It's all used up, you went and used it up
Yes, it's true: in three days our two latest shirt designs will no longer be available to order. Can't Dance -- the more popular of the two -- may return again in time for the holiday season, but I'm almost certain that the Chompy shirt is permanently going the way of the... uh, dinosaur. Either way, if you'd like one of these shirts now is the time to order. I won't even have any of these particular designs available at the Comic-con booth. (Although I will have plenty of the others!)
The season finale of the Justice League animated series made me giddy. (I gather it doesn't air in the United States for a few weeks yet, so I'll keep this light on spoilers.) From what I hear, some of the show's fans really didn't care for it, and I guess I can understand why. Yes, it was another Batman-centric episode and yes, it did feel more like a finale for Batman Beyond than it did for Justice League. But with the curtains closing on the Timm-crafted DC animated universe, I am really glad they visited the "Beyond" continuity one last time. It was really the only way to provide the same sense of closure for his character that they did for the other League members in the previous Justice League episode. We don't want to leave these characters without knowing they're going to be OK, and because we'd seen how dismal Batman's distant future was going to be, this episode was what it took. Plus, the closing reference to the very first Batman episode made a great bookend.
It's almost kind of too bad that Justice League got picked up for another season after all. They really did plot out a great place to close this season. I hope the next episodes don't bugger it all up!