Most-Read Comic Stories Of 2011
There are plenty of cosplayers who like making an exhibition of themselves. And now an exhibition has been made out of them. Jay Tablante has a photography show, Femme Fatales, at the Crucible Gallery, 4F Mega Building A, SM Megamall in the Philippines. Here are a few of his shots;
But some people aren’t so sure, and I’ve been sent a number of allegations saying that Rob is basically nothing but a chancer, faking a biography in order to sell his work, a number of pieces of which look rather familiar. And people like Jan Duursema seem to think it’s been going on quite some time.
Sometimes at the Bleeding Cool Palatial Castle, we like to snuggle down of a Sunday morning and look at mash up full figure designs based on Iron Man from Hong Kongers photographed by Ray and go… blimey.
This appears to show in full for the first time new look for Superman and it fits in with our previous portrayal of him and the specific uniform details we gave. Note the lack of “underwear outside the trousers”, the bulky segmented metallic boots, the armour-like seams around the suit, a rejuvenated age for the character and the slightly larger, but more traditional ‘S’ shield on the costume, rather than the version we saw on the Jim Lee Justice League #1 cover.
Can you believe such a comic book could have existed from Archie Comics just a few years ago?
The day before Red Hood And The Outlaws #1 went to press, I understand there was a meeting at DC Comics, in which the Starfire issue came up. And someone involved has been in touch;
So, what do we know about upcoming DC books in September (I’ll count JLA #1 for completeness sake, even though it’s a week early,) Red is still a Bleeding Cool rumour. Green is a confirmed Bleeding Cool rumour. Blue is a CBR rumour. Orange is a confirmed CBR rumour. Black is a straight confirmation.
The DC reboot is creating the wrong kind of buzz again this week with the launch of Catwoman #1. There are spoilers ahead for those who haven’t read it, but you’ve probably heard how it ends by now.
Well now the other shoe has dropped. I understand that Barnes & Noble executives are furious over this, specifically citing DC’s reluctance to release any of their graphic novels on the Nook Color, Barnes & Noble’s own colour E-reading device.
From somewhere in deepest darkest 4chan… a remixing of Coelasquid‘s original piece.…
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Of 2011
But who’s this John Blake? Well, we think we know.
I think 2010 was a good year for film. Maybe not as good as 2009, all things considered, but still good. Then again, I think I find plenty to like every year.
From the queue for Movie X at Kapow: At the Misfits panel, it was announced that last we’ll see of Robert Sheehan‘s character Nathan in Misfits, the show Rich calls ” the hit superpowered comedy drama from E4″, will be an online “farewell episode”.
From the London Toy Fair, taken under maximum security conditions, a first look at the new Thundercats cartoon…
It didn’t take long for yesterday’s made-for-photoshop pic of Adrianne Palicki in the new TV Wonder Woman costume to start inspiring potential improvements on the original.
There’s been lots of tease leading up to this one, and finally, here we are — the full Captain America trailer starring Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Tommy Lee Jones.
Speaking to Vaughn on Sunday, the subject of Kick-Ass, and its potential sequel, was pretty much guaranteed to come up. I’ve seen a lot of crowing about how a follow-up film is already in the works, possibly even greenlit, and some of it from Mark Millar himself, but I knew better than to believe it. According to Vaughn, we might even do as well to forget about the prospect entirely, and with good reason:
Ever wished that CSI had a bit more magic, a bit less pseudo-science and was set on a flat disc-shaped world balanced on the back of four elephants standing on the back of a giant turtle? Me too! And it looks like we’re going to get at least two of our wishes to come sort-of-true!
Sacha Baron Cohen has signed on to star as Freddie Mercury in a new biopic. Genius.
Nonetheless, when a particularly tasteless tweet started rolling around the web last night, and I found out it had been written by Family Guy scriptwriter Alec Sulkin, I wasn’t too surprised. Here’s what he said: