Spice Frontier is for the Intergalactic Foodies

“In space, no one can hear you season your food.” Yep! That was my corny intro! Now let’s get right down to this work of art! Spice Frontier is the creation of Steamroller Studios. Set in space, the story follows two voyagers, one human, the other, a robot. They’re on a mission to find theContinue reading “Spice Frontier is for the Intergalactic Foodies”

MARVEL Entertainment and Disney release an awesome trailer for Big Hero 6

In the first, of what I’m sure will be, a slew of animated collaborations from Marvel and Disney, they’ve released the first trailer for Big Hero Six and it’s pretty damn funny! Right away, the PIXAR vibe is strong in this one. Between this and the newly announced “Incredibles” sequel, I think I am, veryContinue reading “MARVEL Entertainment and Disney release an awesome trailer for Big Hero 6”

Zero Complex is a cosplay series that needs to happen NOW

My good friend/ director and lead faculty for Digital Video at University of Advancing Technology Paul DeNigris, is at it again with another “oh-so-worthy” movie, but this time, he needs our help to make it happen. You might remember Paul’s work from films like the Mass Effect fan film Red Sand and the viral sensationContinue reading “Zero Complex is a cosplay series that needs to happen NOW”

Checkout this awesome trailer for Jellyfish Eyes directed by Takashi Murakami

If you’ve spent anytime in New York or just have a good grasp on Japanese/American pop culture, than you know all about Takashi Murakami. His art has graced the fashion/music industry, going on a decade now. In his, ever increasing need, to reinvent himself, he’s debut this trailer for his new movie Jellyfish Eyes. MITNGContinue reading “Checkout this awesome trailer for Jellyfish Eyes directed by Takashi Murakami”

Illustrator Joe Spiotto turns video games into children’s books

This collection of works from illustrator Joey Spiotto , features some of our most beloved video game characters given the kindergarten make over. From Mass Effect to Bioshock, Joey does an excellent job of harnessing that whimsy from yesteryear and turning fierce heroes into cuddly little characters. Joey Spiotto Website PURCHASE THESE PRINTS HERE  

Absolutely gorgeous and moving tribute to the cosplayers of Dragon Con 2013

So I know you’ve seen a lot of cosplay videos from conventions as well as smart ass geek-youtubers interviewing/hurling insults at cosplayers and groping women, for the sake of their ignorant fans…well this is not what this is. This is an outstanding tribute to those who dream of other worlds and once, twice or threeContinue reading “Absolutely gorgeous and moving tribute to the cosplayers of Dragon Con 2013”

Baltimore #1 The Infernal Train is an outstanding neo-gothic read

When writer and artist Mike Mignola sets out to create a new story, there are a few things you can expect an overall foreboding landscape, high concept and blood. In <a class="zem_slink" title="Baltimore" href="http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=39.2833333333,-76.6166666667&spn=0.1,0.1&amp

Image Comic’s “Pretty Deadly” gets a release date

IMAGE COMIC’S rolled out a press release today for a new comic we thought you guys might want to know about called Pretty Deadly. The story is written by Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Ghost, Osborn) and illustrated by Emma Ríos (The Amazing Spider-Man, Osborn). The story centers on Ginny, Death’s daughter, who rides onContinue reading “Image Comic’s “Pretty Deadly” gets a release date”

A collection of amazing fan made ELYSIUM posters

The commemorate the release of Neill Blompkamp’s ELYSIUM starring Matt Damon, Jodie Foster and Sharlto Copley, some amazing illustrators have created their own poster art for the film. Some of which have a bit of that retro vibe and some mondo, but all very very good. I hope you guys run right out and catch thisContinue reading “A collection of amazing fan made ELYSIUM posters”

Director Jaume Collet-Sera and Warner Bros. are taking another stab at AKIRA

It’s always a little disheartening when a studio won’t take a chance on something like AKIRA, but will dump millions into The Smurfs or Grown Up’s 2. AKIRA is one of those manga stories that Hollywood has toyed around with for awhile, but never had the balls to do it. But Warner Bros. does appearContinue reading “Director Jaume Collet-Sera and Warner Bros. are taking another stab at AKIRA”