comicblah:

Rogue & Storm in Savage Land by David Yardin #WomenofMarvel #XLadies

comicblah:

Rogue & Storm in Savage Land by David Yardin #WomenofMarvel #XLadies

fystoryboards:

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
Director: Joe Johnston
Artist: Rodolfo Damaggio 

fystoryboards:

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

Director: Joe Johnston

Artist: Rodolfo Damaggio 

(via thezodiack)

fystoryboards:

Iron Man (2008)
Director: Jon Favreau
Artist: Rodolfo Damaggio 

fystoryboards:

Iron Man (2008)

Director: Jon Favreau

Artist: Rodolfo Damaggio 

(via thezodiack)

brianmichaelbendis:

Since production wrapped on Guardians of the Galaxy, director James Gunn has repeatedly emphasized for fans and reporters that Marvel Studios let him make his movie, his way, and that nothing of substance had been changed along the way.
So, of course, this weekend when he finally admitted something NOT of substance that had been changed — the exact nature of the Stan Lee cameo — the story went viral.
So for today’s #GOTGpicoftheday on social media, Gunn shared the image above, with the caption below:#‎gotgpicoftheday‬ At a panel on Sunday at Dragoncon, I talked about a deleted @realstanlee cameo in Guardians, and promised the folks there I’d post a photo on Instagram - so here it is! As you can see, this is not Stan, but a double. In the original cut of the film, when the Guardians enter the Collector’s museum, Rocket looks over and sees Cosmo the dog in one display case, Quill looks over into another display case and is surprised by a tentacle slapping against the glass, and Groot looks over and sees, in another display case, Stan Lee. In one take, Stan Lee just slowly turns up his finger, flipping off Groot. We shot this footage with a Stan Lee double because Stan wasn’t able to come to the UK at the time. The plan was to shoot Stan in the same lighting when I was back in LA, and we’d digitally replace the double’s head with Stan’s actual head (not quite as difficult as it sounds). Although I thought the cameo was funny, I thought the flipping off joke was too similar to the moment earlier in the film where Quill flips off the Nova Corps, so I excised that part of it immediately. A couple of the guys at Marvel thought Stan Lee in a case was too broad of a joke in general, and that it took the audience out of the movie. I argued about it for a bit, but we ended up not keeping it in the film. In a pretty typical case of Internet-journalism-telephone, articles online yesterday said that Disney forbade the scene because of standards . However, that’s incorrect - no one at Disney ever even saw the scene, and it was cut solely for creative reasons. ‪#‎gotg‬ ‪#‎guardiansofthegalaxy‬

brianmichaelbendis:

Since production wrapped on Guardians of the Galaxy, director James Gunn has repeatedly emphasized for fans and reporters that Marvel Studios let him make his movie, his way, and that nothing of substance had been changed along the way.

So, of course, this weekend when he finally admitted something NOT of substance that had been changed — the exact nature of the Stan Lee cameo — the story went viral.

So for today’s #GOTGpicoftheday on social media, Gunn shared the image above, with the caption below:#‎gotgpicoftheday‬ At a panel on Sunday at Dragoncon, I talked about a deleted @realstanlee cameo in Guardians, and promised the folks there I’d post a photo on Instagram - so here it is! As you can see, this is not Stan, but a double. In the original cut of the film, when the Guardians enter the Collector’s museum, Rocket looks over and sees Cosmo the dog in one display case, Quill looks over into another display case and is surprised by a tentacle slapping against the glass, and Groot looks over and sees, in another display case, Stan Lee. In one take, Stan Lee just slowly turns up his finger, flipping off Groot. We shot this footage with a Stan Lee double because Stan wasn’t able to come to the UK at the time. The plan was to shoot Stan in the same lighting when I was back in LA, and we’d digitally replace the double’s head with Stan’s actual head (not quite as difficult as it sounds). Although I thought the cameo was funny, I thought the flipping off joke was too similar to the moment earlier in the film where Quill flips off the Nova Corps, so I excised that part of it immediately. A couple of the guys at Marvel thought Stan Lee in a case was too broad of a joke in general, and that it took the audience out of the movie. I argued about it for a bit, but we ended up not keeping it in the film. In a pretty typical case of Internet-journalism-telephone, articles online yesterday said that Disney forbade the scene because of standards . However, that’s incorrect - no one at Disney ever even saw the scene, and it was cut solely for creative reasons. ‪#‎gotg‬
‪#‎guardiansofthegalaxy‬

(via kellysue)

bendiswordsforpictures:

Various Alex Toth concept art for Hanna-Barbera

(via davidmarquez)

agentsofshield:

Now that Coulson was promoted to Director, what will become of him? Find out on TOMORROW’s season premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!

agentsofshield:

Now that Coulson was promoted to Director, what will become of him? Find out on TOMORROW’s season premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!

(via marvelentertainment)

brianmichaelbendis:

POWERS CASTING UPDATE, YO!  Exclusive!

All week long, especially since the USA Today Powers first look, a lot of you have been asking for more updates and specific casting updates about your favorite long-term Powers characters.

PlayStation and Sony were kind enough to let me use my little corner of the inter-webs to give you guys first dibs on stuff that we all think fans of the comics would be most interested in.

Most asked questions: who is playing Zora? Triphammer? And Detective Kutter?

Well, here we go…

Logan Browning has been cast was Zora,

Andrew Sensenig (Upstream Color!!)  is Triphammer

Justice Leak IS Detective Kutter. 

They join Shalto Copely as Christian Walker, Susan Heyward as Detective Pilgrim, Michelle Forbes as Retro Girl, Eddie Izzard as Wolfe, Noah Taylor as Johnny Royale and Olesya Rulin as Calista

http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2014/09/16/powers-tv-exclusive-first-look/15712229/

Filming is underway in Atlanta for the first 10 episodes as we speak. Look for lots of updates coming very soon.  Like, very soon.

Every PSN user in the US will receive the first episode of Powers for free and PlayStation Plus members will be able to view the entire season for free.

All volumes of the Eisner award-winning Powers series are available through Marvel/icon or digitally through comixology.  yum yum.

https://www.comixology.com/Powers-Vol-1/comics-series/4546

marvel1980s:

Star-Lord by Bernie Wrightson

davizlopez:

Crossfire character sheet for “Hawkeye and Mockingbird”.

davizlopez:

Crossfire character sheet for “Hawkeye and Mockingbird”.

brianmichaelbendis:

Amazing before and after illustration by Jack Kirby. You can really see what a faithful inker Joe Sinnott was.

Source: Jack Kirby Masterworks, published by Privateer Press, 1979.

(via seanhowe)

Wizard #22. Joe Quesada: Climbing To The Top (1993).

X-Factor ad (1992) ‘The debut of Joe Quesada!’.

X-Factor ad (1992) ‘The debut of Joe Quesada!’.

Marvel 2099 ad (1992).

Marvel 2099 ad (1992).

Spider-Man 30Th Anniversary Ad, by Mark Bagley (1992).