You have probably seen the Superman 75 animated short, and now we get a behind the scenes look at the piece thanks to Dusty Abell.
If you listen to the latest edition of the Major Spoilers Podcast, you will hear us briefly discuss Li’l Dynamites and the other kid-aged superhero titles and where that craze all started. As it would happen, later after recording I was surfing the net, as my grandparents call it, and came across a kid-aged Justice League art piece! Check out the cuteness after the jump!
The longing to play Pokemon X & Y has yet to subside, so I was l looking through the Internet seeing all the fun the lucky amongst us were having when I stumbled upon some more Pokemon art. deviantART user seiryuuden posted a great image of the three new starting Pokemon that just needs to be shared.
This past weekend saw the release of the two latest installments in the Pokemon game franchise with Pokemon X & Y. While many lucky gamers spent their weekend starting their new adventure to catch them all, I was not so lucky. To settle my sadness I looked over the Internet for great Pokemon fan art, so today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day features Arkeis and his work of the three new starting Pokemon.
It’s no secret that Marvel has ran the tables on the live action superhero feature films, but DC has continued to put out captivating animated features that go straight to digital distribution and Blu-Ray. Because of that, I would highly suggest that DC takes a look at what Hoang Huy Ha has done with the design of the Justice League for a future film or, better yet, a kids television series.
It’s been a while since we’ve run an Art Appreciation Moment of the Day. Let’s rectify that by turning the spotlight on Marc L. Thomas and his take on Superman and Batman.
We have Gene Gonzales on our daily feed, so we get to see fantastic art all the time. Thought it was time to share some of his new stuff with you – and specifically Mary Marvel.
Found this awesome animated gif of the various Batman logos getting the morphing animated treatment.
After listening to Zach on Film, where the boys talked about Moulin Rouge (hey, I’m really far behind on my podcasts), it got me thinking what would Disney do if they could go all out and not worry about family fun? Fortunately, the graphic artist Madhanz took the guess work out of the House of Mouse’s hands and whipped up a piece of work that features the Disney Princesses as Moulin Rouge dancers.
Yup… it’s yet another rendition of the Princesses As Blank Edition!
You know what this day needs? A recreation of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam” with the characters from Adventure Time would be the answer you are searching for. The master piece, which cannot be seen in the Vatican, is ready for you to see right after the jump!
Doc Shaner has been thinking about Man of Steel, and though he hasn’t shared his thoughts on the movie, he did share a nice piece of Superman art.
What would happen if the Pixar short Paper featured well known characters instead of an unknown guy falling in love? Eddie Snow took the What If…? challenge, and the results are pretty interesting.