, Volume XXVII, The Victory Lap

Who's Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC UniverseThe Fire and Water Podcast Presents… WHO’S WHO: THE DEFINITIVE PODCAST OF THE DC UNIVERSE, Volume XXVII!

The twenty-seventh episode of our WHO’S WHO podcast is now available — the show that dares to tackle one of DC Comics’ greatest publications! With the first volume of Who’s Who behind us, we celebrate by taking a victory lap! We conclude this run with a look at Ambush Bug #3, a couple Amazing Heroes articles, and a special bonus… an interview with Who’s Who artist Dan Jurgens! We wrap up the show with your Listener Feedback! This episode sponsored in part by InStockTrades.com!

Be sure to check out our Tumblr site for several pages from this Who’s Who episdoe: FireandWaterPodcast.Tumblr.com!

Have a question or comment? Send us an e-mail at: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net

You can find the twenty-seveth episode of WHO’S WHO: THE DEFINITIVE PODCAST OF THE DC UNIVERSE on iTunes. Each episode is released as part of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST feed. While you’re on iTunes, please drop us a review. Alternatively, you may play the podcast using the player below or by right-clicking “download”, choosing “Save Target/Link As”, and selecting a location on your computer to save the file (123 MB).

Thanks to my co-host Rob Kelly, Sea King of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE, for doing all the post-production on this episode! Special thanks to Daniel Adams and Ashton Burge with their band The Bad Mamma Jammas for our fantastic Who’s Who theme song!

Below you’ll find the cover to Ambush Bug #3 drawn by Keith Giffen and Bob Oksner.

Ambush Bug #3

Come back next month when we tackle the first issue of Who’s Who Update ’87!

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Oracle in Firestorm #98 & Barbara Gordon Podcast

Some people may not realize/remember, but when Oracle first appeared in Suicide Squad #23 (cover dated January 1989) her true identity was not shown to the readers. It wasn’t until Suicide Squad #38 (February 1990) that she was revealed to be Barbara Gordon. Somewhat surprising is that Barbara Gordon’s very next appearance as Oracle was in Firestorm #98 (cover dated June 1990). Kind of a cool honor for our favorite Nuclear Man … err… Fire Elemental.

I recently sat down to discuss this issue with Stella, host of BATGIRL TO ORACLE: THE BARBARA GORDON PODCAST. We also chatted about the Batgirl #41 variant cover controversy, Chuck Dixon writing female characters, Harley Quinn and the Joker’s abusive relationship, The Flash TV series, the cultural acceptance of comics, my love of Barbara Gordon, and much more! Stella is an outstanding podcaster and a very gracious host. Be sure to check out her podcast, BATGIRL TO ORACLE: THE BARBARA GORDON PODCAST! My thanks to Stella for having me on the show!

Below you’ll find the Oracle-centric pages from Firestorm #98 written by John Ostrander (also author of Suicide Squad), with art by Tom Mandrake and Carlos Garzon!

Barbara Gordon Oracle from Firestorm #98

Barbara Gordon Oracle from Firestorm #98

Below is the cover to Firestorm #98; one of my favorites from this era!

Firestorm #98

Thanks again to Stella for having me on the show! I had a blast! You can follow BATGIRL TO ORACLE: THE BARBARA GORDON PODCAST at The Batman Universe Podcast Network, Facebook, and Twitter!

Batgirl to Oracle: The Barbara Gordon Podcast

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No Robbie Amell in Flash Spin-Off

According to news reports from last week, the unnamed Arrow/Flash spin-off will not include Robbie Amell. We knew he wasn’t part of the initial announcement, but here is further information from Greg Berlanti in a recent Entertainment Weekly interview.

One of the main burning questions after the project’s announcement was why Robbie Amell was missing from the cast list, considering he makes up the other half of Firestorm, Ronnie Raymond. Unfortunately, it sounds like bad news could be on the horizon as Berlanti admits there is a particular reason for his absence, but “I can’t say why.”

Firestorm with no Ronnie Raymond / Robbie Amell

So here is my crazy fanboy theory on this. Berlanti hints that something may happen to Ronnie. Maybe the story will make it look like Ronnie dies. Given the popularity of the character, it’s hard to imagine they’ll actually kill him. So my pet theory (which is probably completely wrong) is that he doesn’t actually die, but the producers don’t want to spoil the surprise by announcing Robbie Amell’s involvement with the casting just yet. I know, crazy theory or perhaps sad wishful thinking. Fingers crossed!

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More Than Zero: Zero Month 20 Years Later

CROSSOVER! Everybody loves a crossover! Today several comic-themed websites are teaming-up to remember DC’s “Zero Month”!

In 1994 DC Comics published Zero Hour, a five issue mini-series designed to not only serve as a major summer crossover but also fix some of the continuity problems that had emerged since the end of Crisis on Infinite Earths. Zero Hour was written and pencilled by Dan Jurgens (who later went on to write and draw Firestorm in The New 52), and represented the dawn of an exciting new era for DC. To kick off this new age, DC followed Zero Hour in August & September 1994 with “Zero Month.” As the name suggests all of the main DC books published an issue numbered zero, though each had a different approach to the idea. Some books featured a new origin. Some contained tweaks to the existing origin. Some contained brand new versions of old characters. Some were intended to launch new ongoing series. All of them served as a jumping on point for new and old readers alike.

To celebrate this new era, some of us in the comic book fan community have banded together today from remote galaxies. We’re celebrating our characters appearances in Zero Month along with some promotional material!

Not a lot of Firestorm in Zero Month, but he would eventually go on to be a member of the Justice League splinter group, Extreme Justice. Below you’ll find a blurb promoting Extreme Justice found in Wizard Magazine Zero Hour Special, which was published around the time of Zero Hour. Click to enlarge!

Extreme Justice from Wizard Magazine Zero Hour Special

In typical fashion for Booster Gold and Blue Beetle, they showed up late to the party. While Zero Month was spread across August & September 1994, this zero issue didn’t hit stands until mid-November. Below you’ll find the cover to Extreme Justice #0, featuring a distinct lack of metallic silver ink that the other zero issues received as cover enhancements. Also note Firestorm didn’t make the cover, though Ronnie Raymond (or “Ron” as he was called at the time) does appear on the inside.

Extreme Justice #0 cover

That art is soooooo ’90s and only became more “extreme” as the series went continued. For further Firestorm-related posts involving Extreme Justice, check out these links:

It’s Zero Hour for These Sites!

As mentioned, several websites have teamed-up today to reflect upon Zero Month! While we’re featuring Extreme Justice, you should visit these other sites to see how they spotlight their own favorite heroes today. Visit them now, visit them later, and visit them often!

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