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Official ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Teaser Poster Rises


A new teaser image for Christopher Nolan's third Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, has debuted at its official website. Take in the full-size poster image after the jump. Do it now.

Tyler Stout Could Be Your New Favorite Poster Artist


First off, the good news is that if you loved that Tyler Stout Akira poster from a few days ago, he's got an arsenal of other eyeball-tickling works to get you gaping. Stout's deep catalog of posters covers films such Inglourious Basterds and Monster Squad, as well as a prominent musical acts, including Phish and the Decemberists...

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Alphabet Master Fabian Gonzalez Takes on Videogame Icons [Art]


Having already impressed us with a stylized take on superheroes, graphic artist Fabian Gonzalez has now turned his attention to videogame stars. Casual gamers will have a pretty easy time picking out their favorite gaming icons, but even more joy can be had for those who've delved into indie games (Josef from Machinarium is in the mix...

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Minimalist Superman and Wolverine Posters by Jeremie Brunet Don’t Need Human Figures [Art]


When you break superhero (or Doctor Who) character designs down into minimalist print representations, it takes a keen sense of shapes and graphic concepts to stand out. Some artists we've looked at before, like Jonah Block and Kody Christian, focus on figures, costumes and words...

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‘The Illustrious Omnibus of Super Powers’ Organizes Comics’ Greatest Abilities [Art]


Superhero fans are a pretty detail-oriented bunch. The complexities of characters, costumes, powers and weapons spanning several shared universes -- and multiverses -- will do that to you. Tapping into readers' compulsion to organize this multifaceted experience, Pop Chart Lab (with the aid of Brooklyn's Bergen Street Comics) has compiled a massive print known as "The Illustrious Omnibus of Super Powers," which maps out the abilities of more than 200 superheroes and villains...

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International ‘Thor’ Movie Posters Hit


With Thor's May 6 movie debut just a few more months away, fans from all corners of the nine realms are growing pretty accustomed to having Chris Hemsworth's golden locks all up in their business...

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Sean Hartter’s Superhero Movie Posters from Alternate Universes


Graphic artist Sean Hartter has taken the Web trend of re-designing movie posters a few steps further by creating a huge series of posters for geek-based films starring some of history's greatest film stars, all in an authentic period style...

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Arch Enemies Get Artsy in Superhero Optical Illusions


It would be great to kick off this post with an insightful quote about superheroes and the duality of man and all that, but our forced pretentiousness would only serve as a distraction to Simon C. Page's latest series of poster prints titled "Hero and Villain...

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Mark Grambau’s Elegant Superhero Silhouette Posters [Art]


Whether they're X-rated or psychedelic and cuddly superheroes have colors and mantras, and there's very little any artist can do to change that. Mark Grambau chose to embrace those assets in a series of posters he made celebrating Superman, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man and numerous other comic book icons...

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Comics in the Classroom: Allegedly Educational Posters Inspired By Jack Kirby, Jim Lee, and Others


As much as I hate to admit it even though I've been out of school for a solid decade, summer vacation is coming to a close. All over the country, kids are gearing up to get back to homework, books and standardized testing, and as much of a drag as that might be, it's nice to know that somebody out there is trying to spice up the classroom by giving it a little comic book flavor:

The latest issue of the "Teacher's Discovery" English teacher's catalog features a set of "graphic novel inspired" posters depicting classic literature in the style of artists like Jack Kirby, presumably made for the teacher who wants to get kids excited about Shakespeare by tricking them into thinking they were mutants with x-tra powers who protected a world that hates and fears them...

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