Our work chat bot Wilbur came up with this when prompted for a super powers image. Fantastic taste, Wilbur!
I love these paintings. I’m definitely getting one of the prints eventually. Thanks to Mark for sharing the link during our team call this week.
This is the first game I’ve seen that actually has me wanting to get a Wii U.
Old superheroes. ha! Love that Supes is bald.
New Batman on old Laptop
These two Sacramento Super Cuties, Huntress & Power Girl, each won a different Halloween contest this year. The folks at Empire’s Comics Vault threw them a party to celebrate.
So adorable! Especially the kid in the Frank the Pug costume.
Oh, please, please let this be true. Avengers was so good. This film could be half as good and still be a great movie to see.
[…] superhero films offer a shared, faithless, modern mythology, through which these truths can be explored. In our increasingly secular society, with so many disparate gods and different faiths, superhero films present a unique canvas upon which our shared hopes, dreams and apocalyptic nightmares can be projected and played out.
(From a Guardian article about why superhero movies should not be scorned. Via Comic Book Resources.)