Saturday, June 19, 2010
In what can only be described as a very strange, and very NSFW video, nude model Violet Erotica makes love to an Iron Man plush toy. Now Violet is pretty damn hot, so we're willing to overlook the possible furry fetish.
Seriously Violet, it's kind of weird.
Of course, it's also kind of hot.
Still, you should probably talk to someone.
We haven't seen Jonah Hex yet, but gfest can guarentee you that we will. With Megan Fox playing a prostitute in the movie we are also expecting a whole lot of sex appeal. The Artist know as Eddie must have thought the same thing, although not about Megan Fox.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Jessica comes back into the spotlight with this? She is just creeping Gfest the hell out with this photohoot from Genlux magazine featuring these freaky dolls.
You want to know the worst part? She looks so god damn hot. I mean really, really, really hot. And, I hate dolls (ever since chuckie).
You remember the Green Arrow figure in the Retro-Action DC line? Probably not because it sold-out so god damn quick nobody got one. Why wouldn't it? Gfest loves the look of the old MEGO figures from the 1970s.
Thankfully, Mattel realized the demand for these beautiful retro figures and will soon release a new wave. The company posted photos of the Wave 2 collection that features Batman, Two-Face, Aquaman, and Black Manta. (via matty collector)
Mr. Spock certainly has plenty of experience dealing with alien races, but we doubt he's ever run into anything as formidible as the Orange Lantern Larfleeze. Why the met on a disco dance floor is beyond me, but its darn funny.
Franco Aureliani of Tiny Titans fame is to thank for this masterpiece.
Legofenris has wonderful lego minifigure pictures on his flickr site. It's hard to pick just one to post but as Gfest was scrolling though all the pictures this one caught our attention. We couldn't stop laughing.
The caption under the picture is terribly funny as well. "I swear to god, Han, if you don't tell her by tomorrow, I'll be gone... dump Leia or no more furry love. Choose... "
Head over to Legofenris and check out all his wonderfully clever photos.
The cover of Scooby-Doo #150 features the tag line, “Darkness Falls On Scooby-Doo…As Mystery, Inc Face Their Blackest Knight Yet!” It was released in November of 2009, when Geoff John's eight-part Blackest Night mega event was just in the beginning stages.
Scooby-Doo is, of course, part of DC’s unofficial Johnny DC imprint, and as such never subject to what’s going on in the DC Universe , but Gfest thinks they're may be clues to about Blackest Night or Brightest Day in this book.
Maybe Gfest just ate way too many scooby snacks. if not a Blackest Night tie-in proper, DC was at least going for a joking allusion to the biggest DCU story at the time.
source via comics alliance
Thursday, June 17, 2010
The live action Smurfs movie is coming next summer and today a trailer was released for the movie. The trailer is less than a minute long and is basically pointless, but if you're feeling extra smurfy on this Thursday afternoon, feel free to watch it.
DC Comics released two wonderful variant covers for Brightest Day #5. The cover art has become the best part of the Brightest Day storyline.
Four issues into this bi-monthly series and Gfest has yet determine the significance of this story as it relates to the DC Universe.
DC Comics hit the lottery on 52 and has been playing the same numbers ever since in the hopes of hitting it again.
Despite the storyline, Ivan Reis and David Finch have produced some wonderful cover art. enjoy.
The best aspect of the Blackest Night storyline was the return of Maxwell Lord. With the exception of Martian Manhunter, Gfest could give a damn about all the other characters that returned from the "dead."
As much as it pains Gfest to give Dan Didio any compliments, the Justice League Generation Lost series has been top notch thus far, surpassing any thing going in Brightest Day.
So enjoy this Variant cover to Justice League Generation Lost #5 by Tony Harris. It's a fantastic picture of Maxwell Lord.
Hidden deep in the Marvel Fall solicitations is a comic that should have been at the top of the list - Spiderman Back in Quack #1 . I mean just for the Skottie Young cover art alone it is worth the buy. Plus, who doesn't like Howard the Duck? Marvel's Solicit Reads,
"Presenting two of Marvel's finest: Spider-Man and ... Cynical Duck (TM)? Yes, Howard the Duck's brain has been thoroughly scrubbed, his hard-edged humor carefully dulled down for maximum demographic acceptance. It's up to Peter Parker to set the duck straight -- but does the world prefer Howard this way? Guest-starring the villainy of SOOPhI, the utter cluelessness of Mayor J. Jonah Jameson, and the unnerving eroticism of "Swizzle," SOOPhI's whip-wielding corporate spokeswoman. So wrong it's ... well, no, it's still wrong, courtesy of Stuart Moore (NAMOR) and Mark Brooks (YOUNG AVENGERS). Plus: a tiny-size Man-Thing backup feature by Stuart Moore & Joe Suitor (MARVEL BREAKOUT)! 40 PGS./One-Shot/Rated A ...$3.99"Show all
The full line up of new-look Looney Tunes has been unveiled from designer Jessica Borutski who redesigned them for the upcoming animated TV series for the Cartoon Network, The Looney Tunes Show. She writes;
"Here they are!! Man I had fun drawing these guys, I love this job SOOO MUCH!!Marisol and Petunia are my personal favorites.
I gave them slightly different proportions that emphasize things I always liked about the characters. An example is Bugs’ feet. I streamlined them and made them bigger. I thought it would look awesome in a walk cycle and be really fun to animate in general.
I spent six months creating a show bible…new turnarounds, notes and drawings showing the new designs…"
Gfest found this fantastic picture of Link from the Legend of Zelda over at Dorkly and had to share it with you. As a huge Zelda fan that has played every game, the picture hits home. It's difficult to keep track of all the items (hook-shot, bow and arrow, boots, glove, bracelet, bombs, etc.). We could not find the artist behind this creative picture, so please let us know so we can give you the proper credit.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Yesterday we got a teaser image of Andrew Lincoln portraying police officer Rick Grimes in AMC's adaptation of The Walking Dead.
Today we get a picture of a whole lot of Zombies and damn if they don't look real good.
Gfest can't wait for this series to begin. It looks sooooooooooo good!
Michael Allred produced one of the best comic book covers, Gfest has seen in along, long time. It's original. It's creative. It's beautiful. It's iZombie #5. Enjoy the preview. iZombie #5 will be available in September.
The USA Today revealed this image from Raja Gosnell's live action/CGI Smurf Movie. According to Aint it Cool News, the first trailer for the film will arrive sometime tomorrow over at Yahoo.
Smurfs in time square, who would of thunk it.