In the fifty years since he was created, Spider-Man has been seen in a lot of pretty strange live-action adaptations, including a Broadway musical and a mind-boggling Japanese tokusatsu show, but it looks like one of the strangest interpretations might also be the first. It's an 11-minute fan-film produced by Donald Glut in 1969, in which Spider-Man (played, of course, by Glut) battles against a supervillain called "Dr. Lightning" and occasionally turns into an action figure whenever special effects are required, and it's well worth seeing.
Serialized between 2005 and 2008 and available now as an uncommonly handsome hardcover collection from Oni Press, Local was one of the early definitive works of writer Brian Wood and artist Ryan Kelly. The 12-part series demonstrated Wood's devotion to the sel
Back in February writer/director/actor Stefan Dezil released a teaser trailer for his in-progress Static Shock: Blackout, a short live-action film based on the Milestone Media superhero created by Dwayne M
SHOW YOUR WORK is something you hear a lot when nerds debate who should win any given superhero fight. Animator Michael Habjan took the challenge to heart, creating a rather impressive series of animated shorts that depict a battle between Superman and the Incredible Hulk, which is certainly among the most argued hypothetical fights. The project is ongoing so don't
What do you do when DC Comics produces a Static Shock comic book that is not to your liking and then cancels it outright? If you're writer/director/actor Stefan Dezil, you make a Static Shock movie. Just ahead of what would have been the late Static co-creator Dwayne McDuffie's 50th birthday, Dezil and his crew of filmmakers have releas
Lego has its share of official plans for Marvel characters starting this spring in preparation for The Avengers movie, especially for the Star-Spangled Avenger, Captain America. ForestFire Films has plans o
As part of a film school assignment at Turkey's BahçeÅehir University, director Dogan Can Gundogdu teamed up with animator Gunisigi Cihangir to create an opening title sequence for The Dark Knight Rises, the forthcoming Batman fil
Zelda fan films are a dime a dozen, but few have the high level of quality as this video by Devin Graham, where cross-gender Link cosplayer Lindsey Stirling plays a haunting medley of Legend of Zelda music on her fiddle as she traipses through dark castle hallways, snow-covered meadows, and magical forests. Also there is a horse? (via Ko
It's an idea that's no doubt occurred to countless fans, but David Rose is the real human being (and real hero) who made it happen: the opening animation for the 1960s Batman television series remade in high definition and starring cartoon versions of Christian Bale, Heath Ledger and Gary Oldman from 2008's The Dark Knight. You know you've waited years to s
Frustrated with the lack of progress in development of a live-action adaptation of Voltron: Defender of the Universe, director Alex Albrecht took matters into his own hands with Voltron: The End, a seemingly high budget fan film based on the enduringly popular 1980s animated series. Best known for co-hosting The Screen Savers and Diggnation, Albrech
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