For those of us who enjoy shorter stories that feature Batman, we have another book to buy besides Legends of The Dark Knight.
I’ll admit it, I love the high quality statues Sideshow Collectibles puts out. The combination of stunning sculpt and craftsmanship blows me away. It looks like the company is about to unleash a Poison Ivy statue on the world, and the company is teasing us with a couple of pictures.
I really like it when artists use colored paper to create their art. Allison Sohn took a crack at Poison Ivy, and came up with this nice piece of art.
Harley’s rampage is almost at it’s end. Now, will she kill him? Find out after the jump.
Over the last decade, statues have been fighting comic books and trade paperbacks for shelf space in the Major Spoilers Nerd Room of Doom. There’s something about a three dimensional sculpt that brings the four color character to life. But what good are these statues (limited run, mass produced, and so on), if you can’t share their beauty with others?
This week, we kick off a really long series of galleries of some of the statues in our vast collection, and we’re starting with the Women of the DC Universe.
Halloween may be over, but that isn’t stopping us from showing off this stunner of an image from Dustin Nguyen.
Sony Online Entertainment and DC Entertainment continue to show off villains from the upcoming DC Universe Online MMORPG. This time, it’s all about Poison Ivy.
I stopped collecting comic book trading cards back in the 90s, but occasionally, I’ll come across a piece of art that makes me want to get back into the game.Â Â There are two things preventing me from that 1) I have no more room in my Nerd Room of Doom, and 2) today’s entry by Gene Gonzales is only a practice, and not part of a shipping series.
Yup, it’s Adam Hughes once again making an appearance in the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day. I can’t get enough of his art, and I can’t wait to see his Poison Ivy designs turned into a statue from DC Direct.
A bit late with today’s installment, but I found, then lost, then found once again Adam Archer’s wonderful Poison Ivy piece.Â I like this, not because of the female form, but the myriad of leaves that are added to the work that blend wonderfully with the background, and the foreground subject.
Surprisingly enough, leading ladies Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn take a back seat in issue 3 of this new series. Donâ€™t expect this book to pick up where issue 2 left off; we donâ€™t discover what becomes of Harley who was kidnapped by Tommy Elliot (posing as Bruce Wayne). The storyline will pick up again in issue 4 titled â€œHush and Harleyâ€.
The consumer demo for Batman: Arkham Asylumâ„¢, co-published in North America by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Eidos Inc., will be available for the Xbox 360Â® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATIONÂ®3 entertainment system and Games For WindowsÂ® LIVE worldwide on August 7. The full game will be available at retail stores nationwide in North America beginning August 25, and in Europe and Australia beginning August 28.
The demo will be offered on Xbox LIVEÂ® Marketplace for Xbox 360 and PlayStationÂ®Network for the PLAYSTATION 3. Fans can visit www.batmanarkhamasylum.com for details on how to download the Games For Windows LIVE version.