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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’ Movie Concept Art Introduces Kirby, Evil April And The Cyber Foot
‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’ Movie Concept Art Introduces Kirby, Evil April And The Cyber Foot
If the fourth live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie -- which would have potentially been subtitled either "The Next Mutation" or, apparently, "The Foot Walks Again" -- had gone ahead, the world could have met Evil April, Super Shredder and a fifth Turtle named after Jack Kirby...
A Look At The ‘X-Men: First Class’ That Almost Was [Concept Art]
A Look At The ‘X-Men: First Class’ That Almost Was [Concept Art]
If the costumes worn by the merry mutants of X-Men: First Class weren't appropriately Jack Kirby X-Men-esque for you, then perhaps this look at concept art for the movie by Matthew Savage might make you feel even more wistful for what could have been, offering alternate looks for Beast, Havok and Mystique in addition to some interior designs from throughout the movie...
See The Neo Tokyo That Wasn’t In Latest ‘Akira’ Concept Art
See The Neo Tokyo That Wasn’t In Latest ‘Akira’ Concept Art
Even more concept art for the seemingly-dead live-action remake of Tatsuhiro Otomo's Akira has emerged online, with artist Rodolfo Dimaggio and Sylvain Despretz doing their best on an impossible gig. The new art follows two previous reveals of storyboard art from the project with three CGI cityscapes that give a sneak peak at what Neo Tokyo could have looked like had director Albert Hughes stayed
Rachael Hunt Draws Otherworldly Adventurers and Women Who Stand Out from the Crowd [Art]
Rachael Hunt Draws Otherworldly Adventurers and Women Who Stand Out from the Crowd [Art]
Fantasy costume design is a tough gig. High fantasy still has its bland medieval trappings (even if Game of Thrones does a beautiful job with its costume design), steampunk can be tricky to assemble into more than a stew of corsets and gears, and sometimes anime-flavored biopunk can turn even the most minor character into a mess of hair and spikes...
Ashley Stoddard Transports ‘Willow’ to Africa, Sends ‘Swan Lake’ to India and Designs ‘The Subtle Knife’ [Art]
Ashley Stoddard Transports ‘Willow’ to Africa, Sends ‘Swan Lake’ to India and Designs ‘The Subtle Knife’ [Art]
While various creators have been recasting Snow White as amnesiac grade school teacher or Kristen Stewart in shining armor, Ashley Stoddard had already sent the story off to Egypt, where the evil queen carries a cobra and the dwarfs are replaced with Hittites...
Canceled Skrull-Filled 'Avengers' Project Yields Tons Of Awesome Concept Art By Jeremy Love
Canceled Skrull-Filled 'Avengers' Project Yields Tons Of Awesome Concept Art By Jeremy Love
Before the Kinect-powered fighting game Marvel Avengers: Battle For Earth was a twinkle in Ubisoft's eye, THQ was reportedly at work on a similarly Skrull-centric Avengers action game. The game was canceled, with various character renders and a little bit of gameplay footage eventually surfacing online, but what of the game's concept art...
Parting Shot: Versace’s Rejected ‘Judge Dredd’ Costumes Party Like It’s 1995
Parting Shot: Versace’s Rejected ‘Judge Dredd’ Costumes Party Like It’s 1995
With the release of Dredd 3D coming up next month, fans of the 2000 AD icon are taking a look back at the... less loved... 1995 Judge Dredd film starring Sylvester Stallone and, yes, Rob Schneider. The movie is principally panned for its plot and tone, with Dredd's uniform among its more -- I guess, tolerated...
George Hull’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Concept Art Immerses You In The Webslinger’s World [Art]
George Hull’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Concept Art Immerses You In The Webslinger’s World [Art]
If you've enjoyed seeing the The Amazing Spider-Man movie over the past few days, chances are George Hull had a lot to do with it. A prominent film designer who has worked on everything from Transformers to The Tree of Life to Iron Man 2, Hull works in a range of scales and creates everything from lush cityscapes to the more minute components of portable electronic devices...

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