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They Came Together, turning romance upside-down

Ant-man (Paul Rudd) and Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) make a lovely couple in this intentionally twee romantic comedy. No trope is safe. A hate on first sight becomes love when the realisation hits they are basically gender-swapped versions of each other. Don’t think for a second the story ends there. Obstacles. Lots of obstacles. You’ll be sitting watching and wondering what bizarre thing will…

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Transcendence: You’ll be bored. It’s awful. Loaded with beautiful imagery, but as shallow and vain as a mirror.

I’m not going to waste your time with this one. It’s awful. Loaded with beautiful imagery, but as shallow and vain as a mirror.


What if Ariel was a hipster? And other pop culture icons.

Emmanuel Viola has imagined them as just that.
https://www.behance.net/evviart

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sams-film-stills:

Fight Club (1999) Dir. David Fincher

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Her (2013) Dir. Spike Jonze

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scottlava:

‘We bring good things to life!”
The winner of the trivia contest the night of the Return of the Great Showdowns Exhibition was Carlos Monteros!  The prize was a showdown of his choice.  He chose the film pictured above!  I hadn’t seen it before which is crazy.  It was interesting to see how my neighborhood looked in the 80’s!
Good work, Carlos!

scottlava:

We bring good things to life!”

The winner of the trivia contest the night of the Return of the Great Showdowns Exhibition was Carlos Monteros!  The prize was a showdown of his choice.  He chose the film pictured above!  I hadn’t seen it before which is crazy.  It was interesting to see how my neighborhood looked in the 80’s!

Good work, Carlos!

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geek-art:

Batman Iron Age by Arik Roper for the Geek-Art/French Paper Art Club “One Year of Batman” project. 

Official DC /Warner 5 colored screen print. Limited edition of 70 on sale here:

http://www.frenchpaperartclub.com/en/one-year-of-batman/385-arik-roper-iron-age-batman-limited-edition-screenprint.html

geek-art:

Batman Iron Age by Arik Roper for the Geek-Art/French Paper Art Club “One Year of Batman” project.

Official DC /Warner 5 colored screen print. Limited edition of 70 on sale here:

http://www.frenchpaperartclub.com/en/one-year-of-batman/385-arik-roper-iron-age-batman-limited-edition-screenprint.html

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thedsgnblog:

Bandiz Studio    |    http://bandizstudio.com

"This project is a homage to the tv series we couldn’t stay away from in recent times: Breaking Bad, Dexter, Lost, Mad Men and Homeland. 

The collection consists of five thematic posters based on typographical cuts of paper and cardboard. We tried to represent the spirit of each series by pointing out the most important statements and situate them in their typical ambience using characteristic elements and moods.”

Bandiz design studio is based in Madrid, Spain. This studio is focused on graphic design, photography, print design and art direction.

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aidosaur:

The Black Earth. (photoshop)

There are many stories about Dhio, nearly every one of them is false.

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Wired has put together this handy guide to Marvel’s cosmic character. So if you don’t know your Groots from your Zen Whoberis look no further

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joeyart:

Robocop on a T-Rex

Robocop! On a T-Rex! This is the coolest thing I have ever seen.

joeyart:

Robocop on a T-Rex

Robocop! On a T-Rex! This is the coolest thing I have ever seen.

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Francesco Francavilla’s alternative poster for the Iron Giant.
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Francesco Francavilla’s alternative poster for the Iron Giant.

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daddymakemeasuperhero:

Batgirl of Burnside paper cut-out
I wanted to join in on the all the new Batgirl costume fan art fun, but obviously had to join the party rather late. Let’s just say that if Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr had to create their Barbara Gordon out of paper cut-outs, they probably would’ve skimped on some of the details.
At first, I wasn’t sure if I’d have the time to give this a shot, since I make all my superhero cut-outs for my five year-old-son’s bedroom wall, and he already has a Batgirl. Plus, his knowledge of the characters largely comes from the cartoons, while this design has yet to even appear in print. So I wasn’t sure if he’d go for it. But I showed the publicity pics of the new costume to him, asked if he thought they were cool (“yeah”), asked him if he’d like one like it on his wall (“yeah”), and that was it. Just a lot of drawing, cutting, and pasting after that.
I love the new design. It’s a great look, but even more than that I love what it says about the direction Stewart, Tarr, and Brendan Fletcher are taking the character. Between the fashionable costume, the bathroom selfie, and OMG a Bat-character is actually smiling, it tells me all I need to know about what to expect come issue 35, even without reading Stewart’s interviews. This is the look of a comic that promises fun and adventure. Which just so happen to be the two main things I look for out of my superhero comics these days.
So you can bet I’ll be picking up a copy in October. (And by “picking up a copy”, I mean “pressing the download button on the DC Comics app”).

daddymakemeasuperhero:

Batgirl of Burnside paper cut-out

I wanted to join in on the all the new Batgirl costume fan art fun, but obviously had to join the party rather late. Let’s just say that if Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr had to create their Barbara Gordon out of paper cut-outs, they probably would’ve skimped on some of the details.

At first, I wasn’t sure if I’d have the time to give this a shot, since I make all my superhero cut-outs for my five year-old-son’s bedroom wall, and he already has a Batgirl. Plus, his knowledge of the characters largely comes from the cartoons, while this design has yet to even appear in print. So I wasn’t sure if he’d go for it. But I showed the publicity pics of the new costume to him, asked if he thought they were cool (“yeah”), asked him if he’d like one like it on his wall (“yeah”), and that was it. Just a lot of drawing, cutting, and pasting after that.

I love the new design. It’s a great look, but even more than that I love what it says about the direction Stewart, Tarr, and Brendan Fletcher are taking the character. Between the fashionable costume, the bathroom selfie, and OMG a Bat-character is actually smiling, it tells me all I need to know about what to expect come issue 35, even without reading Stewart’s interviews. This is the look of a comic that promises fun and adventure. Which just so happen to be the two main things I look for out of my superhero comics these days.

So you can bet I’ll be picking up a copy in October. (And by “picking up a copy”, I mean “pressing the download button on the DC Comics app”).

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