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Friday, 30 July 2010

Batman Returns the Nightmare

little fan video featuring Welcome to My Nightmare by Alice Cooper and Batman Returns by WB & Tim Burton. I hope you enjoy it.

Thursday, 29 July 2010

Iron Man vs Batman: Interactive Stop Motion (Travie McCoy spoof)

OK
This is REALLY done well
Choose who wins the fight.....or.....
Then you can watch the "making of movie", too!!!!

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Comic-Con report: Geeks vs. fundamentalist Christians

Comic-Con report: Geeks vs. fundamentalist Christians

read this....get some preservative people!!!! This just prove to me that some people just want to bitch about everything.....but you decide.

SDCC

Just for fun...hot chicks

DC Cancels More All-Ages Titles




Cancelled DC "Kids Line" comics, in memoriam:

Justice League Unlimited (2004-2008)
Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade (2009)
Super Friends (2008-2010)
Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam (2008-2010)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2009-2010)

This leaves Tiny Titans and the licensed books like Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo.

Sunday, 25 July 2010

The Joker Finally Kills Batman

SDCC 10: The Joker Finally Kills Batman - TV News at IGN

The show is ending, but they still have the second half of Season 2 to air. There will then there will be a 13-episode Season 3, which will be the final one. Season 1 and 2 each consisted of 26 episodes each.

For more info check the link above

Cinematographer Hopes To Shoot 'Whole Movie In IMAX'

Exclusive: 'Batman 3' Cinematographer Hopes To Shoot 'Whole Movie In IMAX'

Early on in the "Inception" preproduction process, director Christopher Nolan and director of photography Wally Pfister had a conversation that dragged on for weeks: After shooting a portion of "The Dark Knight" in IMAX, would they also shoot their Leonardo DiCaprio-starring thriller in the large-scale film format?
"Finally I had to tell Chris that the way he was describing the film, so much of it wanted to be with a handheld camera and kind of running around," Pfister told MTV News. "That's just not physically possible with the IMAX camera. We ruled out shooting in IMAX."
Their thinking on how to shoot "Batman 3," however, might turn out to be vastly different. "I can't say until I read the script, but it would certainly be my preferred, amazing goal to shoot the whole movie in IMAX," Pfister said.
Christian Bale as Batman in "The Dark Knight"That sentiment jibes with rumors from last summer that suggested the next "Batman" could indeed be shot all in IMAX. At this point, though, Pfister is waiting to get his hands on the script and to find out when the threequel will shift into production. When it does, he's hoping to work with IMAX cameras and hoping to avoid 3-D ones.
"I must say I'm a huge IMAX fan. I like IMAX more than I like 3-D," he explained. "Chris' films are so densely layered and have so much going on visually in every way that IMAX helps enhance that because of the scope and the scale of it — it becomes a much larger canvas to paint on. That's what we found on 'Dark Knight.'
"I'm not a big fan of 3-D," he continued. "I liken it to my View-Master I had 40 years ago. Are you really getting more out of the story with 3-D? When you separate those different planes and you're creating artificial depth, it looks phony to me."
Nolan hasn't jumped on the 3-D bandwagon either, saying in June, "I'm not a huge fan of 3-D." Still, any decisions about how to shoot "Batman 3" will ultimately involve Warner Bros. and will certainly wait until Nolan and Pfister sit down and have a discussion similar to the one they had in the run-up to "Inception."
"We usually have lunch and he asks me, 'Tell me what your thoughts are,' " Pfister said. "It's very casual. It's not very technical. And then we start to build toward, 'How are we going to shoot this? Where are we going to shoot this?' My preproduction is about four months long before principal photography begins.
"I can't imagine how we're going to step it up [after 'Inception']," he added. "But we will."

All-star Avengers movie

CBC News - Film - Downey, Jackson cast in all-star Avengers movie

Fans got an unexpected treat at the annual Comic-Con festival in San Diego when the star-studded cast of The Avengers film took to the stage in a surprise unveiling.
Festivalgoers got the first public glimpse Saturday night of the film's cast after the day's movie panels wrapped up. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige stepped out onto the stage and began calling out the cast as 6,000 stunned fans at the pop culture extravaganza looked on.
The Avengers, due in 2012, weaves together the stories of Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow and others. It's a comic book fan's dream film.
The all-star cast and their comic alter egos are:
  • Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man).
  • Chris Evans (Captain America).
  • Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow).
  • Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye).
  • Samuel Jackson (Nick Fury).
  • Chris Hemsworth (Thor).
  • Mark Ruffalo (Hulk).
Joss Whedon, the brains behind the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, confirmed just a few days ago that he was directing Avengers.

Saturday, 24 July 2010

Friday, 23 July 2010

DC Universe Online - Cinematic Teaser Trailer

This makes me want to buy a gaming system and lock myself away for 3 weeks.


Harvey Pekar

CBC News - Books - Harvey Pekar
In comics circles, cranks are king.
Harvey Pekar was the king of cranks. He was a born contrarian, a writer whose ironically titled comic-book series American Splendor was a compendium of personal grievances, largely about human nature and its failings.
Pekar, who died Monday at the age of 70, was a product of Cleveland, his blue-collar hometown. His disillusionment with the American Dream and its diminishing returns echoed his city’s decline as a manufacturing centre, and he found an outlet for his frustrations in comics.

Thursday, 22 July 2010

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Occasional Superheroine: Russell Brand and Luis Guzman as Batman and Robin

Occasional Superheroine: Russell Brand and Luis Guzman as Batman and Robin



This pic is from artist name Jam-Wah Check out his other works .

Pug says BATMAN

Thanks to an ol' friend, Jerry for sending this my way.


Wednesday, 7 July 2010

bought for $1,200 could sell for $400,000

  Apparently, this guy bought the comic years ago, in 1974, when he was a college student. People thought he was crazy.  Check out the link for the full story, as well as, how you can bind on the comic book!

Batman comic bought for $1,200 could sell for $400,000+ in August auction


 
Batman comic bought for $1,200 could sell for $400,000+ in August auction

CGC Certified VF-7.5 Detective #27 was bought by college student in Hawaii in 1974

DALLAS, TX – A CGC Certified VF-7.5 copy of Detective Comics #27, known as the “Aloha” copy, is expected to bring $400,000+ when it makes its hobby debut as part of Heritage Auctions’ Aug. 5-6 Signature® Comics and Comics Art Auction. It is expected to bring $400,000+.

“We think this could become just the second comic to top $400,000 at auction,” said Ed Jaster, Vice President of Heritage Auctions.

In February of this year Heritage’s offering of Batman's first appearance broke the existing world's record for a price realized at public auction for an individual comic book when it brought $1,075,000. In fact, it was because of that comic, and the international attention it garnered, that the consignor of this copy brought it forward.

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

It's Not a Doll, It's an Action Figure

This is a event not to be missed. Unless you are like me and live in a different country. But that's OK, because we have video!!!!
Anyway, an art gallery in Florida is showcasing some original art based on action figures and comic book heroes.  The exhibit is called, "It's Not a Doll, It's an Action Figure."

Guest curator Anna Pants assembled a talented and diverse group of 14 international artists to participate in the show. Pants said, “Each artist was asked to recreate the memory of their favorite action figure and/or explore the fine line between an action figure and a doll.”Bear and Bird owner/chief curator Amanda Magnetta-Ottati passed the curatorial torch for this special engagement to artist A. Pants after seeing the concept develop on Pants’ popular blog site, www.nerdsquared.com. The theme is especially appropriate for Bear and Bird Gallery, which sits atop Tate’s Comics, a popular shopping destination for toys, collectables, dolls, and action figures.

Sunday, 4 July 2010

Batman's Tumbler Golf Cart

Here's a follow up video from my report on the Tumbler golf cart (read here)
This is a great video featuring shots from concept to building , test driving and delivery to the Warner Bros. lot.
Enjoy.


Saturday, 3 July 2010

Batmobile on Greatest Car chase list.

http://blog.telenav.com/blog/2010/06/top-10-greatest-movie-car-chases-3/

This article list the best car chases of all time. Some on the list are a given (Gone in 60 Seconds,  Bourne Identity) But the armoured car chase in The Dark Knight makes it to #2. Check out the link above for the complete list...with video.
Here's the Armoured car chase.........

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