BIRDMAN - Official International Trailer

Michael Keaton is getting an Academy award in my lifetime!!

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albertaroca asked: how it feels like having a story (age of ultron) written by you brought to the big screen? do they consult you lot of stuff or something? :)

The titles are the same but the stories are very different. obviously my Ultron story had to do with the grand history of Ultron and the Marvel universe.  I don’t think it would be a surprise to find out that the story you’re going to see in the movies is about the cinematic birth of that character. just based on that you can see that they are going to be very different stories.

 it’s just one hell of a name… which I believe was tom brevoort’s idea. and I also believe it was a place holder name until we came up with a better one which we never did :-)

 but, as always, I consult on every Marvel movie as part of the creative committee.

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tyramir asked: Xavier did WHAT?! Bahahaha. Well played, sir. I cannot WAIT for the explanation, but seriously, never before have I seen a writer so willing to play suicidal chicken with his readership.

Every writer does that with every readership every issue. I just tend to do it with a little more flair :-)

But for the many many people asking me many many questions… the story is far from over so don’t flip out on my face about continuity miniature just yet

 and, I promise you, there’s nothing about X-Men continuity that you know that I and my editors do not.

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iragexcudder asked: Hey. I bought your book.

Page from AVENGERS #141 by George Perez and Vince Colletta.
This was George’s first Avengers art job.

Page from AVENGERS #141 by George Perez and Vince Colletta.

This was George’s first Avengers art job.

comicblah:

Two of the coolest dudes in NYC ;-)
I finally got to meet one of my heroes, brianmichaelbendis at a Q&A organized by midtowncomics.

comicblah:

Two of the coolest dudes in NYC ;-)

I finally got to meet one of my heroes, brianmichaelbendis at a Q&A organized by midtowncomics.

kristaferanka:

Neena Frost - in uniform
So.
Neena is the love-child of Emma Frost and Namor. After years of casual hook-ups, Neena was the result. Emma chose to raise Neena by herself, rather than relying on namor (cause lets be honest, namor isn’t exactly a positive parental figure), which is why Neena ended up taking Frost as her last name as opposed to McKenzie. Being an intelligent girl, Neena was able to recognize the “alpha dog”ness of her parents very early on and decided to steer away from that. Brought up with all the dignity, confidence,  and elegance of her parents, but with none of the ego. But she still maintains the classic “bitch face” her parents are famous for. She suffers no fools, but rarely ever steps up into the leader role, she is a perfect support unit to any team and will often just get the job done herself.
Her basic power set is Flight and Superstrength which he inherited from her father, but because she’s down to being only a quarter atlantean, she cannot breathe underwater. For extra durability, she can go into a diamond form, like her mother.
After graduating the Jean Grey School, she joined up with the now-reformed Older Cylcop’s team who work out of rebuilt Genosha. This team specializes as a mutant Swat unit within Genosha. The Team consists of Cyclops, Tempus, Armor, Elixier, Beast, X-23, Molly Hayes, and Neena. Being of the same power set, Neena, Molly, and Armor have formed a great bond.

kristaferanka:

Neena Frost - in uniform

So.

Neena is the love-child of Emma Frost and Namor. After years of casual hook-ups, Neena was the result. Emma chose to raise Neena by herself, rather than relying on namor (cause lets be honest, namor isn’t exactly a positive parental figure), which is why Neena ended up taking Frost as her last name as opposed to McKenzie. Being an intelligent girl, Neena was able to recognize the “alpha dog”ness of her parents very early on and decided to steer away from that. Brought up with all the dignity, confidence,  and elegance of her parents, but with none of the ego. But she still maintains the classic “bitch face” her parents are famous for. She suffers no fools, but rarely ever steps up into the leader role, she is a perfect support unit to any team and will often just get the job done herself.

Her basic power set is Flight and Superstrength which he inherited from her father, but because she’s down to being only a quarter atlantean, she cannot breathe underwater. For extra durability, she can go into a diamond form, like her mother.

After graduating the Jean Grey School, she joined up with the now-reformed Older Cylcop’s team who work out of rebuilt Genosha. This team specializes as a mutant Swat unit within Genosha. The Team consists of Cyclops, Tempus, Armor, Elixier, Beast, X-23, Molly Hayes, and Neena. Being of the same power set, Neena, Molly, and Armor have formed a great bond.

Malifiscent by Adam Hughes

Malifiscent by Adam Hughes

CBR TV @ SDCC: BENDIS TALKS BUSINESS, “POWERS” ON TV, X-MEN RUMORS & FAN REACTION

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Battle of the Planets pinup by Mike Allred

Battle of the Planets pinup by Mike Allred

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Incredible Hulk #466 & #467 by Peter David, Adam Kubert, & Mark Farmer.

Howard Chaykin in Black and White.

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Here’s a gallery of illustrations by Moebius from the Blueberry series 

The Beatles house ad (1979) by George Perez and Klaus Janson.

The Beatles house ad (1979) by George Perez and Klaus Janson.

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