San Diego Comic-Con, the mecca for cosplayers from around the globe has sadly come and gone. But we’ve got just the treat for you to relive that special time of year whenever you would like. We met with hundreds of wonderful cosplayers this past SDCC weekend who were kind enough to stop and pose for a picture, and we’d like to share them all with you of course. Check out our full Comic-Con 2014 cosplay photo gallery after the break. Continue reading
The valiant attendees of WonderCon 2014 arrived to Anaheim, CA in a spectacular display of cosplay this past Easter weekend. No genre or medium was left unturned as cosplayers from far and wide proved their fandom to the fullest. From Doctor Who to Adventure Time to Assassin’s Creed to Star Wars, WonderCon 2014 was a great weekend to be a cosplayer. Check out the full gallery of over 200 images after the break. Continue reading
March 25th cannot come soon enough with the release of Sucker Punch. Warner Brothers released one final poster that is visually clustered with tints of green and yellow hues. Although the poster is packed full of visuals and the title takes up half of the page, I still think it is considerably better than some action posters that come out these days. I do love their use of tilted text on the title; I’ve always loved their typography for the title. But anyways, check out the Sucker Punch poster after the jump and check out Zack Snyder’s film March 25, 2011!
You can say what you will about Zack Snyder’s filming techniques, but you have to give him credit for his visionary excellence. Warner Bros. released the first theatrical trailer for Sucker Punch this past week and it is absolutely ridiculous. This movie has it all, if you were to scour the Internet to see what nerds and geeks wanted in an action movie, they would find Sucker Punch. From Nazi zombies scouring a post apocalyptic warzone to a school girl wielding a Samurai sword slicing through robots while her badass companions fire machine guns engaging in full air combat, this movie was made for fanboys/girls. View the trailer along with over 200 screen captures I wrangled up after the jump!
Alex Pardee, illustrator/artist, has been working with writer/director Zack Snyder with some character design posters for Sucker Punch. His bunny design is shown on the mech unit and more of his work will be seen throughout the film as well. Pardee created character posters for Comic-con, which were posted on io9.com. They are pretty vibrant in color and imagery and my assumption that there is some water color environment added to them. You can check them out after the break!
The first official look at Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch was released last night in the form of a teaser trailer. Snyder, the creative mind behind the adaptations of Watchmen and 300, has set his sights on his own original work of cinema for once and brings us this fantastical tale. The spice girls have nothing on these women who fight their way past anything that tries stopping them. Snyder does not hold back on the slow motion action in this movie, much like his previous works. This movie is really far out there and I hope this works for him. The trailer is really chaotic and there isn’t much said about the plot other than that these girls want to escape from the institute. From mecha robots to dragons, Sucker Punch delivers every fan boy/girls dreams wrapped up into one. I am really anticipating this movie to be nothing short of spectacular, I just hope I’m not over hyping myself. Check out the teaser trailer for Sucker Punch after the break along with 130 high-res stills!
Sucker Punch has been described as Alice in Wonderland with machine guns, but I would like to believe, coming from Zack Snyder’s mind, that it will be so much more than that. Little has been said or revealed about this production until the San Diego Comic-Con hit this weekend. Not only has the website launched with a great visual homepage, but six character posters were also released that display the lovely and dangerous women of Sucker Punch. This is Snyder’s first original story that he has been writing for a few years during all his adaptations and remakes (Dawn of the Dead, Watchmen, 300, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole). With his great visionary sense and a keen eye for action sequences, this film should have a great look to it. This will be a great way to kick-off 2011 and I cannot wait for this adventure to unfold. Check out the posters, homepage and more after the break!