Trek on over to TheShortBox.com for a look back at all the Iron Man #3′s over the years. Then you’ll be ready to head out and catch Iron Man 3–in movie theaters this week.
Category Archive for 'Comics'
Well, better at playing superhero anyway. On Alex Law’s tumblr Little Girls Are Better At Designing Superheroes Than You, he finds pictures of girls in superhero costume and then translates them to comic art. The topic of female superhero costumes has gotten a lot of attention recently. But while designs like these may [...]
Mike’s Amazing World of Comics is a fantastic resource for comic book indexes, cover galleries, and more. Perhaps the coolest feature on the site though, is the virtual Newsstand. Just enter a month and year (or cover date) and the site returns a page showing the cover of every comic on the stands that month. [...]
Evan Daniels runs the MartianGlassWorks shop on Etsy.com. He has many beautiful stained glass pieces for sale, including some geek-themed ones like the Iron Man pictured here. This is possibly the most amazing and complicated piece I’ve ever made. The final dimensions for this piece are 31″x47″ There are a total of 334 Pieces of [...]
Head on over to TheShortBox.com where we attempt to answer the question. DC has attempted to ‘de-age’ their heroes with the New 52 reboot. The stumbling block for Batman? Robin, Robin, and Robin.
The Onion had a special, comic-con themed news round-up. Here it is, in case you missed it:
If the New York Yankee starting lineup were DC Comics’ Justice League, here’s who they would be: Derek Jeter – Batman He’s the leader, but he’s no rah-rah cheerleader type. He leads by example. And when you get out of line, he won’t yell at you; he’ll just stare at you with a withering disappointment [...]
If the New York Yankees pitching staff were Marvel Comics’ Avengers, here’s who they would be: CC Sabathia – The Hulk The tank. You know what you’re getting. Just set him off and watch him go. The rest of the staff, after the jump.