Click on image to view large. Awesome new work by Will Pigg. If you loved this, you must check out his other 3D paper craft works. [via ángulo muerto]
What we always knew! Beneath that rugged exterior, the Thing is a softie at heart. Drawn by the always interesting, and ever-so talented Ape Lad.
Wolverine, one of the most popular characters in the Marvel Universe, made his first ever appearance in The Incredible Hulk (#180) in 1974. To commemorate Wolverine’s 35th anniversary, Marvel has…
Type-designer and illustrator Nate Piekos outlines the grammatical conventions unique to the comic book medium. He learned these rules while lettering various Marvel and DC titles over the years. Snip…
Not many know that Kevin Smith, the director of such films like Mallrats, Dogma Zack and Mimi Make a Porno, and the horrendous, multiple Razzie Award nominated Jersey Girl, is also a comic book writer. Smith has been writing stories for both DC Comics and Marvel Comics for quite some time.
I found these funny, DIY paper models of DC and Marvel superheroes based on various South Park characters (or is it the other way around ?). Anyhow, you can download…
The Marvel Super Heroes was an animated cartoon series, first broadcast on U.S. television in the 1960s.
The low budget series used the technique of xerography; a process that involved the use of photocopied images from comic books, which were then manipulated to animate the characters.
The program had five segments, and each one featured the adventures of a popular Marvel superhero. Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, The Invincible Iron Man, The Mighty Thor, and Prince Namor the Sub-Mariner were the characters showcased by the show.
After searching around a bit, I was able to find the theme songs for all the superheroes on the show. Some of them are quite campy, but still great fun to watch.
Iron Man’s Adventure brings together three of Marvel‘s most popular superheroes together in a short animated film.
Spider-Man and Iron Man, who have teamed up to take on an army of destructive, gigantic robots, get some heavy duty assistance from another popular Marvel Comics superhero in this entertaining film.
JazJaz fan, Sonya says,
These hilarious cartoons were created in the style of animation done by Gantry-Lawrence studios for Marvel Comics during the 1960s. The films show the Avengers living together in a dirty apartment, squabbling over women, and even managing to do some partying.