RED BULL CANS IN JUSTICE LEAGUE OUTFITS

The Red Bull Superhero Project is a design concept by New York-based Art Director Diego Fonseca.

It’s basic human knowledge that Red Bull tastes like complete caca mixed with vomit (if you don’t think so, you’re either a goddamn liar or your taste buds are playing an evil trick on you), but these packaging redesigns featuring the iconic costumes of DC superheroes Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Green Lantern are sick enough that I could see people buying them just to display on their shelves. I’m sure people have displayed lamer things. I have a shelf full of Orbitz. Remember those? The little orbs are totally still floating and there’s even a mail-in rebate for a free movie ticket to see Independence Day starring Will Smith in theaters! No, you can’t have one.

(via The Dieline)

DC Comics Illustrations by Eric Dufresne

These awesome grid-type illustrations were created by Eric Dufresne. The geometric style and shapes are used here to create super colorful versions of Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, Green Arrow, Robin, and Catwoman

Check it: More DC Comics on Albotas
Buy it: The DC Comics Encyclopedia

Injustice: The More I See of This Game, The More I Need It

Look at this gameplay! Injustice: Gods Among Us is looking better and better with each gameplay video NetherRealm Studios releases.

Here we see Shazam and Flash duke it out, bouncing off of buildings (ridiculous, but fun to watch), air juggling each other, and using the environment as weaponry. I’m really digging each stage’s look, as well as the fluid movements of each character I’ve seen thus far.

April 16 couldn’t come sooner. Here’s to a solid DC Comics game release.

Justice League Dolla’ Dolla’ Bills, Y’all

Aslan Malik transformed some dead presidents into characters from the Justice League and the results are pretty sick.

Check it: Bill Murray money
Buy: Justice League: Doom (Special Edition w/ Flash Figure)

(Source: obviouswinner.com)

A Little Bit On The Deja Vu Side: Jeremy Roberts illustrates the newest incarnation of the Justice League in the same fashion as Jim Lee’s other memorable comic book from 20 years ago.

(Via Bleeding Cool)

Depressive Superheroes

Lora Zombie (a.k.a. Lora8) knows that sometimes even superheroes have bad days. After all, a lifestyle in the suit can often lead to a broken back, your father figure being zapped outside of reality by a god, or your nemesis traveling back in time to murder your mother.

United They Stand

Shadewear presents his redesign of a Justice League consisting of Martian Manhunter, Power Girl, Green Lantern, Big Barda, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Firestorm, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, Black Canary, and the Flash. Prints will be available at Long Beach Comic Con later this month.

(Source: shadewearonline.deviantart.com)

Codak Moment

It’s been a month since the start of the DC Comics relaunch. While the event has overall been successful at generating interest, the changes to many of the characters remain decisive among readers.  Dresden Codak artist Aaron Diaz takes a stab at redesigning the Justice League with the goal of making the characters appealing to new readers and creating new story opportunities. You can read detailed notes on his costume design choices HERE and HERE.

DC Super Heroes x PENTAX Optio RS1500 Collector Pack.
To celebrate the release of Green Lantern later this year, PENTAX have put together a limited edition pack containing their Optio RS1500 camera along with 7 interchangeable skins: Green Lantern, Batman, Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Superman, The Flash, and The Joker. You also get a 4GB SD card and Green Lantern protective case. Prepare to be the envy of Comic Con.
And if for some crazy reason you’re not happy with the skins provided (why wouldn’t you be!?), you can print out your own using the PENTAX Personal Skin Designer software.
Here’s some specs on the camera:
Total pixels: 14.53Optical zoom: 4XDigital zoom: 6.7XFocal length (equiv.): 4.9-19.6mm (27.5-110mm)LCD screen: 3.0” TFT color LCD LCD resolution: 230,000 dots
It can also do widescreen 720p video at 30fps.
There’s a buttload of other features (too many to list here), but you can check them out on the PENTAX website.
I’ve contacted PENTAX for a price and release date and will update this post if I hear back from them.
[Via Freshness Mag]

DC Super Heroes x PENTAX Optio RS1500 Collector Pack.

To celebrate the release of Green Lantern later this year, PENTAX have put together a limited edition pack containing their Optio RS1500 camera along with 7 interchangeable skins: Green Lantern, Batman, Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Superman, The Flash, and The Joker. You also get a 4GB SD card and Green Lantern protective case. Prepare to be the envy of Comic Con.

And if for some crazy reason you’re not happy with the skins provided (why wouldn’t you be!?), you can print out your own using the PENTAX Personal Skin Designer software.

Here’s some specs on the camera:

Total pixels: 14.53
Optical zoom: 4X
Digital zoom: 6.7X
Focal length (equiv.): 4.9-19.6mm (27.5-110mm)
LCD screen: 3.0” TFT color LCD
LCD resolution: 230,000 dots

It can also do widescreen 720p video at 30fps.

There’s a buttload of other features (too many to list here), but you can check them out on the PENTAX website.

I’ve contacted PENTAX for a price and release date and will update this post if I hear back from them.

[Via Freshness Mag]

Daily Graffiti: Fresh Flash graffiti by trp spotted in London by mermaid99.
Check  out the Daily Graffiti Archives for more geektastic street art!
Last month on Warren Ellis’s Whitechapel message boards, he gave artists the following challenge:"In 1975, while promoting the New York Dolls, Malcolm McLaren got  some people from DC incapably drunk and walked off with a two-year   license on one of their properties.  Went back to London, changed the   shop name from SEX to SEDITIONARIES, then said, “here, Viv, you reckon   we could blag fifty grand off someone to make a fillum?”1977.  London.  You have been tasked with producing the poster for Malcolm McLaren’s JUSTICE LEAGUE film.”Growing up as a bit of a punk rocker as well as a geek, this clever spin by Annie Wu totally, like, speaks to me, man. Batman and Supes give off a heavy Misfits vibe, The Flash  is very Johnny Rotten-ish, and Wonder Woman’s outfit is brilliant. Also  gotta’ love Aquaman horkin’ his brains out in the back. Friggin’  lightweight.

Last month on Warren Ellis’s Whitechapel message boards, he gave artists the following challenge:

"In 1975, while promoting the New York Dolls, Malcolm McLaren got some people from DC incapably drunk and walked off with a two-year license on one of their properties. Went back to London, changed the shop name from SEX to SEDITIONARIES, then said, “here, Viv, you reckon we could blag fifty grand off someone to make a fillum?”

1977. London. You have been tasked with producing the poster for Malcolm McLaren’s JUSTICE LEAGUE film.”

Growing up as a bit of a punk rocker as well as a geek, this clever spin by Annie Wu totally, like, speaks to me, man. Batman and Supes give off a heavy Misfits vibe, The Flash is very Johnny Rotten-ish, and Wonder Woman’s outfit is brilliant. Also gotta’ love Aquaman horkin’ his brains out in the back. Friggin’ lightweight.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...