FAN ART: Marvel and James Gunn's HIT-MONKEY Movie Gets A Cool Poster
Back in late 2012, James Gunn named Guardians of the Galaxy, We3, Thunderbolts, and Hit-Monkey as the only four Marvel Comics properties that he'd be interested in bringing to the big-screen. Obviously, his Guardians are just six weeks away from their big-screen debut, but Gunn also once said, or joked, that he initially went to Marvel Studios in hope of helming the Hit-Monkey big-screen adaptation. Knowing this, fanboy artist Rob Csiki, whose vintage Guardians of the Galaxy poster was among the first to get James Gunn's attention via Twitter, has now shared his awesome pop art poster for the director's hopeful take on Marvel's obscure Japanese Macaque. Check it out below!
Following his vintage Guardians of the Galaxy poster, Rob Csiki has shared his latest work inspired by a Marvel film not in development, but one in which James Gunn expressed interest. Check it out!
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