Posts Tagged ‘ Harley Quinn ’

Take A New Look At The Suicide Squad.


 

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DC’s Suicide Squad has been a primary source of interest since 2015’s Comic-Con reveal.  A few days after the release of their character posters for the film, DC and the powers that be have revealed a new trailer, showing off tons of new footage, and a bit more of the story.  Lets start with the negative (simply because there isn’t much of it.)  The CG doesn’t seem complete, and could be better in certain shots, specifically in regards to El Diablo.  Thats really about it.  You get more well rounded view of all the characters, and their individual roles with the exception of the Joker.  It appears as if Joker isn’t the only advisory if he’s an advisory at all, and he gets a bit more screen time than the previous footage.  Both “Mr. J” and Harley Quinn steal the show, with Joker doing his famous laugh while laying amongst a kaleidoscope of knives, and Harley giving an amazing line about the voices in her head.  Check the trailer below.

 

The Hottest Women Of The Comic World via Justice Mag.


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Have you ever thought of seeing Supergirl or Wonder Woman doing a photoshoot for the cover of your favorite magazine? This idea was realized by an artist where his excellent skills in digital illustration and fascination with comic book superheroines lead him into creating a series of epic magazine covers.  Stanley Lau (also known as “Artgerm” for most of his global fans), is an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends Studios — a digital art studio that produces works for Capcom, DC Comics, Square Enix and other popular companies in the entertainment and gaming industry. Born and raised in Hong Kong, his terrific style in digital illustration is a mix of eastern and western art styles with a strong sense of aesthetics and fluidity.  One interesting personal project of him is the “Justice Mag” series where he illustrates popular superheroines as if they are posing for covers of a popular publication called Justice Magazine. Among them is a Poison Ivy as the queen of gardening, Supergirl in style, and a Wonder Woman as a badass crime fighter.

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