Jun 1st 2010 By: Caleb Goellner
From "FoxTrot" creator Bill Amend's
satirical comic strip to The Duty's
altered Justice League image, a number of comic book fans and creators have weighed in on Apple's disputed Adobe Flash deficiency on the iPad and other devices. Woot.com user Lim Heng Swee's
new $10 t-shirt may be the most dramatic interpretation of user dismay, though, featuring a version of the Scarlet Speedster poisoned Snow White style by (what else?) the Apple logo.
Like all super hero deaths, both literal and metaphorical, the impact of this Flash's passing is in the eye of the beholder. After all, Apple's sold more than 2 million iPads in the past 60 days
, meaning some people are simply willing to move on. No, that's not a thinly-veiled dig at replacing
a multimedia platform. This is just plain ol' tech talk. I mean it.
The shirt's only available for a limited time, as is Woot's
custom, so [insert speed-related joke here] if you'd like to sport the shirt before your peers.