The first time I saw a poster for Rise of the Guardians, I rolled my eyes so hard that I actually hurt myself. You probably saw the same one I did if you went to the theater any time last summer. The close-up of the Naug
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Fashion: Nike teams up with Calvin Johnson for a very stylish collection honoring the Transformers villain Megatron.
Fashion: One Piece's Straw Hats rock Armani in a new Japanese A|X ad campaign.
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Usually, these weekend art posts focus on art of the still variety, often with an animation inspiration. But Gabe Swarr's art form is animation; when he's not working as the supervising producer on Nickelodeon's Kung-Fu Panda: The Legend of Awesomeness, he's working on his own series of animated shorts: Life in the Analog Age. Swar
Outside of "snow day" and "free cupcakes," I'm not sure there are many pairs of words in the English language as wonderful as "happy monster." It's probably thanks to a childhood spent on Sesame Street, but there's something about goofy, smiling monsters that just makes me grin. But I'm
Jake Wyatt's art is, from the very first glance, transporting. He can creating scenes so detailed and lush that you could imagine them playing out before your very eyes. That's why his skills lend themselves so well to his short film, METRO, which takes a young girl to the secret world between the metro station and the surface. It also
There's nothing quite like the cognitive dissonance dog owners every time they take their pooch out to, uh... eliminate. On one hand, you're proud of your pup -- especially if you house trained it yourself -- for doing its thing outside. On the o
George Lucas and Ron Howard's 1988 fantasy film Willow might have had a happy ending, but the followup novel, Chronicles of the Shadow Moon, outlined by Lucas and adapted by Chris Claremont, wiped out all those warm fuzzy feelings in one giant cataclysm. It didn't have to be t
Lego's recently-released Superman minifig has a lot going for it cosmetically. Its got the cape, the "S" shield, even a little spit curl! What it doesn't have, as is unfortunately the case for most plastic figures, is the power of aerial self-propulsion. Thanks to Rob Gillies' ingenious scrolling Lego TV, you will believe a Lego dude can fly. See Gillies' awesome