The making of the original Star Trek television series, has been well documented at this point. But a new book examines some of the rarest artifacts from the cast and crew and their time making the series, through behind-the-scenes photos, letters to fans and producers alike, and much more—and we’ve got a wonderful…
If you like Easter eggs, posters, and genre movies, today is your lucky day.
Whether they realize it or not, anyone who has been on social media over the past few years knows the work of Truck Torrance, aka 100% Soft. He makes the emojis that often auto-populate for Star Wars, Marvel, the X-Men, and so many others. And, this weekend, he’s bringing his instantly recognizable and wholly pleasing…
DuckTales. Darkwing Duck. Rescue Rangers. Gargoyles. TaleSpin. These are just some of the shows that so many of us watched growing up. And now, those shows and more are coming together for one massive art show.
Pop culture is filled with iconic characters, but how many can you identify just from their eyes? It’s a question posted by painter Jason Edmiston in his latest gallery exhibit, Eyes Without a Face 2.
It’s pretty rare when the film leading all nominees at the Academy Awards is a genre movie, but that happened this year. Guillermo del Toro’s beautiful movie, The Shape of Water, got 13 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, and it’s cause for celebration.
The Avengers, the Mad Max movies, Rick and Morty, The Legend of Zelda, Daft Punk, David Bowie, Star Trek, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more. Artists Matt and Miles Ritchie both love that shit. However, the father and son each bring a very different perspective to their favorite pop culture and those divergent…
The big day is here! The Last Jedi has been unleashed upon us, along with tons of new books looking at the creation of the movie. This includes Phil Szostak’s The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, a collection of never-before-seen concept art, and io9 has an exclusive look inside.
A new Star Wars movie will do a lot of things: Make money, spark debate, and inspire plenty of creativity, to name just a few. That last one will be on full display in Washington, DC starting next week for a show called “Holiday Starkillers Strike Back.”
Here’s something that’ll make you feel old if you grew up reading comics. Todd McFarlane’s Spawn (and the rest of Image Comics, to be fair) is 25 years old this year. And to celebrate, 25 artists have created 25 unique pieces of art based on the demonic character.
Although the movie faltered elsewhere, the future designs of this year’s Ghost in the Shell movie were definitely one of its greatest draws, building on a legacy that’s seen Motoko Kusanagi’s adventures expand from the page to animation. A new book takes a look at the artwork behind two decades of Ghost in the Shell,…
Over nearly two and a half decades, Magic: The Gathering’s card sets have taken us to strange worlds, whether its ones filled with scifi marvels or gothic horror. Its brand new expansion, Ixalan, is no different, but its new world is a little bit zanier than most—mainly because it features a heady combination of…
It feels like we’ve spent the past few months looking at the same footage from the very first trailer for The Gifted, recut and regurgitated repeatedly since May. But now we finally have a fresh look at the series in the form of a newly released gallery of pictures from episode two, “rX.”
I mean, if everyone from DC Comics to Archie can start having cool biker gang versions of their female characters running around, Star Wars probably could too—or at least, swap biker gangs.
Rick and Morty is one of the smartest shows on TV—and crafting the adventures of the dysfunctional duo can be a challenging and arduous process (part of which is why season three took so long to premiere). An extensive new art book documents just what goes into creating the show, and we’ve got a look inside.
Everything we’ve heard about the new It movie suggests it’s terrifying and, thankfully, we’ll all know for certain when it opens next week. To celebrate that exciting occasion, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles has put up a unique It gallery show with some really messed up takes on the film.
The galaxy far, far away is jam-packed with trivia and information to make the most diehard of Star Wars fans salivate. Ever wondered who’s rescued who (and how many times) across the Star Wars saga? Or how many lightsaber colors have been shown across the movies and TV shows? This new infographic book is just for you.
Two artists have teamed up for a 52-piece art show that gives each letter of the alphabet a pop culture twist. Figuring out what’s depicted in each piece is only half the fun.
Monsters and robots are staples of fantasy and science fiction art. Whether they’re alone, together, or facing off with each other, giant organic creatures and mechanical mastery are both things that can spark anyone’s imagination.
Thanks to the movies, Natasha Romanoff’s exploits as the Black Widow are known by Marvel fans the world over—but her history, from Russian spy to American defector, to one of Earth’s mightiest heroes, stretches back over half a century of comics. Now a new book wants to chart Nat’s monumental rise as one of Marvel’s…