Yesterday we saw some footage of an explosive action scene from the currently shooting pilot of the CW show, and now we have some very nice amateur snaps of Grant Gustin (Barry Allen) as he runs from the car wreckage, before diving to the ground.
Austin-based design studio Mondo have commissioned a new poster for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla reboot for this year's SXSW festival. Phantom City Creative came up with the design, which depicts the legendary monster rising from the smoke of a city he's just decimated.
Disney has just released a brand new one-sheet for the upcoming origin tale of one of their most infamous villains, featuring Miss Jolie in all her cheekboned glory. There's also a couple of new stills from the movie. Check 'em out after the jump.
Last week was a bit rough for Darren Aronofsky's Noah as several Middle Eastern and north African countries banned the film. Let's not dwell on the negatives. Check out the first clip with Russell Crowe, and a new international television spot.
Despite Joss Whedon's “smaller, more personal” principle approach to The Avengers sequel, Thor star Chris Hemsworth assures that everything in the Age of Ultron is bigger. Check it out after the jump
Shout! Factory and Marvel Knights Animation's latest motion comic will be Jason Aaron and Ron Garney's tale, which sees Logan go up against a character we'll soon see in Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D; Deathlok. Check out a synopsis and some cover art after the jump.
Saving the world is good and fine, but it is not going to pay the bills! Eventually, most superheroes have to get a day job, whether they need the money or need to keep their secret identity intact. That is unless they're already a billionaire! Here is our a list of the 'hardest working' superheroes in the biz.
Everyone seems to have already forgotten the Hercules movie starring that guy no one remembers from Twilight, so Paramount are clearly hoping to make a splash when they unveil the first trailer for Brett Ratner's take on the Hercules: The Thracian Wars graphic novel...
Costume illustrator Phillip Boutte Jr. ("Man of Steel"), worked with designer Ann Foley on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and designer Trish Summerville on Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and now you can see his artwork behind both films.
If you've been reading Geoff Johns and David Finch's Forever Evil, you'll know that Richard Grayson recently met his end at the hands of Lex Luthor. Issue #29 of Nightwing then might just be the former Robin's final adventure as it leads into his capture in the pages of that event...