The comic book movie craze may have exploded in recent years, but there have been movies and TV shows based on our favorite comics for decades. For all the action we see on screen, however, we hardly ever get to see behind the curtain at how it all comes together.
Fortunately, we've managed to uncover dozens of behind the scenes images from your favorite comic-inspired movies. From The Dark Knight to Dredd, and Conan to Kick-Ass, we now have a little bit of an idea of what life was like on set during the creation of these beloved adaptations.
Each weekday, ComicsAlliance brings you a carefully selected variety of links from around the web about comics and comics-related media, including movies, video games, toys, and whatever else might be worth noting. Quite frankly, these are items you may just need to know about to have a productive day. Take a look at today's hand-picked links after the jump.
Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance vs. The '90s and our in-depth review of 1994's The Mask, starring Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz and a healthy amount of mid-90s CGI. When we last left off, our pal Stanley Ipkiss was in a heap of t
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome to ComicsAlliance vs. The '90s, our in-depth review series on some of the films of that era based on independent superheroes. Today, we're heading back to 1994 for
Movies: Robert "Iron Man" Downey Jr. has read The Avengers movie script and says its going to be fantastic. Well, once he fixes it.
Charity: A group of men that includes several Dark Horse Comics employees is participating in Movember, a November-long mustache growing contest to raise money to fight men's cancer. Check the link to learn more.
The Mask has always had sort of a love/hate relationship with Hollywood. The reality-warping face covering's cinematic explosion in 1994 vaulted the property to household name status for some time, but what Jim Carrey gaveth, Jamie Kennedy tooketh away with the Raspberry Award-winning 2005 sequel "Son of the Mask
What do you get when you cross Dark Horse Comics' green-headed maelstrom of cartoon chaos with one of Hollywood's most pop-culture literate icons Quentin Tarantino? You get Evan Dorkin's satire of cinema "Englor
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