Do you live in the Philadelphia area? Have you seen one of Save The Day Productions‘ Superheroes Are Super! shows? Why the hell not? Save The Day Productions specializes in comic book based and super hero performance art that celebrates the rich history of characters, fantasy, and wonder delivered by this truly American medium. Our [...]
Monthly Archive for February, 2011
Point Blank Creative, out of Canada (aka: America’s Hat) has put together this first rate spoof-trailer for a gritty, deconstruced, live-action Archie Comics feature film. “Riverdale”. It’s an excellent commentary on the plethora of overwrought, angst-ridden adaptations that have been done of many comic properties. I think the “In 3D” at the end is a [...]
Posted in Comics on Feb 27th, 2011
Just another everyday, adorable, cosplay wedding. via BleedingCool
Is your pet in need of a portrait that accurately reflects their super-iority? You can remedy this situation by heading over to Pets Are Superheroes where artist Chris Piascik will make you one that does justice to your companion.
Posted in Comics on Feb 20th, 2011
Please welcome back Gentleman Jim Sterna. Today he gives us this open letter to DC Comics. A few weeks ago while I was looking over the racks at my LCS, I started to think to myself, “If the Geoff Johns version of Superman is the main man now in the DCU, where the Hell did [...]
Last month we steered you toward a thread at RebelScum.com dealing with vintage Star Wars figures. This month, we head over to TheFwoosh.com’s thread discussing the Avengers motion picture. The pertinent portion begins on page 28, where a poster called gearseffect (who posts with a surfeit of improper grammar and misspelling) is upset with the exclusion [...]
I’m picking this up via BleedingCool, but in a nutshell: Non-profit funding platform, Kickstarter.com, recently raised $50k to bring a statue of Robocop to Detroit. However, Hal Jordan murderer and upstate New York dweller, Ron Marz responded in a tweet: I’d argue that in an economically-blighted place like Detroit, feeding people is more important than [...]
And I received this missive from our nation’s President today.
Art student Lucas Lago created the drawing presented below. Check out his website here.