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Platypuses Glow Under Blacklight. We Have No Idea Why....
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Science-fiction in 2021: the films, TV shows and books you should know about...
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Madhya Pradesh: Poster demanding Jyotiraditya Scindia as Congress president causes flutter
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A Gathering of Witches: Incredible Poster Brings Over 60 Pop Culture Witches Together; Can You Name Them All?
All your favorite witches have been brought together by artist Jordan Monsell in his latest piece “A Gathering of Witches,” the fifth poster in a series that has previously collected together pop culture ghosts, “Twilight Zone” references and Stephen King characters. “A Gathering of Witches” depicts over 60 famous witches from popular culture, featuring characters […]...
Avengers Poster Imagines Tom Cruise, John Krasinski & More In The MCU
Digital artist artoftimetravel envisions an alternate universe's Avengers team, and includes stars like Tom Cruise, John Krasinski, and Emily Blunt....
Disney’s ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Poster Debuts, Trailer Tomorrow
In another timeline we would all be gearing up for the release of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 59th feature-length animated film Raya and the Last Dragon, which was initially scheduled to be released this Thanksgiving. But, of course, with the world upside down and all, we will be waiting until March 2021 to see this new animated feature, but at least today we get to check out the brand-new poster. The poster (viewable below) conveys the mood and visual splendor of the footage that was shown last summer at the D23 Expo – same lighting, same rain, same bad-…...
The Dynamite 3-D Poster Book (1979, Neal Adams, Scholastic Book Services)
In grade school, I was a regular patron of the Scholastic Book Club, the children's reading program that let kids order books and records from a catalog once a month and have them delivered right to their classroom.If receiving a copy of Norman Bridwell's How To Care for Your Monster, or C.B. Colby's Strangely Enough in front of all your envious classmates wasn't incentive enough to place an order, there was sometimes a special offer for a free poster as a bonus. Admittedly these were usually lame "cute animal" posters... kittens clustered in tall grass or a droopy bloodhound wearing reading glasses, the kind of thing you might glimpse on the wall of one of the Bradford children on an episode of Eight is Enough. But on one occasion there was a truly magnificent piece of art offered with your book order... a huge illustration of Dracula, standing in a graveyard against a full moon and a sky swarming with bats. And better still... it was in 3-D! Now, the item below IS NOT the same image. I've yet to track down the exact poster that loomed over my bed throughout my formative years only to mysteriously disappear in the wormhole connected to my parent's garage. But after laying eyes on this beauty, I'm convinced they were both by the same artist. This specimen comes from the 1979 Dynamite 3-D Poster Book (which would place it around the same time I remember acquiring my poster), and wouldn't you know it, this is a Scholastic Book Services offering too! (Dynamite was a celebrity-focused kids magazine, published by Scholastic, Inc. beginning in 1974. Like People Magazine for the swing-set set.) The artist is Neal Adams, who has wielded a pen for both Marvel and DC at various points throughout his comic drawing career, which began in the so-called Silver Age and continues today, drawing both superheroes (Batman, X-Men, Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, et al) and monsters, sometimes for illustrated children's records like A Story of Dracula, The Wolfman and Frankenstein (Power Records, 1975). The Dynamite 3-D Poster Book contains six posters by Adams (The Werewolf, The Horse aka "Run Free", The Vampire, Skateboard!, Clown aka "Look Out!", and The Sorcerer), which fold out to a size of approximately 16" x 22", a pair of cardboard red and blue anaglyph glasses, and a brief article about the history of 3-D (emphasizing its success as a 1950's movie fad, although the 1960 non-3-D William Castle film 13 Ghosts gets an honorable mention.)These posters are really gorgeous... break out the 3D glasses and enjoy!On a related note... does anyone happen to have a copy of this little poster visible on the wall of Nicholas Bradford's bedroom? I recognize it as one of a series of funny-caption posters that were about half-page in size and printed on cardstock, this one a baby orangutan caught in mid-screech, with the cartoon bubble reading "How Come I Always Have to Take Out the Garbage?" (or comparable hilarious sentiment.) The one directly above that is another in the same series, a baby with the caption "Bald is Beautiful". UPDATE: Found! See bottom of post.Oh dear, I have to sit down before I collapse in a heap of mirth. Anyone have images of these things? UPDATE: I finally found my stupid monkey sign! Turns out its from the Wallace Berrie Company of Van Nuys, California, maker of hilarious signs (most suitable for children, but a few with slightly risque' drug or sex references clearly targeted at older teens and adults), novelty knick-knacks, and cutesy figurines, including, in the early 1980s, Smurf characters. Dated 1976 (the year prior to Eight Is Enough's first season), here's sign #7719:...
First Poster for the New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Sequel Reveals a Terrifying Leatherface
Fans of the long-running Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise were treated to a nice surprise on Monday when the first poster for the new sequel was revealed. The great poster unveiling began as a clue buried in the trailer for the Call of Duty Season 6 special event "The Haunting of Verdansk," which led players to the official Texas Chainsaw Massacre site and the new poster. The poster for the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie takes a simple, abstract approach to filling us with dread. We only get a watercolor-like depiction of Leatherface with some text: "In 1974, the …...
The First Poster for David Fincher’s ‘Mank’ Is Here and It’s Vintage Hollywood
After 6 long years of waiting, a new David Fincher film is nearly upon us. Mank, the story of chaotic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his battles with Orson Welles during the making of Citizen Kane, debuts in limited theaters and on Netflix this winter, and we’ve just gotten a glimpse of the film’s first official poster. https://twitter.com/MankFilm/status/1318673378752876546?s=20 The image was shared on Twitter by the official @MankFilm account. Appropriately, the poster is accompanied by a caption written out like an excerpt from a screenplay (likely a real excerpt from the …...
First ‘Death on the Nile’ Trailer and Teaser Poster Unveiled
The first trailer and teaser poster from Twentieth Century Studios’ daring mystery-thriller Death on the Nile debuted today. The film, which is directed by …Read More The post First ‘Death on the Nile’ Trailer and Teaser Poster Unveiled appeared first on The Walt Disney Company....
Couple’s gender revealing poster inspired by ‘Parasite’ movie poster win hearts online
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New Trailer and Poster Debut for ‘Black is King’
Parkwood Entertainment and Disney+ have released a new trailer and poster for Black Is King, a film by 24-time GRAMMY® Award-winner Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, which …Read More The post New Trailer and Poster Debut for ‘Black is King’ appeared first on The Walt Disney Company....