Bill Murray spends Groundhog Day becoming a practice-honed ubermensch. Why? Because he has all the time in the world. But you have things to do (like clearing time to watch the new Rom.Com Wednesday). So let's get straight to the newest designs our Society6 store offers and send you on your wintry way.
One thing that bonds most non-Avengers/JLA superhero stories is that the heroes don't use all the help they could. Gotham's cops don't turn to Superman (via Batman's recommendation letter), the TV Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. don't get past Tony Stark's secretary, and Aquaman and Namor never turn to the ocean's nastiest nightmares for help. Why is that? Maybe some heroes don't find it sporting to utterly overwhelm their enemies with a handy Hulk-punch or Dr. Manhattan molecular-rearrangement. But when it comes to saving our planet, half-measures won't cut it. Which is why this concept by Maxwell Dotterer gives environmentalism its most powerful fighting force possible and refuses to apologize for crushing the ant of villainy with an eco-boulder. The power to team up is yours, Captain Planet and Treebeard. Don't be too nice to use it.