If you're a fan of Portal or Portal 2 -- which had a pretty sweet tie-in comic by Mike Oeming -- this fan film called Portal: No Escape shouldn't be missed. The short by director Dan Trachtenberg originally premiered at Comic-Con, and it looks pretty impressive as it follows a young woman (perhaps Chell?)
Chris: Over the past six weeks, David Uzumeri and I have been steadily making our way through the Batman film franchise in a series of in-depth reviews, but today, we're doing something that's both a little different and a whole lot horrifying: We're entering the world of fan-films in a special Extra Credit Session of Remedial Batmanology.
David: I don't usually watch fan-films. I don't watch them at all. I'm probably being more than a litt
Green Lantern is the latest comic book character to become the basis of a major motion picture, and his colleagues in the superhero community quite naturally wanted to take the famous space cop out to celebrate. But with so many deserving super
Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger will be hitting theaters later this summer, but we've got something that'll hopefully make that wait a little easier and maybe even get you more excited for the final product. This we
I've always been a fan of Capcom's MegaMan video game series, to the point where back in first grade, I started hanging out with one of my classmates for the sole reason that I knew he owned MegaMan 2. I'm not proud of
Here at ComicsAlliance, we're acutely aware of how horrifying it can be once intense fans get access to YouTube, but every now and then, that combination produces something truly wonderful. Case in point, the amazingly hilarious Teen Titans Episode 2, in which writer/director/animator/star Alex Piccirillo (w
I've seen a lot of fan films in my time on the Internet, but today, I've finally found one that might just dethrone The Amazing Adventures of Little Batman as the best fan film of all time: Rob Pratt's Superman Classic.
That may seem like a pretty bold statement for something that clocks in at a slim one minute, but with its traditional hand-drawn animation and absolute
Next Saturday, while much of the comic book world is packed like sardines into a San Diego convention center, the Bagdad Theater in Portland, Oregon will be screening the 50-minute short superhero fan film, "ARCHIVES OF THE FANTASTIC: The Nint