We’ve gotten key art, teasers, trailers, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and more before their October premieres, The CW has released official poster key art for Batwoman and Nancy Drew. The Ruby Rose-starring freshman Arrowverse series is set to join Supergirl on Sundays nights beginning October 6, while the Kennedy McMann-leading supernatural mystery-thriller is set to join Riverdale […]
Barring living under a rock or having recently woken up from a two-year coma (no disrespect meant to under-rock-livers or recent-coma-returnees), you probably know by now that this week is the annual pop culture extravaganza known as Comic-Con International: San Diego (or SDCC, which is so much easier to write). No one has to remind […]
ComiXology, the digital comics publisher/distributor have a limited edition print run collections of a number of their usually-digital-exclusive comics, as well as free pins for 2019 as well. The ComiXology Originals 2019 Pin Set featuring five enamel pins that spotlight Durn from Stone Star, the “odd goat” from Delver, Bear from The Pride, the comiXology Originals logo, […]
We’re 1 month out from Avengers: Endgame hitting theaters, and Marvel Studios just released a new crop of character posters to mark the day. So far, there are 5 posters, but we’re expecting more to come throughout the day. Aha, and now more: Ooooh and ANOTHER set And, another round: And, the final round of posters: […]
The latest series of Doctor Who is about to launch in China, and the BBC has released a series of posters to both promote and celebrate its upcoming premiere. Designed by New York-based freelance illustrator Ruan FeiFei, the posters show the TARDIS in a major Chinese city and location. They’re really cute. Each poster is designed […]
Acclaimed cinema poster artist Drew Struzan came out of retirement to create three amazing posters for the third and final How To Train Your Dragon film, and we’re just a little choked up. The last movie poster Struzan did was for Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2015, after creating some of the most iconic […]
Marvel Studios is celebrating their big 10th anniversary this year, in case you didn’t hear. To help celebrate, they have launched a new site through Disney Movie Rewards. Once on the site, it contains a timeline for the MCU with descriptions of each film, up to this July’s Ant-Man and Wasp. Speaking of that film, […]
NYC’s Brooklyn Expo Center served as the weekend host to what has become an annual collision of art, toys, counter-culture, and craft beer known affectionately as the Five Points Festival. Running from Saturday, June 2, through Sunday, June 3, at the Brooklyn Expo Center and sponsored by Clutter Magazine and Lagunitas Brewing Company, Five Points Festival […]
NYC’s Brooklyn Expo Center served as the weekend host to what has become an annual collision of art, toys, counterculture, and craft beer known affectionately as the Five Points Festival. Sponsored by Clutter Magazine and Lagunitas Brewing Company, Five Points Festival doesn’t market itself as a “big con” with huge premieres and photo ops with celebrities; […]
The world of cinema lost one of its key influences last weekend as news of the passing of Bill Gold emerged from family spokeswoman Christine Gillow. He was 97 years old when he died at Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Connecticut. His is a name you might not be familiar with, but you know his work. […]
Time for some new character posters for the upcoming Netflix adaptation of Death Note. The movie has come under significant fire for its casting and location choices that it make it look like an adaptation in name only. The poster for this series have been surprisingly artistic and the little details in them make them […]
[insert lens flare joke from 2009 here] We’re mere weeks away from Transformers: The Last Knight so it’s time for some character posters. The Transformers movies have a bad habit of sidelining the giant robots in favor of boring human character. There are character posters for those boring humans but at least the robots got […]
Okja was one of two movies from Netflix that kicked in the door of the Cannes Film Festival and took it by storm. The upcoming movie from director Bong Joon Ho got extremely positive reviews but didn’t walk away with any awards. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t look awesome though and it does look awesome. […]
Bushwick looks like an interesting little action independent movie from Cooties directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milot. Collider revealed three posters for the upcoming movie. Dave Bautista is a rising star and this looks like another movie where he gets to show was a commanding screen presence he can be. Summary: Two people – twenty-year-old […]
And here they all are….
And some bonus posters that made me think of Abba.
I’m a huge fan of the Mondo Gallery and the poster/prints they do. I have two of them up in my office. Well, now Mondo has paired with Oh My Disney to create an art exhibit called Nothing’s Impossible – it pays tribute to the films of Disney and Pixar with an amazing collection of […]
"We went to the Tower of London and asked and usually they’d say no, but this time we said, ‘It’s for The Muppets’, so they said, “We love Kermit even more than James Bond” and so the drawbridge was lowered."
It's like Moby Dick with house music. Sort of. Depending on how you look at it.