Tag Archives: superhero

Time-Traveling Superheroes.

Indonesian artist and illustrator Agan Harahap brings us a series of photos were superheroes have been photoshopped into historic war photography. Its pretty amazing. Check it out. AWESOME.

Pixels of Inspiration #3.

This week’s Pixels of Inspiration is brought to you by Mark Todd and his current gallery at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery. Check out his Marvel-inspired work. Its pretty amazing. And as I’m watching this, I’m watching the new Avengers cartoon and holy crap, its amazing. Check it out if you have Netflix! via […]

Web-Slinger’s Back.

It’s finally here. The trailer for Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man. I won’t say more, but check it out. I’m pretty happy with it, especially considering that its only a teaser trailer.

The Man Who Broke the Bat.

THEDARKKNIGHTRISES. THEDARKKNIGHTRISES. THEDARKKNIGHTRISES. THEDARKKNIGHTRISES. SWAG. SWAG. SWAG. SWAG. The Dark Knight Rises teaser trailer is attached to Harry Potter this weekend. I can’t wait to be disappointed. And if you guys got my title reference, I love you.

The Amazing Spider-Man.

If you know me, you know that I LOVE Spider-Man. He is hands-down my favorite superhero, although the next four in my top 5 always switch back and forth depending on their current comics. The new Spider-Man film with Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spider-Man, was announced a while back now, but I am so excited […]


I love Japan. I love manga. I love comics. I Love Marvel. What do you get when you combine all of those? AN ANIME VERSION OF X-MEN (AND IRON MAN AND WOLVERINE AND BLADE). Marvel actually announced this project a while ago, but I don’t think I ever blogged about it. Marvel is collaborating with […]

Jizz In My Pants.

Last month, I went to get lunch with some friends at Orochon, the ramen joint famous for their spicy ramen, in Little Tokyo. After grubbing my life away, we stopped by the local Japanese book store. I love Japanese book stores mainly for their magazines. I love the Japanese versions of American magazines like Nylon, […]

Let’s Talk Spin-Offs.

As I was working on those four different, well I guess three, album covers, I stumbled upon something and it led to another project that I’m going to be working on. I won’t let you know exactly what it is, but I’ll give you a clue. It was branched off while working on my second […]