Michael Bay, Earth's foremost expert on filming explosions and actresses running in slow motion, confounded fans a few days back when he revealed that his plans for the live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie reboot included depicting the Green Machines as aliens rather than Earthly turtles mutated by a strange ooze. Surely the project's executive producer meant something else when he stated "These turtles are from an alien race and they are going to be tough, edgy, funny and complet
Art: Adam Koford illustrates The Seven Deadly Sins of Jabba's Palace.
Cyber Monday: Top Shelf Productions is offering a 30% discount on everything in its Web store, including Blankets and Infinite Kung Fu.
Statues: It looks like a new 1:1 scale Mobile Suit Gundam statue will come to Tokyo's Odaiba in spring 2013.
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Who's the most normal member of Batman's vast supporting cast? Well, even during the most bizarre years of Batman's career -- the age of Bat-Mite and Bat-Hound, the Zebra Batman, King Batman the First, Rip van Batman, and travels to alien worlds and different eras in time -- at least one element of the Batman comic books remained relatively Earthbound: Batman's pal Commissioner James Gordon. Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson were zipping around the world
In America there is a place called New York City. And in New York City is a place called Bryant Park. And in Bryant Park is a place called Metal Park. And in Metal Park are all the greatest wonders of the world! Using scrap and pieces of old cars and motorcycles and employing some metalworking techniques that we will never, ever understand, artist Pairoght Jarusuwan has created metallic versions of some of pop culture's most popular geek icons that are quaint in their simplicity yet also breathtaking in their immenseness. Among Jarusuwan's creations, which range
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James Stokoe wowed us a while back with his massive (and massively detailed) 4-square-foot Galactus drawing, a piece of art so good that it seems to have earned him his own Galactus-related story in Marvel's own Strange Tales II #3, out next week. What we hadn't seen, until today, were some earlier sketches by Stokoe based on t
In our recurring original art feature, writer Chris Sims and artist Rusty Shackles carry on the noble comic book tradition of the imaginary story by bringing you the Best Comics Ever that don't actually exist! This week, we find out what happens when two alien races make Earth their battleground... and find themselves right in the sights of the Motor City Madman!
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Seasons Greetings, Pt. I: Michael Cho offers some holiday cheer of his own with the assistance of Darkseid.
Heidi MacDonald's post about the strengths and weaknesses of the comic book periodical kicks off a len
H.R. Giger is best known for his work on the "Alien" movies and his ability to make everything look biomechanical and creepy, and if you think about it, his work wouldn't seem totally out of place in the ominous cityscape of Gotham
Is someone on the internet trying to convince you that they have a real video of aliens, ghosts, or monsters? Pro tip: They are lying.
It's ok, though, because Captain Disillusion is coming to the rescue! The logic-based superhero uses Youtube to debunk claims of paranormal activity via the superpowers of science and technology. In this in