I'm more than a little curious about that set snap that Brendon dug up today, because badass vehicles are a big part of the Batman film zeitgeist. Have been since Batman '89, really. We seem to give our comic book filmmakers quite a bit more latitude in this area as well. Updating a costume even with the best of intentions can be dangerous, but tech pretty much begs to be reinvented.
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From somewhere in deepest darkest 4chan… a remixing of Colasquid's original piece.…
Marvel have issued a list of hardcover and trade paperbacks they are expecting to go out of print shortly. This gives retailers a chance to stock up for a final time (for now) and, of course, allows speculators load up on books that will suddenly be a whole lot rarer, with an increased price to match.
See I was going to start this with the cover to Action Comics #3, which I don't think DC Comics have released. But they may have. Anyway something told me you were probably going to want to talk and tweet about the cover of Red Lanterns #3 first…
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Many filmmakers, particularly those working on big studio pictures, can be PR schooled and have their teeth taken out. However, some filmmakers, and you'll notice that it tends to be the most infamous of iconoclasts, have managed some notable zings! against their peers.
The following image alone might constitute some sort of minor spoiler, but I think that's probably true of many of the Dark Knight Rises set pictures we've been seeing. Certainly if you look at a good number of them, some patterns start forming.
Hey, they're going to promote this film with actual images of what the movie looks like and not just fashion photography after all. And here was me thinking the studio were just going to wallpaper the world with lifestyle porn until we all gave up and bought a ticket to stem the flow.