Ty Templeton comic
Harley’s sure she’s the best thing that ever happened to her puddin’, but the Joker treats her like just another henchperson. There’s only one thing to do: get the Batman involved!
After a freak accident allows Lester Biggs to see and interact with his guardian angel, the homeless, aspiring actor learns that all of his misfortunes are the direct result of his bored celestial protector's twisted machinations. Hoping to make amends for ruining his charge's life for his own amusement, the mischievous angel grants Lester his greatest desire, to be famous. Now in a humorous and satirical series of events that exposes the absurdity of the entertainment industry, Lester encounters insane talent agents, gorgeous groupies, abducting aliens and a secret society based on hair loss on his road to instant stardom as a movie star, a recording artist, and a TV personality.
Genre: Graphic Novels
- Issue # TPB (11 months ago)
What prompts Mr. Spock and Doctor McCoy to retire from Starfleet? What earns Kirk his promotion to Admiral? And what is the mystery of Archenar-IV that threatens to tear the Federation itself apart? All will be revealed in this five-issue miniseries, with appearances by fan-favorite characters, Gary Mitchell, Lee Kelso, and Dr. Piper in this special opening chapter.
The JLA's wackiest warrior takes center stage in his own hilarious, extra-length special, written by Ty Templeton (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES)! In "Plastic Fantastic" (with art by Aaron Lopresti), our star is transformed into a pop icon courtesy of his super-popular basketball-shoe commercial! Then, in "The Secreted Origin of Woozy Winks" (with art by Dev Madan and Claude St. Aubin), discover the origins of Plastic Man and Woozy, their past adventures as (sort of) super-spies, and the disgusting reason why Mr. Winks is so woozy! Finally, in "The Age of Crisis on Infinite Clones Saga, starring Plastic Man Red and Plastic Man Blue, Chapter One Million: Onslaught of the Secret Genesis Wars Agenda" (with art by Rick Burchett), Plas stars in the ultimate crowd-pleasing saga that combines every mega-crossover comic you've ever seen, in eight pages!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
A new ongoing series based on the Justice League animated show on Cartoon Network begins! When a meteor lands in an American suburb, the League is called on to investigate. Soon they are drawn into an intergalactic conflict, but it seems as if the real threat may be one of their own...Green Lantern!
Who defends the Earth when the JLA isn't around? The Sixth Branch of the U.S. Armed Forces: the Human Defense Corps! The Corps is a standing force of 10,000 highly trained soldiers equipped with the most cutting-edge weaponry available. The series follows a young man on his two-year tour of duty: from boot camp to campaigns on Apokolips, the Moon and Hell itself!
And who is that giant headed guy taking A.I.M. at our heroes? HINT: It starts with "MODO—" Just when you thought it was safe to read comics again…and Marvel has to do THIS?!?
In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Dark Claw (Wolverine/Batman) must battle Lady Talia (Talia/ Lady Deathstrike) who seeks revenge for the death of her father, Ra's A-Pocalypse (Apocalypse/Ra's Al Ghul).
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
There's a bounty out on the Clown Prince of Crime, and there's no shortage of people trying to claim it. The only place Batman can keep his nemesis safe is the Batcave, but even that haven may not be safe enough when the Riddler comes calling.
The busiest day of Batman's life begins here, as someone breaks into Arkham Asylum, intent on hunting down everyone from the Joker to Poison Ivy. Batman must protect and recapture his biggest foes--even though he's just been outlawed by Gotham's surprising new mayor!
Four avengers are training in the combat room, Black Panther, Wasp, Tigra, and Hawkeye. As they train, Bill Foster and Ant-Man are working ona project when Wasp comes in requesting Hank to fix her stingers. Wonder Man is sifting through the fridge, bringing food up to Scarlet Witch after getting something. The robot Hank was making causes him to go crazy and he attacks them all. It takes out Jarvis. An explosion also knocks out the Avengers in the training room, as well as Scarlet Witch. The remaining Avengers go to fight this robot (called Ultron), and end up defeating it.