In case you've forgotten about July's comic book movie, here come new posters and a trailer to remind you that "The Wolverine" is coming. It's been almost two months since we got our first look at director James Mangold's ode to Chris Claremont and Frank Miller's classic Wolverine solo story.
Check out the new trailer, as well as posters featuring Viper and Yukio, below.
A few preview pages from "Man of Steel's" upcoming blitz of children's books have been revealed. The preview pages focus on most of the Superman mythos that's been established for decade, like him being jettisoned from a crumbling Krypton and being raised in Smallville by the Kents. So aside from revealing how this artist draws Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe, the first few images don't spoil that much.
EW has unveiled the wrap poster given to the cast and crew of "Iron Man 3." The poster harkens back to the days of serialized mystery fiction, taking inspiration from novel series like "The Hardy Boys." The poster touts "Iron Man 3" as "A New Tony Stark Mystery" and nails every other detail found on vintage book covers, from the simple spine, cheap cover price and distressed edges. The artist has yet to be revealed.*
The Marvel UK Twitter account has just unleashed a mighty image upon the world: the first poster for this November's "Thor: The Dark World." The poster is packed with the exact right amount of rain and lightning required by any Thor poster, and otherwise doesn't show off anything new. It's an awesome image, sure, one that rightfully belongs on bedroom walls across all of Midgard. It just shows off more of the Thor that we've already come to know and love. His costume looks mostly the same, at least from this angle, and he's still sporting the beard (which has always been optional in the comics). Maybe Chris Hemsworth is doing something different with his hair?
No matter what, though, this is exciting. I'm ready for the "Thor" updates to start rolling in. I summon thee, teaser trailer (which is actually coming next week)!
The poster for the upcoming Spike Lee Joint/remake/manga adaptation, "Oldboy" made its debut at movie theater owner trade show CinemaCon in Las Vegas. Those of us familiar with Chan Wook-Park's masterpiece and/or Garon Tsuchiya and Nobuaki Minegishi's manga ("Old Boy") can see that the poster is a reference to the 20 years our main character is kept in both literal and existential captivity.
Along with the poster, folks at CinemaCon got hold of the official synopsis of the Josh Brolin-starring Americanization. Check out the poster and synopsis below.
The Chitauri, the aliens that the Avengers soundly defeated in last summer's "Marvel's the Avengers," will be making their Marvel Comics debut in the pages of "Nova" #4 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness. Regardless of what you think of the invading legion of extraterrestrials, it's worth pointing out that they are bona fide nominees in the Best Fight category at this year's MTV Movie Awards. Sure it just says "Tom Hiddleston" on the ballot, but that's surely only because our human alphabet could not possibly handle the complexity of the Chitauri language.
The unlettered cover and preview pages for the issue can be seen below, as well as the solicitation copy for the issue.
The first three minutes cover "Iron Man 3," with new interviews and behind the scenes footage about the upcoming film, and the last two dive into the rest of Phase Two, with a taste of Phase Three's "Ant-Man" thrown in as well. Check out the full featurette and tons of new concept art, featuring detailed looks at Ant-Man, the Winter Soldier, Rocket Raccoon and Falcon, below.
"Iron Man 3" might be a month away from hitting theaters, but a junior novelization of the story has already been released. Some stills from the new book have been posted online that reveal key plot points from the upcoming movie.
Obviously if you're looking to avoid spoilers you'd be advised to not click below the jump. But the images that @antovolk (via Comic Book Movie) posted do reveal an interesting direction that "Iron Man 3" is headed in. Check them out after the break.
Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.