Comic books have always been an inspiration for fashion and this time it’s going to be the other way around. In 2008 New York brought Superheroes to fashion worlds and now the comic books are returning the favor. Comic book illustrators and writers are collaborating with fashion brand to drawn some stylish comics.
Pick your favorite superhero. Good! Now make a list of everything you know about him. Not much, right? Even if you think you know everything, you never do because they are chopped one issue at a time. To be a faithful and true believer you must know your superhero so we will help you as we usually do:
THE NUT JOB - Animated Movie Features Ice Age Star, Scrat, Katherine Heigl, Liam Neeson And Will Arnet
Open Road Films is preparing a new animated family movie titled “The Nut Job”. The cast includes Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Stephen Lang, Sarah Gadon and Jeff Dunham. We can finally see Scrat - Ice Age squirrel - having his own movie.
The five issue comic book, “Dexter” comes from series creator & New York Times best-selling Jeff Lindsay and artist Dalibor Talajic. They bring fans the very first comic book featuring everyone’s favorite psychopath, Dexter. Darkly Dreaming Dexter #1 introduces the serial killer of serial killers. Does that make him a good character?
J.J Abrams Lucas and Dark Horse Comics teamed up to adapt the sci-fi franchise into an eight-issue comic series. Set to launch in September, “The Star Wars” tells the story of the Empire versus the good guys. The writer, J. Rinzler talked about the characters, plot and other details.
We want to find out everyday new things about the cartoons that used to enlighten our days when we had nothing else to do but annoy our parents so, since we are no longer kids by look, only by heart, we want to share with you five childhood-ruining facts about cartoons.
Dorothy Gale is not in Kansas anymore and she’s gone wild. The iconic “Wizard of OZ” character has a dark and…adult makeover in new comic book series. Awesome preview:
Comic Code Authority once banned the LGBT characters from the world of mainstream comic books. Recently, books like “Batwoman”, “Northstar” and “Green Lantern” introduced them into superhero’s world. Moreover, DC Comics will continue to expand the LGBT diversity of its superhero universe by introducing the first openly transgender character in a mainstream superhero comic.
We love comic books. You know that already but have you ever asked yourself who is the best or the strongest comic book character? This list has been a long time in the making and modified by many. Thousands of characters had to be considered – but ultimately only ten were chosen.
Worldwide Free Comic Book Day will assure more than 3 million comic books to be given away by participating stores. The annual promotional effort aims to introduce everyone to the joys of reading comics and to bring new readers into independent comic book stores. There are free comic books for everyone’s taste: from “Superman”, “Star Wars”, “The Walking Dead”, to “TMNT”, “Sesame Street” and “Smurfs”.
Valiant announced two days ago the second issue of Harbinger Wars. Joshua Dysart has been heavily entrenched in the Valiant Universe since the publisher's relaunch of "Harbinger" in 2012 signed an exclusive agreement with the comic book publisher Valiant Comics. The writer has further plans with “Helmet Girls” but for now he wants to build up the mythology behind the “Harbinger” book.
The Batman issue #19 will hit the stores on April 10th and it seems that we have another surprise. After killing Robin is Carrie Kelly Batman’s new help? “I didn't want to take the usual road that's been traveled when it comes to the 'Batman needs a Robin' angle," Tomasi said.
Comic Con 2013 brought warriors, superheroes, zombies and other characters to Tampa Bay Comic. This is another opportunity for fans to connect face-to-face and to share their passions and also meet their idols or favorite artists. Rich Buckler, Clayton Crain, Jenny Frison were the major comic book writers to talk at the event.
After “The Clone Wars” TV series “Star Wars: Detours,” and LucasArts “Star Wars: 1313" video games were canceled, Dave Filoni, the former director plans another “Star Wars” series. The previous LucsArts announcement left us with no hopes and dreams for another game or animated series but their recent statement gave us chills and thrills.
Even if Bruce Timm stepped down from his position at DC Universe, the company will continue to dominate the animated superhero market. After “Superman Unbound”, the next animated movie scheduled to be released is “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox”. An image, a release date and the synopsis were revealed recently.
Executive Producer of “How I met Your Mother", Chuck Tatham teamed up with Todd Goldman for the new animated web project. The pilot is online and captures today’s hunger for reality TV fame by showcasing a family willing to do whatever it takes to get their own 15 minutes.
Hollywood studios are buried in lawsuits over copyright-infringements for their movies and TV shows. A recent lawsuit was filled by Jayme Gordon who claims that he created "Kung Fu Panda". This is the sixth time Gordon sues a studio over stolen work.
Marvel Universe crossed the line with the extreme changes from the past year. They have created versions of characters that connect with the audience and cut of some more characters. For example: Iron Man is an A-list hero after he was in Spider Man’s shadow and Thor was turned from a grumpy mythological man to a charismatic warrior.
Marvel Comics announced a new “Superior Foes of Spider Man” by Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber set for a July start. The series centers a new Sinister Six introduced and as part of “Amazing Spider-Man” #700. The classic enemies Boomerang and Shocker are joined by the new-comers Speed Demon, Beetle and Overdrive.
Tim Burton is back on track to direct Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams in “Big Eyes”. The movie tells the story of Kane couple who became famous for their paintings. The filmmaker is also developing a “Beetlejuice” sequel and a new take on “Pinocchio” with Robert Downey Jr.