Posts tagged superheroes

Why Ned Leeds from Spider-man: Homecoming Has Blessed Us

There is a lot to celebrate when it comes to the latest Spider-Man “reboot”—besides the movie actually being really, really, really amazing. The best Spider-Man movie yet in my humble opinion. I am totally biased though, Spider-Man is my favorite Marvel hero. Although, I admit, Spider-Man 2 with Tobey McGuire still holds a special place in my heart. Alfred Molina as Doc Ock. Can’t deny, fam.

Still, Spider-Man: Homecoming did an amazing job casting a diverse group of actors and since I am Filipino, I had to talk about the outstanding performance by Jacob Batalon as Need Leeds.

Seriously… Batalon is a gift.

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Fanart GLEE: Birds of Prey

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fanart by jusscope @ deviantart

I’ve always been a fan of “girl power” and what not. A group of badass women who form tight-knit groups to kick butt? Sign me up! Birds of Prey is DC’s more popular girl group, the more known characters are The Oracle (Barbara Gordon), the Black Canary and Huntress — do you guys remember the television show from 2002?! I hope during this age of comic books in the media, they bring it back…

Who is YOUR favorite Birds of Prey hero?

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Fanart GLEE: Marvel’s Hawkeye

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Fanart by AndyFairhurst @ deviantart

I hold a very special place in my heart for Hawkeye. I know everyone else loves them some of that Iron Man or Captain America or Thor, but to me, Hawkeye is my favorite Avenger from the movie. I also really enjoy the comic book series by writer Matt Fraction and artist, David Aja. Which means this edition of Fanart GLEE will also play homage to not only to Clint Barton but to the amazing and sassy Kate Bishop as well.

Actually, I’ll be totally honest — most of these are of Kate Bishop. She’s cool.

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Robot Chicken Meets DC Comics

What do Robot Chicken and DC Comics have in common?
An art show, a fan base, and doing some good.

With their powers combined, they have also hosted three (3!) spectacles over at iam8Bit gallery in Echo Park, California.

On March 28th, they hosted their one-night-only charity art show and to celebrate the April 6, 2014 premiere of their Robot Chicken Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise.

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