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Saturday, May 22, 2010

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16 comments:

Rick said...

Next thing is that Shell will go after Namor.

Marc Tyler Nobleman said...

Very cool, Rob. Well, not the environmental rape. Just the image.

Dan said...

Nice job Rob! I miss topical comics... even Marvel doesn't do it much these days...

Diabolu Frank said...

Jeez, Aquaman can't handle a measly 5,000 barrels of oil a day?

Wait-- ten times that? More, even? Oh.

I'm not making accusations, but I suspect Black Gold is an alias for an old foe...

Anonymous said...

Swamp Thing...

Wings said...

Well, this piece is everywhere now, including the NY Daily News!

Aitch said...

At first glance I thought it was a new issue!! too bad Marvel won't do this--maybe they will?

Great job!

Aaron Poehler said...

"Marvel"?

Leif Erikson said...

I saw at a website called The Chive, not only was it posted there, but they also took credit for it by watermarking the image with their website logo.

Rafiq Raja said...
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Rafiq Raja said...

Awesome work to put forth the message, Rob.

I hope now that the image has viraled its way to all media, you won't get into trouble with some crooks at DC or BP :).

Manmohan said...

Shouldn't this be Captain Planet?

Francisco Fernández said...

the water hero is in danger!

Dan Nieman said...

Add me to those who have followed your blog after this post. I saw it on The Proverbia; Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog

Alexia said...

I tried leaving you an email, but i couldn't. I'm writing a paper about this because I'm doing a project on the BP Oil Spill ads, and I wanted to ask: what made you photoshop this cover? did you have a motive?

rob! said...

Alexia-

You can email me at namtab29(at)comcast.net.