I love Yaya Han’s costumes, and those who get to see her show off her craft are usually in for a treat. The model/costume designer is at the San Diego Comic-Con, and she’s showing off her new Catwoman costume.
Joining her in this shot is WindoftheStars, another super talented seamstress, who is wearing her Harley Quinn costume today.
Didn’t think we would be able to see the Firefly panel until November when the Science Channel airs it. Looks like Things From Another World received permission to record and post the panel for all to enjoy, so enjoy it now.
The 24th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards (“The Eisners”) was held last night in the Indigo Ballroom of the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel, showcasing the best in comics for 2011, and publisher Archaia is happy to announce it was honored with three awards for its original graphic novel hardcover, Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand.
I don’t think the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have ever had a time when there wasn’t an audience for their hijinks. So it makes sense that Nickelodeon would bring the characters back for a new series.
Take the jump for a look at the footage that premiered at the San Diego Comic Con.
Image Comics and Top Cow Productions will be embarking on a brand new Talent Search to find two new writers and two new artists. Since its beginnings, Top Cow has always cultivated new talent, breaking in and training fresh creators including Michael Turner, David Finch, Joe Benitez, Mike Choi, Eric Basaldua, Francis Manapul, Tyler Kirkham, Stjepan Sejic, and Kenneth Rocafort among many, many others. The last Top Cow Talent Search discovered Michael Broussard… who’s next?
Image Comics and Top Cow Productions are thrilled to announce the next evolution of PILOT SEASON, the annual original comics’ competition. With the 2012 Season, Top Cow will partner exclusively with Thrillbent.com, Mark Waid and John Rogers’ ground-breaking digital comics portal, to bring Pilot Season for FREE.
Most of us expected Peter Jackson to roll into San Diego and present a highlight reel from The Hobbit in full 48fps. Turns out those who sit through the presentation at Comic-Con are only going to see it in 24fps.
When we screened only the 48fps reel at CinemaCon a few months ago, some bloggers focussed stories, not on the content, but on their negative reaction to 10 minutes of high frame rate footage. This reaction convinced me that the only fair way to experience 48fps, is to sit down and watch a complete feature length movie, with a narrative, not quick trailer cuts.
There you go – You have to see the whole movie to appreciate the experience when The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey arrives in theaters on December 14, 2012.