Image of the Day: Bruce Lee is Spider-Man? Bruce Lee IS Spider-Man!
If you're still having doubts about The Amazing Spider-Man, this story's for you! According to Stan Lee, there's nothing to worry about. The film is in capable hands—and Andrew Garfield has his Spidey stamp of approval.
When you consider the fact that most rock stars try to pull off a superhero persona anyway, it's no surprise that everyone from Peter Parker to the Boy Wonder has inspired a few hit (and several deep cut) rock 'n roll tunes over the years. Heck, everyone from Prince to the Black Lips has wanted in on the action at some point.
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You clicked on a lot of pics here at Blastr during 2011. But which set of pics did you click on the most?
Wanna hear John Barrowman jazz up the Spider-Man and Wonder Woman themes? Yes, of course you do. Because you are not only a geek, but you're a geek with discerning taste, who has a flair for the finer things in life.
Image of the Day: Doctorama—16 famous Drs. in Futurama jars
Turns out the mask-helmet that Willem Dafoe wore in the first Spider-Man film wasn't director Sam Raimi's initial plan: He wanted something a bit more ... organic for the face of the Webslinger's arch-villain. Wanna see it in motion? Here's the footage of some early tests.
When you think about it, Santa is basically a superhero. He always wears the same costume, he flies and there's no way he could deliver all those toys in one night without either time travel or super speed. So it's understandable that other sci-fi icons would want to be just like him, especially this time of year.
The covers here—including Iron Man's "Demon in a Bottle" and The Amazing Spider-Man #33 —are among the most instantly recognizable in all of comics. But one artist has taken their beauty one step further by adding a pinch of animation.