Superman/Batman is still rolling along, and if the time table for "Man Of Steel", holds, we should be getting a look at the Batman & Wonder Woman costumes within weeks.
Definitely by summer.
The rebooted Flash that's a spinoff of "Arrow", will have John Wesley Shipp (90's Flash) as a guest star in the pilot.
That'll be expanded into a recurring role if the pilot picks up as a series.
I'll try to catch that.
Joseph "Lash", Tamron was working on a new mask.
A mass production one for sale at stores.
Sculpting, molding, vacuum forming, the whole deal.
He was at the sculpting stage.
A lot of setbacks, and outright squashed flops.
But, finally, he had nailed it.
He stood back, and looked at his handiwork.
It couldn't seem to decide if it was a ghost, an alien, or a skull.
The finished version would be painted green, and have a black shroud on the back for covering up the wearer's hair.
He'd based it on the local Lentilville legend of The Green Monster.
He pointed at it, and said "you're gonna sell like hotcakes!".
Dusty Irwin wandered through the grocery store, and then stopped dead in his tracks.
There was a display of Halloween masks, and one of them hypnotically grabbed his attention.
Irma Donovan wandered through the same grocery store, in the outskirts of Lentilville, technically in the next town over, and then stopped dead in her tracks.
There was a display of Halloween masks, and one of them hypnotically grabbed her attention.
Irma grinned wickedly, grabbed that sucker, and put it in her shopping basket.
A deep inner intuition told her it might be important.
Dusty went back to the store.
The mask was gone.
Outwardly, he laughed it off.
Inwardly...he was crushed.
The mask sat in a cardboard box of Irma's stuff, waiting to be found.
Six year old Kimber Allison sat down at her writing desk with a notepad and a sharpie marker, and began to jot down some ideas.
17 years later...
Dusty was mopping the halls.
As he walked by Mrs. Ellicot's class, he overheard her telling her kids a story.
He could tell right away, it was The Green Monster.
The gist of it was all there, virtually unchanged.
The Lentilville witches, dead baby in the swamp, witches burnt, witch-ghosts plant a curse, baby comes back as Green Monster for revenge, yadda yadda.
The kids loved it.
Kids being naturally sick and creepy, they interjected their own questions and ideas into the thing.
It was delightful.
Delightful that the seeds were being planted, possibly for more Jade-Shades down the line.
Dusty flashed back to a younger teenage Mrs. Ellicott, applying green makeup to the face of his younger self, and grinned again.
He moved along.
Plenty of school left to mop.
Dusty finished his shift, and bundled up against the shitty 2014 winter.
Coat, ski gloves, and a blue hunting cap.
It was a bitch out.
He couldn't wait to tell Irma about her old story still having legs.