Excellent choice of visor decoration for this Maxima!
(via starkiller1701)Source: bernardogall
Man of Steel gets a solid B+ from me. The action was stupendous. The Kryptonian scenes, outstanding (Russel Crowe’s Jor-El is a badass). The moments with Jonathan Kent, relevant and heart warming (Kevin Costner does a great job making you feel his love and worry for young Clark). Linear storytelling suffers from time to time with Snyder’s flashbacks to Clark’s youth, but for the most part, the points in time we see from Clark’s growing up in Smallville make their point. Snyder needs to allow his scenes to be constructed around the character’s actions in them, as in the moments where he allows his veteran actors to emote through their character (Costner, Crowe and Fishburne), we feel a greater sense of connection.
THE SUPER STUFF:
A page from THOR #141 by Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta.
Almost all of Kirby’s border notes remain:
THOR IS ALMOST BRAINED BY SPEED AND FORCE OF THROWN CORNICE.
HE SPOTS REPLICUS BELOW AND HURLS HIMSELF LIKE A MISSILE WITH DEADLY ACCURACY AT OPPONENT—ROCKING HIM
THOR PUTS STRENGTH BEHIND BLOW—FOR FIRST TIME REPLICUS MEETS FORCE EQUAL TO HIS. HE’S HURLED TO STREET BELOW
THOR FOLLOWS UP WITH HAMMER TO STUN AND DISARM HIS ADVERSARY
Jack Kirby rocks Thor. So cool.Source: themarvelageofcomics
Batman and Robin commission, after Carmine Infantino
Pencil and ink on 9”x12” bristol, colors in Photoshop CS5.1
I generally don’t like to post commissions featuring Robin, since I don’t want to give the wrong impression (he won’t show up in the strip), but given Carmine Infantino’s passing today, it seemed like the right time to post it.