Sunday, July 6, 2014
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Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Monday, May 19, 2014
written by Peter David
art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Michele Benevento, Dan Brown, & Andres Mossa
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Monday, May 12, 2014
Saturday, May 3, 2014
"…Falcon’s talking to the birds, or whatever it is he does…”
(mother of god)
Thursday, May 1, 2014
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
I think that a huge problem is people who read comics and don’t understand the point of superheroes, which is to be the best version of yourself. You love Captain America? Well, you know what Captain America would never do? Go online anonymously and shit on a girl for having an opinion.
Brian Michael Bendis, dropping truth bombs in an interview with Vulture (via brynnasaurus)
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Masks are a staple of superhero costumes, but hey, guess what? The Winter Soldier’s is depressing as hell, just like every other aspect of his life.
While Steve’s “mask” is more like a helmet than anything else (particularly since he no longer has a secret identity to protect), the Winter Soldier’s mask is basically a muzzle. Not only does it anonymize with him far more efficiency than the domino mask we often see him wearing in the comics, but it dehumanizes him, showing only a few slivers of visible skin to indicate that he’s anything other than a relentless cyborg. With the goggles on he’s almost completely faceless, and the muzzle serves to hide Sebastian Stan’s expressive mouth. And although he does bark out a few orders during one of the fight scenes, that mask is not exactly conducive to friendly conversation — possibly a subtle callback to the facial restraint we see Loki wearing at the end of Avengers. Not pleasant in the slightest.
— Costuming and design in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
dying cuz i was looking at pics of Shazam (one of the DC comics characters DC/Warner Bros just announced are getting their own movies):
and then i was like, “wait, doesn’t he look kind of familiar?” because last week it was announced that there’s gonna be a film adaptation of Superior, who looks like this:
anyway, Shazam is a young boy who gets turned into an adult superhero by a wizard, whereas Superior is a young boy who gets turned into an adult superhero by an alien monkey/demon, so they are totally different.
in other news, still no Wonder Woman or Black Widow movie.