I saw The Avengers movie here in Manila pretty early in comparison to its US-release, which is Friday, May 4th. I was surprised how good it was knowing that there’s a lot of characters that they need to cover, and still make it a uniform unit with lots of action and eye-candy. It did not disappointment nonetheless.
With most of the international debut of the movie, artists & designers alike answered The Avengers’ call, and came up with these impressive works of art & design.
Sweet—it’s out! I was going to check out The Day the Earth Stood Still a week or so ago and was stoked to find out that they added the trailer for X‑Men Origins: Wolverine in the previews. Sadly, I didn’t have time to roll. However, it was dope to find that they finally brought it online.
Here’s the one that is being shown on Hulu. I just hope that it’s not on some kind of time limit. At least they have this on Youtube as well.
Seems that they are getting ready to amp up The Watchmen Movie for 2009, and have apparently added the animated series into iTunes.
Watchmen Motion Comics
Set in an alternate reality mirroring the United States in the 1980s, Alan Moore’s Watchmen is the only graphic novel to earn a Hugo Award, as well as a spot on Time Magazine’s list of 100 best English-language novels. Now you can enjoy this classic saga in its motion comics form, as it examines the nature of modern vigilantism, crime, and the decay of many norms in society. Download the first episode or buy a Season Pass and get all 12 chapters, as they’re available, for just $19.99.