The latest Magic: the Gathering expansion, Born of the Gods, will be released this weekend. When gods walk among mortals, it makes for some amazing art, which you can see in this Born of the Gods art gallery.
You've got to check out this incredibly cool concept art for the world of Dune created by artist Eduardo Peña. If the filmic reboot of this story ever goes back into production, these designs would be perfect for it!
Sometimes it seems like every movie is either a sequel or a reboot. They remade Robocop and Godzilla. They're releasing sequels to the reboots of Spider-Man and Planet of the Apes. But there are still tons of original films in the pipeline. Here are over 50 forthcoming movies that aren't sequels, remakes or prequels.
Last year, we posted the first in Nick Scurfield’s Star Wars-themed “Destiny” art series. The ongoing series depicts young versions of key characters from the Star Wars universe in acts that foreshadow their (say it with me) DESTINY! We now have 4 more fantastic pieces from the series, featuring “youngling” versions of Chewbacca, Han Solo, Anakin Skywalker, and Princess Leia.
This art series, with its very sentimental and cinematic feel, conjures up images of Steven Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun. If any of these characters have to be revisited in their youth on the big-screen (fingers crossed that they don’t), I wouldn’t mind someone like Spielberg directing the young actors. The same goes for J.J. Abrams, who did a wonderful job getting performances out of his young cast in Super 8.
To see more of Scurfield’s work, visit his site here. (Via: XombieDirge)
Christian Gossett's The Red Star remains one of the most unusual comics of the past decade or so -- an alternate history of the U.S.S.R. that mixes futuristic technology and sorcery. This sprawling saga was going to be a movie directed by Josh Trank -- but now sources tell io9 it's in development for television instead.
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