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The Morning Watch: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ VFX Breakdown, Stuntmen React to ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, check out a Godzilla vs. Kong VFX breakdown showing off the tremendous detail that went into creating some of the shots of the massive monsters. Next, see what a couple of Marvel Studios stuntmen have to say...
Tags: Movies, Justice League, Godzilla, Visual Effects, Marvel Studios, Falcon, Kong, Warner Bros Pictures, Hard-boiled, Zack-Snyder, Frank-Miller, Video Of The Day, 300, Blade, King-Kong, Bloodsport

Sin City 30th Anniversay Edition Headed to Bookstores This Fall

Frank Miller’s black and white crime-noir graphic novel Sin City is turning 30. To honor this milestone, a new edition of the comics is releasing in the fall of 2021.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Sin, Robert Rodriguez, Sin City, Graphic Novel, Frank Miller, Marv, Mike Richardson, Amanda Conner, Philip Tan, Creative Works, English Language Films, The Hard Goodbye, Joyce Chin

Spectacular Spider-man v2 #57 - Frank Miller cover

Frank Miller Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-man v2 #57, 1981 - J. Jonah Jameson stands against an unseen villain while Spider-man makes a timely arrival. Covers featuring secondary characters are not new, but Frank Miller's layout feels overly crowded. Also, the title character seems to be added begrudgingly rather than integrated into the whole. Other artists in this issue include Jim [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Superhero, Unknown, Miller, 1980s, Jim, Frank Miller, Jonah Jameson, Frank Miller Peter Parker

Marvel Premiere #58 / Dr. Who - Frank Miller cover

Marvel Premiere #58 Marvel Premiere v1 #58 featuring Dr. Who, 1981 - Reprinting stories from Marvel's UK division, the issue also boasts a new cover by Frank Miller. The time traveling doctor is dragged off by a demonic alien, while a humorous look of dismay appears on his face. I especially like how the demon faces away from the viewer, leaving the features of its body to convey its sinister [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, UK, Unknown, Frank Miller, Marvel Premiere 58 Marvel Premiere

Solar Man of the Atom #12 - Frank Miller cover

Frank Miller Solar Man of the Atom v1 #12, 1991 - One of eight covers for eight different Valiant titles, Frank Miller does his own interpretation of the title character. Although each is rendered in his preferred graphic style of the period, most are also rich and textural. Interestingly, not only were the covers published at the same time, but placed together they form a larger [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Superhero, 1990s, Miller, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio, Valiant

Los Angeles Comic Con, WonderCon announce new dates for in-person conventions

Los Angeles Comic Con will return in person to the Los Angeles Convention Center in December while also holding virtual events for fans still leery about attending large public gatherings, organizers announced on Thursday. The convention, which initially had tried for an in-person event in December 2020 before switching to September of this year, now should be able to proceed without any further changes of date, according to a statement announcing the new dates. “When we realized we couldn’t hol...
Tags: Movies, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Comic-Con, Ontario, Anaheim, Giancarlo Esposito, Frank Miller, Los Angeles Convention Center, San Diego Comic Con, Zachary Levi, Tom Kenny, Wondercon, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR

Spider-man and Daredevil Special Edition #1 - Frank Miller cover & reprints

Frank Miller Spider-man and Daredevil v1 #1, 1984 - Collecting the three-part story from >Spectacular Spider-man v2 #26, #27 and #28, this one-shot edition gives readers another chance to see Frank Miller's first renditions of Daredevil. While the reprints are adequate, it's the artist's new cover and back cover that stand out. Powerful, graphic and exquisitely designed, Miller even exceeds [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Marvel, Superhero, Miller, 1980s, 12, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio, Frank Miller Spider, AALink, Spectacular Spider

Spectacular Spider-man v2 #48 - Frank Miller cover

Frank Miller Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-man v2 #48, 1980 - On Frank Miller's cover, Spider-man lies still while a presumed gunman looks on in disbelief. The entrance wound on the hero's chest is exaggerated for greater visibility but seems distracting. In general, the cover's "crime novel" feel works fine within a carefully constructed layout. Other artists in this Marvel copper age [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Frank Miller, Frank Miller Peter Parker

Spider-woman #30 - non-attributed Frank Miller cover

Frank MillerSpider-woman v1 #30, 1980 - Seen through the multiple lenses of her foe, Spider-woman appears to freeze her stance. Frank Miller's concept for the cover makes sense, but the sheer repetition through photostats seems lacking in effort. Note that this cover is not attributed to Miller in most comic book guides. Other artists in this Marvel copper age superhero comic include Steve [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Steve, Miller, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio

The Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Films on Paramount+

Another day, another streaming service. Yesterday marked the debut of Paramount+, the new name of the service formerly called CBS All Access. With it came a lot of new content to consume. io9 has some suggestions so you don’t have to endlessly scroll.Read more...
Tags: Science, Salma Hayek, Julianne Moore, Films, Generations, Syfy, It, Tom Hanks, David Cronenberg, Oscar, Nintendo, Katie Holmes, Ricky Gervais, Cbs, Seth Rogen, Sam Mendes

New to Stream: Crackle’s March 2021 Movie & TV Lineup

New to Stream: Crackle’s March 2021 Movie & TV Lineup Crackle, the free streaming network, has announced its March 2021 movie and television lineup, including Playing With Power: The Nintendo Story, the five-part Crackle documentary series, and the Crackle Original documentary film After the Murder of Albert Lima. New channels coming to Crackle in March include the Hoops Channel, Angels and Demons, War Stories, Up Your Game, and Isn’t It Bromantic? if (typeof r...
Tags: Hbo, TV, New York, Movies, Rome, TV News, Streaming, Michigan, Jackie Chan, Crackle, Sin City, Harlem, Robin, Holmes, Ben, Bridget Jones

Daredevil #170 - Frank Miller art & cover

Frank Miller Daredevil v1 #170, 1981 - The Kingpin returns to New York, turning over evidence that would convict his former cronies. Frank Miller continues to hone his design skills, starting with the opening splash of DD in his urban environment. Settings such as a Japanese household (pages 10-12) and the stark interiors of a high-rise (pages 21-23) benefit from his clever use of geometric [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, New York, Unknown, Frank Miller

Wolverine - comic series checklist

- - - - - - - - - -Wolverine v1 Marvel 1982-82 1 - Frank Miller art & cover key  2 - Frank Miller art & cover 3 - Frank Miller art & cover 4 - Frank Miller art & cover See also: Incredible Hulk v2 #181 - - - - - - - - - - Wolverine v2 Marvel 1988-2003 1 2-4 5-10 11-16 17 - John Byrne art & cover 18-22 23 - John Byrne art & cover 24-50 51-189 - - - - - - - - - - Home / A B C D E F G H I J K [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Frank Miller, John Byrne, Ted Ignacio

Incredible Hulk v2 #261 - Frank Miller cover

Frank Miller Incredible Hulk v2 #261, 1981 - Despite all the top-heavy graphics, this is Frank Miller's best cover on this title by far. His version of the Hulk retains a cumbersome, dangerous quality not always evident with other artists. His fine linework nicely defines the Hulk's musculature and the brutish expression of his face. Other artists in this Marvel copper age superhero comic [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Unknown, Frank Miller

Corto Maltese: The Suicide Squad Setting’s DC Legacy

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Corto Maltese: The Suicide Squad setting’s DC legacy Today brought the exciting revelation from Warner Bros. of the full plot synopsis for James Gunn’s highly-anticipated DC Extended Universe standalone sequel The Suicide Squad. While it offered a little more in the way of the titular team’s mission, it also confirmed the story’s location as Corto Maltese, an island with a legacy in the larger world of DC. RELATED: The Suicide Squad Official Synopsis Teases New Team’s Mi...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Superman, Tim Burton, US, Gotham, United States, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, Time Magazine, Batman, Warner Bros, James Gunn, Henry Cavill, Margot Robbie

5 Science Fiction Books You Need To Read

The world is increasingly troubling these days, and from a human perspective, 2020 has been insane. It can feel hard to be balanced right now, and something lighter can give your mind a break. If you are looking for escapism by reading about a universe far away or merely searching to expand your mind through a journey into a different dimension, then the science fiction genre is for you!  Sci-fi is in a perpetual state of flux, and coming up with a different canon will vary from person ...
Tags: Fashion, China, Barack Obama, Earth, Chicago, Ford, Mars, Chambers, Weir, Jones, Becky Chambers, Cixin Liu, Frank Herbert, Douglas Adams, Liu, Mark Watney

Frank Miller gallery - 1990s Valiant covers

All Frank Miller covers form a poster when placed together. Circa 1990s. Archer & Armstrong #1 Solar #12 Magnus v2 #15 Eternal Warrior #1 X-O Man O War #7 Harbinger #8 Shadowman #4  Rai #6 - - - - - - - - - - Home / Galleries / Miller artwork, bio, checklist, galleries, top10 [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Galleries, Miller, RAI, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio, Archer Armstrong

‘Buck Rogers’ Reboot TV Series Will Star George Clooney

George Clooney is gearing up to head to the 25th century for Legendary’s Buck Rogers TV series reboot. It was announced last December that Brian K. Vaughan, the writer of comic books like Y: The Last Man and Saga, was handling the script, and now Clooney is on board to executive produce and likely star in the series. Legendary is hoping to launch an entire media franchise built around Buck Rogers, a character who first appeared in the 1928 novella Armageddon 2419 A.D. and then went on to featur...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Netflix, Buck-Rogers, George-Clooney, Warner Bros, Miller, Legendary Pictures, Murphy, Clooney, U S Air Force, Van Winkle, Frank Miller

George Clooney Teaming With Legendary for Buck Rogers Revival

George Clooney teaming with Legendary for Buck Rogers revival Just a few months after announcing plans to bring the iconic sci-fi character back to the big screen, The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that Legendary has tapped George Clooney to help shepherd its multi-platform Buck Rogers revival. RELATED: Legendary Developing Film Adaptation of Buck Rogers if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone ||...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Ben Affleck, America, Buck Rogers, George Clooney, Rogers, Murphy, Clooney, Frank Miller, ComingSoon, Steve Granitz WireImage, Smokehouse Pictures, Buster Crabbe, Grant Heslov

Scriptnotes, Episode 482: Batman and Beowulf, Transcript

The original post for this episode can now be found here. John August: Hey, this is John. Just in case your kids are in earshot and you don’t want them to hear swearing, this is the warning. Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin. John: And this is Episode 482 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters. Today on the show we’ll discuss America’s favorite crime fighter, but more importantly how we talk ...
Tags: Google, New York, Hollywood, Jack Nicholson, Neil Gaiman, Superman, Tim Burton, Disney, Dc Comics, America, Los Angeles, Gotham, Canada, Pennsylvania, United States, New York Times

Alan Moore's surprisingly positive thoughts on Frank Miller, from 1983

Alan Moore and Frank Miller are perhaps two of the best known comic book creators—or at least, two with the most notable personalities. They've both had their properties—creator-owned, and otherwise—adapted into hit movies (for better, and for worse). And they've both been known for expressing, erm, shall we say, unpleasantries and other controversial opinions. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Comic Books, Alan Moore, Comic Book Movies, Daredevil, Frank Miller

Zack Snyder on Which Marvel Character Would Get Him to Join the MCU

Zack Snyder Reveals Which Marvel Character Would Get Him to Join the MCU In a recent interview with ComicBook Debate (via Screen Rant), Man of Steel director Zack Snyder was asked which Marvel character would he like to direct in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Snyder revealed that he is interested in adapting a new Elektra film which would specifically center around Frank Miller and Lynn Varely’s 1990 graphic novel titled Elektra Lives Again. “I would choose Elektra Lives Again. Do you know ...
Tags: Movies, Batman, Jennifer Garner, Miller, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Snyder, ElektrA, Zack Snyder, Frank Miller, MCU, Matt Murdock, Charlie Cox, ComingSoon, Movie News, Marvel Movie News, Elodie Yung

REPORT: Michael Keaton Will Be the DCEU’s Main Batman

BEGIN SLIDESHOW REPORT: Michael Keaton Will Be the DCEU’s Main Batman With production set to finally begin on Warner Bros.’ standalone Flash movie in just a few short months, a new development may see Michael Keaton’s version of the Dark Knight beyond a one-shot appearance in the Andy Muschietti-directed film. According to New York Times writer Brooks Barnes, who recently did a profile of DC Films president Walter Hamada, a quote from the WB exec actually indicates that moving forward K...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, United Kingdom, New York Times, Robert Pattinson, Justice League, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Brooks Barnes, Ezra Miller, Keaton, Barnes, Fisher

Superhero Bits: Gal Gadot Comments on Working with Joss Whedon, New ‘Justice League’ Comic Roster & More

What did Gal Gadot have to say about working with Joss Whedon on Justice League? Who else was considered to play Daredevil instead of Ben Affleck? Would Patty Jenkins release a longer cut of Wonder Woman 1984 if given the chance? Want to see the new DC Comics rosters for Justice League, Suicide Squad, and Titans? When did Frank Miller first draw Batman for DC Comics? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s another M&M’s portrait, this time with Moon Knight created entir...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Batman, Birds Of Prey, Daredevil, Deadpool, Fantastic-Four, Justice-League, Loki, Moon Knight, Spider-man, Suicide Squad, Thor, Titans, Wonder-Woman, X-Men

CS Interview: Writer/Director Adam Egypt Mortimer on Archenemy

CS Interview: Writer/Director Adam Egypt Mortimer on Archenemy Ahead of the film’s theatrical and digital debut, got the opportunity to chat with acclaimed writer/director Adam Egypt Mortimer (Daniel Isn’t Real) to discuss his work on his latest project, the superhero thriller Archenemy starring Joe Manganiello (Justice League)! RELATED: Archenemy Review: Kinetic, Colorful & Refreshingly Original Superhero Take PB = PB || {}; PB.g...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Interview, Joe Manganiello, Digital, Earth, Features, Pink Floyd, Philadelphia, Elijah Wood, Lucas, Joe, Mortimer, Daniel, PAUL, Glenn

Lady Gaga Climbs Aboard ‘Bullet Train’, Adding Even More Star Power to the Assassin Thriller

Lady Gaga, who won an Oscar for Best Original Song with “Shallow” from A Star is Born a couple of years ago, has found her follow-up project. She’s the latest performer to hop on board Sony’s Bullet Train, an assassin thriller that’s set to be directed by David Leitch (Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2) with Brad Pitt in the lead role. Collider reports that Lady Gaga (real name: Stefani Germanotta) has officially signed on to appear in Bullet Train, although there are no details about which role she ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Thriller, Bradley Cooper, Adaptation, Sony, Lady Gaga, Brad Pitt, Ridley Scott, Gucci, Sin City, Michael Shannon, Bullet Train, Gaga, Joey King, Don

PR: Shopping at Baltimore Comic-Con 2020 -- We Are Now LIVE!

Shopping at Baltimore Comic-Con 2020 -- We Are Now LIVE! BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - October 23, 2020 - Join us for the 1st annual Baltimore Comic-Con Live, a FREE ONLINE EVENT streaming  RIGHT NOW and ALL WEEKEND Oct...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Youtube, Harry, Baltimore, Alley, Red Carpet, Twitter Instagram, Baltimore Maryland, Frank Miller, CGC, Terry Moore, Mike Rhode, Garth Ennis, Reisterstown, Cards Comics Collectibles

PR: Jeff Kinney Joins Virtual Kids Love Comics Channel at BCC 2020 Live

Jeff Kinney Joins Virtual Kids Love Comics Channel at BCC 2020 Live BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - October 23, 2020 - Baltimore Comic-Con is going virtual October 23-25, 2020 at BaltimoreComicConLive.Com, and once ag...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Youtube, Washington, Massachusetts, Time, New York Times, Baltimore, New England, Bcc, Jeff, Twitter Instagram, Baltimore Maryland, Jeff Kinney, Frank Miller, CGC

Superhero Bits: Amber Heard May Partake in ‘Justice League’ Reshoots, ‘Black Adam’ Casting Rumors & More

What’s in the latest update for Marvel’s Avengers? Who has just joined the cast of Superman & Lois? Could Marvel be hinting at an origin change for Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver‘s powers? Who might be the frontrunner to play Cyclone in Black Adam? Is Amber Heard partaking in Zack Snyder’s Justice League reshoots? Does John Walker get the Captain America moniker in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. DC Comics artist Chad Hardin shows how ...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Avengers, Batman, Black Adam, Captain Marvel, Captain-America, Gotham Knights, Injustice 2, Justice-League, Shazam, Spider-man, Superman and Lois, The Dark Knight Returns, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, The-Flash