Thursday, March 30, 2017

Steampunk Super Girls

 









 
Thanks to Brother Al Bruno for sharing these with me.
 
 

War For The Planet Of The Apes - Second Trailer




This look spectacular. Where is Andy Serkis' Oscar for the motion capture acting that he does. It's pure genius and the ONLY way to make a movie like this. Regular CGI would look fake but this looks nothing but realistic and I am totally jazzed.

Words To Live By

 

Lass Suicide

 

 








The Man Is A Work Of Art

 

ReBoot Get's Live Action Treatment

 
 
 
“The Internet revolutionized the world, but it also left it vulnerable to attack,”
 
Canadian children’s television network YTV has unveiled its first official look at the live-action (ahem) reboot of “ReBoot.” The live-action series marks a return to the franchise that originated as a computer-animated series from 1994-2001 on YTV.

Debuting in 1994, “ReBoot” was the first fully computer-generated animated series. Created by Gavin Blair, John Grace, Phil Mitchell and Ian Pearson, the series was set in the inner world of a computer system known as the Mainframe, where Bob, Dot and Enzo battled the viruses Megabyte and Hexadecimal and their henchmen. “ReBoot” which featured original visuals created by Brendan McCarthy, aired for four seasons, finally ending in 2001. The series was also notable for featuring work from Dan Didio, who would go on to become Editor-in-Chief, and later co-Publisher, of DC Entertainment.

Created by Michael Hefferon, “The Guardian Code” is an adventure-comedy about four teens who discover they’re next-generation Guardians tasked with saving the world, by defending it in cyberspace. With the help of VERA, the last surviving cyberbeing from the original Guardian Program, they stream into cyberspace, where they use their code-based powers to battle viruses unleashed by the ruthless hacker Sourcerer.

 
I have never made it a secret that the original ReBoot was one of my all time favorite Canadian kid's shows. The stories were interesting and gave viewers an education into what computer games were all about. One of my biggest thrills as a toy collector came when I found four figures from the show in a dusty old box, under a table in a small comic and toy shop. The owner was BEGGING me to take the away for a dollar a piece and I could barely hold in my girlish glee when I handed over the five dollars and took my change.
 
 

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Foreign Comic Book Cover Gallery 1

 













 
I love how they created their very own covers to these stories when they could have just used the originals as they were first published.
 

CW's Black Lighting - First Look

 
If they stick to the comic book origins this one might be good.
 
 

Mid Week Image Blizzard