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Blackest Night Song Fight – EXTENDED DEADLINE

Posted by Cat on March 26, 2010

blackest night song fight 300Our EPIC Blackest Night-themed song competition has been extended!

The Blackest Night finale comes out on the 31st of March –  that was the same day as our former deadline for Blackest Night Song Fight – that’s no good!  In order for everyone to have the chance to really take on all the mayhem that’s been happening in those books (I mean – the last two weeks have been CRAZY!  Sinestro, wtf!?!) we’re extending the contest to:

April 30th, 11:59pm EST

With that date, not only will you be able to have a reference point for how it all ends, but you’ll also get a hint as to what’s to come when Brightest Day 0 comes out April 14th.  Party!  We’ll debut the winners and outstanding submissions in time for the release of Brightest Day 1, the first part of Geoff Johns’ bi-monthly DCU-altering limited series.

Just in case you didn’t hear – these are the outstanding prizes:

1st Place: $100 shopping spree on A Comic Shop’s Online Store and the opportunity to kick off Nerdapalooza 2010 by performing YOUR Blackest Night song at the A Comic Shop pre-party (headlined in 2009 by Schaffer the Darklord).

2nd Place: A copy of the Eisner-nominated Atomic Robo Volume 1 Graphic Novel signed by author and Nerdy Show host, Brian Clevinger, an original 1984 Super Powers Hal Jordan action figure from the collection of Aaron Haaland (the artist/writer of Nerdy Strip), a Nerdy Show Amber Lamp Corps shirt and cap, and both the 2008 and 2009 Nerdapalooza albums.

3rd Place: A copy of the currently- ongoing Atomic Robo Volume 4, issue 1 signed by author and Nerdy Show host, Brian Clevinger, the 2008 and 2009 Nerdapalooza posters, and a Nerdy Show Amber Lamp shirt.

Full rules and regs HERE.

So tell your friends, tell your enemies, hell, tell your frenemies – there’s an extra month for ring-slinging awesomeness!

And, if you’d like, you can print out the 11×14 poster and put it up in your local comic store, record store, or place where comic-loving musicians might hang out.  That would be rad!

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About Cat

Cat is Executive Producer of The Nerdy Show Network as well as Lead Host of the titular Nerdy Show podcast and one of the site's founders. Her illustration, graphic design, and writing both journalistic and fictitious have appeared in various publications and public spaces.

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