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Link Ink: Nike’s Hulk Soccer Ad, Reebok’s Gundam Kicks And ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Game Launches

Nike Hulk Soccer Ad

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Cartoonist Ron Wimberly Creates Calvin Johnson And P. Diddy Comics For Nike

Calvin & Johnson

Ron Wimberly is in pretty high demand these days. His 2012 graphic novel Prince Of Cats was met with near-universal critical praise, he was recently brought on as a contributing artist on Adult Swim series Black Dynamite, and his work has been featured in various art shows and galleries. Now the cartoonist has a new client: Nike.

The sneaker and sports apparel giant hired Wimberly to produce a series of cartoons called "Calvin & Johnson," starring Detroit Lions All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.

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Link Ink: Megatron’s Nikes, ‘One Piece’ Armani And Ware On MSNBC


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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Link Ink: ‘Ninja Turtles’ Tribute, ‘Magic Mike’ Action Figure And ‘Before Before Watchmen’


Animation: Malcolm Sutherland's animated Ninja Turtles tribute brings an awesome artistic sensibility to Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's beloved ninja brothers.

Creators: Artist Grace Allison has officially joined Portland's Periscope Studio...

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Nike Harnesses The Power Of Amanda Conner And Jan Duursema For Sports Apparel Ads


With this year's pleasant weather increasingly in the rearview, Nike has tapped comic talents Amanda Conner (Power Girl) and Jan Duursema (Star Wars) to illustrate the benefits of its Women's Training Holiday 2011 collection...

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Kobe Bryant and Robert Rodriguez in Superheroic ‘Black Mamba’ Nike Commercial


If you happened to catch this weekend's NBA All-Star Game, chances are you saw L.A. Lakers franchise player Kobe Bryant pull off some, dare we say, superhuman moves (like this dunk over some dude named LeBron)...

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Superman Joins Nike’s Zoom Huarache Trainer Superhero Line


Before we begin, let's make something very clear here -- unless you happen to be Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald or a seven-year-old heading off to their first day of third grade, you're gonna have a really tough time pulling these off in public...

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Hadoken Like Ryu With Rumored ‘Street Fighter’ Sneakers


Although I was more impressed by Kevin Tancharoen's recent "Mortal Kombat: Rebirth" short than the "Street Fighter: Legacy" movie we highlighted a couple of months ago, I have no trouble admitting that I'm a bigger fan of Ryu, Ken and their respective combatants than the "MK" gang, thanks in no small part to the cool "Street Fighter" comics from Udon Entertainment and the even cooler "Street Fighter" sneakers that may or may not be officially on the way...

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New Iron Man & War Machine Sneakers Light up the Court


Casual comic book fans don't have enough evidence to decide whether or not Tony Stark is a gifted basketball player, but thanks to his highly sophisticated Iron Man armor, he's got to be capable of the occasional slam dunk...

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