September 23, 2014

Nerd News: Deadpool movie (!), Lykoi cats, Nick Frost on Xmas Who and more

Vol. 5, Issue 33

Hey kids! It’s that time again ...

In TV news:

Here are a couple of previews:

American Horror Story: Freak Show


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Star Wars Rebels




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And a great Arrow gag reel:


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Nakatomi Inc. gallery, who’ve done Blade Runner and Doctor Who free print series previously, is now doing a series of Firefly prints. Here are the first two to be revealed (and a variant):

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In webseries news:

In movie news:

Here’s a trailer for Tim Burton’s new Margaret Keane biopic Big Eyes:


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KellaBell9’s Rocket and Groot illustration is just adorable.

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These Interstellar posters (by various artists) are fantastic.

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In gaming news, from TGG:

Fossard Christophe’s Poison Ivy illustration is very sweet.

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Otto Schmidt has a very unique take on Wonder Woman.

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The smeared feel of Jason Liwag’s art fits these characters nicely.

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Stephen Langmead’s art is a nice homage to the original pin-up artists.

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I will never tire of Skottie Young’s art.

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In misc. news:

Love the feel of this Han/Greedo illustration from Kevin M. Wilson.

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Eric Tan has created a great set of original trilogy-inspired art, too.

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In SCIENCE! and tech news:

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12 comments:

  1. I would love a print of that Han/Greedo illustration. I'm pretty excited about Big Eyes. It's nice to see Tim Burton doing something a little out of the norm for him. I mean, I look forward to all of his movies, but this one looks like it's going to be so good.

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  2. Deadpool. I just. No words. (Except PG-13. That's. ...no words.... ) So. STOKED.

    (And also Gaiman's Lucifer! YES. I will watch the crap out of that.)

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  3. I can't wait to see Big Eyes! Thanks for posting the trailer. :)

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  4. Deadpool can't come out soon enough! Also, I suddenly want to see "Skull Island" :)

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  5. I really hope Deadpool gives Ryan Reynolds a chance to shine. I actually think he's a great actor who just ends up in rather poo-ish movies. . .we'll see!
    Lucifer's comic is at the top of my to-read list for comics. Even though you don't see a huge amount of him, I love him in the Sandman comics. I hope the show does him justice!

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  6. I haven't watched the trailer yet, but I watched a playthrough of Silent Hills and HOLY TERRIFYING.

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  7. I love how smoky the print is. The Cantina totally would have been smoky.

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  8. I think they can do a lot more with PG-13 than we think. I mean, as long as no one's spurting massive amounts of blood or cursing all the time, it'll be OK. I mean, I know, where's the fun in that? But I'm sure they can make it work.

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  9. I agree. Ryan Reynolds is so good at being the snarky guy, and the superheroes he's played have either not been that type of guy (Hal Jordan) or he didn't get a chance to shine (Wolverines' attempt at Wade Wilson).

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  10. I don't even want to know. I'm taking Wes' (and your) word for it.

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