Consider writer Tim Seeley, interior artist Wellington Alves and covers artist Eric Powell are the new Masters of the Universe and they won't even have to don furry briefs... as far as we know. The trio wi
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If you visit ComicsAlliance with any frequency, you probably don't need any extra incentives to make you want to buy a well done watercolor portrait of a Masters of the Universe character. Jonatha
Upcoming: Kate Beaton's collected Hark! A Vagrant finally has a cover to official watch out for when it drops in October.
TV: AMC's The Walking Dead could be hit with some budget cuts. Do you fear for the show's season two quality?
Movies: Two new posters from X-Men: First Class show Charles and Erik in their prime. If only they'd have looked into their reflections in puddles of water and glimpsed the future. So much fighting could h
TV: The Wonder Woman TV show casting sheet could be your stepping stone to supporting role stardom if you fit the right criteria... and David E. Kelly digs you. Should be easy enough to hang with the freshly-cast Adrianne Palicki, right?
Gaming: Marvel V
If you drain enough oxygen out of your brain and try to look at some old He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoons, chances are you're going to see something similar to Bruno Santinho's MotU artwork (and I mean that in the best, most complimentary way possible). Seriously, though, Santinho's brilliant, bubbly clusters of shapes breath new life into Tri-Klops and Rob
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
Here at ComicsAlliance, we've got a soft spot for all things LEGO, and when they collide with all things comics, the results -- like Angus MacClane's CubeDude creations -- but we've never seen anything quite like Orion Pax's comic-inspired sculptures:
At first glance, his "LEGOptimus Prime" is a dead ringer for the original toy, but when you look closer, there's some incredibly creative part use that makes this figure great, like the use of 14 shiny daggers to make the truck grille. What's more, the small car is actually a motorized RC vehicle that fits inside the truck.
And that's far from the only amazing creation he's bu