Recently I received a copy of Elysium The Art of the Film to review. I really dug into it and when I saw the actual movie was almost a little sad, because the movie didn’t quite live up to the conceptual ideas presented in the book. That said, if you really liked the movie, then you are going to absolutely love the art book.
Some people on the internet are super in to Princess Bubblegum and Marceline getting together on “Adventure Time”. Is it canon, or is it wishful thinking?
“On Olympus, we measure Wisdom against Athena, Speed against Hermes, Power against Zeus. But we measure Courage… against Captain America.”
— Hercules, “Captain America #444″
A brief talk with Andy Perez and Scott Zirkel
People are taking the Batfamily into their own hands! Do you read any of these new ongoing fancomics?
We/I/You often hear view points, many of them differing. One I feel we can all agree on is that many people feel books as a medium promote intellectualism in a more precise fashion than film/television/music (I will explain later why I include music with the visual mediums). Some people say that this is because books have a larger amount of material to present while film is restricted to a specific run time, forcing the exclusion of often inane, but colorful, details. These details create a unique palette that we all digest differently which paints a canvas of thought that each of us perceive in our own way.
When human kiddos play dress up as adults, they try on mom’s high heels and dad’s suit and tie. What does a Pokémon do when they want to see what they’ll look like all grown up? Check it out in our newest artist spotlight.
A look at the man behind the design of what may soon be the Oscar of geekdom.
Add some geeky ambiance for Date Night…or any night for that matter
Your mind will be blown when you view these pieces of art (I hope!).
Princess, frog, or street rat?
Jenisaur highlights some of her favorite Harry Potter fanart on DeviantArt, by artist Lberghol
Marvel’s down and out darlings get some fan love! X-men Fan Art Galore!
Don’t worry, the Doctor saved us. It will be just shiny and it’s not a trap. So, out with the old, in with the new. Every year, hordes of people […]
Peter Kokis reached out to us to showcase his amazing talent at turning stuff we all have in our homes and never pay attention to, into full on cosplays of […]
Because the world needs more pocketmonsters!
Okay, man. The shakes are back and I need some sort of ASOIAF goodness now that my withdrawal has kicked it into high gear. To help myself cope with the […]
I am over-the-top-loopy-excited for “The Hobbit.” I have loved Tolkien since I was a kid, I love Peter Jackson’s achievement of bringing Middle Earth to life, I love all the […]
It is common knowledge that I am frightened of Slender Man. I have been brought to near tears by creepy cosplayers at NYCC, random sightings people are saying they have […]
Hopefully families are planning to take advantage of the tryptophan-laden down time after Thanksgiving to take in the best animated movie out right now: Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph.” Not only is […]
Brittany gets a mini interview with rapid fire questions thrown at Mike Millar during LBCC!
Brittany gets a couple of minutes to go toe to toe quickie-style with Paige Warren at Long Beach Comic Con!
Who: Chris Kawagiwa What: Artist, comic creator Website: http://cargocollective.com/sketchboy01/ Q: Where do you find your inspiration? A: I find my inspiration in movies, comic books all kinds of different media […]
As a longtime denizen of the Southwest, the traditions of Mexico run heavy, and my favorite has to be Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. What better […]
Today’s Art of the Day comes from deviantart user Alicexz, who specializes in gorgeous watercolor versions of heroes from some of the best geeky fandoms around! While I’m more partial […]