Monday, February 28, 2011

New Spider Man Picture I drew

So guys,tell me what you think I did right and wrong.And just the plain overall aspect of it.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Dwayne McDuffie, Milestone Media Creator and Comic Veteran Has Died

Dwayne McDuffie was a Detroit native who attended The University of Michigan. Later on Dwayne McDuffie started off specifically at Marvel Comics in editorials during the 80's after a friend got him an interview for an assistant editors position at Marvel Comics. He eventually went on to create Marvel's Damage Control. In the 90's, he became a free-lancer and worked with Marvel,DC,Harvel,and Archie comics.

Eventually McDuffie co-founded Milestone Media and explained this about it:

"If you do a black character or a female character or an Asian character, then they aren't just that character. They represent that race or that sex, and they can't be interesting because everything they do has to represent an entire block of people. You know, Superman isn't all white people and neither is Lex Luthor. We knew we had to present a range of characters within each ethnic group, which means that we couldn't do just one book. We had to do a series of books and we had to present a view of the world that's wider than the world we've seen before."

Milestone released it's comics through DC comics and with McDuffie as editor-in-chief, he co-created Static amongst other characters. When Milestone stopped releasing new comics, McDuffie's character Static got his own show,Static Shock,which McDuffie was hired to write and story-edit on the series, writing eleven episodes.

McDuffie was also hired to write for the animated series Justice League. He was soon promoted to story editor and producer as the series became Justice League Unlimited. During the entire run of the animated series, McDuffie wrote, produced, or story-edited 69 out of the 91 episodes.McDuffie also wrote the story for the video game Justice League Heroes.And got credit for shows Teen Titans and "What's New,Scoody Doo?".

McDuffie was hired to help revamp and story-edit Cartoon Network's popular animated Ben 10 franchise with Ben 10: Alien Force, continuing the adventures of the ten-year-old title character into his mid and late teenage years. During the run of the series, McDuffie wrote episode 1-3, 14, 25-28, 45 and 46 and/or story-edited all forty-six episodes. McDuffie is currently producing and story editing a second sequel series Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, which premiered April 23. 2010. He wrote episode 1, 10, 11, 16 and 21.

Eventually he came back to writing comics and wrote such work as Marvel's "Beyond!" and wrote issues of Justice League,Firestorm,and Fantastic Four.

McDuffie recently wrote Milestone Forever for DC Comics, a two-issue, prestige format mini-series chronicling the final adventures of his Milestone characters before a catastrophic event that fuses their continuity with the continuity of the DC Universe.

McDuffie's last work was writing the script for the newly released "All-Star Superman" animated movie.

He passed away today 02/22/2011 but the cause of death is still unknown.


Comic Book Resources is reporting that McDuffie died from complications having to do with "a surgical procedure" performed Monday evening.

R.I.P. Dwayne McDuffie

Mark Ruffalo Interview - He Briefly Talks About Avengers ;He briefly talks about playing Bruce Banner for the new Avengers movie.

He talks about Avengers at about 5:17.The one interviewer asks him about his next project where he replies:
"I start shooting The Avengers in May,where I will play Bruce Banner."
The interviewer then asks if someone else will be playing the Hulk where Ruffalo replies "No.This will be the first time an actor will actually play the Hulk. We're doing motion capture like they did with Avatar".
So they will use the Avatar tech,interesting.

Personally I like Norton better but I have hopes that Ruffalo can pull it off.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

NEW:More pictures I drew,Avengers,Captain America,etc.

I recently posted my older pictures,(older pics here , and here ) but  I have a few newer ones that I want to run past everybody to see what you guys think of them.I am still twelve,so please do not be to harsh on me.There is a new version of an older Avenger picture I drew,just a face I was working on to test a new style,same as the Captain America picture,and my designs for a new character of my own that I am developing.

My Older Cap,also from 5 months ago:

                                                                    The Random Face:
                                        And My Character Designs/Concept:     
      Well,what do you think,are they good? Does it look like I have at least gotten a little better?
Which Avengers picture to you like better?

Monday, February 14, 2011

Spider-Man Reboot Gets A Title;New Promo Pic Attached

Sony officialy titles the Spidey reboot THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!

And this new picture of the Spider-Man costume looks sweet:

I think the Amazing Spidderman is a good title for the reboot and was personally hoping for this.
New press release:
"The Amazing Spider-Man will be released in 3D on July 3, 2012. The film stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Campbell Scott, Irrfan Khan, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field. The film is directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay by James Vanderbilt and Alvin Sargent and Steve Kloves based on the Marvel Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad, and Matt Tolmach are producing the Marvel Entertainment production for Columbia Pictures. The executive producers are Stan Lee, Kevin Feige, and Michael Grillo."

Thursday, February 10, 2011


 Okay guys,I am surprised at how it looks almost awesome like.No seriously it looks good,almost worth the long wait.Everyone should have seen the FaceBook comments.
Check it out..

"Before Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Before they were archenemies, they were closest of friends, working together, with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to stop the greatest threat the world has ever known. In the process, a rift between them opened, which began the eternal war between Magneto's Brotherhood and Professor X's X-MEN."

Ok,i put the [frick]ing computer and article thing behind me and i have to say continuity in all the films suck so fuccking bad,the way they have portrayed some of the characters and their powers have SUCKED,i could go on

But me putting all that beside,the X-men movies have been some of my favorites and i think they brought a fresh revamped version of some great characters,X3 wasnt all bad,it gave us as comic fans almost everything we wanted to see,same as wolverine but just not perfect with the comics and everybody starts hatin on it.The Batman movies(nolan's)have all been epic and really far away from continuity comic wise for the most part.The X-men Movies are great,the trailer looks great,and i am deffiently going to see this movie!

This i somewhat agree on also:
The good:

1. The submarine scene is obviously an homage to Uncanny X-men #150 where Magneto crushes a Russian sub.
2. Mystique's look and transformation is the same as the previous films.
3. McAvoy and Fassbender
4. January Jones boobs
5. Angel Saladore as a stripper in the champagne room :)

The bad:

1. The [frick]ed up list of characters.
2. Havok is older than Cyclops and has RED energy blasts, WTF!!!
3. Banshee is American.

I'm not going to complain about the Beast's appearance because it has changed in the comics over the years. This is especially true when he reverted to human form in the early issues of X-Factor before changing back to his furry appearance 2-1/2 years later. I just threw this in for every "true X-Men" fan that complains about his non-furry cameo in X2 but seems to forget this fact :)

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Spider-Man and The Fantastic Three Gets New Threads And The Web-Head Joins The FF

After the death of the Human Torch, the surviving members of the Fantastic Four—Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman & Thing—join with Spider-Man and some top secret members to form an unstoppable force: The Future Foundation. Their mission is simple: save the Marvel Universe from its greatest threats and prevent future dangers from arising. But even with knowledge of what’s to come and one of the most powerful teams ever assembled, just what villainous force could stand in their way?

“FF will alter the very fabric of the Marvel Universe,” explained Tom Brevoort, Senior Vice President of Publishing. “Jonathan and Steve have crafted a unique, powerful new series that’s going to surprise a lot of fans with its combination of mind-blowing ideas and visuals.”

The perfect jumping on point for new readers, FF #1 begins a battle for the future of the Marvel Universe unlike anything you’ve ever seen before and no fan can afford to miss it!

FF #1 (JAN110748)
Pencils and Cover by STEVE EPTING
Variant Cover by DANIEL ACUNA
Variant Cover by STAN GOLDBERG
Character Variant Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Fantastic Four 50th Anniversary Variant by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Rated A…$3.99
FOC – 2/28/11, On Sale 3/23/11



Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Boss Finally Revealed!!!

This new game's final boss has been revealed as the one who has constantly been a pest to the Fantastic Four ,Silver Surfer,and basically the whole Marvel Universe,and now both Marvel and Capcom characters alike will have to feel the power of the Devourer of Worlds....


I am pretty hyped for this game,and a little surprised at the character choices but any way the game comes out February,15th.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Some Better Video And Pics From Captain America TV Spot!!!! Including RED SKULL!!!!!

The Picture We've All Been Waiting For,THE RED SKULL!!!

  The long-awaited look at Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger.  Courtesy of Yahoo

DAMN!!!!!!! (look at her,they look HUGE)