Not content to simply infuse the world with his scent, 90-year-old Stan Lee is trying his hand at creating superheroes for international audiences, CNN reports.
Art: Mondo's 20" x 29" "The Batcave" print (limited to 500) by artist JC Richard will go on sale on Thursday for $50.
Movies: Chinese audiences apparently prefer The Amazing Spider-Man to The Dark Knight Rises, with Spidey opening to $5.5 million as opposed to Batman's $4.5 l
Movies: Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone bring the music for a wonderfully goofy German promo.
Gaming: Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes will include playable versions of Bizarro, Gorilla Grodd, Black Manta, Captain Cold, Black Adam, Nightwing, Katana, Damian Wayne, Shazam and Zatanna... depending on who you preorder from.
Theme Parks: It app
The planned Comics and Animation Museum in Hangzhou, China recently announced the winner of its contest to design the museum, a Netherlands-based architecture firm called MVRDV that envisioned an $125 million interlocking structure of eight buildings shaped like word balloons built that will allow text images to be projected on to the exterior of the balloons making them "speak."The first
The Chinese novel series-turned-graphic novel "Daomu" is coming to America this December care of Image Comics and Concept Art House and it is going to confuse "Tomb Raider" fans so, so much.
Actually, it probably won't at all. You see, a
Just as China's role on the world stage has rapidly expanded in recent years through events like last summer's Olympic games and its massive industrial output and economic influence, Chinese super-people have also made their way into mainstream comic book universes.