We’ve already seen artist Ant Lucia’s gorgeous series of DC Bombshells as a line of statues, but now we have some good news for those of you a little too light in the wallet to buy a ton of statues: they’ll soon be available as prints over at his shop. Hit the jump to check out the prints.
I’ll be the first to admit the wait for any new information on the sequel to Man of Steel has been a tough one, but with the release so utterly far away we can’t really blame Warner Bros. for not opening the floodgates on news for the film. The downside of this blackout, however, is that the internet has stepped in to fill the void with an incessant amount of rumors, hopes, and flat out false reports about the film. Rumors and false reports about anticipated films is to be expected, but with Man of Steel 2 things have hit a fever pitch; not even the Dark Knight trilogy had this sort of whirlwind about it. With a huge amount of sites reporting this rumors as die-hard facts, I feel like someone needs to sort out the truths from the rumors and clear the air, and it might as well be me. Hit the jump to see what’s confirmed, what’s rumored, and which of those rumors are likely to turn out true, or false.
Well, things just got interesting. As revealed on the cover this morning by Entertainment Weekly, it looks like the Man of Steel and the Queen (I mean, given what happened in the first arc of the rebooted Wonder Woman…) of the Amazons will be an item in the New 52 DC Universe. Hit the jump to see the cover and hear all the details.
With the immense success of The Avengers for Marvel, it was only a matter of time until DC and Warner Bros. got their acts together and made some serious attempts at building a film universe. They’ve already (kind of) started with Green Lantern, which sort of fizzled at the box office and really didn’t hint at a larger universe. Looks like DC and Warner Bros. are game to try again, though. We’ve already known a Flash movie was in the works and today we have some comments from Warner Bros. about the state of the Wonder Woman and Justice League films. Hit the jump to read on.
No idea how long it took the creator of this awesome set to customize all these figures, but his or her work is greatly appreciated. I can name everyone in the set, and that makes me obscenely happy.
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I don’t need to tell you that there are some amazing works over at deviantART. I will occasionally, however, take time from watching TV my busy schedule to point out some great pieces. Today I bring you the awesome work of Marco D’Alfonso. Hit the jump to see some of my favorites and be sure to check out the rest on his profile.
Welcome to The Rogues Gallery, where we feature some of our favorite official and occasional fan art of a different character every week. We’ll try to provide the artist’s name whenever possible. To keep things fair, we’ll be alternating the focus of each gallery. One week will be DC, the next Marvel, the next Dark Horse, followed by a specific cult film property, followed by a TV show, then repeat. This week we’re back to DC Comics, and we’ll be completing oft-referred to as “Trinity” with Wonder Woman. Hit the jump for the gallery.