Friday, September 10, 2010

How to Make Your Money Extra Cool by Adding Geek Art

Aren't you tired of walking around with plain old cash currency?  The only potential surprise is figuring out what miniscule amounts of drugs you get with that dollar bill. 

But now you can surprise the world by adding Batman, Superman, Darth Vader or any of the other following inspirations to make your dollar bill extra geeky. 

Sexy, Naughty & Slutty Disney Princess Comic Book Characters - Round Two

The first collection of Sexy Disney Princesses was a huge hit, and why wouldn't it be? (See them HERE if you missed it)  A gallery full of female Disney characters imagined as sexy comic book characters is pure genius.   

We’ve all thought about it at least once.  Nothing wrong with that. In all honesty, many of them are hotter than the real thing, and odds on they’d be up for anything. We’d be naive if we didn’t suspect some sordid stuff was going on behind the scenes in Disneyland.

And we're still waiting for Walt Disney to venture into the anime porn business. Until then, check out the latest creations in this series, and tell us which is your favorite. 

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Images from Hustler's Avatar Porn Movie - Are You HorNavi (Possibly NSFW)?

New images from the Hustler Avatar porn spoof, This Ain't Avatar XXX, have been released. Quite frankly these images don't turn me on they scare the ever living sh*t out of me. These are the things that give adolscent boys nightmares. Does anyone find these woman (I assume they're woman) coated in blue paint attractive?  I think we all agree Smurfette was smokin hot, but these Navi's are Lindsay Lohan gross.

This Ain't Avatar XXX is being released on DVD and Blu-ray this September 28th. It even has a two-disc set that includes both a 2D and 3D version of the film.

Cardboard Box Avengers Costumes are Incredible

Nikejerk3's flickr account posted these amazing, just freakin amazing Avenger costumes made from cardboard boxes.  Red Skull, Thor, Iron Man, Dr. Doom, Beast and Captain America look good.  Halloween is coming up and you may want to contact Nikejerk3 and beg him to get you a costume. How about some DC characters next?  Please?

Jock's Cover to DETECTIVE COMICS #872 is a Gas!

I love Jock's work on SCALPED and GREEN ARROW YEAR ONE so I was very excited when DC announced that he would become the new artist on DETECTIVE COMICS.

AMERICAN VAMPIRE writer Scott Snyder and THE LOSERS artist Jock are going to turn this title into a Batman noir book.   A gritty, dynamic and edgy visual representation," is how the new DETECTIVE COMICS creative team is describing their take on Batman.

The cover above is the second installment of “The Black Mirror” arc, in which “a series of brutal murders pushes Batman’s detective skills to the limit and forces him to confront one of Gotham City’s oldest evils.” DETECTIVE COMICS #872 is due in stores in December.

Pictures from the Movie Set of CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER

As a comic book star of the Forties of, Captain America was as patriotic emblem for his country, often depicted fighting the Nazi powers of World War II.
But it seems the Captain America in the forthcoming movie based on the iconic cartoon character is going to be bringing his powers to Britain as well.
Today motorbike scenes for Captain America: The First Avenger were being shot in the London countryside. American actor Chris Evans, who also starred in the Fantastic Four comic book films, is playing the title role in the film.

And today his stunt double was snapped in a leafy London location, dressed in full regalia, riding a US Army Indian motorcycle.
True to the original character, the costume comprised the colours of the American flag, complete with a huge star on the chest, helmet and cape.
There was also a magnificent Forties-style car on set, which was seen being driven through a woodland location, as well as some more futuristic looking motorcycles.
 The film started shooting in June, when Tommy Lee Jones was confirmed as playing US Army Colonel Chester Phillips.

Dominic Cooper will also play a role as the younger version of Howard Stark, the character which John Slattery portrayed in Iron Man 2.
More filming is scheduled there for later this month. But in the meantime production will continue in London, with a number of key landmarks expected to be taken in during filming.

The movie, directed by Joe Johnston and scheduled for release in July next year, will also star Lord of the Rings actor Hugo Weaving as Johann Schmidt / Red Skull, Captain America's nemesis and head of the Nazis' terrorist activities.

The futuristic-looking bikes on set today appeared to be carrying riders bearing the Red Skull symbol as a chase scene was filmed.
Source:  The Daily Mall

Another THE WALKING DEAD #80 Teaser Cover - 'Desperate Times...'

The latest preview for Robert Kirkman's THE WALKING DEAD does not look good for our heroes/survivors.  If you thought things looked bad in the last preview, well it looks a helluva lot worse now.

Kirkman is no stranger to killing-off main characters in this book, so it should be no surprise that we lose a few of these folks that have been near and dear to our heart.  But, damn, it's looking real, real bad for these folks.

PREVIEW: BATMAN BEYOND #4 - "Hush" Killer & Catwoman Revealed

I love BATMAN BEYOND.  I love the comic.  I love the animated series. 

This miniseries by writer Adam Beechen and artist Ryan Benjamin has been superb.  The dynamic between Terry and Bruce; the introduction of the Hush character; the mystery behind Catwoman; the collection of former Batman foes contained within the story; and the futuristic setting makes this one of my favorite monthly titles.

When DC Comics announced that this title would get a regular monthly series I was ecstatic. 

September 15 is it, BATMAN BEYOND fans – the secret of the new Catwoman is revealed, along with the identity of the mystery killer. Gotham City remains under siege as Terry McGinnis and Bruce Wayne find themselves at odds. Not great timing, especially with Batman finding himself at odds with a vengeance-crazed villain.  Below is a preview to get your blood pumping.

Source:   DC Comics

Stephen King's The Dark Tower Coming to Theatres and Television

Dark Tower fans have suffered through many rumored adaptations of Stephen King's beloved story, but it now it seems that the long wait is not only over, but it was well worth it.  Because it sure feels like Ron Howard has got a plan in place that will make Dark Tower fans very, very happy. 

Stephen King’s massive The Dark Tower novel series is now getting the mass media full-court press that fans have been waiting so long for.  The adaptation will be groundbreaking in that it will be adapted as both a film trilogy and television show from Universal Pictures and NBC Universal Television Entertainment.

As reported on, Ron Howard's team — responsible for Cinderella Man A Beautiful Mind, and the film version of The Da Vinci Code — will creatively head the adaptation, with Howard set to direct the first film and TV season.
Simultaneously launching a TV series and film trilogy is a relatively unprecedented move, and a clear attempt to do justice to the seven novels of source material. This has never before been attempted: using a major studio’s film and TV platforms simultaneously to tell a story. It is reminiscent of when Peter Jackson directed three installments of The Lord of The Rings, back to back, so that they could be released in three consecutive years.

“What Peter did was a feat, cinematic history,” said Howard. “The approach we’re taking also stands on its own, but it’s driven by the material. I love both, and like what’s going on in TV. With this story, if you dedicated to one medium or another, there’s the horrible risk of cheating material. The scope and scale call for a big screen budget. But if you committed only to films, you’d deny the audience the intimacy and nuance of some of these characters and a lot of cool twists and turns that make for jaw-dropping, compelling television. We’ve put some real time and deep thought into this, and a lot of conversations and analysis from a business standpoint, to get people to believe in this and take this leap with us. I hope audiences respond

 to it in a way that compels us to keep going after the first year or two of work. It’s fresh territory for me, as a filmmaker.”

The plan is for the first movie to come out, followed by Season 1 of the series. Movie 2 comes after that, continuing the story. Season 2 and beyond of the TV show (it’s unclear just how many) will then reach into the past, using the material from the comic book series to tell more of the history of Roland Deschain. Finally, Movie 3 will wrap up the story.

That means the feature cast—and the big star who’ll play Deschain—also has to appear in the TV series before returning to the second film.  That also probably means we will see a cast of relative unknowns cast for the series. 

The Dark Tower revolves around Roland Deschain, the last living member of a knightly order of gunslingers, and humanity’s last hope to save a civilization that will crumble unless he finds the Dark Tower.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Very Cool Han Solo and the Bounty Hunters Art

Artist and illustrator Chris Bishop is very talented and creative.  Just check out his cool and innovative Star Wars art below.

Han Solo has a bunch of tattoos but the most important ones are a heart with an “L” on it for Leia, an “MF” for the old Millennium Falcon, and two little crossed out Death Stars.

Yet as much as we love the Han Solo, we love this Baddest Bounty Hunters in the Galaxy even more. 

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Batman Having Sex WIth Four Blondes - Pow! Bap! Splatt!

So THIS is where all those old action words from the old Adam West Batman TV Series came from.  This all makes sense now.  Although I thought Bruce Wayne was the ladies man. 

Shocking News Alert: Grant Morrison to Frustrate Comic Fans

I know what you will say, "if you don't like it, don't read it."   That is easier said than done since Morrison authors the books from my favorite superhero, Batman.  Now we have so many damn Batman books with more than one Batman and apparently it is all connected because we are awaiting the return of Bruce Wayne and its significance to the DCU and the Batman Universe.  Except, Grant's too busy and we have to wait for these books.

Will everything be delayed?  Does the DCU storyline as a whole revolve around Bruce Wayne?  Is Wayne truly a White Lantern?  Does Bruce a play major role in Brightest Day?  We were told TIME MASTERS: VANISHING POINT plays an important role in the next DCU storyline?  Who  knows!

Batman: The Return of Bruce #5 was confirmed as being postponed for two months. Originally scheduled for Aug. 5, the DC Comics website now has it coming out on Oct. 6. Blogger David Uzumeri brought this to my attention with a Twitter poster on Friday, and the realization of the delay dovetailed in with two other pieces of stray information from weeks ago.

The first was the news of a sudden artistic change-up to Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #4 from Cameron Stewart to Georges Jeanty; originally solicited for July 21, the book only came out one week late, but the artwork looks a tad rushed. Stewart wrote on his blog that “conditions were such that I felt that my work would be drastically compromised and sub par should I stay on board, and so I felt that it was best that I walked away.” It has proven to be amicable, with pages already filtering out online of a future collaboration with Stewart, Morrison and DC on the 16th issue of Batman & Robin.

The second is from the blog of Sean Murphy, artist of the Morrison-penned Joe the Barbarian. According to his post, he’s waiting on the script for the final two issues of the series. Joe the Barbarian #7 was originally scheduled for release on July 21, while DC’s website now has a release of Sept. 15.

Checking with the solicitations for the past three months, Morrison is working on four series: Batman, Batman & Robin, Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne and Joe The Barbarian. He’s also been announced to work on two miniseries, Batman: The Return and Multiversity, a new series titled Batman Inc., as well as a prose book titled Supergods: Our World in the Age of the Superhero.

Source:  Robot6