Only in America! Last week we delivered the titillating box art for the XXX superhero film starring Vivid Entertainment's adult film studs. Now comes the sanitized, SFW teaser complete with dime store FX and the sublime horror of ex-wrestler Chyna in green body paint.
People trying to raise money for charity will walk, run, bike and even dance for hours, but very few of them will attempt to sketch for hours. Don't tell that to legendary Marvel Comics artist John Romita Jr., though, because he's about to try to break his own 48-hour world record with a sketching marathon to benefit a cancer charity.
With less than two months to go until the first issues of Before Watchmen hit comics stores (whether you like it or not), DC Comics is pulling back the curtain even further on their controversial prequel books. More than a dozen new images hit the net over the weekend, including character designs and full pages of art from the DC offices.
We've all heard the stories—or worse, read the books—about the hot young actor who "loves" comics and gets involved with a publisher to make some generic book in the hopes of selling it to Hollywood as a starring vehicle. And then there's Transformers' Shia LaBeouf, who showed off his new comics at the C2E2 convention. Whoo boy.
Who you gonna call for wormholes and quantum tornadoes? The Ghostbusters are probably a little unqualified, but you might want to get in touch with the psychic cops of Vertigo's new comic Collider—and we have the exclusive first look right here.
With the marketing bonanza for the upcoming Before Watchmen prequel comics kicking into high gear, DC Comics has offered up the first real look into the pre-Watchmen world we'll be entering. Get comfy and dig into the latest copy of the New Frontiersman —circa August 2, 1977.
Game of Thrones has it all wrong....summer is coming! So, to celebrate the shining solstice yet to be, DC has dipped its marketing toe in the vibrant waters of boxer shorts and bikinis with some outrageous offerings - superhero-style.
If you were planning to buy Before Watchmen, you might think twice once you've heard what Alan Moore has to say ...
How do you sell your self-published comic starring an action hero version of Harry Houdini? Why, chain yourself in front of your local comic store and say you won't leave until your book sells out, of course! Great idea ... until the fuzz turns up.
Can you imagine being a plant worker whose great uncle knew you like comics as a kid and left you a couple of boxes of 'em when he died—and then discovering those boxes held a one-of-a-kind collection worth millions? Welcome to Michael Rorrer's life.