This is a “Nerd Voices” contribution from Nerdbot reader Aaron Russell. Aaron is a hopeless romantic who also has a Twitter . If you send him a Valentine, he just might Photoshop you a preset. You can also see his creations on his website.

 

No, it’s not Valentine’s Day, but we’re celebrating love regardless! When you think of romance, your first thought should be: Zack Snyder’s DC movie universe. I googled “Justice League Valentines”. I wanted to get some for my kids to hand out at school, but it turned up diddly. As a kid, nothing got my heart racing more than getting that Valentine from my year-long crush with Batman on the front saying, “You’re satisfactory.”

So, with PopLurker’s blessing, I thought I’d create some Valentine’s Day cards with today’s DC flair that you could copy, paste, print and hand out to that special someone in your life.

You’ll be guaranteed a night of the sexening.

Merry Valentine’s Day, everybody.

 

VDaquaman
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VDbatman
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VDbvs
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VDcapboomerang
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDcyborg
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDdeadshot
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDdiablo
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDenchantress
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VDflash
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDjoker
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VDkillercroc
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDlex
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

VDopp
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VDslipknot
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VDsteppenwolf
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VDww
Aaron Russell – Nerdbot.com

 

 

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Loryn Stone has dedicated her life to the written Word of the Nerd. Her writing has also been published on other pop culture websites such as Cracked, LoadScreen, PopLurker, and Temple of Geek. Her debut young-adult novel "My Starlight" (a contemporary love letter to fandom, friendship, anime, cosplaying, love, and loss) is out now by Affinity Rainbow Publications. When she's not writing, Loryn's other interests include collecting robots (Megazords, specifically), playing bass, and blasting metal.