Right now, the more we see of John Wick, the better, so the news of a John Wick comic is nothing but music to our ears. We’ll see the character’s eagerly-awaited return early next year in John Wick: Chapter 2. There’s already some talk, thank Heavens, of a John Wick: Chapter 3, but on the big screen isn’t the only place fans can find the dog lover, thanks to Dynamite Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment. They’re bringing the hit man to your local comic book store sometime next year.
Below, learn more about the John Wick comic.
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It’s probably a safe bet that we’ll never see the return of Peter Venkman, Egon Spengler, Ray Stantz and Winston Zeddemore on the big screen as the original Ghostbusters. Not only have we lost one of the original cast members (RIP Harold Ramis), but the reboot has established itself as existing in an entirely different universe, despite the many similarities and borrowed elements between the reboot and the original, making a crossover essentially impossible. But that doesn’t mean we can get a Ghostbusters crossover elsewhere.
Comics publisher IDW has announced some of the forthcoming 2017 titles, and one of them is a Ghostbusters crossover that will see the original 1984 team meeting Erin Gilbert, Abby Yates, Jillian Holtzmann and Patty Tolan, the conductors of the metaphysical examination from the 2016 movie. Find out more about the Ghostbusters crossover comic below. Read More »
Merry Christmas, you wonderful old Building and Loan! It’s that time of year when families sit down to watch It’s A Wonderful Life to feel good about what they have, which is something we all probably need after the gut punch that was the year 2016. If you’re a big fan of the holiday classic from director Frank Capra, then we have a print that you might want to frame on your wall.
Hero Complex Gallery has this timely new piece of art from Barret Chapman, immortalizing that iconic moment when George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart) tells Mary (Donna Reed) that he’ll lasso the moon to pull it down for her to have if that’s what she wants. Check out the beautiful It’s A Wonderful Life print after the jump. Read More »
It’s the Christmas season, which means you either love or hate the presence of the holiday comedy Jingle All the Way playing all over TV. The crass, commercial comedy starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad desperately trying to get their hands on the popular fictional toy known as Turbo Man is goofy, slapsticky and just plain bad. But I still watch it every year and enjoy the hell out of it. I always laugh every time Schwarzenegger says, “Who told you you could eat my cookies?”
If you’re a fan of the movie and you’ve always wanted your own Turbo Man just for the hell of it, a new Kickstarter wants to make that possible. It’s a little pricey if you really want it to be Turbo Time at your house, but it just might be worth it. Find out details after the jump. Read More »
Bottleneck Gallery has once again teamed up with Acme Archives and Lucasfilm on some new Star Wars prints. But these posters aren’t just any Star Wars prints, they are for the new film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Hit the jump to see the Rogue One print by Matt Ferguson and more from artist Karl Fitzgerald, and find out when you’ll be able to buy them.
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There are endless pieces of collectible artwork paying tribute to Star Wars, but there are always some that stand out from the rest of the pack. A couple of those distinctive pieces will be available on sale later today.
Kevin Tong is one of the more celebrated artists in the realm of pop culture artwork, and today he’s delivered two new Star Wars prints commemorating each of the lightsaber battles that take place between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Each print by itself is gorgeous enough, but they also compliment each other perfectly.
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One of the most recognizable vehicles from the Star Wars trilogy are the AT-AT Walkers in The Empire Strikes Back. Even young Peter Parker referenced them when he was tying up Giant-Man’s legs during the massive airport battle in Captain America: Civil War. Well, in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the Imperial vehicle gets a slight makeover, and one inventive fan decided to bring that vehicle right into his backyard.
We’ll see the AT-ACT (All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport) in action later this week in Rogue One as part a battle that takes place on the tropical planet Scarif. But in the backyard of Colin Furze, an inventor from Stamford, England, the AT-ACT is just an innocent playhouse for his kids to play in.
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This Friday, Cyclops Print Works will be releasing a brand new screenprinted poster Walt Disney Animation Studio’s new classic. Moana is one of my favorite movies of 2016 and I will definitely have to get my hands on this stunning Moana print by Tom Whalen. . Hit the jump to check out this beauty in full and find out where and when you can buy it!
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! There’s snow on the ground (depending on where you live), the stores are packed (maybe not as much since we love our online shopping), and there are all sorts of holiday movies and specials all over TV (though you’re probably just watching your favorites at your leisure thanks to Netflix, Hulu and countless other streaming services). It’s just wonderful, and now you can make it a little more lovely with some fantastic new artwork commemorating one of the most beloved holiday specials.
A Charlie Brown Christmas celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate it this year with a series of prints from Dark Hall Mansion created by artists Eduardo Sanabria, Dan May, Eric Robison and Steve Thomas. Check out all the A Charlie Brown Christmas prints after the jump. Read More »
While some of the technology that was once just the dream of sci-fi filmmakers has become real, most of what we’ve seen in the Star Wars universe is still just fantasy. Whether it’s ships that can travel at hyperspeed, lightsabers or space stations that can blow up entire planets, we just have to accept that some of these creations may never be real. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t come close to realizing some of our Star Wars dreams.
One of the most exciting sequences from Return of the Jedi is the speeder bike chase between Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia and some Imperial Scout Troopers in the thick forests of Endor. While we’ve yet to create vehicles that can fly through the air like speeder bikes, thanks to the power of water, we have the next best thing.
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