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Comic Book Movie

"I'm not going to stop the wheel.. I'm going to break it." - HBO has just released a brand new trailer for the fifth season of their hit fantasy series, Game Of Thrones, at today's Apple Event featuring a ton of new footage of our heroes, villains, dragons and more! Come check it out!
My Take on What could be done between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios over Spider-Man!
An honest attempt at recreating the Avengers: Infinity War Trailer shown at Marvel's Phase III event.
Here is a cool fan-made teaser for The Suicide Squad Movie. Enjoy and please Like!
Of course this crossover is exciting, so I drew this.
Up until now, none of the fan-made artwork we'd seen for The Force Awakens had any official images/footage to draw from, but obviously that all changed yesterday afternoon. Take a look at this great fan-poster which takes inspiration from the most indelible shots in the trailer.
Remember that amazing fan-made poster for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which assembled "The Trinity"? Well, a similar piece has now found its way online and it puts the focus solely on Ben Affleck's (Gone Girl) Dark Knight. Hit the jump to check it out...
Julia Voth has starred in TV shows like Project: SERA and Package Deal, but Marvel Studios (or possibly Sony Pictures) would be wise to give the actress a starring role in a future movie based on these two very cool masked and unmasked Spider-Woman digital paintings...
Just a short time ago, it was reported that Jared Leto is being eyed for 'The Joker' in Suicide Squad. Australian digital artist, Kode Abdo (aka Boss Logic), didn't waste any time illustrating what the actor could look like as The Clown Prince of Crime.
Should Hollywood make sequels or shouldn't they? This is the question that a new "Sequel" art show ponders by having various artists create fictional posters for sequels to popular films that were never made. Hit the jump to check them out.