The eighth and final Harry Potter movie, The Deathly Hallows Part 2, hits theaters in a little over a week, and to celebrate this final cinematic chapter in the life of everyone's favorite adolescent wizard, French Milk creator Lucy Knisley has illustrated an amazing set of eight
If there's one thing fans learned from Lego Batman (and Lego's brief Spider-Man 2 line), it's that blocky looks beautiful on comic book heroes. The disarming cuteness embodied by Denmark's premiere brick dudes and dudettes distills everything it touches into plastic pleasance. Thank yellow heavens for NextM
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Movies: Over at Moviefone, CA's own David Brothers provides his picks for comics Harry Potter fans will love.
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Image has finally wrapped its parody of Marvel's Avengers marketing with an image of the latest addition to its own "Guardians of the Globe" title out this August. Fortunately, the longrunning gag has reached a climax:
As cool as it would be for Tim Hunter Harry Potter to join the premiere super team of Robert Kirkman's "Invincible" universe (and the artwork is a lot of fun to look at), the self-aware ad already realizes the trouble with making it a reality. Even if th
Tomorrow, the first trade paperback collection of Mike Carey and Peter Gross' Vertigo comic book series, "The Unwritten," hits bookstores. Subtitled "Tommy Taylor and the Case of the Bogus Identity," the book revolves around Tom Taylor, the son of a bestselling author named Wilson Taylor who mysteriously disappeared years before the story opens
Lucy Knisley ("French Milk") imagines what the "Harry Potter" might have looked like in the late 80s with a comic that makes the idea sounds surprisingly awesome, casting John Cusack as Harry, Christopher Lloyd as Dumbledore, with guest appearances from David Bowie, triumphant synth music, and Falkor the Luckdragon
The New Scientist reports that science has taken one of the first steps to a Harry Potter-style "invisibility cloak" that hides objects in plain view:Invisibility cloaks work by deflecting light waves so the light that reaches the eye shows no trace of the hidden object... Both new carpet cloaks... provide the first demonstrations of optical cloaking. As they are not limited to a narrow range of wav