Berk Senturk's Like a Sir
series features superheroes and villains done as classically styled oil paintings. [more inside]
is the new movie Spiderman, meaning despite internet campaigns
and some lukewarm support
from Stan Lee we'll never see this: Donald Glover as Spider-Man
. Meanwhile the much delayed (and somewhat insane sounding) Spider-Man musical still stumbles on
, for many of us, has been a tried and true character which many of us have grown up with. For my fellow comic geeks, I'm sure many of you will agree at having enjoyed the stories for many years. However, the recent "The Other"
storyline has harped on a series of evolutions(literally, not figuratively) that our webslinger has undergone of late. Of which an upcoming costume change
is the least.
is a movie of questionable legality released in India in the mid eighties. Perhaps it should have had a wider release since it has a great deal of humorous appeal for Western audiences. Check out this review
from Stomp Tokyo. I'm looking forward to a crossover when Indian Superman meets Indian Spider-Man
. via Sepia Mutiny
Spiderman as a villian!
Just to keep the trend for the day going.. (Via I-mockery by way of Fark)
BBC presents: The Science of Superheroes!
Ever wonder how Spider-Man climbs on walls
? How do lie detectors such as Wonder Woman's lasso
work? What was gravity like on planet Krypton
? The BBC takes a scientific look at our favorite superheroes to teach the physics behind the fantasy.
More from the Textual Analysis Department
: Spiderman as class warrior. "This battle of good vs. evil features the alter egos of an orphan raised by financially-strapped working class relatives versus an egotistical corporate executive."
The Spiderman Teaser Trailer
has just been released, and does it look cool! Too bad that we have to wait until May '02 to see it.