New Era is no stranger to superhero and pop culture hats, but there's some extra iconography going on in the recent Cabesa series, which pops the embroidered faces of everyone from Spider-Man, Superman, Batman, Deadpool, Cobra Commander, Optimus Prime and more front and center on a color-coordinated snapback cap. Check out the line's most recent
TV: AMC's latest trailer for The Walking Dead season two focuses on the tensions of life after zombies.
Manga: A live-action Ranma 1/2 TV special will air in December on Japan's NTV.
Upcoming: IDW's "Photo Cover Month" puts some acti
Considered the Holy Grail of toy collecting not only by G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero fans, but by general action figure aficionados the world over, Hasbro's USS Flagg has been blowing minds with its titanic scale and detail since 1985. Retailing for around an
One of the most accepted truisms in super-hero comics is that there's not a whole lot of new stuff to be found underneath Earth's yellow sun. With seventy years of heroes, villains, selfless acts and dastardly schemes, plenty of creators have come up with bold new ideas, only to find out that they were done years ago. Probably by Jack Kirby.
But that's not necessarily a bad thing. A lot of the fun of super-hero comics comes from taking those old elements and seeing a new spin on them. Whether they're obvious and intentional stand-ins -- like The Authority's Apollo and Midnighter as Superman-and-Batman -- or creations that try to slip by unnoticed, there are plenty of bootleg versions of super-heroes out there, and some of them actually become great in their own right. And those are the characters we're spotlighting today with a look at The Top Five Greatest Knockoff Characters In Comics!
In 1986, there was no better way to gain false friendship and genuine jealousy than being the one kid in class whose parents loved him enough could afford to buy The G.I. Joe USS Flagg. The massive 7 foot-long aircra
According to his Flickr profile, artist Christopher Tupa loves to make art, "especially cartoony, fun stuff that makes you smile," and with his takes on GI Joe and their never-ending battle against the forces of Cobra, he's done exactly that:
That is unquestionably the best thing I've seen all week, but it doesn't stop there: Tupa's done a ton of fantastic drawings inspired by the Real American Heroes, and they're awesome. Check out a few of my favorites after the jump!
"Cobra Wacky Races!"
"The Many Faces of Beachhead