The Flash as Lex Luthor.
Wally West would make an excellent villain.
This cover was the winner of DC’s “Come up with the
stupidest possible explanation for a costume change ever” contest.
Wally West: And that’s exactly how I got this costume.
Dick: So…mine is a mock-up of my old circus uniform.
Megan: I picked mine so that it would match Uncle J’onn’s.
Superboy: Mine’s just a tshirt.
Manicure Monday: Young Justice nails, by sheepishdreams.
I could never do this to myself. Because I would make little paper cut-out bodies, glue them to the back of my nails, and start playing with them and never stop.
Everytime I’d need to punch in the code to the alarms, I would use the Robin finger and loudly announce I was hacking the motion sensors.
When flipping through tv channels, I would use the Kid Flash finger and mash the ‘up’ button as fast as I could, not giving a damn about what was actually on.
When trying to to get someone’s attention, I would poke them with the Megan finger and probably say something stupid, like, “Mind crush!” because I was once a YuGiOh dweeb.
Anything involving bathing, washing hands, water, I’d use Kaldur.
When playing darts, throwing things in general, or playing catch, I’d make sure the Artemis finger can see what’s going on.
And finally, when pissed, I’d randomly scream and gargle and give everyone the Superboy finger. Like a friggin’ boss.
Young Justice Dick/Wally collage photo frame.
Drabblemyster and I made it for one of our good friends for Christmas. Granted, we sent it to her at the end of January and she only just got it, but that’s completely beside the point.
The point is that Dick and Wally are bros for life! BFL!!
Artemis’ eyes narrowed in suspicion at the strength in Wally’s voice. “What do you mean you’re fine? You’ve been shot in the chest, you idiot. Even if a lung isn’t collapsing, a major artery might have been hit and you could be bleeding to death!”
Much to her shock, Wally brought himself up on his elbows and successfully batted Artemis away. “Geez, you really don’t believe in sugarcoating the truth, do you?”