Star Wars is one of those franchises that has curiously gotten younger as time has gone on. Now don't get me wrong, I love Clone Wars (and probably get into more heated discussions about it than it warrants), but it would be nice to see a new Star Wars movie or television series that's aimed at people who were alive when Return of the Jedi came out. If you're interested in a more gro
Last month New York City Comic Con goers got an early look at Activision and Beenox's upcoming videogame adaptation of this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man movie, which showed off some city-wide webslining action. The new concept art Tweeted by Beenox studio head Dee Brown takes players inside some structures, however, to potentially reveal key locatio
While AMC's The Walking Dead TV series tread some familiar comic book ground in its first season, according to Joystiq, Telltale Games' upcoming TWD videogame will offer a fresh story not found in either Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's current comic storyline or the second season of the TV show.
As we wrote previously, Marvel and 20th Century Fox, apparently emboldened by the very positive reaction of critics to early screenings of X-Men: First Class, have been releasing more and more material to whet the public's appetite for the new mutant movie. These conceptual pieces offer a glimpse into the filmmaking process, with especially cool paintings of Emma Frost and Angel. Check them o
If there's one thing that's absolutely essential to Marvel's Avengers movies, it's artists. The films owe their hearts to the comic creations of icons like Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Don Heck and others who made Iron Man, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Thor the characters we know and love today, and looking at newly revealed Thor concept art by Craig Shoji a
Back in December, we threw the spotlight onto a set of amazing backgrounds created for the Masters of the Universe cartoon, proving that while they're often literally overshadowed by other aspects of animation, there's an incredible amount of detail work that goes into backgrounds that always makes them worth a look. That's why I was pretty excited when I ran across a set of incredible pieces of concept art from the Int
Outside of sitting down to watch the ludicrous He-Man/She-Ra Christmas Special a few weeks ago, I'll admit that I'm not all that familiar with the world of Masters of the Universe, but after seeing Robert Lamb's collection of production art from the series, I want to be:
The image above comes from a collection of background layouts that L