Quantum Mechanix and DC Comics have partnered for a series of stunning art prints that present ladies of DC Comics in a retro style. The prints are the work of Ant Lucia and feature the retro pin-up look that had its heyday in the ’50s. The Bombshell prints are available for $14.95 each.
Wonder Woman works out on the beach, and Batman looks like… well, like he just got a very nice shave. Print by Jeff Victor.
Zhumao KeLe is a Chinese cat who has her humans dress her up in all kinds of superhero costumes. Based in Beijing, the kitty cosplays Batman, Captain America, Iron Man, amongst others, and if you piss her off you might just be on the business end of the Dracula Cat.
Everyone recognizes spidey by the conventional mask he wears. In the comic universe though, spidey is no different than the other superheroes and has seen quite a variety of masks over time; including a paper bag. Because that’s just how the amazing spider man rolls. This infographic by Printster.co.uk takes a look at the masks […]
Octopus Avengers are here to save the day. They are soft, they are cute, and they are the non-scary kind of octopedes. Available on Etsy.
For the love of superheroes you really do need to jazz up those coasters. These superhero inspired comic coasters make quite a useful set. Comics coasters are made of 3/16 inch thick stainless steel and fashioned after logos and symbols of comic book characters. They have quite a collection so you can take your pick. […]
Superman doesn’t wear a GoPro camera, but he totally should considering the view is going to be great. The video is a concept from YouTube filmmakers CorridorDigital. Since Superman wasn’t really at their disposal, they used a DJI Phantom quadcopter drone to capture the aerial shots. via
In the new trailer for The Amazing Spiderman 2, the villains take the stage. Spidey has to battle with Rhino, though Electro takes the center stage for most of the movie, and then the Green Goblin makes an appearance as well. The movie will be released on May 2.
Superheroes and other comic book characters forsake their usual costumes for the sake of Iron Man themed armor… and the result is glorious. The illustrations are the work of artist BossLogic.
Illustrator Mingjue Helen Chen imagines the appearance of several female comic characters, if their clothing was more street wear. The characters retain much of their original style and clothing, but receive touches and turns by the artist to get a more casual clothing/street wear look.