There have been some artist renderings of what Mickey Rourke would look like in Iron Man 2, but USA Today got the scope (is it really a scoop if the paper is working with the company to get first access?) and the picture of Rourke in his getup. This first image of the character shows Whiplash making an appearance at the Monaco Historic Grand Prix. Favreau as usual is tight-lipped about plot points and declines to discuss whether the big-screen Whiplash is, as in the Marvel Comics, a weapons designer who works for Justin Hammer (Sam Rockwell), a competitor of
ReelArt Studios and Dark Horse Comics have announced it will release a new statue based on Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant. Beginning in 1937, when it first appeared as a full tabloid page in the nationâ€™s newspapers, this meticulously crafted ongoing adventure has continued to run weekly, winning worldwide acclaim for its detailed realism and heroic scope. At the heart of the story is a nordic prince who comes to Camelot, and befriends Merlin, Arthur, and his fellow knights. Armed with the magical â€œsinging sword,â€ he sets forth on a neverending adventure that has thrilled generations of readers. This 1/8-scale statue
The game has been slowing, but finally gamers got a look at Jim Lee’s DC Universe Online game.Â While it is a MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online) game, the trailer below only shows NPC heroes and villains duking it out.Â If this game has the scope and grandeur of World of Warcraft, then I’m sold. Another behind the scenes trailer after the jump.