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If you happen to be in Montréal, and you go and visit this, please send some pictures !
Or maybe I’ve just been reading too much Sandman lately… (from Brian Ralph)
Flemish cartoonist Steven De Rie created this poster for the 20th edition of the Wilrijk Comics Festival. Try and find all references to characters and comics-related news items.
Frank Frazetta made this poster for Luana, a film that has since drowned in the seas of time (although not for a lack of exclamation marks)… The poster is still cool, though.
At the Movie Poster Awards, some clever busibodies are collecting what they consider to be the best movie posters. Some of them are done by cartoonists, such as Jack Davis (left) or Neil Adams (right). (Thanks to Chris Pyle, over … Continue reading
Awards Daily has the new poster for the Philip Seymour Hoffman film The Savages, which was done by Chris Ware (as confirmed, it would seem about a month ago) by the Acme Novelty Archive. And people rave about it.
FirstShowing.net announces the new Hellboy movie (aptly called “Hellboy 2” ) ! I liked the first one the way I like white chocolate. I just hope the second one won’t make me feel nauseous the way too much white chocolate … Continue reading
Just compare these posters for episodes of 1940’s Superman movie serials. It would seem that trademark and styleguide enforcement was a new concept back then…
This has been around for a couple of months, it seems, but I only saw it today. It’s just sad, really… What I do like, however, is Chris Peyer’s take on what a Frank Miller Dan Dare movie would look … Continue reading