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A Kingdom for Us All: The Best Disney Cosplay
A Kingdom for Us All: The Best Disney Cosplay
In celebration of Disney’s magical and fantastical characters, we’ve compiled an extensive gallery of the fantastic cosplayers that have chosen to embody these larger-than-life characters. From the old-school style of classic Disney princesses and villains like The Little Mermaid's Ariel and Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent, to beloved contemporary works like the fairy tale wonder of Frozen and the sci-fi action of Big Hero 6, these cosplayers bring the grand wealth of Disney entertainment to life. These are the best Disney cosplays.
David Goh Gives A Beautiful Design Sense To Geek Franchises
David Goh Gives A Beautiful Design Sense To Geek Franchises
We are living in a cynical age, my friends. A few short decades ago, if you had told someone that they could have virtually unlimited access to art inspired by their favorite pieces of pop culture and the only thing they'd have to worry about was accidentally seeing some very romantic drawings of Sonic the Hedgehog, they would've been starry-eyed with the possibilities. But here in the future, we see that sort of thing all the time, to the point where we've become a little jaded by the whole experience. But sometimes, every now and then, you see someone doing it beautifully, and it is still breathtaking. Case in point, David Goh, a Singapore-based artist whose posters and prints bring a truly phenomenal design sense to art inspired by Harry Potter, Frozen, and even the classic Final Fantasy VII! Check it out below, but spoiler warning: Aeris dies.
Katsuhiro Otomo Wins Lifetime Achievement Award at Annies
Katsuhiro Otomo Wins Lifetime Achievement Award at Annies
The competition was brutal during last weekend's Annie Awards, the International Animated Film Society's celebration of an uncommonly strong year in animation for film, television, commercials and games. For example, it stung to see our beloved Teen Titans Go! lose the award for Best Animated TV/Broadcast Production For Children’s Audience, but that the winner was the similarly excellent Adventure
Ask Chris #176: Subtlety In Comics
Ask Chris #176: Subtlety In Comics
Q: Is writing comics with a lack of subtlety a good or bad thing? Or does it all depend on how it's handled? --@therealdealkern A: This is a really tough question, because unlike a lot of things I write about, I don't have a definitive answer one way or the other, even though it's something I notice all the time. Looking back, it seems tricky to figure out why I love some things and hate others fo