With so many Marvel movie projects on the go at once, nary a day goes by where we’re not treated to another intriguing publicity image or poster. These two new X-Men: First Class posters, however, are anything but a treat.
Those quirky garment designers at Genki Gear have unveiled several official T-shirts that will be exclusively available at this May’s MCM Expo London Comic Con, allowing geeks everywhere to connect with like-minded dreamers when May 2011 is but a distant memory. Sob…
Art consists of comic book pages/artwork from 1991-2010, drawings, sketches and animation art from Frank Forte’s personal collection. Press Release: Frank Forte, publisher of Asylum Press, announces that Asylum Press will be auctioning off it’s collection of original comic art, paintings, animation cels, animation production art, comic strip art and signed editions on Ebay. The […]
Quentin Dupieux’s Rubber has generated a fair bit of media attention recently, much of which is undeniably down to the movie’s plot – a sentient car tire, named Robert, goes on a killing spree. This highly stylish trailer alone is enough to make it the cinematic oddity you just have to see for yourself: Rubber […]
2011, DC Comics Story: Grant Morrison Art: Chris Sprouse, Frazer Irving, Yanick Paquette, Cameron Stewart, Ryan Sook, Lee Garbett Like Superman and Captain America before him, Batman was always going to best the Grim Reaper and return to the DCU – even though technically he was never dead. It was more a question of when […]
Following the release of 20th Century Fox’s promising X-Men: First Class posters last week, Paramount and Marvel Studios have decided to take a less inspired approach to promoting that other impending Marvel movie, Kenneth Branagh’s Thor (source: IGN). Yup, they’re bland, inappropriately Gothic, and unlikely to appeal to a) those clued into the Thor comics, […]