We've seen several manips (some even pretty decent) but now we have this piece from Christopher Nico of Reins Illustration Studio, which gives us an artist's impression of how the Israeli beauty could look as Princess Diana in the Man Of Steel sequel.
This was probably the worst release of summer. A dozen years in development, and a $130 million budget, led to only a few weeks in theaters and a miserable B.O. return. I carve into this disc to look for signs of death.
Come see the lovely cosplayer, Jadababy, dressed as Velma Dinkley from Scooby-Doo, Wednesday Addams from the Addams Family, Halle Berry's Catwoman, a Ghostbuster and Jessie from Toy Story 2.
Marvel have released the full list of solicitations for March 2014, and with many new titles being launched as part of the "All-New Marvel NOW!" initiative, there's a lot on offer. Which titles feature the most wallpaper worthy cover artwork? Hit the jump for our top ten selections!
Tired of explaining to people that you think Ben Affleck is going to be a great Batman? Say it with a shirt.
Professor Charles Xavier (Pete Holmes) determines that Cyclops (Scott Summers) poses too much of a safety risk for him to be a member of the X-Men, as all that protects the world from Cyclops' optic blast are sunglasses with ruby quartz lenses.
A former friend now appears to be a bitter enemy. A fanboy from Central City learns the secret identity of Starling City's vigilante protector. Plus, a future sidekick became a lot more promising. Continue on to join the discussion on the Arrow mid-season finale. Spoilers
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We'll take Lex Luthor as a given, but which other DC Comics villain do you think Supes, Bats, Wonder Woman (and whoever else shows up) will have to face in Zack Snyder's follow up to Man Of Steel? Sound off after the jump.
Cosplay Photography is really cool. It's like the Mona Lisa version of the comic book artform. As Filipino photographer and comic geek Jay Tablante will show us his works. Check it out after the jump.
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Superheroes are the ones who brings the money to the table. But Comic Book Villains brings color to the movies. Because without them, we have no need for Superheroes at all. So let's go back memory lane and see where this Costumed Criminals first appeared in their comic book counterparts.
Come check out even more concept art from Bottlerocket and Brash Entertainment's The Flash video game, created by conceptual illustrator Roger Robinson. Come see character designs for Captain Cold, Mirror Master, Weather Wizard, The Trickster and many more.
Auralnauts provides 10 Guaranteed Improvements to Peter Jacksons The Hobbit films.
We have an incredible prize pack to give away to one lucky reader which includes a limited edition copy of Liberator signed by Lou Ferrigno, Peta Wilson and Michael Dorn, original screen-used comic art by Darren Auck, and a whole lot more we don't have space to tell you about here!
This week we're looking at the casting of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, X-Men: Apocolypse, the first trailer for The Amazing Spider-man 2 and the weird and terrible history of getting Spider-man to the big screen. Hit the jump to support the show!
But not just any Batmobile, Batman: the Animated Series Edition.
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I guess we can thank director Joel Schumacher ("Lost Boys") for at least one thing. If not for his disastrous Batman & Robin (1997), we may never have gotten Christopher Nolan's wonderful Batman trilogy. Think about that while you check out these pieces of concept art.
A little over a decade ago, Jim Carrey ("In Living Color") was sought after for the remake of the 1964 American live-action/animated film, The Incredible Mr. Limpet. Hit the jump to see what the funnyman with the rubber face could've looked like, as a fish.