As a general rule, I'm not a huge fan of variant covers, but let me tell you straight up: I love me a theme month. Any time that comics go with a unified cover layout for a month, I'm in, if only to see how nice they look when they're laid out next to each other on a shelf. Of course, it helps if both the theme and the covers themselves are awesome. Which, in the case of DC's variants for May of 2015, is exactly what they are.
The theme is movie posters, and the covers have taken inspiration from all over the world of cinema, and the results are genuinely amazing. I'm particularly fond of Cliff Chiang finally getting to use his Batgirl-themed Purple Rain homage on the cover of a comic, and that Superman x Super Fly mashup is something I've wanted for years, but whoever thought up that Catwoman x Bullitt cover deserves a raise and a paid vacation.
This is something of a golden age for pop culture-themed art books. It seems like every week, a new volume comes on the market that illuminates some aspect of the history of popular art. In fact, there's so many great titles out there right now that it can be tough to figure out which are worth your time -- so we figured it would be a good idea to shine the ComicsAlliance spotlight on a few of the best things we've recently read.
The Art Of Bob Peak celebrates the works of one of the world's most legendary movie poster artists, edited and annotated by his son Thomas Peak.
As great as many blockbuster films look on screen these days, we live in a strange age where most official movie posters are essentially constantly-reconfigured collages with many devolving into outright Photoshop Disasters. In the tradition of Mondo's stable of artists delivering much more interesting contemporary and classic movie posters in
Working to put a spritely spin on iconic films from the past fifteen years or so, designer Eric Palmer has transformed even the most serious of superhero and sci-fi characters into friendly faces. Palmer's primarily stuck to using classic Mega Man game sprites as a template for 8-bi
Yesterday, Mondo continued its tradition of blowing our minds when it debuted its commemorative movie poster for the IMAX version of John Carter at the LA Times blog Hero Complex. Illustrated by J.C Richards, the poster evokes the epic scope and interstellar adventure of sci-fi nov
With Christopher Nolan finishing up his third and final Batman movie, some folks are already wondering which director will be next to turn his or her camera on the Caped Crusader. Each director brings their own flavor to Gotham's defender, from Tim Burton's cartoony, gothic take to Nolan's crime movie sensibilities. The
Warner Bros. has unveiled an ominous one sheet poster for The Dark Knight Rises, showcasing Tom Hardy's Bane walking away from a shattered Batman mask beneath some even more foreboding text reading, "The Legend Ends." Following this week's screening of The Dark Knight Rises prologue, the image is especially intense for Batfans. Se
Whether fans have read the comics, watched the various animated series, or bought tickets to any of the first three Spider-Man movies, there's a good chance they're familiar with the Webslinger's origin. Accordi
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