There was a boatload of people gawking at this one a few hours ago: For the purposes of this test, Jack is being played by Jeremy Sisto, latterly of May and Law & Order. You’ll barely notice he’s there though – Winslet leaves absolutely no doubt as to why she won the part.
Iron Patriot may refer to many things, the new Iron Man movie, the return of 616 universe wearer of he suit and name, Norman Osborn, but in all likelihood it will probably feature Steve Rogers taking on the armour itself.
The Blue Beetle cover is probably the biggest change in the final DC Comics Zero issues, published over the next couple of weeks, to follow the Catwoman cover post yesterday. Looks like we have an earlier iteration of the costume and its wearer. More legacies!
On the left, the actual cover to Catwoman Zero, on the right the solicited cover, both by Guillem March. We rather expected a change. It’s still a tricky pose, but it’s not as twistedly sexual as the original. Note, even her cleavage has been zipped up. And it no longer looks as if her neck was attached to the torso in a new and exciting fashion.
For the purposes of this test, Jack is being played by Jeremy Sisto, latterly of May and Law & Order. You’ll barely notice he’s there though – Winslet leaves absolutely no doubt as to why she won the part.
But for almost as long, I’ve been seeing knock-offs and nearly-there copycat films piling up on the shelves, looking to fool the less discerning, less informed, shopper. I’ve called it the Granny Trap – sticking a lookalike cover on the shelves and shifting copies on the basis of nothing more than confusion.
This is purportedly a set snap of Olga Kurkulina filming Kick-Ass 2 in her full Mother Russia costume. It’s not the same as outfit she wears in the comic, but she does at least seem to be wearing an eye patch.