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According to the new interactive comic book, Steer The Story, that Audi Of America and Marvel launched, Tony Stark currently drives an slick rag top Audi R8. Who knew? Incidentally, this campaign is a nice mix of a crowdsourced affair and … Continue reading
The wonderful Michael Neno created this Kirby-inspired poster for a new production of the Alan Bennett play, The History Boys. You’ll have to go to Columbus to see it, but at least you can enjoy the poster wherever you are. … Continue reading
These posters from the Marvel offices make you wonder about the aim of the bullpen dwellers, even when they’re not rehashing the same story over and over. (spotted by Tom Brevoort)
The wonderful Jason Edwards Harlan of Harlancore has just released series two of his delightful Marvel-themed Boxpunx foldables. This series features the Fantastic Four, the Silver Surfer, Galactus, DareDevil, the Sub-Mariner and Nightcrawler. They’re very easy to assembly and look … Continue reading
Phil McAndrew brings the great Galactus wars to their proper dimension. Check his website for larger size verisons of this great illo, and for the war’s unexpected turn… (via Super Punch)
These and more strange and cute takes on the Marvel universe can be found on Rachelle Goguen’s blog.
From Jeff Heerman‘s collection of paper ephemera.