I was just browsing through deviantArt, and I came across these great looking Marvel illustrations. They’re by dA artist Jake Parker. I think this is the first time I’ve come across this guy’s work, but I’m definitely going to give him a “watch” on dA. Maybe a llama… yeah, this guy should get a llama. Anyhow, check out his gallery for more great work, and his website as well.
Hi El Moochadores! Okay, so Chudd and I are poor nerds. I don’t mean “poor” as in “poor us.” No, I mean poor as in “we don’t have two nickles to rub together” poor. We’re broke. But, we also love comic books. So, we came to the agreement that from this point forward, if either of us buys a comic book, we have to write a review about it on Atomic Moo. This way we help the site and (because writing reviews is a pain in the ass sometimes) we may think twice before picking up a $3.99 comic. So here goes, the first of probably many (’cause I really like buying comics!) comic book reviews! So, hit the jump and see what great comics we sacrificed our rent money for this month!
Damn, I can’t seem to focus tonight. I’m trying to get through a couple projects today, but I keep allowing myself to get distracted… like by hoping on to Atomic Moo here. So, while I was procrastinating I spent some time on deviantArt and I came across these awesome superhero mash-ups by dA artist doubleleaf. I have no idea what their real name is, all I know is they’re female, Japanese, and extremely talented (I can only hope she’s single and into goofy looking white guys…). Take a look at her gallery for more great work. I’m gonna go see if I can focus and get something done tonight. Later!
According to Variety.com, 20th Century Fox has picked Knight and Day director James Mangold for the next Wolverine sequel. According to the article the studio had originally chosen Darren Aronofsky to direct the film, but he dropped out of the project last March. The article said the Wolverine script was written by Christopher McQuarrie and takes place mostly in Japan. Though I wish it had reported that 20th Century Fox promises this one will not suck.
Hey geeks! Sorry for the lack of posts lately. Since I more or less lost my job last week I’ve been trying to figure out how I’m going to support myself until I can find more work. That’s kind of distracted me from things, so now I’m trying to get back on track. Anyhow, here’s something I found on my reader a few days ago (via GeekTyrant.com). It’s a French fan film called Batman Deliverance. It kind of comes off like the Dark Knight Returns… but with Wolverine! Here’s a brief description the creators, Atomic Productions, gave for it:
Gotham City, quelques années dans le futur.
Batman s’est retiré de la scène super héroïque et Gotham a rapidement sombré dans le chaos et la violence. Un Bruce Wayne vieillissant, alcoolique, résistera t-il à l’appel irrésistible du chevalier noir pour un dernier combat épique face à un adversaire redoutable…
…And here it is in English:
Batman has retired from the superheroes’ stage and Gotham City is plunged into chaos. As Bruce Wayne is getting older and suffering from serious problem drinking, is he going to resist to the Dark Night call for a last fight, a heroic fighting with an awesome adversary?
Check it out below and let us know what you think.
Hey geeks! Just got done with my work day, and thought I would relax a bit and throw on a post of this video I saw earlier. It’s from a group that calls themselves Frogislandflicks, called “A Toast To Green Lantern.” It’s pretty funny, and worth a look. I don’t want to say too much about it and spoil it for you. Check it out and enjoy.
Collab of Badassery by Daniel Araya and Enrique Rivera
This past week there’s been several pieces of great Geek Art buzzing around the web. So I thought I would take some time this morning (or noon… it’s almost 11:30 now) to share some of it here. Above is a piece I saw on GeekTyrant.com called Collab of Badassery, by illustrators Daniel Araya and Enrique Rivera. Now there’s a crossover that needs to happen. Check out more great illustrations below.
Hey El Moochadors, not too long ago I was browsing through DeviantArt.com, looking for sexy images of chicks with large bellies (seriously though, what the hell is up with that?), when I came across these great looking cartoon illustrations by Kevin Bolk. Kevin is a a freelance illustrator and cartoonist from Baltimore, Maryland. He’s got some great stuff on both his deviant gallery and his website. I’ve posted a few of his illustrations that I really liked below. If you get a chance, check out his work and let him know he’s doing good.
Hey people (or person in Hemet who has visited the site seven times… thanks), I’ve noticed on my reader some really cool geek art projects being passed around the web. So I thought I’d share them here, like this awesome new Doom and Evil Dead mash-up t-shirt design from TeeFury.com, titled “BOOM.” It’s stuff like this that makes me wish I made more money. I guess I could start dancing for change on street corners after work… again. It’s only nine bucks, so I guess that’s not that bad of a deal.
It’s only freaking Wednesday!? This week feels like it’s dragging on. Saturday needs to get it’s ass in gear and hurry it up on over here. Well, If you haven’t seen these already, here’s your chance. Marvel Comics “in anticipation” of the upcoming Tron: Legacy movie, is coming out with some variant covers for a few of their titles.
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