Wednesday Trending Topics: Half-Man… Half-Reptile… THE LIZARD

Lots of mixed to negative commentary out there about the potential look of the Lizard in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man film — if the pic is indeed authentic.  Like a lot of classic characters, this one was always going to be tough to get right on film — a lizard in a lab coat took a Ditkoesque level of talent to do in the 1960s. Translate that to film and add 50 years of geek culture evolution, and you’ve got a tough challenge indeed.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Four Thoughts About Four DC Comics On Fifth Week

DC really have to do something about this fifth week thing.

Marvel’s Madame Tussauds Poster Banned In The UK

Marvel Super Heroes 4D is a kind of annex at Madame Tussauds where the wax alter egos of The Hulk, Spider-Man and some of their chums stand around, and a theme park ride plants tourists in the middle of a CG escapade while blowing them with fans. Bleeding Cool reviewed it when it was fresh and said “It’s fun… well worth a visit.”

The Strange Woman Of The New 52 A Little Easier To Spot In Today’s Tiny Titans

Oh, Alt Baltazar and Franco, you are wags… this is certainly my favourite appearance of Strange to date.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

Full Length Lizard – Is This An Early Look For Spider-Man’s Next Nemesis?

I wouldn’t have been sceptical about the provenance of this image had it turned up 36 hours ago.

Best Camera Test Ever – But Canon Didn’t Think It Was Funny

Camera tests are pretty widespread on the internet now that we can share video at very high quality. I would no longer dream of buying a new camera without watching it put through its paces and seeing what it can do. Most camera tests are quite samey, and for somebody not particularly interested in cinematography, very boring.

The New Trailer For John Carter, As Aired On Good Morning America

The first full trailer for Andrew Stanton‘s John Carter has premiered on Good Morning America, punctuating an interview with star Taylor Kitsch.

About Mark Seifert

Co-founder and Creative director of Bleeding Cool parent company Avatar Press. Bleeding Cool Managing Editor, tech and data wrangler. Machine Learning hobbyist. Vintage paper addict.

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